We are excited to announce our selection from the many high-quality CFP proposals we received. The decision wasn’t easy, yet our selection reflects our desire to focus on the edge. Our coming conference for 2022 will include small sessions of 30 minutes each, delivered by the following speakers.
Years of experience made Pasha know IT through and through, and data is the thing he fell in love with. As a Developer Advocate for Big Data @JetBrains, he helps to create tools for data engineers. When he’s not advocating, he writes in Kotlin and speaks at conferences. Also, he is the author and maintainer of Kotlin API for Apache Spark
Trygve is the CEO and co-founder of Databutton. Before starting Databutton, Trygve was an early employee at Cognite. He spent almost 4 years heading up and scaling the Data Science and ML Engineering teams at Cognite from 0 to 40+. Through his years at Cognite, the company grew from 30 employees to 630 and became Norway‘s first unicorn. Before joining Cognite, Trygve was a tenured associate professor in mathematics at NTNU and also spent some years crunching at the core physics engine of the flow simulator Olga. Throughout his career, he has worked on all aspects of data-driven business, from research and hardcore data science to building enabling products and leading execution for large-scale digitalization programs at some of the biggest companies in the world.
Krishna Lodha is a freelance web GIS developer focusing on Open source technologies. Besides his freelancing career, he also writes blogs and creates videos about GIS on his YouTube channel. Krishna is also the founder of Rotten Grapes pvt ltd.
Making software with humans and for humans for close to 20 years, doing diverse stuff from algo research to management. Relentless question asker, problem solver and maker of high-quality software.
Mike brings over 15 years of experience helping customers maximize the business potential of their technology investments. Previously, he held senior management roles at OmniSci, Cisco, Composite Software and Verizon.
Assaf is a principal software engineer at Sage. He has experience designing and developing large-scale distributed systems in Python, Go, and other languages. He is curious about technologies that simplify complexity and make work more efficient. In the past, Assaf was part of Dropbox’s telemetry team, which provides company-wide tools and services to enable observability at a massive scale.