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Our outstanding speakers are pre-eminent in the Sass and design communities.
CampSass is a single day conference, so won't take a huge chunk of your time.
is a one day conference for front end developers, CSS ninjas, UX mavens, and Sasstronauts where you come to learn the latest Sass news, meet other Sasstronauts, and find out about how to make your teams more effective.
Plus, it's a chance to get drunk with Hampton at the afterparty! A must-do if you love Sass.
Check out our promo video, too.
Hampton is the creator of Sass and is super-excited to host Camp Sass. He thinks he's pretty funny and will regale all atendees with his jokes. He wrote this in the third person, which is kinda weird. He's also the creator of Haml
, Tritium, and Wikipedia Mobile. He's the co-founder of Rarebit, who are currently working on making an awesome dictionary app that he'd love to talk to you about.
Jina enjoys creating beautiful user experiences. She is a Senior Product Designer with Salesforce UX. Previously, Jina has worked with rad companies including Apple, Engine Yard, and Crush + Lovely. She also coauthored 2 books, Fancy Form Design and The Art & Science of CSS. Jina organizes the San Francisco Sass meet up, The Mixin, and she leads Team Sass Design, an open source task force that redesigned the Sass brand and website. She has a side project, Art in My Coffee, a curated gallery of coffee art.
Bermon is the organizer of various community groups for user experience designers and front-end developers, and the organizer of Blend Conference, a 3-day multi-track event for user experience strategists, designers and developers. He also leads the user experience team for Cardinal Solutions' Charlotte office where he consults with large enterprise clients on interesting problems across user experience, design and front-end development.
Una (pronounced you-na, like unicorn, or Unicron for you Transformers fans) is a front end developer with a design degree, though she spent most of her weekends in college at hackathons. Currently, she's working on the Watson team at the IBM Design studio in Austin, Texas. She co-founded both the DC Sass Meetup (SassyDC
) and ATXSass
Meetup. As a member of the DesignOpen team, she has also been working to foster designer participation in the open source community. She's a performance nerd, audiobook junkie, and an all-around crafty lady.
Mina is a Sass-lovin' front-end architect in Austin, Texas. She's actively involved in the tech community, founding the Dallas chapter Girl Develop It
, teaching for Black Girls Code
and organizing Front Porch
. As a developer at IBM Design
, she specializes in building responsive applications and modular CSS architecture. Mina has presented at various conferences and events, including Front-End Design Conference, Midwest.io, Distill and Sass Summit. When she's not crafting sites or teaching others, Mina is probably in her kitchen baking something chocolatey.
Front-end Architect and speaker at worldwide open source events, Micah is highly involved in teaching and training new developers, and pushing the limits of his own craft. He founded and leads the PDX Sass
meet-up group and publishes a weekly video blog series called Sass Bites
Ian is a developer from Austin, TX who specializes in the backend of frontend development. He co-founded the ATXSass
meetup, and spends much of his time working on a variety of open-source projects. In his spare time he can be found reading, doing aerial acrobatics, or working out the perfect proportions for a scotch, neat.
Atlanta — The epicenter of tech and design in the South. Camp Sass will be at Polygon in Atlantic Station. Centrally located with tons of amenities just a few steps away. If you're looking for a nearby hotel, check out the Twelve Atlantic Station, just around the corner. For a discounted rate, go to reservations and enter Corporate/ Promotional Code: PYGC.
Code of Conduct
Camp Sass adheres to the the Sass Community Guidelines. We take them very seriously and they will be enforced at the event.
If you feel like the Sass Community Guidelines have been breached, please find an organizer or contact Michael via twitter.