CEO at Python Academy CEO, Python Trainer, Serial PyCon Chair.
Mike Müller has been using Python as his primary programming language since 1999. He is a Python trainer and the CEO at Python Academy (www.python-academy.com).
He teaches a wide variety of Python topics including "Introduction to Python", "Python for Scientists and Engineers", "Advanced Python" as well as "Optimization and Extensions of Python Programs".
He is the chairman of the Python Software Verband e.V., a PSF fellow, a PSF community service award holder, User Group co-founder. He chaired EuroSciPy 2008 and 2009, PyCon DE 2011 and 2012 as well as EuroPython 2014 in Berlin, Germany.
Technical interests: Education, Science, Performance, Jupyter/iPython Notebook, Functional Programming
Harald Armin Massa
Managing owner of 2ndQuadrant Deutschland GmbH
Harald studied computers and economics, he's self employed since 1999, doing software development in Python and focused on databases; He's a presenter and trainer and managing owner of 2ndQuadrant Deutschland since spring 2011.
He is also known as LightningTalkMan, the moderator who has the SuperPower to make your conference awesome.
Senior Data Scientist at Blue Yonder GmbH
After my PhD in physics I realized in my first job as a Data Scientist at Blue Yonder www.blue-yonder.com, that it takes a lot more than just software and algorithms to deliver value to the customers.
That's when I dived into configuration management, application lifecycle and the design, development and operation of distributed systems in general.
Full-stack Software Engineer, ski enthusiast, jet setter and foodie
Angela is a full-stack Software Engineer, ski enthusiast, jet setter and foodie. She has been spending the last few years developing financial software applications, and isthe Founder and CEO of Proximistyle, a RetailTech company that helps you find what you're looking for nearby.
Previously Angle was devleoping full-stack trading system applications in Python, React and NodeJS, managing some trading system modernisation projects, and helping out with Code Camps.
Ex-almost-mathematician, I moved to economics just in time to not sound too cool, today I'm a researcher.
I started studying Python for fun, as an apparently harmless curiosity, but along the years it has become more and more difficult for me to keep it from intruding into my working life, and today I'm definitely addicted (and contagious).,
Science, Science Track, Scientific Libraries (Numpy/Pandas/SciKit/...)
Data scientist at Oxipit
Darius is a winner of multiple kaggle.com data science competitions (https://www.kaggle.com/raddar)
My working experience mostly involves credit risk modelling applying econometric and machine learning methods. Throughout the years I have gained expert knowledge of credit bureau systems and products, created and validated numerous statistical and machine learning models, including:
Bankruptcy and default models for Lithuanian SMEs (most widely used in Lithuania);
Generic credit risk models of individuals of Lithuania and Belarus;
Multiple models for micro-financing institutions and P2P lending platforms;
Experienced Software Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Skilled in Open Source Software, Python, Web Applications, and Linux System Administration. Strong engineering professional with a Bachelor of Science (BS) focused in Electrical engineering, Telecommunications from Univerza v Ljubljani.