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SDD 2019 Speakers

Dominick Baier

Dominick Baier

Dominick is an independent consultant specialising in identity and access control. He helps companies around the world design and implement authentication and authorisation for their distributed web and native applications. He’s co-author of the popular OpenID Connect & OAuth 2.0 framework called IdentityServer, and he has written a couple of books including A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control. He’s also an experienced trainer, and a regular speaker at technical conferences around the world.

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James Bender

James Bender

James is a freelance developer/consultant. He has worked as a developer and architect on everything from small, single-user applications to enterprise-scale, multi-user systems. His specialties are web development, JavaScript, .NET development and architecture, as well as TDD/BDD. James is a Microsoft MVP alumnus as well as an ASP.NET Insider, and author of the book Professional Test-Driven Development with C#: Developing Real World Applications with TDD.

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Richard Blewett

Richard Blewett

Richard is one of the founders of Rock Solid Knowledge. He has been working in the software industry for over 20 years – starting with mainframes, through the early years of client/server, to today’s service-oriented world. He has spent much of his professional life working on large distributed systems, including being the middle-tier architect on the UK national police systems. He is the co-author of Pro Async Programming with .NET, and a regular speaker at various technical conferences.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

Solid async in .NET

Tue 21 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 1

GC: how it works

Jimmy Bogard

Jimmy Bogard

Jimmy is a member of the ASP Insiders group, the C# Insiders group, and has been a Microsoft MVP since 2009. He is avid in OSS, creating the projects AutoMapper, MediatR, Respawn, and is the maintainer of more. He is an author, blogger, speaker, and eternal student.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

SOA done right (with examples in ASP.NET Core and NServiceBus)

Tue 21 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 2

From SQL to Azure Cosmos DB

Wed 22 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 6

Vertical slice architecture

Scott Brady

Scott Brady

Scott is a software developer specialising in identity and access management. Focusing on ASP.NET, he has increasingly found himself in undocumented territory, piecing together the facts and attempting to pass them on so that others don’t have to go through the same. Scott currently works as a senior software engineer and consultant for Rock Solid Knowledge, focusing on their suite of IdentityServer related products, and is a contributor to the IdentityServer OSS project.

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Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:50

Track 5

Leaving passwords behind

Jeremy Clark

Jeremy Clark

Jeremy makes developers better at what they do. By drawing on over 15 years of experience in application development, he helps developers take a step up in their skillset with a focus on making complex topics approachable regardless of skill level. He is a Microsoft MVP for .NET, and he has authored seven courses for Pluralsight, including ‘C# Interfaces’, a course aimed at giving developers a clear understanding of abstraction. He loves speaking and has delivered over 200 technical presentations in the last ten years in the USA and Europe.

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Andrew Clymer

Andrew Clymer

Andy is a co-founder of Rock Solid Knowledge. He’s been programming for nearly 40 years, and has programmed professionally in a variety of languages including 6502 assembler, C, C++, Java and C#. His current role at RSK is just as broad, managing the IdentityServer team and growing the company’s product portfolio utilising a range of web and mobile technologies, including the Umbraco CMS. Andy is the co-author of Pro Asynchronous Programming with .NET, published by Apress.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

Solid async in .NET

Tue 21 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 1

GC: how it works

Thu 23 May 2019 at 9:30

Track 1

LINQ: how it works

Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 1

Building reliable systems with Polly

Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:50

Track 1

Parallel loops

Ed Courtenay

Ed Courtenay

Ed is an experienced software developer and technical evangelist. He started coding on the BBC Micro in the mid-80s and – barring a few years in the early 90s when labouring under the misapprehension that he could make a living as a musician – has continued to write code professionally. He currently works for Just Eat as a senior developer.

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Wed 22 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 2

Introduction to Railway Oriented Programming

Zhamak Dehghani

Zhamak Dehghani

Zhamak works with ThoughtWorks as a principal consultant, with a focus on distributed systems architecture and digital platform strategy at enterprise level. She is a member of the ThoughtWorks Technology Advisory Board and contributes to the creation of the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar. Zhamak has worked as a software engineer and architect for 20 years in the areas of distributed computing communications and embedded device technologies, and she has contributed to multiple patents on embedded mobile sensing devices.

