DEVDAY 2014

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26th of September 2014, Kraków, Poland

Speakers

They're basically awesome

Rob Ashton
Rob Ashton
Professional Naysayer
Rob finds himself leaping from technology to technology, striving to put right what once went wrong, and hoping each time that his next leap will be the leap to something he actually likes.
Brent Beer
Brent Beer
GitHubber
Brent Beer has been a passionate user of Git and GitHub for a number of years beginning in university and later moving out to San Francisco to work as a web developer. He now enjoys spending his time helping people learn to use Git and GitHub to their full potential as a member of the GitHub Training team.
Simon Brown
Simon Brown
Author of "Software Architecture for Developers"
Simon lives in Jersey (the largest of the Channel Islands) and works as an independent consultant, helping teams to build better software. His client list spans over 20 countries and includes organisations ranging from small technology startups through to global household names. Simon is an award-winning speaker and the author of Software Architecture for Developers - a developer-friendly guide to software architecture, technical leadership and the balance with agility. He still codes too.
Enrico Campidoglio
Enrico Campidoglio
tretton37
Enrico is a programmer who combines a strong passion for quality with a mild OCD. He has spent over a decade in the Microsoft and Java camps, striving to write simple and expressive code in whatever language he happens to be using. He’s also a technical trainer and a speaker, who regularly presents at conferences and user groups on topics such as Object-oriented design, Test-driven development, Continuous Deployment and, sometimes, mechanical keyboards.

Enrico is a core contributor to AutoFixture, an open source library for .NET that helps alleviate some of the friction experienced when doing Test-driven development by making it easier to generate test data.

Enrico works at tretton37 and can be found blogging on megakemp.com or tweeting at @ecampidoglio.
Ben Hall
Ben Hall
Unicorn, Hipster, Founder
Ben has done the rounds as a tester, developer, speaker, freelancer, startup entrepreneur and most recently working at a startup investment company in London. Ben is currently working on his next venture.
Niall Merrigan
Niall Merrigan
Irish man lost in Norway
Niall is an Irish guy who managed to end up in Norway after finding out the country existed when he was in New Zealand. He works in Capgemini in Stavanger, Norway as their Head of Custom Software Development, and is also an Microsoft ASP.NET MVP since 2010, Friend Of RedGate and general rugby nut (which means he shouts a lot). He has a passion for web technologies, security and whiskey which can lead to some interesting discussions. He can be found on twitter as @nmerrigan and hosts a blog at http://www.certsandprogs.com
Kasia Mrowca
Kasia Mrowca
Geek Girl
Kasia is an IT, management & agile passionate. For Kasia sky is the limit, so she moved to the clouds… and aviation business. Currently she works for a factory producing billions of lines of code which magically turn into working software.
Karl-Henrik Nilsson
Karl-Henrik Nilsson
Senior developer/Software architect of Sogeti
Karl-Henrik is an experienced developer that have written code for anything from cellular network base stations to websites.
He runs the local Microsoft competence network at Sogeti and spend a somewhat obsessive amount of his free time building smarter devices.
"If you ever need to see a man about building a smarter toaster - I'm that guy"
Dan North
Dan North
Dan North & Associates
Dan North uses his deep technical and organisational knowledge to help CIOs, business and software teams to deliver quickly and successfully. He puts people first and finds simple, pragmatic solutions to business and technical problems, often using lean and agile techniques. With over twenty years of experience in IT, Dan is a frequent speaker at technology conferences worldwide. The originator of Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) and Deliberate Discovery, Dan has published feature articles in numerous software and business publications, and contributed to The RSpec Book: Behaviour Driven Development with RSpec, Cucumber, and Friends and 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know: Collective Wisdom from the Experts. He occasionally blogs at http://dannorth.net/blog.
Paul Stack
Paul Stack
OpenTable
Paul Stack is a London based Infrastructure Engineer working for OpenTable. Paul has spoken at various events throughout the world about his passion for continuous integration and continuous delivery and why they should be part of what developers do on a day to day basis.

He believes that reliably delivering software is just as important as its development. Paul’s newest passion is the DevOps movement and how this helps not just development and operations but the entire business and it’s customers.
Qi
Qi
The Codeless Code
Qi (not his real name) has been a professional software developer since the days of the Apple II, and an amateur writer and artist since he was first able to hold a crayon. By day he works mostly as a designer/developer of Java-based Enterprise systems, but by night he may be found writing or illustrating the latest installment of The Codeless Code. Qi has a passion for teaching, and has always considered mentoring the best part of leading a team. Although the exaggerated cruelty in some of his stories might lead you to think otherwise, Qi is really quite gentle, and almost never administers fatal beatings.
Seb Rose
Seb Rose
For Examples
An independent software developer, trainer and consultant based in the UK. He specialises in working with teams adopting and refining their agile practices, with a particular focus on automated testing.

Since he first worked as a programmer in 1980 (writing applications in compiled BASIC on an Apple II) he has dabbled in many technologies for many companies, including Linn Smart, Amazon and IBM. He is writing "The Cucumber-JVM Book" for the Pragmatic Programmer's.

Agenda will be announced shortly. Stay tuned :)

08:00 am - 09:00 am
Registration
09:00 am - 09:20 am
Welcome session
09:20 am - 10:10 am

Keynote

10:10 am - 10:40 am
Coffee!
10:40 am - 11:30 am

Session 1

11:30 pm - 11:50 pm
Coffee again!
11:50 am - 12:40 pm

Session 2

12:40 pm - 13:50 pm
Lunch Ladies & Gentlemen!
13:50 pm - 14:40 pm

Session3

14:40 pm - 15:00 pm
Moar coffee
15:00 pm - 15:50 pm

Session 4

15:50 pm - 16:10 pm
Well, just another break
16:10 pm - 17:00 pm

Session 5

17:00 pm - 17:30 pm
Tea time!
17:30 pm - 18:20 pm

Closing keynote

18:30 pm - ___
Party!
08:00 am - 09:00 am
Registration
09:00 am - 09:20 am
Welcome session
09:20 am - 10:10 am

Keynote

10:10 am - 10:40 am
Coffee!
10:40 am - 11:30 am

Session 1

11:30 pm - 11:50 pm
Coffee again!
11:50 am - 12:40 pm

Session 2

12:40 pm - 13:50 pm
Lunch Ladies & Gentlemen!
13:50 pm - 14:40 pm

Session3

14:40 pm - 15:00 pm
Moar coffee
15:00 pm - 15:50 pm

Session 4

15:50 pm - 16:10 pm
Well, just another break
16:10 pm - 17:00 pm

Session 5

17:00 pm - 17:30 pm
Tea time!
17:30 pm - 18:20 pm

Closing keynote

18:30 pm - ___
Party!

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