We are proud to say that the sessions at EclipseCon are chosen by an independent program committee made up of volunteers from the Eclipse community.
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Cédric Brun (committee chair) is CEO at Obeo and strives to build great products in Eclipse and on Eclipse, mostly focused on pragmatic modeling technologies to build high value tools for industry, aerospace, and automotive, plus commercializing off-the-shelve products for system engineering and enterprise architecture. He is a member of the Modeling PMC, project lead of Amalgam, and a committer on the Acceleo and Sirius projects.
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Dmitry Aleksandrov is a software developer at Oracle, Java Champion, and Oracle Groundbreaker. He is currently working on Project Helidon. He has more than a decade of experience mainly in Java Enterprise in banking/telecom, but is interested in dynamic languages on JVM and features like massive computations on GPUs. A true believer in open source and community driven initiatives, Dmitry is a co-lead of the Bulgarian Java User Group and co-organizer of jPrime Conf. He is a blogger and also a frequent speaker at local events as well as conferences like JavaOne/CodeOne, Devoxx/Voxxed and Joker/JPoint.
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Lars Geyer-Blaumeiser is an evangelist for strategic Open Source topics within the Bosch group. In the past he has shaped strategic Open Source activities, like the OpenADx working group, or the Reference Compliance Tooling Working Group of the Open Chain project. Currently he is working on the Industrial Grade Linux initiative, part of a new corporate program for the facilitation of AIoT software development and smart product creation for a broad range of IoT use cases.
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Noopur Gupta is an Eclipse enthusiast working as an advisory software engineer at IBM India Software Labs. She co-leads the Eclipse Java Development Tools project and has been a committer on the project for more than eight years. Before that, she was associated with Eclipse during her work at SAP Labs India. Noopur has been an evangelist of Eclipse technologies and is a recognized speaker at several Eclipse events. She is also a member of the Eclipse Architecture Council and the ACM Future of Computing Academy.
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Emily Jiang is a Java Champion. She is Liberty Microservices Architect and Advocate and Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, based at Hursley Lab in the UK. Emily is a MicroProfile guru and has been working on MicroProfile since 2016. She leads the specifications of MicroProfile Config, Fault Tolerance and Service Mesh, and is a CDI Expert Group member.
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Philip Langer is a principal software architect and general manager of EclipseSource in Vienna. Since many years now, Philip is passionate about the modeling technologies of the Eclipse ecosystem. More recently web-/cloud-based tool development has become one of his main focus areas. In his daily work, Philip supports organizations in building web-based domain-specific modeling and engineering tools, including graphical modeling editors, model diff/merge with Git, and much more -- all based on open-source Eclipse technologies. Philip is the project lead of the Eclipse Graphical Language Server Platform (GLSP), as well as of EMF.cloud and a committer on Sprotty, EMF Compare, and Papyrus.
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JB Onofré is a contributor on Eclipse projects and involved in a couple of working groups. He's also an Apache Software Foundation member, committer, and PMC member on about 20 Apache projects (Apache Karaf, ActiveMQ, Camel, Beam, ...) and mentors new podlings in the Apache incubator. JB started to be involved within Apache around 15 years ago. He works for Huawei on open source ecosystem development in Europe.
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Jens Reimann is a Principal Software Engineer in the messaging team of Red Hat, focusing on IoT related topics. In addition to working with several Eclipse and OSGi based technologies for many years, he is also committer on several Eclipse IoT projects, IoT PMC co-lead, and project lead of two projects: Eclipse NeoSCADA and Eclipse Package Drone.
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Torkild Ulvøy Resheim (chair emeritus) is a senior software engineer and co-owner of Itema, a software consultancy based in Trondheim, Norway. As a contractor and consultant, he has helped companies use a wide range of Eclipse technologies for the past decade. Most of this time have been spent developing solutions for the semiconductor, maritime, and offshore energy sectors. Torkild runs the Trondheim Eclipse User Group, sits on the Eclipse Architecture Council and the Eclipse Science PMC, and helps out in the Eclipse Science Working Group. He is also a Contributing Member representative on the Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors.
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Alex Schladebeck is a passionate tester whose favourite topics are quality, agility and humans. She is CEO and Head of Quality at Bredex GmbH. In these roles, she supports colleagues, customers and teams on their journey to better quality - be it in products, in processes or in their communication. In previous roles, she was responsible for enabling teams and growing quality. Now she enables others to do that work, and works on nurturing a system in the company where everyone can flourish. Alex views the world through the curious eyes of a tester and loves learning new things. She shares her knowledge and experience in workshops, coaching sessions and as a speaker or keynote speaker at conferences.
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Miro Spönemann is a committer and project lead for several Eclipse projects and co-leads TypeFox, a company specializing in engineering tools and open source technology. He started to get involved in open source development while researching graph layout algorithms and their application to graphical modeling at the University of Kiel. Miro has been contributing to the Eclipse community by kickstarting new projects, giving presentations at several events, and supporting the transfer of the Open VSX Registry to the Eclipse Foundation. Innovation, strategy and community work are at the heart of his interest.
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Angelika Wittek is a computer scientist and OS enthusiast. She works as a independent IT consultant, application architect, and software developer and supports the Eclipse openMDM Working Group as product manager. In her spare time she enjoys gardening, hiking or experimenting with her Mecanum rover.
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