Attila Kiss is one of the lead developers at Everit. At the beginning of his carrier he used Java EE and Spring as everybody. As time passed, he was disappointed on these monolitchic technologies. OSGi gave him the answer to how to design an application with long-term maintainability.
Maximilian is deeply involved with the Eclipse community. He is a project lead (EMFStore, EMF Client Platform, Edapt) and a committer on several projects, and serves on the Eclipse Architecture Council.
Maximilian is general manager of EclipseSource Munich (http://eclipsesource.com/munich), where he is focused on pragmatic modeling and web applications. He has a strong research background, with a PhD on the topic of model versioning, and teaches Eclipse and open-source technology to university students.
Developer Evangelist Connected Home at Deutsche Telekom AG
Kai Kreuzer is a Java and OSGi expert, a Home Automation enthusiast, founder of openHAB.org, project lead of Eclipse SmartHome and co-lead of the Eclipse IoT top-level project. He works as a Developer Evangelist in the Connected Home department of Deutsche Telekom AG and is a regular speaker at international conferences.
Senior Software Archtect at EclipseSource Services GmbH
Philip Langer is a software architect and general manager of EclipseSource Services in Vienna. He has many years of experience with Eclipse RCP, EMF, several modeling technologies, as well as IDE and CDT customizations, and works as a consultant to customers in these areas. Also he is a committer for EMF Compare, Papyrus-RT, and EMFStore.
Besides, Philip is the author of more than 40 publications of peer-reviewed journals, conferences, and workshops in the area of model-driven software engineering and received a PhD degree in computer science from the Vienna University of Technology.