Speakers

Andrea Boer Project Manager, Veneto Region

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Andrea Boer has been Project Manager at the Veneto Region since 2006. He is responsible for the computerization projects of the informative system of the Veneto Region (SIRV), supporting the planning and definition of its development strategies.

Cédric Carbone CTO, Talend

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Cédric Carbone is Talend's Chief Technical Officer. Prior to joining Talend in 2006, he managed the Java practice at Neurones, a leading systems integrator in France. Cédric has also lectured at several universities on technical topics such as XML or Web Services. He holds a master's degree in Computer Science and an advanced degree in Document Engineering.

Vincenzo Caselli Co-founder RCP Vision

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Vincenzo Caselli is co-founder of RCP Vision. He is responsible for training and consultancy services as well as for the development of applications and Eclipse RCP plug-ins. Moreover he has gained valuable expertise in J2EE applications development. Since 1996 he has been working as a stand-alone consultant and Java training teacher for different Italian software providers. He started his career as a Delphi and other visual IDEs developer in enterprises using AS/400 systems. Afterwards, focusing on Java programming language, he has started to propose multi-layer Client/Server solutions to his customers. He has worked as a web developer using different frameworks (Struts, Hibernate, Spring, JSF and GWT) in different domains (banking, industry, healthcare, e-learning). He is one of the authors of "Service Oriented Architecture with Java" [Packt Publishing]. In 2006 he discovered Eclipse RCP during a working experience with IBM in a project based on Eclipse RCP and SOA. Since then, he has contributed to the improvement of the effectiveness and power of this platform. Some years later, he co-founded RCP Vision.

Ricco Deutscher Managing Director of SOPERA

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Ricco Deutscher is the managing director of SOPERA. Before joining SOPERA, Ricco Deutscher was an architecture and technology expert at McKinsey and in charge of international architecture projects. In this capacity he developed the fields of SOA and Open Source at McKinsey. In addition, Ricco Deutscher was also co-founder and president of Flatfox AG, a provider of email marketing technologies. He began his professional career as a software architect at SAP AG in Walldorf. Ricco Deutscher studied physics at the Universities of Leipzig and Moscow, and received a Doctorate in Theoretical Physics from Hanover.

Luca Devoti Sales Account Manager ISV, Micro Focus

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Luca Devoti is ISV Sales Account Manager at Micro Focus. He works with some of the largest software house in Italy, supporting them in modernizing their ERP/CRM solutions. He has also worked in Micro Focus and Acucorp, as Pre-Sales Support Representative Sn., System Engineer and Technical Support Manager.

Mario Fontana Senior Software Architect, Microsoft

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Mario Fontana is Senior Software Architect at the Developer & Platform Evangelism Division, Microsoft. He supports the company Enterprise and Partner customers in the definition of service-oriented and cloud-based architectures. From 2002 to 2007 he was Solutions Architect in Microsoft Consulting Division (MCS), being involved in the realization of software solutions for large enterprises. Mario has consolidated experience focused on the applicative security domain, in which he actively participates through various articles and his blog. Mario is member of SCOE (Microsoft Security Center of Excellence), SCRB (Microsoft Security Content Review Board) for MSDN, TechNet and Microsoft Press. Since 2008 he has been member of the track owners board, contributing to architectural issues for the European TechEd Conference and the American TechReady Conference in Seattle. In 2009 Mario founded the Italian Chapter of IASA (International Association of Software Architects), a non-profit organization for IT architects’ mentoring, networking and certification, co-responsible for the IASA Europe institution.

Alessandro Giacchino Founder and manager of BCI Italia

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Alessandro Giachino is founder and manager of BCI Italia, an IT marketing consulting firm which provides services to IT Companies on marketing, start-up and public relations activities. BCI Italia is also publisher of Toolnews magazine and organises high-level national and international events. Alessandro Giacchino provides enterprises with advisory services in software selection, tender management as well as projects and technology auditing activities. He is an affirmed Opinion Maker and author of several papers. He is used to giving conferences on the enterprise use of software and new technologies.

Stefano Linguerri JBoss Consultant

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Stefano Linguerri is a JBoss Consultant, a division of Red Hat. He has more than 10 years experience in Java Enterprise Environments, Web Computing. He is expert in middleware solutions and J2EE development. He worked mainly with open source tools and frameworks.

