Work in Scala, develop @Precog, race triathlons, hike and trail run, read novels
Co-Author of RabbitMQ in Action. Creator of the RabbitMQ Simulator. Cloud Foundry Developer Advocate. All opinions are my own. Made in Uruguay
Co-founder of Geoloqi (now Esri Portland). Re-compiling.
Python and Django developer (specialising in ORM and schema migrations framework), pilot, and archer. Senior Software Engineer on Eventbrite's Architect team.
Work: @Twitter; Interests: Clouds | MQTT | IoT | Open Source | Community | LEGO; Formerly: Pivotal, VMware, IBM
Andy Piper is widely known as a Social Bridgebuilder and speaker, and recently became a Developer Advocate at Twitter. He previously spent two years as Developer Advocate for Cloud Foundry, the Open Source Platform-as-a-Service, at Pivotal, and is recognised as a leading commentator on Cloud and PaaS. His passions span a wide variety of areas: cloud, devops, mobile devices, the Internet of Things, Arduino and similar technologies, social computing, and photography. He is project lead and developer on the Eclipse Paho lightweight messaging project. He holds a Master of Arts (Oxf) in Modern History from Brasenose College, Oxford University.
CSM, CSPO, Program Manager, Agile Consultant/Coach at Luxoft
Developer. Ruby. Drupal. Conf organizer. Cyclist. Veg*n. Feminist. Queer/Poly. Catmom. Mermaid. ♥s social justice, scifi, board games, burritos, sarcasm.
Software psychologist. Cheerful bicycle commuter. VP of Engineering at NewRelic.
PLT. Church of Emacs. Developer @FutureAdLabs. @web_rebels organiser. Pirate Partyist.
Author of Thinking in Java & Thinking in C++; a number of other books. Consultant, speaker, organizer of new-style events. Skier, mountain biker, actor, painter
Internationally known software developer, trainer, learner, manager, speaker, and musician.
Freelance UX architect/cognitive scientist, fascinated by human attention. Occasional victim of style over substance; must try harder.
Optimizer of organizations, teams and software, programmer, Agile coach, technologist, troublemaker. Christian, husband, occasional blogger.
Engineer at Addepar, and started Scramble.io, an open-source project to make encrypted email easy for everyone.
Stanford CS PhD student (Raft consensus algorithm, LogCabin coordination service, RAMCloud 5us RTT key-value store)
Software Engineer @ Typesafe. Working on Akka and stuff. God made natural numbers; all else is the work of man.
A thought leader in software design and domain modeling. The founder of Domain Language and author of Domain-Driven Design.
Designer of Elm, SF resident, academic at heart.
A programmer, designer, teacher, and mad scientist, currently building WebTorrent, before that he built PeerCDN.
Developer, occasional sysadmin, general web, programming and technology geek and curator of Devops Weekly. Currently Technical Architect working at @gdsteam
Agile Software Development Guru & CSP; Author of "xUnit Test Patterns - Refactoring Test Code"
A strategic software delivery consultant who works with ambitious teams to improve the quality of their software products and processes.
Independent consultant and entrepreneur, involved with many concurrent projects, like distributed event store and mighty moose (a continuous test runner).
Director of Customer Success at Neo Technology, co-author of the book "REST in Practice"
Founder & CEO of ZeroTurnaround, Doctor of Computer Science, philosopher, poet, adventurer, lier.
Professor at Chalmers, long-time functional programmer, founder of Quviq AB.