Conference Program

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, (Dienstag, 30.Januar 2024)
15:00 - 15:45
KeyDi 2
KEYNOTE:Intel AI everywhere – what Intel can offer you to start your AI journey
KEYNOTE:Intel AI everywhere – what Intel can offer you to start your AI journey

-Intel AI everywhere – what Intel can offer you to start your AI journey 

-Intel – Intro to Intel LiftOff AI program for startups 

-live demo

-Unlock the Full Potential of Your Code and Data with GenAI with demo

-Running your own LLM in the Intel Developer Cloud - Best Practices 

-Q&A

Walter Riviera is AI Technical Specialist EMEA Lead at Intel.
Walter joined Intel in 2017 as an AI TSS (Technical Solution Specialist) covering EMEA and he’s now playing an active role on most of the AI project engagements within the Data Centers business in Europe. He is responsible for increasing Technical and business awareness regarding the Intel AI Offer, enabling and provide technical support to end user customers, ISVs, OEMs, Partners in implementing HPC and/or Clouds solutions for AI based on Intel’s products and technologies.  Before joining Intel Walter has collected research experiences working on adopting ML techniques to enhance images retrieval algorithms for robotic applications, conducting sensitive data analysis in a start-up environment and developing software for Text To Speech applications.

Ralph de Wargny ist Business Development Manager für die Intel Software & Services Group, verantwortlich für die Region Zentral- und Süd-Europa sowie Mittleren Osten und Afrika. Er berät Software- und Industrie- Unternehmen zu den Themen Softwareentwicklung, Optimierung, Parallele Programmierung, Werkzeuge und Methoden. Er hat über 10 Jahre internationale Erfahrung in der IT-Industrie in Firmen wie Intel, Tech Mahindra aus Indien, Business Objects und Compaq Computer.

Michail brings a background in software engineering, blockchain, and database systems to the company, developed through his experience at top financial institutions such as Commerzbank and BNP Paribas.

Michail holds a PhD in Computer Science from University College London, where he specialised in big data systems, evolutionary optimisation for software development, and blockchain technology. He was instrumental in implementing Commerzbank's first blockchain proof of concept and was part of a consulting team at BNP Paribas that applied data science and innovative technologies to solve internal data inconsistencies.

Thomas Endres arbeitet in der Rolle eines Managing Partners als IT-Consultant für TNG Technology Consulting in München. Mit dem TNG-Innovation-Hacking-Team entwickelt er verschiedene Prototypen – darunter verschiedene KI-Prototypen und AR/VR-Showcases. Als Intel Software Innovator und Black Belt präsentiert er weltweit neue Technologien wie KI, AR/VR und Robotik. Dafür erhielt er unter anderem einen JavaOne Rockstar-Award und mehrere Best Speaker Awards.

Jonas Mayer ist Senior Consultant bei TNG Technology Consulting. Als Kopf des Innovation Hacking Teams liegt sein Fokus auf der Entwicklung von Prototypen und Showcases, die innovative Technologien in Soft- und Hardware erlebbar machen. So arbeitete er seit 2018 an verschiedensten Projekten, wie zum Beispiel Echtzeit-Deepfakes, einer LLM Shitposting-KI oder autonom fliegenden Minidrohnen.
Vor seiner Zeit bei TNG studierte Jonas Informatik: Games Engineering an der TU München. Mehr Informationen findet man auf innovation-hacking.com. 

Walter Riviera, Ralph de Wargny, Michail Basios, Thomas Endres, Jonas Mayer
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Walter Riviera, Ralph de Wargny, Michail Basios, Thomas Endres, Jonas Mayer
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Track: Keynote
Vortrag: KeyDi 2
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, (Mittwoch, 31.Januar 2024)
15:45 - 16:30
KeyMi 2
KEYNOTE: AI assisted programming is only the beginning
KEYNOTE: AI assisted programming is only the beginning

While AI-assisted programming tools like GitHub Copilot have gained popularity and acceptance within the developer community, they represent just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the potential of AI in software development. In this keynote, Daniel will shed light on why the present moment is the perfect time for developers to immerse themselves in creating AI applications. Furthermore, he will provide insights into the next steps developers should take to stay ahead in this rapidly evolving field.

Daniel Meixner is an App Innovation Specialist at Microsoft and works with cloud architectures, developer tools, AI, and intelligent applications. In various roles - from developer to evangelist - he has experienced the “good, bad, and ugly” of software development extensively and from various perspectives.

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Daniel Meixner
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Vortrag: KeyMi 2
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, (Donnerstag, 01.Februar 2024)
12:00 - 12:45
KeyDo 1
KEYNOTE: A Commune in the Ivory Tower: A New Approach to Architecture
KEYNOTE: A Commune in the Ivory Tower: A New Approach to Architecture

I’m an architect, and I think a lot about architecture. Mostly I think about how irrelevant architecture is if it doesn’t get shipped to production. I worry a lot too. I worry about how to help all the teams I’m supposed to be helping, without slowing them down, getting in their way, or making their lives harder rather than easier.

Traditional (i.e. hands-off, blessed-few) approaches to architecture rarely (if ever) work. But in the world of microservices, autonomous teams, and continuous delivery, architecture is more important than ever. Is there an alternative?

This keynote will introduce you to a method and an associated set of practices which do away with the traditional idea of “Architects” while bringing the practice of “Architecture” to the fore. I’ll explain how everyone can become an architect, without things reducing to chaos (though there might well be a healthy dose of anarchy).

Andrew Harmel-Law is an overenthusiastic tech principal for Thoughtworks, where he specializes in domain-driven design, Java/JVM technologies, Agile delivery, build tools and automation, and organization design. He’s motivated by the efficient delivery of large-scale software solutions, and he understands that people, architecture, process, and tooling all have key roles to play in achieving this. His experience spans the software development lifecycle across many sectors including government, banking, and ecommerce. Andrew also has a passion for open-source software and its communities, and he enjoys open-sourcing his code. He’s been involved with OSS as a user, contributor, expert group member, and paid advocate – most notably as one of the Jenkins Job DSL originators. He shares his experiences through consulting, mentoring, writing blog posts, and speaking at and organizing conferences.

Andrew Harmel-Law
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Andrew Harmel-Law
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Vortrag: KeyDo 1
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15:45 - 16:30
KeyDo 2
KEYNOTE: The Boeing 737 MAX: When Humans and Technology Don't Mix
KEYNOTE: The Boeing 737 MAX: When Humans and Technology Don't Mix

In 2011, realizing it desperately needed to offer a competitive product to Airbus’ A320neo, Boeing embarked on a project to upgrade its legendary 737 aircraft to match the A320neo’s efficiency. Limited by the constraints of the 737’s original design and their desire to minimize training needed by pilots to fly the new aircraft, Boeing made multiple critical compromises in the aircraft’s design. 346 deaths and $87 billion later, we have all been reminded of the importance of rigorous design processes and the need to engineer systems for the realities of the end users and their environment. This talk dives into the motivations for the design compromises, the human factors considerations that were disregarded, and how a Fortune 100 company’s prioritization of profit over good design practice led to its stunning fall from grace.

Dr. Kyle Kotowick is the founder of a Canadian consulting and development firm focusing on cloud infrastructure, security, and Internet-of-Things implementations for high-growth clients. He completed his Ph.D. in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, joint with the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He has served as a consultant, systems architect, and developer for global firms, startups, and universities; as a Lead Engineer for the Government of Canada; and as a researcher for military navigation systems and for life support systems in space.

Kyle Kotowick
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Kyle Kotowick
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Vortrag: KeyDo 2
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