Computer Engineer, passionate about technology. Interested in development, distributed architectures and Cloud systems.
Álvaro is a passionate developer and agile enthusiast with over 18 years of experience. He now works as a Senior Software Engineer at Object Computing (OCI) , the company leading Groovy, Grails and Micronaut open-source development.
Antón is a Data Engineer at Inditex. He specializes in JVM development, performance tuning, and distributed systems. He co-organizes the Vigo and Coruña Java User Groups.
Aurea works for Red Hat developing in Java with a focus on the integration of Spring Boot & Spring Cloud technology within the Red Hat Middleware portfolio.
Developer advocate at Oracle, Denys concentrates on product development along with bringing well-designed and production-ready integration with cloud solutions.
Software Engineer at Autentia. He enjoys learning about low level programming and JVM internals.
Gytis has been working at Red Hat for the past 8 years and currently is a part of a RHOAR Spring Boot team. There he tries to adapt Red Hat technologies for Spring Boot users and to improve their experience on OpenShift and Kubernetes. He is a contributor to RHOAR, EAP, Spring Boot and other open source projects.
Iván is a Senior Software Engineer and Systems Administrator with 14 years of experience. He is a member of the Grails and Micronaut teams at Object Computing, Inc. (OCI). He discovered Grails 8 years ago and since then he develops almost exclusively using Groovy and Java. He is the creator of some well known Grails plugins like Postgresql-Extensions.
Leonard is a Java/Groovy developer and has been contributing over 15 years to open source. In 2015 Leonard took the lead of the Spock project, when the original author had to leave the project.
Marcin has been developing in Groovy since 2010. Currently based in London but has worked in other European countries in the past. He loves Open Source Software and has a strong need to give back to the community whenever possible. That’s why he’s proud to be the current project lead of Geb, a Groovy Browser automation library. In the past he contributed to many open source projects in the Groovy ecosystem and he enjoys going to conferences both as an attendee and a speaker. That’s where you will find him with a pint of good beer in hand engaged in lengthy discussions on how to make software development process and quality better.
Technical Lead in a Software Engineers team at Nexthink . Active worker for important open source projects such as OpenStack (Horizon, Keystone, Mistral, Magnum, Murano), The CentOS Project, RDO Project and Fedora Project.
Schalk describes himself as the glue man. He glues tech together to produce great pipelines so that others can flow their work. He is the author of two books on Gradle plugin development and also sits on the steering committees of both the Agile Testing Alliance and the DevOps++ Alliance. He has recently thrown his weight behind Jobble Inc. where he has already brought painful manual deployments down to multiple pain free deployments per day across multiple products.
I write Groovy code on a daily basis at Upwork.com , where I lead the CI/CD pipeline product team. I try to solve problems without writing a single line of code, but when I have to, I use Groovy, Java, or Haskell. Blogger, Stack Overflow Jedi, Toruń Java User Group founder, bedroom guitar player.
Vladimir is a technical product manager with an engineering background and deep expertise in stream processing and real-time data pipelines. Vladimir joined Hazelcast in 2016 and he is a product guy behind Hazelcast Jet streaming engine. He authored the Understanding Stream Processing DZone Refcard.