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Kim Maida

📇 I am:

💼 I Do:

🏗 I Build:

  • Full-stack JavaScript / TypeScript experiences
  • Operations / automation workflows and tooling / Slack app engineering
  • Developer Marketing and Developer Relations teams
  • Developer community programs and initiatives

📨 Contact

If you'd like me to keynote, join a panel, or run a workshop at an event you organize, please contact me on Twitter or LinkedIn.

🗓 Events

Here are my upcoming and past speaking events:






  • Adventures in Angular (Podcast - January): podcast guest
  • NgAtlanta 2018 (Atlanta, GA - January): multiple workshops, speaker
  • My Angular Story (Podcast - April): podcast guest
  • ng-conf 2018 (Salt Lake City, UT - April): ng-girls workshop mentor + speaker
  • AngularUP 2018 (Tel Aviv, Israel - June): speaker
  • AngularMix 2018 (Orlando, FL - October): speaker
  • Angular Ann Arbor Meetup S01E01 (Ann Arbor, MI - November): host, speaker
  • Angular Seattle Meetup (Seattle, WA - November): speaker


  • AngularConnect 2017 (London, UK - November): ng-girls workshop mentor + speaker


  1. speakerbot Public

    Slack App to manage and track internal speaking engagements for Developer Relations storing data in Airtable and MongoDB.

    JavaScript 3

  2. template-slackbot Public template

    A template for building Slackbots with TypeScript and Bolt JS

    TypeScript 9 1

  3. Slackbot that helps manage rotations.

    JavaScript 54 14

  4. space-state Public

    Demo app for Subjecting State to Good Behavior

    TypeScript 46 26

97 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 2 commits in 1 repository

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