After his Degree in Internet Business Engineering and 5 years as a Software Engineer, he founded the Data In Motion in 2010. He saw the merit in Modulare and Model driven Software early in his career and has been an evangelist for this approach ever since. He is was a member of the OSGi Alliance and an active participant in the different OSGi Experts groups. Today he is Steering Committee Member of the Eclipse OSGi Working Group.
Director of Open Source Projects at Eclipse Foundation, Canada
Wayne is the Director of Open Source Projects at the Eclipse Foundation. He started writing software in 1983 on an Apple ][+, learned object-oriented programming and Smalltalk in 1987, and was an early adopter of Java. Wayne is a long time contributor to Eclipse open source projects, and regular presenter at JavaOne, JavaPolis/Devoxx, JAX, and EclipseCon.
Dejan Bosanac is a senior software engineer at Red Hat with the deep expertise in messaging and integration technologies. He's been active member of open source communities for many years and a contributor to various projects, like Apache ActiveMQ and Eclipse Hono. His latest interests revolve around providing scalable connectivity and messaging solutions for IoT applications.
Principal Program Manager, Azure IoT at Microsoft Corp., France
Benjamin is an Internet of Things enthusiast who has a passion for empowering developers to build end-to-end, innovative, IoT solutions.
A long time open source advocate, he co-founded the Eclipse IoT Working Group and he has been speaking at many IoT and tech conferences worldwide. In his current role at Microsoft, he looks after IoT developers' end-to-end journey with the Azure IoT platform by curating technical content, engaging with open source communities, etc.
Benjamin is also an avid producer of educational IoT material that he shares on his blog, https://blog.benjamin-cabe.com.
Donát is an enthusiastic software developer focused on various aspects of the Java platform. Previously, he worked at CERN in the development and operations team where one of his main responsibilities was to support the work of two-hundred developers. He developed a large-scale Java application to visualize runtime dependencies between software components. He became and still is a huge Eclipse fan. He has developed several plug-ins and enjoys working on IDE extensions as well as playing around with all Eclipse-related technologies.
Java EE Expert who has done several projects with a multitude of technologies, most of the time with JSF in the front. He has given training to many developers and students and has coached various teams. Always explaining state of the art technologies and how you can build applications today for tomorrow. Based on his work on the Octopus framework concerned around declarative permission based Java EE security, he became a member of the JSR 375 expert group for Java EE Permission API. In his spare time, he helps various open source projects like Apache DeltaSpike and Eclipse MicroProfile.
Nedelcho Delchev is Development Architect at SAP Labs Bulgaria in Development Experience & Research for SAP Cloud Platform. He has experience in various programming languages, technologies and architectural styles. Along with a group of a few colleagues he started SAP internal innovation project targeting a new approach for Cloud Development. The project name is Dirigible. It focuses on the simplest yet common use-cases and provides full-fledged capabilities for developing, running and operating cloud applications - http://www.dirigible.io
Edwin Derks is a Software Architect at Ordina JTech. He has a passion for gathering and sharing knowledge about anything related to the Java ecosystem and cloud-driven development in general. He is a contributor for MicroProfile and Jakarta EE, and often hosts meetups, writes articles, blogs and speaks at conferences. In his spare time, he can often be found in the gym or having a good time at metal concerts.
Software Architect at SSI Schaefer IT Solutions GmbH, Austria
Software Engineer and Architect for SSI Schaefer IT Solutions GmbH in Austria. Mostly working on development infrastructure and application framework (Eclipse RCP based). In my free time developing a small OS kernel from scratch in ASM and C, just for the fun of it :)