Speakers

No unicorns, no caticorns, just software development

Aarushi Kansal

@aarushikansal

Software developer at Tier

Building Machine Learning Pipelines for Computer Vision

Adam Paszke

@apaszke

Main author of PyTorch

Adam is an author of PyTorch. He has recently graduated from a Master’s program in Computer Science at the University of Warsaw, but he has already worked with multiple organizations such as Facebook AI Research, Google and NVIDIA. He is currently finishing his second major in Mathematics. His general interests include programming languages, graph theory, numerical computing and machine learning.

Alex Soto

@alexsotob

Software Engineer at Red Hat

Kubernetes-Native Java with Quarkus

Ana Lebrón Moreno

Site Reliability Engineer at Enova International

SRE Role in a mature DevOps organization

Andreas Grimm

@_andreasgrimm

Software Engineer at Akelius GmbH

Andreas is an expert in Identity & Access Management and a proponent of the serverless methodology. Because getting to a shared understanding with the business is more important than technical solutions, he’s into approaches like Domain-Driven Design and Collaborative Modeling. He’s from the community for the community and organizes several meetup groups in Berlin like @DDDBER, @fullstack_JS and @ServerlessBER.

Anh Cao

Principal Software Engineering Manager at Microsoft

Challenges of Protecting Datacenters Applications from DDoS Attacks

Antonio Fernández Anta

@afdezanta

Research Professor at IMDEA Networks

Blockchains, Micro-ledgers and Other Creatures

Antón Rodríguez

@antonmry

Data Engineer at Inditex Group

Anton is a Software Engineer focused on Data Pipelines (Spark) and Event Streaming (Kafka Streams, Flink). Nowadays he works for Inditex Group (Zara, Massimo Dutti, etc.) as Data Engineer. In the past, he worked as a specialist in Deployment Pipelines, API Management and Advanced Orchestration in distributed systems. He enjoys building Data Pipelines with Java/Scala and deploying them to the Cloud or Kubernetes.   He co-organizes the Vigo and Coruña Java User Groups (VigoJUG & CoruñaJUG). He also likes to speak at technical conferences and contribute to open source projects.

Antonio Vilches

@avilches

Principal Software Engineer at Shapelets

Antonio is one of the core software engineers at Shapelets, holding BSc and MSc in Computer Sciences from the University of Malaga. He is a software performance gangster. Thus, he went further and pursued a Ph.D. in Parallel Computing, where he developed parallel patterns for CPU-GPU systems. Antonio is the lead team developer of the company, always keen to share his knowledge and help others with their stuff.

Ara Pulido

@arapulido

Developer Relations at Datadog

Navigating the Sea of Kubernetes Development Tooling

David G. Simmons

@davidgsIoT

Senior IoT Developer Evangelist at InfluxData

Using Cross-measurement Math to Synthesize Sensor Data for Digital Twins

David Rey

Chief Data Officer at Idealista

Data, is it oil or soil?

Félix López

@flopezluis

Engineer Manager at Google

Félix López is engineering manager at Google with more than 18 years of experience. During his career, he has worked on web development, video games, distributed systems and fin-tech companies. He holds a Research Master in Intelligent Systems (including neural networks, speech processing, data mining, etc.). He is interested in Distributed Systems, Machine Learning and psychology.

Gloria Mainar Ruiz

Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft

Challenges of Protecting Datacenters Applications from DDoS Attacks

Jaroslaw Rzepecki

@JarekRzepecki

Senior Research Engineer at Microsoft

Towards more Human-like Video Game Agents

Joerg Gablonsky

Technical Fellow at Boeing Research and Technology

Joerg is the Chair of the Boeing Enterprise High-Performance Computing Council, and the technical lead for numerical optimization inside Boeing’s Research and Technology Group. He spent part of his career in Boeing’s IT organization, helping to establish a centralized High-Performance Computing Service as well as the Digital Transformation Environment, transforming how Boeing develops software. Now back in Boeing Research and Technology where he started his career, he is developing mathematical optimization methods and exposing those methods via modern software technologies.

Jörg Schad

@joerg_schad

Head of Engineering & Machine Learning at ArangoDB

The case for a common Graph-Based Metadata Layer for Machine Learning Platforms

Lucas Bernardi

Principal Data Scientist at Booking.com

The 7 Powers of Machine Learning

Luis Vaquero

Global Head of Data Science at Dyson

Trees in your Contact Centre: Streamlining Text Analytics to Delight our Customers

Łukasz Gebel

@rauluka7

Software Engineer at TomTom

Do Developers Dream of Stateless Apps?

