Berlin Erlang Factory Lite, 4 December 2014

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4 December 2014

Join us for a full day of talks on 4 Dec and three days of training courses on Erlang and OTP on 1-3 Dec. We will rock at least as hard as we did last year, with great speakers like Erlang co-inventor Robert Virding, Elixir creator José Valim and more. Come find out why cool kids

The EARLY BIRD ends on 2 November, so hurry up!

14 speakers

  • Anton Prokofiev Senior Short Term Energy Manager at Statkraft Trading
  • Mariano Guerra Creator of efene, Co Founder of Event Fabric
  • Gustav Simonsson Founder @ ai effect UG
  • Henning Diedrich @hdiedrich Founder @ ai effect UG
  • Sonny Scroggin @scrogson
  • Robby Raschke @rtraschke
  • Ken Wilson Systems Architect with ADTECH, a division of the AOL Advertising group
  • Bruce Yinhe Erlang Community Manager
  • Sonny Scroggin @scrogson

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NH Berlin Mitte

Germany Germany / Berlin

Leipziger Straße 106-111, 10117 Berlin, Germany, 10117

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15 known attendees

  • Mathias Verraes
  • Aleksei Magusev
  • Robert Kowalski
  • Alexander Færøy
  • Michal Slaski
  • Imperative Bypass
  • Robert Virding
  • Erlang Factory
  • José Valim
  • Martin Rehfeld
  • Brian L. Troutwine
  • Henning Diedrich
  • Sonny Scroggin
  • Robby Raschke
  • Sonny Scroggin

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  • Johann Hofmann
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