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April 23, 2020
Postponed to November 19, 2020

Why we decided to postpone

Goranka Bjedov

Goranka Bjedov

Performance Advocate

Known for her technical achievements and her refreshing wit, Goranka Bjedov worked as a capacity engineer at Facebook where she was responsible for making sure there are enough servers to handle everything Facebook users want to post, upload, find or otherwise engage with. Most of her time was spent analyzing performance and assessing risks. Her industry career also included a performance engineering position at Google, Network Appliance and AT&T Labs. She is a frequent keynote speaker at performance related conferences and workshops.

Prior to joining industry, Goranka was a tenured faculty at Schools of Engineering at Purdue University, teaching mostly programming classes and conducting research in large-scale computer parallelism. She co-authored two textbooks and numerous papers, and was a publication chair for Frontiers in Education conference for a decade. In that role, she co-wrote the software for the first complete Web-based conference proceedings production in 1995. She has served on Anita Borg Scholarship committee while at Google and has been 2014 Grace Hopper Celebration Software Engineering Track Co-Chair and 2015 Grace Hopper Celebration Career Track Co-Chair.

Right now, her time is spent walking and biking different trails around the world. And, when she is back in Silicon Valley, she frequently talks to and consults/advised a number of different startups, working in areas of machine learning, mobile development, performance engineering and health related advances.

Lukas Weichselbaum

Lukas Weichselbaum

Security Engineer at Google

Lukas is a staff information security engineer at Google with 10+ years of industry experience who frequently speaks at international infosec and developer conferences. He's passionate about securing web applications from common web vulnerabilities and leads the Google-wide Content Security Policy (CSP) adoption effort. Before joining Google, Lukas worked as a Security Consultant and graduated (M.Sc.) from Vienna University of Technology in Austria where he researched dynamic analysis of Android malware and founded Andrubis - one of the very first large scale malware analysis platforms for Android applications.

Jemima Abu

Jemima Abu

Self-taught Front End Developer

Jemima Abu is a self-taught Front End Developer and school-taught Systems Engineer from Lagos, Nigeria.

She currently works at Telesoftas, a software company based in Lithuania. She is an avid advocate for diversity and intersectionality in technology and accessibility in web development.

She gives back to the tech community by speaking at conferences, volunteering at organizations geared towards diversity in the techspace and teaching web development classes to beginners every other weekend.

She's also a huge nerd, slightly obsessed with cats and can usually be found on her laptop, coding or watching slice-of-life anime.

Rob Bateman

Rob Bateman

The Away Foundation

Web obsessive graphics geek Rob Bateman is founder and organiser of The Away Foundation, a non-profit company that creates freely available resources for use by web professionals. He started out by co-creating The Away3D engine in 2007, and has been developing and promoting open source tools and libraries ever since. These days, the libraries produced by his company are used by thousands of organisations and freelancers around the world to power graphically rich interactive experiences and games.

Sebastian Golasch

Sebastian Golasch

Specialist Senior Manager Software Developer at Deutsche Telekom

Sebastian works as a “Specialist Senior Manager Software Developer” at Deutsche Telekom, after some time developing backend applications with Java and PHP he became a citizen of the JavaScript world. Recently he´s getting his hands dirty with Python and Rust. For the last six years Sebastian tries to improve our lives, working on Deutsche Telekoms Smart Home platform Qivicon.

Famous last words: “If I would’ve wanted to work in ‘Enterprise’, I’d have joined Starfleet…”

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