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Kathleen Dollard

Kathleen Dollard

Kathleen loves to code and loves to teach and talk about code. She’s written tons of articles, a book, and spoken at numerous conferences around the world. She’s on the .NET Core team at Microsoft, where she works on the .NET Core CLI and SDK and managed languages (VB.NET and C#). She’s always ready to help developers take the next step in exploring the wonderful world we call code.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 5

Quality, Legacy and Entropy in Code

Wed 22 May 2019 at 9:30

Track 1

Debugging and light profiling

Wed 22 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 1

Functional techniques for C#

Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 5

What do you do with 30 years of mistakes?

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

I will make you a better C# programmer – 2019 edition

Dino Esposito

Dino Esposito

A long-time trainer and highly-rated consultant, Dino is the author of many popular books for Microsoft Press which have helped the professional growth of thousands of .NET developers and architects. CTO of a fast-growing company providing software and mobile services to professional sports, Dino is also a technical evangelist for JetBrains, where he focuses on Android and Kotlin development, and a member of the team that manages WURFL – the database of mobile devices used by organisations such as Google and Facebook. Recently, Dino co-authored the second edition of bestseller Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise (Microsoft Press).

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

Programming ASP.NET Blazor

Wed 22 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 3

Introduction to VueJS for ASP.NET developers

Thu 23 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 3

In retrospect - Web Forms and Web Frontends

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

AI for (preferably .NET) dummies

Neal Ford

Neal Ford

Neal is director, software architect and meme wrangler at ThoughtWorks, a software company and community of passionate, purpose-led individuals, who think disruptively to deliver technology to address the toughest challenges, all while seeking to revolutionise the IT industry and create positive social change. He is an internationally recognised expert on software development and delivery, especially in the intersection of Agile engineering techniques and software architecture. Neal has authored numerous magazine articles, seven books (and counting), dozens of video presentations, and spoken at hundreds of developer conferences worldwide.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

Building evolutionary architectures

Tue 21 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 5

Stories every developer should know

Thu 23 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 7

Architecture: the hard parts

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

Software architecture: the hard parts

Stephen Haunts

Stephen Haunts

Stephen is an independent software developer, Pluralsight author, writer for APress, and classroom trainer. He has had a long career working in computer games, banks, retail finance, insurance and healthcare, and is now passionate about helping other developers succeed in their careers. Stephen has authored over 14 courses for Pluralsight, written a book on Cryptography for Apress, and has spoken and taught workshops at conferences and companies all over the world. He is also the host of the popular Side Hustle Success Podcast.

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Kevlin Henney

Kevlin Henney

Kevlin is an independent consultant, trainer, reviewer and writer based in the UK. His development interests are in patterns, programming, practice and process. He has been a columnist for various magazines and web sites, a contributor to open source software and a member of more committees than is probably healthy. He is co-author of A Pattern Language for Distributed Computing and On Patterns and Pattern Languages, two volumes in the Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture series. He is also editor of 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 5

Quality, Legacy and Entropy in Code

Wed 22 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 8

Agility ≠ Speed

Thu 23 May 2019 at 9:30

Track 4

A functional primer - part 1

Thu 23 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 4

A functional primer - part 2

Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 8

Lean Code

Allen Holub

Allen Holub

Allen is a software architect and Agile coach. He speaks, trains and consults internationally on Agile development, software architecture, and Agile-friendly implementation technologies like Microservices, with a focus on designing and building robust, highly scalable software. He’s worn every hat from CTO to grunt programmer. He’s also a widely published author – his works include ten books, hundreds of articles in technical publications, and video classes for Pluralsight and O’Reilly. Allen has been a regular speaker at SDD over the years, alongside various other conferences around the world.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

Practical Microservices

Tue 21 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 7

What is a Microservice?

Tue 21 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 5

#NoEstimates in depth

Wed 22 May 2019 at 9:30

Track 6

Incremental architecture

Thu 23 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 7

Patterns of software architecture

Sander Hoogendoorn

Sander Hoogendoorn

Sander is an independent consultant, software craftsman, coach, speaker, trainer and writer. He is experienced in Agile, Scrum, Kanban, continuous delivery, (no) software estimation, Agile requirements, design patterns, domain-driven design, UML, software architecture, Microservices, and writing beautiful code. He helps organisations and teams to optimise their processes, practices, architecture, code and tests, currently as chief technology officer at ANVA, previously as global Agile thought-leader at Capgemini. Sander has authored a number of books such as Microservices: A Practical Guide, The Continuous Culture, This Is Agile, and Pragmatic Modeling with UML, and has published hundreds of magazine articles. He is also a regular speaker at various international conferences, and has delivered hundreds of in-house training courses and lectured at many universities.

