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A passionate software developer, active community member, conference speaker(DevoxxBE, DevoxxMA, JEEConf, JDD, BuildStuffLT, DevDays, VoxxedDays), metal musician, professional yo-yo player and a former Mensa member who cares about quality, craftsmanship, clean code and getting things done.

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Kevin Gilmore is a software developer in Austin, Texas, and he's been writing code in Java for over 15 years. For the past five years, he has focused mainly on back-end web development using the Spring framework, Spring Data with JPA and Hibernate, Spring MVC, and Spring Boot, and prior to that, he dabbled in DevOps before DevOps was cool. When he's not creating software, he enjoys music, sports, and writing flash fiction and poetry.

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Josh has been a software engineer for over 15 years building enterprise applications across multiple industries. He has long been passionate about application security and loves opportunities to mentor and to learn from others. When Josh isn't hacking away at code, he is either running, playing basketball, camping, or reading a Brandon Sanderson novel.

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Michal Aibin is a Faculty at British Columbia Institute of Technology with over 7 years experience in software development industry. He received his doctorate degree in Informatics in 2017. His main research interests are optimization and modeling of optical networks, adaptive algorithms and software development. He is the supervisor of the group working on Java Enterprise Applications. Personally, he enjoys horseback riding and playing music.

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I've been writing software since I was a kid, and have been doing it professionally since the days of dial-up internet. These days I specialize in cloud-based enterprise Java. When I'm not helping teams create software, I can be found performing as a stand-up comedian, or in musical theater.

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Eric Martin has been a software engineer in Kansas City, Missouri, for over 20 years. He has been focused on designing and building enterprise Java applications in multiple industries. In his free time, he enjoys brewing beer, cooking, and spending time with his family.

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Rui is a Software Engineer with over 10 years of experience in building scalable distributed systems is as well as backend we applications. He's passionate about building software and find easy and ready to grow elegant solutions. Currently, he lives in Berlin.

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Greg has over 20 years of software engineering experience and currently writes analytic code for a cybersecurity company. His main focus is Java but he has worked with many other languages including Perl, Ruby, Scala, and Kotlin. When not coding, Greg likes going to concerts and movies.

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Sam is a software developer from Oxford, currently working in the bioinformatics field. Sam’s areas of expertise are in all things Java, and spends his days writing multi-threaded analysis tools for biology research. He is an enthusiastic programmer, writer, and enjoys learning about new technologies. When he’s not at his desk you can find him on a climbing wall, watching Netflix or attempting to gym.

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Jonathan has more than 10 years of experience as a Senior Software Engineer with a focus on Java. He is particularly passionate about testing and ensuring the quality of the systems he is responsible for. He has contributed to several open source projects and can now be found in Spain looking after the ESA science archives.

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Adam is a software engineer since 2010, working with R&D and industrial applications for optical systems using mainly image processing methods. He's currently leading a SW team in Belgium.

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David is a Software Engineer with over 10 years of working experience in different industries. Lately, his focus is on cloud-based Java applications. He plays guitar when not coding.

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Bruno has been a Software Engineer for more than 15 years and a techie since he was a kid. He has worked on several projects in different industries. Nowadays he is working as an Application Architect in the payments industry. When he is not developing or architecting you will find him doing 3D modeling, a bit of carpentry, or taking long walks around the city.

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Saajan is an architect with deep experience building systems in several business domains. With a clean and minimalist approach to design, he is passionate about code – the aesthetics of it, and creating maintainable and flexible solutions. He enjoys both sharing with and learning from others.

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Javier is a computer science engineer with more than 12 years of experience. Passionate about product development under agile and devops principles, having exercised the role of Scrum Master and Agile Coach for more than 10 years. His other great passion is software craftsmanship with a focus on clean code, DDD, hexagonal architecture and great testing practices.

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Jim has been developing enterprise Java web applications for over 20 years. He has spent more than 10 of those years at DonorsChoose, a charity allowing individuals to donate to classroom projects in public schools. Jim lives in Brooklyn, NY, with a cat and an extensive board game library.

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I'm a Ph.D. student in AI at the University of Belgrade. My fields of interest are machine learning, search, statistics, and data analysis. I have a strong background in programming and algorithms in general, always looking for new challenges.

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Brandon is a full stack software engineer with nearly a decade of experience. Much of his career has been building web applications backed by Spring, using both Java and Kotlin. In his free time, you'll find him outdoors snowboarding or mountain biking.

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Driven by self-improvement and self-sufficiency. Self-motivated and self-disciplined. Dependable. Minimalist perfectionist. Problem solver. Can work on and improve anything related to IT.

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Korbin is a Linux System Administrator that loves to tinker in his terminal and report his findings to the rest of the Internet. He's published hundreds of articles over the last decade, and believes that documenting and sharing knowledge is a paramount aspect of spreading the GNU/Linux gospel.