Principal Software Architect at EclipseSource, Austria
Philip Langer is a principal architect and general manager of EclipseSource in Vienna. He has many years of experience working with several modeling technologies of the Eclipse ecosystem and is a consultant to customers in this area. His current main focus is the development of domain-specific modeling and engineering tools, including graphical modeling, model diff/merge with Git, as well as web-based modeling tools. He is the project lead of Eclipse Graphical Language Server Platform (GLSP), as well as of EMF.cloud and a committer on EMF Compare, Sprotty, and Papyrus.
Evangelist at Bosch Software Innovations GmbH, Germany
Kai Hackbarth is an Evangelist at Bosch Software Innovations. He has been deeply involved in the technical standardization activities of the OSGi Alliance for more than 15 years. Kai is a member of the OSGi Alliance Board of Directors and has been co-chair of the OSGi Residential Expert Group since 2008. Kai is coordinating several research project activities in various IoT domains. His key focus areas are smart homes, automotive, and the Internet of Things in general, where he actively supports the current developments and strategic positioning of the product portfolio.
Jamie is a software developer and Evangelist for WebSphere Application Server and Open Liberty based at IBM’s R&D Laboratory in Hursley, UK. He is a subject matter expert in Docker and takes a keen interest in emerging technologies with experience in Maven, git, Jenkins and microservice architecture. He has worked on a wide variety of projects such as modernising CICS mainframe testing infrastructure, creating and automating the creation of Docker images for WebSphere, contributing to the microservice Builder offering and creating web applications for events at the Lab.
Senior Software Development Manager at Oracle, Czech Republic
Dmitry Kornilov is a Senior Software Development Manager at Oracle in Prague (Czech Republic). Dmitry is an active JCP member, holding "Outstanding Spec Lead 2016" award, JSON-B/P specification lead and EclipseLink project committer. He has over 20 years of experience in design and implementation of complex software systems, defining systems architecture, team leading and project management. Dmitry holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from Moscow Aircraft Institute (Technical University).
I'm a Software Developer in SAP Labs Bulgaria with 3+ years of experience. The area of development, that I'm working on, is the SAP HANA Cloud Platform. Another interest of mine is the Eclipse Dirigible project. I'm participating in it from the time it was an internal SAP project, till now. More about Dirigible can be found here: dirigible.io
Miro is a software engineer and consultant at TypeFox and a committer for Xtext, ELK, and LSP4J. He started to get involved into open source development while researching graph layout algorithms and their application to graphical modeling at the University of Kiel. Miro's contributions to KIELER, an academic project on modeling pragmatics and semantics, have been the foundation of his doctoral thesis and are now part of the ELK project.
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.
Paul gained a Fellowship Diploma in Communications Engineering (FRMIT) from the Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology in the days of the vacuum tube and the introduction of the transistor.
During the 70's he developed a keen interest in computing and built and programmed single board computers using the ASR33 with paper tape.
40 years spent developing software for internal use in his family's modular furniture manufacturing business sparked his love of simplicity and modular techniques.
The statement "Once data is entered on the internet it should not need to be typed in again" is an area in which he hopes to make a difference. He is currently developing a secure P2P network designed to take a lot of complexity and frustration out of using the net especially for the young and the aged.
Because of his long history of hands on business management and processes he likes to use tools that reduce development friction and enable things to actually get done.
Eclipse, OSGi, Bndtools and Vaadin are the tools he has settled on for his software development work.