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Philip Japikse

Philip Japikse

As a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, and a passionate member of the developer community, Phil has been working with .NET since the first betas, developing software for over 35 years, and heavily involved in the Agile community since 2005. He is co-author of C# and the .NET 4.6 Framework and Pro C# 7, lead director for the Cincinnati .NET User’s Group and the Cincinnati Software Architect Group, co-hosts the Hallway Conversations podcast, and founded the Cincinnati Day of Agile. During the day, Phil works as an enterprise consultant and Agile coach for various firms throughout the US. He holds various certifications including MCSD and MCDBA, and is a regular speaker at technical conferences around the world.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 7

Agile failures: stories from the trenches

Tue 21 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 3

ASP.NET Core for mere mortals

Wed 22 May 2019 at 9:30

Track 3

Versioning APIs with ASP.NET Core

Wed 22 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 2

Entity Framework Core 2 for mere mortals

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

Hands-on lab: develop an ASP.NET Core & EF Core app in a day

Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones

Kevin has been involved in software development for 30 years, starting out on DEC 20s and graduating through mainframes and onto all the versions of Windows. He divides his time between teaching, consultancy and getting his hands dirty with coding in the real world. He’s taught Windows, MFC, C++, Java, and many other courses for a leading developer training company, and he’s worked as a technical architect at ICS Systems and at Confused.com.

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Wed 22 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 4

Reactive programming with RxJS

Allan Kelly

Allan Kelly

Allan is an Agile improvement specialist, helping companies large and small to enhance their Agile processes and improve their digital products. Past clients include Virgin Atlantic, Qualcomm, The Bank of England, Reed Elsevier and many small innovative companies you’ve never heard of. He invented Value Poker, Time-Value Profiles and Retrospective Dialogue Sheets. He is the author of Dear Customer, the Truth About IT; Project Myopia; Continuous Digital; Xanpan; and Business Patterns for Software Developers.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

One-day introduction to Agile

Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:50

Track 7

Requirements – whose job are they anyway?

Konrad Kokosa

Konrad Kokosa

Konrad has been programming for over a dozen years, solving performance problems and architectural puzzles in the .NET world, and speeding up web applications. He’s an independent consultant, blogger, speaker and fan of Twitter. He shares his passion as a trainer in the area of .NET, with a focus on application performance and diagnostics. He’s the author of Pro .NET Memory Management (Apress 2018), and co-founder of the dotnetos.org initiative.

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Juval Löwy

Juval Löwy

Juval is the founder of IDesign and a master software architect specialising in system and project design. He has mentored hundreds of architects across the globe, sharing his insights, techniques and breakthroughs, in architecture, project design, development process, and technology. He is a frequent speaker at various international software development conferences. He has written several books – the latest of which is the 4th edition of Programming WCF Services (O’Reilly 2015) – and his next will focus on his ideas on system and project design. Juval has also published numerous articles, regarding almost every aspect of modern software development and architecture. 

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

Zen of architecture (workshop)

Wed 22 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 5

The Architect

Wed 22 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 8

Zen of architecture

Thu 23 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 8

Software project design

Thu 23 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 8

Advanced techniques in software project design

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

Microservices-oriented development process

Jules May

Jules May

Jules is a freelance consultant specialising in safety-critical systems, mathematical software, and compilers and languages. He has been writing, teaching and speaking about software for 25 years, and conducts frequent lectures and workshops. He is the author of Programming Like Your Life Depends On It, and is the originator of Problem Space Analysis.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 7

Post-Agile development

Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 2

Version control for data

Luca Minudel

Luca Minudel

Luca is a Lean/Agile coach and trainer with 16 years of experience in Lean/Agile and 20+ in professional software delivery. He’s passionate about Agility, Lean, complexity science, and co-creation. He contributed to the adoption of Lean and Agile practices by Ferrari’s F1 racing team, and he’s delivered training, coaching, assessments and organisational transformations in top-tier organisations in Europe and the US including HSBC, 4Finance and LexisNexis. He is the founder and CEO at SmHarter.com, a company that helps organisations turn their way of working into their competitive advantage.

