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Steve Kinney

Front-End Architect at Twilio
Denver, Colorado, United States
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Steve Kinney

Front-End Architect at Twilio
Denver, Colorado, United States
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Steve Kinney is a highly experienced front-end architect, teacher, author, and conference organizer with an impressive track record in software engineering and education. He has worked for several recognized organizations, including Twilio Inc. and SendGrid, where he built sophisticated user interfaces for their web-based, drag-and-drop editor, and interactive code editor. Steve was also a founding member of the Turing School of Software and Design, where he was the director of the front-end engineering program and taught web foundations, modern client-side technologies, and other programming languages to hundreds of software engineers from around the world.

Steve is a talented teacher with Frontend Masters, where he shares his vast knowledge by teaching courses on state management with React and Redux, JavaScript Performance, building one's programming language, AWS for front-end engineers, hardware hacking with JavaScript, and rapid prototyping and development with Firebase. He is also the author of Electron in Action, a highly acclaimed book that is currently in production with Manning Publications.

As an organizer of DinosaurJS, an open web conference in Denver part of the JSConf Family of Conferences, Steve has traveled worldwide speaking at various conferences like JSConf US, JSConf EU, RailsConf, EmberConf, and more.

Steve Kinney's impressive education background includes a Bachelors degree in Sociology from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick, an Advanced Certificate in Educational Leadership and Technology from the New York Institute of Technology-Old Westbury, and a Masters degree in Special Education from City University of New York-Hunter College.

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