Codemotion Milan 2014 - Conference speakers

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Alain Regnier

10 ans dans la Silicon Valley, Entrepreneur, Architecte Technique, innovation, startup, high tech, mobile, virtualisation, cloud, android, java, python bio from Twitter

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Alberto López

Developer Evangelist

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Alessandro Franceschi

More Op than Dev

Puppet Architect. DevOps Evangelist. Seasoned Linux System Administrator. Rusted Network Administrator, Web Developer and Security Expert. OpenSource Trainer and Technical Writer. Surviving IT battlegrounds since 1995.

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Andrey Adamovich

Developer with DevOps attitude

Andrey Adamovich is a software craftsman with many years of experience in different lifecycle phases of software creation. Andrey's love is JVM ecosystem. In recent years, he tries to apply JVM goodness to DevOps initiatives his company is implementing for several clients. He is one of the authors of Groovy 2 Cookbook as well as frequent speaker at local communities and conferences.

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Carlo Bonamico

Solution Architect and Trainer @ NIS s.r.l.

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Chrissy Welsh

Creative Lead & Director for Philips. I can also be found placing pixels, playing guitar, & other creative misadventures.

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David Pilato

developer | evangelist @ elastic Enjoying NoSQL world, DeeJay 4 times a year, just for fun ! http://bit.ly/IixwIh bio from Twitter

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Filippo Liverani

Agile development and operations

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Francesco Fullone

a geek, a nerd, an otaku, a CEO. Conference organizer and traveler.

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Gabriele Lana

Software Craftsman bio from Twitter

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Ian Robinson

Another Ian Robinson bio from Twitter

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Jacopo Romei

Agile coach at @ideato. Lean processes lover. I like singing a cappella, photo, sailing, downhill mountain biking, travelling far & reading books. bio from Twitter

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Jan Krutisch

maker. breaker. crush groover. body mover.

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Juliette Reinders Folmer

All round consultant and web-developer who tries not be a geek. Juliette is a long-standing member of PHPWomen which helped her immensely to find her feet in the PHP world. She is ZCE, actively contributes to a number of open source projects, has published several articles and speaks at conferences when given the chance. She loves it when you give her a chance to refactor spaghetti-code to something elegant and maintainable.

Juliette is self-employed and based in the Netherlands. She is also the project manager of the worldwide 'Remember me when I'm gone' non-profit project.

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Kathryn Rotondo

Interactivist

I make iOS apps for special needs kids, host @motherboardcast, and move allies toward action: tinyletter.com/krotondo

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Luca Mascaro

Experience designer durante il lavoro. Appassionato di cultura Giapponese nel tempo libero. Studio progetto e vivo esperienze digitali in @sketchin. bio from Twitter

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Mario Fusco

Creator of lambdaj & hammurabi, leader of Milano Jug, Drools core developer & frequent speaker. Passionate Java & Scala programmer, mussels eater & beer drinker bio from Twitter

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Mario Klingemann

Code Artist, Freelancer, Speaker, Tinkerer, Mad Scientist, Radical Atheist, Skeptic, Pirate, Maths Groupie, Apprentice Art Collector

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Mathilde Lemee

Consultante freelance, développeur passionné, agiliste convaincue et sensibilisatrice aux notions de qualité de code. bio from Twitter

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Maurizio Mangione

Rock climber, Software engineer, @Milano_JS founder.

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Michael Widenius

Creator of MySQL, Open Source advocate, Investor bio from Twitter

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Rafał Legiędź

Software developer, passionate about pragmatic approach to life and software development. DevDay organizer (http://devday.pl)

Rafał works as a software developer for ABB Poland. Being in the industry since 2007 he develops his passion to software during every possible moment. He believes that being pragmatic in our field is very helpful and proves that by switching technologies he uses whenever there is a need or an opportunity to learn new concepts. Started with .NET back-end solutions, he quickly became a web guy using technologies of few sorts and now he develops enterprise javascript and iOS apps.

As his passion evolved, he got obsessed with knowledge sharing and community activities. That gave a birth to a conference he co-organizes (devday.pl) and a series of other actions like giving talks or conducting workshops.

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Raoul-Gabriel Urma

PhD at University of Cambridge. Writing a book about Java 8: http://www.manning.com/urma

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Stefan Tilkov

CEO/Principal Consultant at innoQ, software architect, RESTafarian, conference tourist bio from Twitter

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Tiffany Conroy

Interaction designer. Frontend developer. Cutter of bullshit. Created @weareallawesome. @jsconfeu co-curator. ALL CAPS FOR EMPHASIS.

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Tim Messerschmidt

Regional Lead, Developer Relations at Google