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Luke Mitchell

Luke Mitchell

Luke is a designer from the east of England working at thoughtbot. Not scared to break convention, and always looking forward – he is happiest creating simple, usable and interesting interfaces. He usually tells people that he ”makes websites look pretty and stuff”.

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Joe Natoli

Joe Natoli

Joe has been advising, training and teaching product design and development teams from organisations such as Condé Nast, SC Johnson and Wolters Kluwer to leverage the power of User Experience (UX) and good design for nearly three decades. He devotes the majority of his time to writing, coaching, and speaking – his online courses currently have more than 70,000 students enrolled, and he’s been a regular conference speaker on UX-related topics for over 20 years. Joe’s latest book on UX strategy and product improvement, Think First, was published in 2015.

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Andy Olsen

Andy Olsen

Andy is a freelance instructor/developer based in Swansea. He’s worked in IT for 30 years, starting with C/C++ and moving through Java, .NET, and various other interesting languages and technologies in the meantime. Andy likes to run, ski, and watch football, but not necessarily all at the same time.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 8

Big Data and the Hadoop ecosystem

Wed 22 May 2019 at 14:00

Track 3

ASP.NET Core and TDD

Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:50

Track 6

Angular bells and whistles

Jeff Prosise

Jeff Prosise

Jeff is co-founder of Wintellect, a developer consulting and education firm that provides services to companies all over the world. He has written nine books and hundreds of articles on software development, and today spends most of his time working with Azure, building AI solutions for customers, and managing WintellectNOW. In his spare time, Jeff builds and flies large radio-control jets. He loves the smell of jet fuel in the morning.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

A day of Azure

Tue 21 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 8

Fundamentals of Machine Learning

Tue 21 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 1

AI for C# developers: introducing ML.NET

Wed 22 May 2019 at 9:30

Track 8

Fundamentals of Deep Learning

Brian Randell

Brian Randell

Brian has been building software solutions for more than 20 years. He educates teams on Microsoft technologies via writing and training – both in-person and on demand. He’s also a consultant for companies small and large, worldwide, including Fortune 100 companies like Microsoft. He’s a passionate software craftsman who still enjoys coding as he helps teams to improve their processes from idea to shipping to production management and monitoring. In addition, he’s become obsessed over the last few years with natural user interfaces and how to create compelling user experiences regardless of platform. He’s a Visual Studio ALM MVP and co-author of Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2013 from Wrox Publishing.

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Thu 23 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 2

DevOps for the SQL Server database

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

Azure DevOps: any app, any platform, any code

Mark Richards

Mark Richards

Mark Richards is an experienced, hands-on software architect involved in the architecture, design, and implementation of microservices architectures, service-oriented architectures, and distributed systems. He has been in the software industry since 1983 and has significant experience and expertise in application, integration, and enterprise architecture. He’s the founder of DeveloperToArchitect.com, a website devoted to helping developers in the journey to becoming a software architect. He is the author of numerous technical books and videos with O’Reilly, including several books on Microservices, the Software Architecture Fundamentals and Enterprise Messaging video series, Java Message Service 2nd Edition, and he was a contributing author to 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know. Mark has a master’s degree in computer science and numerous architect and developer certifications from IBM, Sun, The Open Group, and Oracle. He’s spoken at hundreds of conferences and user groups around the world, on a variety of enterprise-related technical topics.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 6

Choosing the right architecture pattern

Wed 22 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 7

Analysing software architecture

Thu 23 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 6

Space-based Microservices

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

Software architecture: the hard parts

Jon Skeet

Jon Skeet

Jon Skeet is a software engineer working in Google’s London office with a mission of making Google Cloud Platform rock for C# developers. He is best known for his contributions on StackOverflow and his book, C# in Depth, as well as speaking at many international conferences. He has been a Microsoft MVP for C# since 2003, is the convenor of the ECMA technical group for C# standardisation, and is a member of the .NET Foundation Technical Steering Group.

