We are glad to share with you some thoughts of our amazing speakers from Datafication Stage: Anders Lybecker, Cloud architect catalyst engineer at Microsoft Peter Senna Tschudin, Founder at a new cloud computing company and Chris Raastad, Software Developer – North America at TransferWise
I really look forward to presenting my talk about learnings when designing and building solutions with the distributed open source platform Service Fabric.
Service Fabric is the underlying platform many of the PaaS and SaaS services in Microsoft’s cloud platform Azure.
I’m a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft and an expert in cloud architectures with Microsoft Azure.
Besides my Microsoft job, I’m an active member in the development community. I co-lead Copenhagen .NET user group and the Azure Denmark user group, arrange conferences and teach workshops.
I’m motivated by sharing. Discussing with like-minded software craftsmen like you is my driving force.
That is why, I speak and attend conferences and meetups. Being inspired by the presenters, but the best part of conferences and meetups are the hallway discussions.
This is an open invitation to anyone to stop me in the hallway and discuss software solution.
You convinced me to your guest speaker!
In all, I love speaking at conferences. It’s a great feeling being on stage and connecting with a room full of people. It’s even better when people very interested in the topic come to you afterwards and continue the conversation. I enjoy meeting the other speakers. It’s a great way to show the world what makes it great to work at TransferWise.
I was ~7000th user in TransferWise. We almost onboard that many customers in one day! I was so passionate about the company I joined as a developer as soon as I was hireable. It’s been an increadible journey going from 150 to 1000 people, from one application to 500+ github repositories. The company completely reinvents itself every 1-2 years. I can’t emphasise enough how great the environment is here. There are so much technology changes going from a small to medium to large to global company, every week is a learning experience seeing what other engineers are doing in our offices all around the world. We’re literally changing the world of money transfer and having fun along the way.
Hello over there! I look forward to meeting you all! 🙂
I liked what I saw on previous editions and I really wanted to be part of the event.
My career did interesting turns since 2011. The Linux kernel is the largest software development project on the planet with over 20 million lines of code and an amazing rate of 8 new patches merged every single hour translating to 5789 patches per month. Deciding to join the kernel community was the single most important professional decision I ever made. The Linux kernel community is awesome! I learned how an online opensource community can change the world, and I’m applying my findings to cloud computing.
Never give up your dreams, and work with what you love. A friend of my dad changed career the day he son was born: from being a musician that he loved, to be an accountant that seemed safe and responsible. Twenty years later, he was fifty and got fired. Failing on his job was devastating for him. So if you can fail doing what is safe, you can for sure fail doing what you do love as well.