Max Neunhoffer

@neunhoef

Senior Developer & Architect at ArangoDB

The case for a common Graph-Based Metadata Layer for Machine Learning Platforms

Miro Cupak

@mirocupak

Co-founder and VP Engineering at DNAstack

What's new in concurrency: threads and fibers for everyday Java developer

Nadieh Bremer

@NadiehBremer

Freelance Data Visualization Designer

Visualizing Connections

Nuno Preguiça

@nunopreguica

Associate Professor at DI FCT NOVA

Reconciling availability and safety in distributed databases

Patrick Debois

@patrickdebois

Director of Dev❤️Ops Relations at Snyk.io

How secure is your build/server?

Peter Van Hardenberg

@pvh

Computer Science Researcher at Ink & Switch

Peter van Hardenberg is a computer science researcher working at the Ink & Switch industrial research lab exploring local-first software. Born in Canada and based in San Francisco, in past lives he's been a cloud infrastructure developer (at Heroku), written video games (for Nintendo DS), and studied climate change (as an arctic oceanographer.) 

Philip Brisk

Researcher Professor at University of California, Riverside

Philip Brisk received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. Degrees, all in Computer Science, from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2002, 2003, and 2006 respectively. From 2006-2009 he was a postdoctoral researcher at EPFL in Switzerland. Since 2009, he has been with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, Riverside. His research interests include the application of computer engineering principles to biological instrumentation, FPGAs and reconfigurable computing, and efficient implementation of computer systems. He is a Senior Member of the ACM and the IEEE.

Reuben Bond

@reubenbond

Dev at Microsoft - Orleans Team

Writing High-performance Managed Code

Robert Virding

@rvirding

Principal Language Expert at Erlang Solutions

The Erlang Ecosystem

Roland Kuhn

@rolandkuhn

CTO at Actyx

Dr. Roland Kuhn is CTO and co-founder of Actyx, a Munich-based company that makes state of the art software technology accessible to small and midsize factories. He also is the main author of Reactive Design Patterns and previously led the Akka team at Lightbend.

Roman Pickl

@rompic

Technical Project Manager at Elektrobit

Are we really moving faster? How visualizing flow changed the way we work

Sergey Bykov

@sergeybykov

Principal Software Development Lead at Microsoft

Joined Microsoft in 2001 and worked in several product groups, such as e-Business Servers, Embedded Devices, and Online Services, before moving to Research in 2008 to incubate Orleans. Sergey continues leading the Orleans team after open-sourcing the project, now within Microsoft Studios.

Tudor Gîrba

@girba

Co-Founder at Feenk.com

Moldable development

Viktor Klang

@viktorklang

Deputy CTO at Lightbend

CloudState: Serverless beyond Stateless

Vinicius Senger

@vsenger

Senior Technical Evangelist at AWS

  Vinicius Senger is a Senior Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Services for Latin America and has worked with software development for the past 20+ years. Founder of Globalcode and The Developers Conference, Vinicius is considered a top 20 influencer in IoT development, having developed automation and robotics projects for cars, boats, houses, helmets and many other things. Since 2017 at AWS, he has been working with IoT, Serverless, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Alexa skills and traveled around the world talking about innovation with AWS technologies.

Vlad Mihalcea

@vlad_mihalcea

CEO at Hypersistence

Vlad Mihalcea is the CEO of Hypersistence, and he also works as a Developer Advocate for the Hibernate project. He is passionate about enterprise systems, data access frameworks, and distributed systems. He wrote hundreds of articles about Hibernate on vladmihalcea.com, and he has a gold badge for the Hibernate, Java, and JPA tags on StackOverflow. He’s also the author of High-Performance Java Persistence.

Without Boats

@withoutboats

Researcher on the Rust project

Asynchronous Programming in Rust

Yara Senger

@yarasenger

CEO at The Developer's Conference

What should developers learn about the Platform Revolution and Open Innovation?

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Venue


13th May
Polo de Contenidos Digitales Málaga
Av de Sor Teresa Prat, 15, 29003 Málaga
14th-15th May
FYCMA - Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga
Av. de José Ortega y Gasset, 201, 29006 Málaga
13TH - 15TH MAY 2020

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