Antonio Majori Fouder of Spagic project
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Antonio is Senior Technical Manager at Engineering Group and founder of Spagic project. Well-experienced in the IT field, he has worked in several market sectors (industry, finance, public administration), covering several thematic areas. He has also consolidated experience in open source software as well as in middleware and business intelligence solutions. At present, he is working within the Architectures and Consulting unit, Research & Innovation Division, with a particular focus on open source and SOA/BPM project propositions. He is a member of the SpagoWorld Executive Board and Engineering Group’s representative inside the Eclipse SOA initiative.

Paolo Maresca Associate professor University Federico II of Naples (Italy)

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Paolo Maresca is associate professor of Computer Engineering at the Department of Computer and Systems Science, University Federico II of Naples (Italy). He graduated in electronic engineering at the Faculty of Engineering and took Phd in electronic engineering and computer science at same university. He is member of the AICA (Italian Association for Information Technology and Automatic Computing), as well as senior member of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers). Author of about 100 technical papers on ICT issues in refereed national and international conferences, books and journals, Paolo Maresca is also referee and associated editor of various international magazines in the Computer Science domain and coordinator of the Eclipse Italian Community. In particular, Paolo Maresca is responsible for the coordination and development of the Eclipse Italian Community and of its harmonization with the other European Eclipse communities as well as with the other open source communities. Paolo Maresca has presented several articles focused on Eclipse topics during national and international conferences, in order to spread the interest on these issues and to gather the feedback of Italian university and industrial groups. Moreover, he has held numerous seminars throughout Italy, in order to foster the cooperation between Eclipse and open source software and the development/research environments. Its commitment in this field is demonstrated by the free documentation available at http://eclipse.dis.unina.it, official website of the Eclipse Italian Community.

Ralph Müller Director of Eclipse Foundation

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Ralph Müller started working for the Eclipse Foundation in September 2005. A computer scientist by trade, he sees the main focus of his work in the exploration and building of the European Eclipse Eco System. In addition to this, he is one of the main contact points in Central Europe for companies and individuals that want to use Eclipse, provide services around Eclipse or contribute to Eclipse. Based on his past experience, he is also exploring collaboration with industries such as Automotive or Aerospace with the goal to promote the Eclipse idea into these areas.

Andrea Pianosi Marketing Programs Manager, Talend Italia

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Andrea Pianosi is Marketing Programs Manager at Talend Italia. He has gained valuable expertise in the telecommunication domain in Telettra. He has been responsible for communications in the airline domain (Memorex-Telex). Afterwards, the has been in charge of the national and EMEA Customer Care of Sun Microsystems.

Gabriele Ruffatti Founder of SpagoWorld Initiative
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Gabriele is Architectures & Consulting Services Director at Engineering Group's Technical, Innovation & Research Division. He is also head of the Big Data and Open Source Competency Centers, as well as Methodologies, Processes and Services Director at Engineering's Software Labs. In 2004 he founded the SpagoWorld initiative, which develops and manages some projects within OW2 and Eclipse Foundation. He is a member of the Board of Directors of OW2 Consortium since its inception and from 2013 to 2014 he was President of the Consortium. He actively participates in the Eclipse Foundation and he is member of the Open Source Initiative. He has served as organizational or program committee member for various conferences dealing with open source, software processes and big data. He has held senior management positions at Engineering Group in the fields of project and product management, software process improvement and design of innovative software architectures. He has lectured at Engineering's ICT Training School on software engineering & quality and he has been adjunct professor for open source software at the University of Padua, Italy. Supporter of various initiatives bringing innovation to research and education, he cooperates with research institutes, universities and students through workshops, presentations, internships and degree thesis support.

Mike Schäfer Deutsche Post DHL Architect

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Mike Schäfer is a member of the Department for Technical Architecture of Deutsche Post DHL. The department is responsible for the entire technology stack defined on the enterprise architecture level. Before joining Deutsche Post DHL, Mike Schäfer held positions as SOA and Business Rule Consultant in Germany and Switzerland with IBM ILOG and [ipt].

Oliver Wolf Product manager of SOPERA

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Oliver Wolf works for SOPERA GmbH, an open source SOA product company based out of Bonn, Germany. As an architect and product manager, he is responsible for SOPERA's core service platform and co-leads the Eclipse Swordfish project. Prior to joining SOPERA, Oliver held various positions in software architecture and IT security consulting.

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