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DevNexus 2015 speakers

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Andrew Trice

Technical Evangelist for Adobe Systems, Software architect, lead, speaker, and author w/ a decade implementing experiences for the web+mobile bio from Twitter

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Baruch Sadogursky

JFrog Developer Advocate

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Brian Rinaldi

Focused on web, mobile dev & tech. Work @ Progress. Co-edit Mobile Web Weekly http://mobilewebweekly.co/. Co-author Working w/ Static Sites http://oreil.ly/2pAAhQ1 bio from Twitter

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Burr Sutter

Open Source Software Developer at JBoss, formerly Atlanta Java Users Group President, currently DevNexus chairman. bio from Twitter

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Chris Haddad

Chief Architect at Karux LLC

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Chris Haddad

A Cloudy PaaS and SaaS architect since the turn of the century

A Cloudy PaaS and SaaS architect since the turn of the century. Chris is an Apache Stratos and Cloud architecture afficionado who has worked with clients to deploy innovative ecosystem PaaS environments.

Chris has led many successful startup software teams who operated as the solution provider of choice. He has advised Fortune 500 / Global 2000 organizations on software strategies, roadmaps, and best practices. Chris is an accomplished author and speaker, whose goal is to make you and your team successful. Chris has written for TechWell.com, OpenSource.com, InfoQ, and GigaOm, and spoken at Gartner Catalyst, SOA Symposium, CloudExpo, GigaOm Structure, and WSO2Con conferences (among others).

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Chris Richardson

Founder of Eventuate, Inc a microservices application platform, Founder of the original Cloud Foundry PaaS, Author of POJOs in Action.

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Christian Posta

Principal Middleware Specialist/Architect at Red Hat, open-source enthusiast, committer on Apache ActiveMQ and Apache Camel, Family, India Pale Ale bio from Twitter

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Christoph Engelbert

Technical Evangelist at Hazelcast, Inc.

Christoph Engelbert is a passionated Java developer with a deep commitment for Open Source software. He is mostly interested in Performance Optimizations and understanding the internals of the JVM and the Garbage Collector. He loves to bring software to it’s limits by looking into profilers and finding problems inside of the codebase.

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Dan Allen

Software Developer, Community Catalyst & Open Source Advocate

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Daniel Somerfield

Fascinated by application security obsessed with food and wine. Lead Developing Consultant @ ThoughtWorks SF bio from Twitter

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David Nolen

musician, NYTimes, Lisp, JavaScript, Kitchen Table Coders bio from Twitter

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Dr. Doris Chen

Developer Evangelist at Microsoft, over 15 years of experience in web technologies. Speaks at JavaOne and conference world wide. Received her Ph.D. from UCLA. bio from Twitter

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Elaine Law
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Eric Carlisle

Independent UI & UX Consultant, Strategist | Speaker & Presenter | Markup Sculptor | CSS Artist | Process & Workflow Streamliner | Creative Innovator

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Erika Burrows

PMP, PMI-ACP, SPC - App Dev Manager for Palmetto GBA. UX guru. Writer. Essentially a kinda goofy yet sophisticated gal in touch with her inner geek.

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Gary Russell

Principal Engineer; Spring Integration/AMQP Lead, Pivotal Software Inc.

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Glenn Renfro
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Greg Turnquist

Test-bitten script junky at Pivotal and member of the Spring team. http://spring.io/team/gturnquist

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Jack Singleton

Silly adults. Twitter is for toddlers. bio from Twitter

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Jason Porter

Lover of all things JBoss, software junkie, problem solver, father of four. Red Hat employee. Also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

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Jason Weathersby
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Jeff Prestes

CTO at Novatrix

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Jenny Tong

I help people cause trouble with code.

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Jim Weaver

Java developer, author and speaker

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Jonathan LeBlanc

Emmy award winner, O'Reilly author, open source contributor, and Director of Developer Advocacy at Box

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Joshua Backfield

Software developer; theoretical computer scientist. bio from Twitter

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Justin Woo

Developer Evangelist @ PayPal/Braintree

Justin Woo is a Developer Evangelist at PayPal and has been programming ever since he got his first IBM XT running DOS. He loves writing mobile applications (especially hybrid-HTML5 applications) and wishes everything could be done in LISP. In his spare time he enjoys tinkering around with cool hardware. He’s built a game for Autistic Children, a Robot that can be controlled remotely and even a Kinect game involving tapeworms. He graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Computer Engineering and was previously a Program Manager at Microsoft. He lives with his wife and two wonderful dogs - one of which refuses to admit that he is blind and the other that likes to pretend she’s a rabbit. In his spare time he loves playing squash and board games (his favorite being Settlers of Catan). He also grew up in Singapore and so please don’t mind his Singlish.

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Kate Catlin

@detroitlabs Android Junior Developer. @SMBAssemble Founder. General small business lover. bio from Twitter

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Ken Kousen

Software trainer and developer, NFJS speaker, and author of Making Java Groovy