A speaker known amongst Java fans (featured in conferences such as GeeCON or JDD).
Piotr Bucki: Deputy CEO and talent hunter at j-labs. 15 years of professional experience. For 7 years he was a Java developer, then technical leader and consultant within the scope of security, 6 years of watching the industry as a CTO / deputy COE and co-owner of a company put Piotr in the ideal position to be able to perfectly balance expectations from the technology and business worlds. Piotr’s professional interests oscillate around IT systems security – and in particular those web based (ISC2 CISSP certificate holder). An avid mountain biker in his spare time.
An experienced tester and programmer. Passionate about cloud computing solutions. Organised a series of Amazon Web Services platform user meetings in Kraków, speaker at conferences and events dedicated to programming quality and cloud technologies (TestWell, KraKQ, Cloudyna 2015). He has been building his Amazon Web Services knowledge for three years, looking after the quality and infrastructure of a system which aggregates information on hundreds of millions of transactions every day
an experienced specialist in Business Intelligence and advanced analytics. He has worked with a variety of technologies such as Microsoft, Oracle, TeraData, SAS and many others, but his main competences lie in Microsoft solutions. He participated in analytical projects connected with data integration, multidimensional or tabular data structures, modern self-service reporting and machine learning.
A programmer with extensive object-oriented programming experience. He relentlessly improves his skills and is trying to keep up with the changing IT world. At work, he focuses on the .NET platform.
I write code because I like it! Most often not far from JVM, somewhere deep inside, near systems with large numbers of users or BigData as that most often means there are non-trivial (interesting!) problems to solve. At the same time, I profess the principle that most software problems start long before any keyboard is even touched. Apart from that I speak at, organise conferences and meets, cycle and read!
Senior Java developer, but first and foremost an avid trainer. He’s been running training sessions within the JEE technological domain for a number of years.
A speaker with vast – more than 20 years’ track record in the IT industry both in Poland and the USA.
works as a Cloud Architect in Lingaro, where he responses for the Microsoft Azure competences. Cloud specialists and enthusiasts. He have experience in international companies in various sectors. He has many IT certificates.
Graduated Computational Physics at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. A j-labs consultant – Senior Java Developer, Tech Lead with more than 8 years of experience in developing business applications, numeric computations, data exploration systems, migrations, data analysis, deployment processes and automation of tests. He feels at home with all subjects associated with Linux, Bash and Open Source in general.
More than 5 years of experience in UX. Senior UX Designer in ABB, in spare time freelancer and motorcyclist. Loves traveling: by car, by plane and by motorcycle.
DevOps in Ocado; in his spare time he helps with the Fedora Project. Preaches containerization, ZSH and Python. In his spare time he goes to the mountains or the seaside.
Sebastian is an experienced programmer specializing in object-related designing and programming as well as techniques and practices helping to develop high quality code. He is interested in object-oriented programming, software engineering and the agile approach to software production. He was a speaker at numerous conferences, (e.g. JDD, GeeCon, Confitura, Devoxx), he is a blogger and one of the authors who posts to blogs devoted to programming (DZone, JavaCodeGeeks).
Akka hakker @ Lightbend, where he also participated in the Reactive Streams initiative and implemented it's Technology Compatibility Kit. Konrad is a late-night passionate dev living by the motto "Life is Study!". His favourite discussion topics range from distributed systems to capybaras. He has founded and run multiple user groups (Java, Scala, Computer Science, ...), as well as the awesome GeeCON conference, in Poland. Other than that, he maintains a number of Scala tools (such as sbt-jmh), and frequently speaks on distributed systems and concurrency topics at conferences all around the world. In those rare times he's not coding, he spreads the joy of computer science by helping local user groups and whitepaper reading clubs. He also holds number of titles, the most fun of which being Java One RockStar 2015.
Full-stack developer with more than 6 years of experience in the IT industry. Participant of hackathons, contests and acceleration programmes. LEAN startup and agile methods fan. Amateur guitarist, film-maker.
In the IT industry for more than 15 years, as a database administrator, programmer, architect, manager and “disaster recovery engineer”. Took part in small, medium and stupendously vast projects executed in the waterfall model, pursuant to Agile methods or without any methodology whatsoever and always with the same outcome. Which led him to the conclusion that it doesn’t matter what you do, as long as you do it well, in the simplest possible manner and using correct tools which will do the work for you. In the meantime he allowed himself to be swept off his feet by TDD and Software Craftmanship concepts, took REST and NoSQL ideas, such beautiful in their simplicity, to their extremes, to then abandon them in order to discover the secrets of "system thinking” and be flabbergasted by the power of the “metaphor” and to find out that we are governed by the same laws of “nature”. Rebellious follower of the JVM faith, researcher of bytecode, JIT and all sorts of parsers, interpreters and compliers. From time to time one can come across his lectures across the whole of Poland. At Allegro.tech on a daily basis, http://symentis.pl trainer and author of the http://geekyprimitives.wordpress.com/ blog in his spare time.
Founder of the JLupin Software Studio and JLupin Software Studio Business Solution companies. The brains behind and the chief programmer of the JLupin Next Server application server – www.jlupin.com
Has 15 years of professional experience in engineering and management positions associated with high performance JEE class systems in telecommunications and banking. Over the last 7 years software department director and chief architect associated with brands such as Alior Bank, Alior Sync, TMobile Banking Service Branch based on the JLupin Next Server platform.
Chaos Monkey at Lumesse, or the embodiment of evil and programmers’ bogeyman. Supporter of containerization and automation, Red Hat Linux proponent. Promoter of open standards and open code.
Apart from programming his interests lie in creating music, photography and philosophy. He is a fan of Japanese chess.
Programmer with a dozen or so years of experience in web and mobile technologies. In the past he spent a few years working with the .NET platform and a webdeveloper (LAMP) even before that. Recently most of his attention is devoted to mobile platforms, both iOS as well as Android. Currently participates in the running of re:factory (http://refactory.net) as a technical leader.
An engineer – by education and conviction. A programmer for 18 years, closely associated with data processing and system optimisation.