First Keynoters and speakers announced!

Codemotion Berlin 2019 is coming soon and we are working very hard to let you attend the best tech conference!

Have a look down here to know the first speakers and keynoters who will talk on the stage on November, 12-13 at the Kulturbrauerei about Careers, Diversity in tech, Frontend, DevOps…and much more!

KEYNOTERS:

Katrina Owen – GitHub: She is a Senior Software Engineer and she accidentally became a developer while pursuing a degree in molecular biology.

Hadi Hariri – JetBrains: Developer and creator of many things OSS, he has been programming in one way, shape or form since the age of 12.

SPEAKERS:

Dave Cheney : He’s a software engineer and hardware enthusiast from Sydney, Australia

Matt Schallert – Uber: He’s a Site Reliability Engineer at Uber where he works on their open-source metrics platform, M3.

Emma Wedekind LogMeIn: She’s a UX Engineer based in Karlsruhe, Germany. She began her career as a Software Engineer at IBM in Austin, Texas, and three years later picked up and moved abroad.

Sebastiano Gottardo – Blinklist: He’s passionate about mobile security and cutting edge technologies, matured while working with companies like Megavideo and several other startups.

Sara Vieira – Mindera: She’s a Front-End Developer in Portugal.

Jorge D. Ortiz-Fuentes – Canonical Examples: He’s a freelancer dedicated to mobile development, security, and systems architecture. As a developer, he started to work for the MIT in 1993 and since then he has collaborated in many software projects.

Richard Feldman – NoRedInk: He’s the author of “Elm in Action” from Manning Publications, and the instructor for the Frontend Masters Introduction to Elm and Advanced Elm workshops.

Lena Reinhard – CircleCI: She is currently Director of Engineering at CircleCI. After a career in finance, arts, and media, Lena found herself working in tech and at age 26 co-founded her first software company and became a CEO.

PJ Hagerty – DevRelate.io: Developer, writer, speaker, musician, Community Advocate, and founder of DevRelate.io.

Peter Steinberger – PSPDFKit GmbH: He founded and bootstrapped PSPDFKit in 2011, and has since expanded the company with the goal of providing the highest quality PDF framework for all platforms.

Eberhard Wolff – INNOQ: He has 15+ years of experience as an architect and consultant – often on the intersection of business and technology. He is a Fellow at INNOQ in Germany.

Nikita Baksalyar – MaidSafe: Nikita is a Mozilla TechSpeaker and a Senior Rust engineer at MaidSafe.

Ellen Körbes – Garden: Ellen’s a developer advocate at Garden, and also an avid gopher—responsible for the most comprehensive Go course in Portuguese.

George Xing – Lyft: George leads the analytics team at Lyft, where he joined as the first analytics hire and scaled the team over the last 5 years.

Hawra Milani – GDG Oxford: She’s an active community organiser, where she spends a lot of her time in organising, attending, and speaking at technical conferences around the world.

Alexander Gerasimov – 21/23: Alex is a front-end engineer in the office hours and a functional programming aficionado in his spare time.

Elena Grahovac – N26: Elena is a Lead TechOps Automation Engineer at N26 and a co-host of the GolangShow podcast.

Gerard Sans – Amazon Web Services: Gerard is a Developer Advocate at AWS. He is very excited about the future of the Web and JavaScript.

Jad Joubran – Self-employed: Jad is a Google Developer Expert, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and Freelance Web Consultant based in Amsterdam.

Pascal Zenker – SRLabs: Pascal Zenker researches kernel- and embedded device security at the Berlin-based hacking collective, Security Research Labs.

Vincent Ulitzsch – SRLabs: Vincent is a researcher at Security Research Labs, a Berlin based hacking collective. His work focuses on blockchain security and vulnerability detection via fuzzing.

Stay tuned…in the next weeks we’ll show you more about other speakers! If you don’t want to wait, view more here !

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