Software conference in Paris
It's about programming
but also about experience and feedback
It's not only about technologies
but also about practices
It's not only about software craftsmanship
but also about learning and exchanges for everyone
It's not only about business and applications
but mainly about peopleIn other words, it's a software conference for developers by developers. We love crafting software with art, passion and technology and share it with everyone.
The conference offers attendees the chance to move between 2 separate tracks, small workshops and off-talk activities during the two days.
There will be also an additional pre-conference day with workshops from some of our speakers (separate ticket).
Mathias Verraes is a programmer, consultant, blogger, and trainer. He advises companies on building enterprise applications for complex business domains, and on dealing with legacy systems. He has advised for clients in Automotive, Government, Logistics, Finance, E-Commerce, Web, and more. He teaches Domain-Driven Design courses and organises the DDD Belgium community. When he’s not working, he’s at home in Kortrijk, Belgium, helping his two sons build crazy Lego train tracks.
Developer and creator of many things OSS, his passions includes Web Development and Software Architecture. Has authored a couple of books, a few courses and has been speaking at industry events for nearly 15 years. Currently at JetBrains leading the Developer Advocacy team. Spends as much time as he can writing code.
A 360° consultant in the Information Technology field. Asserting that problems cannot be solved with the same mindset that originated them, Alberto switches perspective frequently assuming the architect, mentor, coach, manager or developer point of view. He’s a frequent speaker in software development related conferences in Italy and across Europe, since rumors spread about his funny attitude. Besides consulting and running Avanscoperta, he’s also a trainer for UK based company Skills Matters where he teaches Domain-Driven Design. He’s also the founder of the Italian Domain-Driven Design community and of the Italian Stoos Satellite, and actively participates in debates about agile software development, lean management and new ways for entrepreneurship and collaboration.
Tomas is a computer scientist, finishing his PhD at the University of Cambridge. He has been using F# since the early Microsoft Research versions many years ago. He is the author of the popular (and F#-centric) book Real World Functional Programming, and has written numerous articles and StackOverflow answers. He has been a Microsoft C# MVP since 2004. He is also a frequent speaker at F# and .NET events, and a founding member of the F# Foundation. He is the creator of the FSharp.Formatting library and has made major contributions to libraries such as FSharp.Data and Deedle.
Phil is an active member of the software development community, regularly attending and speaking at user groups and conferences, blogging and contributing to open source projects. He is a co-organizer of the London F# User Group and a founding member of the F# Foundation. He has written a number of popular F# libraries, such as Foq and TickSpec. He is also working with Tomas on a new book, F# Deep Dives.
Mathias Brandewinder has been developing software on .NET for about 10 years, and loving every minute of it, except maybe for a few release days. His language of choice was C#, until he discovered F# and fell in love with it. He enjoys arguing about code and how to make it better, and gets very excited when discussing TDD or F#. His other professional interests include math, forecasting, machine learning and probability. Mathias is a Microsoft F# MVP and the founder of Clear Lines Consulting. He is based in San Francisco, blogs at www.clear-lines.com/blog, and can be found on Twitter as @brandewinder.
Jérémie Chassaing is the author of thinkbeforecoding, a blog dedicated to Domain Driven Design, CQRS and Event Sourcing.
Funder of Hypnotizer in 1999, creator of a solution for interactive video, and BBCG in 2004, editor of PixVillage, a P2P photo sharing software. Joined Siriona in 2007 as an architect with former associates to enhance Availpro, a channel manager for independent hotels, to increase scalability and reliability to match its rapid growth.
Member of the advisory board for Microsoft Patterns & Practices book about CQRS and Event Sourcing: “A CQRS Journey” (http://cqrsjourney.github.io) and active member of the F# community.
Software craftsman, co-founder of Codurance, author of The Software Craftsman, and founder of the London Software Craftsmanship Community (LSCC). Sandro has been coding since a very young age but only started his professional career in 1996. He has worked for startups, software houses, product companies, international consultancy companies, and investment banks. During his career Sandro had the opportunity to work in a good variety of projects, with different languages, technologies, and across many different industries. Sandro has a lot of experience in bringing the Software Craftsmanship ideology and Extreme Programming practices to organisations of all sizes. Sandro is internationally renowned by his work on evolving and spreading Software Craftsmanship and is frequently invited to speak in many conferences around the world. His professional aspiration is to raise the bar of the software industry by helping developers become better at and care more about their craft.
Danish programmer and author. Creator, and benevolent dictator of various Open Source Software projects, of which AutoFixture seems to be the most popular. Author of Dependency Injection in .NET, and hundreds of blog posts. Pluralsight author of the top 10 hit Encapsulation and SOLID, as well as other popular courses. Occasional Twitter user.
Foodie, wino, horrible guitarist, book lover, and once-wannabe-artist.
Steffen Forkmann works as a Software Developer on large billing systems and therefore has great experience in applying functional concepts to real-world applications.
Steffen is a very active part in the F# open source community and works on projects like FAKE - F# Make and Paket.
He is a co-founder of the german “.NET Online User Group” and started the “Rhein/Ruhr Functional Programming UserGroup”.
Scott has over 20 years experience in development, design and architecture, covering all aspects of business software. He has a MA in math from Cambridge University.
He is the creator of one of the leading F# web sites, fsharpforfunandprofit.com, and the author of the forthcoming book Understanding Functional Programming.
In addition to functional programming, he has had a lot of experience with object-oriented design principles, having used and written about Smalltalk for many years.
"Pragmatic architect" working on low latency trading systems at SG CIB for more than 9 years now (after 7 years of web development), Thomas likes to understand how things are working under the hood. eXtreme Programmer since 2005 and obsessed by use cases (Vs. solution-driven approaches), he enjoys to demonstrate at work that Domain Driven Design is fully compliant with the low latency space.
Speaker, Brown Bag luncher, Software Craftsman addicted to coding dojos,Thomas is also the creator of NFluent: a (Fest-assert like) .NET open source library.
Bruno has over 20 experience in development. He has a long experience as developer in Investment Banking. He dives in Extreme Programing in 2005.
He spent a while on parallel programming from CPU to GPU. He is now an agile coach and software craftsman. He leverages different teams in their agile transformation. His aim is to help them to progress in the following areas like TDD, Refactoring and BDD with some seeds of DDD.
Speaker, Software Craftsman addicted to coding dojos, Bruno is co-founder of learn.tocraft.fr which is a training offer for developers by developers.
Paul Stack is a London based developer. 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.
Been working for a while, with functional and dysfunctional languages, my current favorites being those with a lot of parenthesis or those wearing a moustache and sporting a slight swedish accent. My interests and work revolve around distributed systems and biggish data, and I get to indulge in both at Criteo, working on everything streamy and clusterish.
Developer with passion for more than 12 years in startups, software vendors and banks, Cyrille is co-founder and technical director of Arolla, a company specializing in software development.
Still addicted to development, he dedicates a large part of his energy for clients, hands-on in the code, yet also deeply involved in the business analysis in finance.
Passionate about design in every aspect (TDD, BDD, DDD), he also founded the Paris Software Craftsmanship community.
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