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Revealing our speakers (4/4)

Finally, the last two speakers of our eight can be found below.

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Photo of Ire Aderinokun and Jonathan Fielding

Salma Alam-Naylor: Entertainment as Code

Salma's origin story: This is what happens when you combine a high school music teacher, a comedian, a front end developer, and the strange novelty of live streaming on the internet.

With a repeating the mantra of "I write code for your entertainment" (where I imagine visitors demand to be entertained!) you can find Salma over on Twitch live coding and on her blog.

Ana Rodrigues: Exploring the Potential of the Web Speech API in Karaoke

Ana's origin story: In the early 2000s, I needed more than my favourite band's official website. So I learned how to code in order to build a proper fan site.

Ana also has an excellent blog - which smacks a lot of indie web - (a good thing), she uses web mentions, her blog is part of a web ring (proper old school) and even has a guestbook that you can sign using webmentions.

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So that's all of them. Did you guess any of our speakers from their obfuscated pictures? Let us know via our socials (Mastodon or Twitter) or join us on Discord.

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