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Wed 22 May 2019 at 9:30

Track 2

Programming language complexity

Matt Stine

Matt Stine

Matt is an 18 year veteran of the enterprise IT industry, with six of those years spent as a consulting solutions architect for multiple Fortune 500 companies, and the not-for-profit St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He is the author of Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures from O’Reilly, and the host of the Software Architecture Radio podcast. Matt spends much of his time thinking about Lean/Agile software development methodologies, DevOps, architectural principles/patterns/practices, and programming paradigms, in an attempt to find the perfect storm of techniques. He is currently the global CTO of architecture at Pivotal, and spends much of his time advising IT leadership on the effective adoption of cloud-native architectures. Matt is a regular conference speaker, and is the founder and past president of the Memphis Java User Group.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 6

Domain-driven serverless design

Fri 24 May 2019 at 9:30

Post-Conference Workshop

Domain-Driven Design and event-driven Microservices

Elton Stoneman

Elton Stoneman

Elton is a Pluralsight author, Microsoft MVP and developer advocate at Docker. He’s been architecting and delivering successful solutions with Microsoft technologies since 2000, most recently Big Data and API implementations in Azure, and distributed applications with Docker. Currently he’s interested in the evolution of the Microsoft stack, exploring the opportunities to modernise existing .NET Framework apps with Docker, and run them alongside new .NET Core apps in Windows and Linux containers. He’s a regular presenter and workshop host at conferences, including DockerCon, NDC, DevSum, ProgNet, SDD, Container Camp and Future Decoded.

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Mon 20 May 2019 at 9:30

Pre-Conference Workshop

Modernising .NET monoliths with Docker on Windows

Tue 21 May 2019 at 11:30

Track 2

Why containers will take over the world

Stefano Tempesta

Stefano Tempesta

Stefano is a Microsoft Regional Director, MVP on AI and Business Applications, and chapter leader for the Microsoft Dynamics 365 community in Switzerland (community.dynamics.com). A regular speaker at international IT conferences, including Microsoft Ignite and Tech Summit, his interests extend to Blockchain and AI-related technologies. He created Blogchain Space (blogchain.space), a blog about Blockchain technologies, writes for MSDN Magazine and MS Dynamics World, and publishes Machine Learning experiments on the Azure AI Gallery (gallery.azure.ai).

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Adam Tornhill

Adam Tornhill

Adam is a programmer who combines degrees in engineering and psychology. He’s the founder of Empear where he designs tools for software analysis. He’s also the author of Software Design X-Rays, Your Code as a Crime Scene, Lisp for the Web, and Patterns in C. Adam’s other interests include modern history, music, and martial arts.

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Kim van Wilgen

Kim van Wilgen

Kim van Wilgen is an experienced leader in software product development. She’s passionate about topics such as DevOps, continuous delivery, Agile and continuous security. She has experienced and guided the cultural, organizational and technological changes associated with these approaches. As a leader she works with self-organised teams, enabling people to thrive at work by being transparent and by empowering them, all to deliver value in the hands of the customer. Although a nerd at heart, she also has over a decade of experience in product management and managerial roles.

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Tue 21 May 2019 at 9:30

Keynote Presentation

Flow: the worst software development approach in history

Wed 22 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 5

Continuously delivering continuous delivery

Christian Wenz

Christian Wenz

Christian is an author, consultant and trainer focusing on web technologies and web application security. He has written or co-written over 100 books, including Professional ASP.NET 4.5 (Wiley) and JavaScript Phrasebook (Sams), and authored several courses for Pluralsight. Christian is a fixture at international developer conferences since 2001, including TechEd Europe, DevConnections, NDC Oslo, Techorama, SDD and many more. He is a Microsoft MVP for ASP.NET and an ASP Insiders member, and co-founder of digital agency Arrabiata Solutions with several offices in Europe.

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Tom Wey

Tom Wey

Tom is a developer at thoughtbot London. He spent some years writing Perl before falling for Ruby & Rails. He also secretly enjoys writing JavaScript, but don’t tell anyone. Aside from coding he’s into rock climbing, cycling and being a dad.

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Thu 23 May 2019 at 16:00

Track 3

A brief history of asynchronous JavaScript

Laurie Young

Laurie Young

Laurie is managing director of thoughtbot London. With a background in physics and computing, he spent 14 years learning how to build and develop apps and software and how to lead teams. He is particularly interested in how to create a healthy workplace where people can be their true selves while also doing work that they find fulfilling and rewarding. Laurie spends a lot of time helping cross-functional teams learn how to work together in a practical way.

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