Programme Committee


Josef Adersberger is #cloudnativenerd, CNCF member and co-founder & CTO of QAware, a German independent cloud native software manufacturer. He studied computer science in Rosenheim and Munich and holds a doctoral degree in software engineering. He is a lecturer for cloud computing at several German universities and speaks regularly at international conferences.





Anne Currie has been in the software business for well over 20 years, working on C servers in the 90s, eCommerce in the 00s and infrastructure technology in the 10’s. She is currently based in London and the Chief Strategist for Container Solutions where she is currently focused on cloud ethics.





Lars Röwekamp is the founder and CIO New Techologies of open knowledge GmbH. He has been advising customers on international projects for more than fifteen years around the theme of enterprise and mobile computing. In his daily job Lars Röwekamp is responsible for the evaluation and rating of new technologies in context of marketability, sustainability and future viability. You can find him on Twitter at @mobileLarson.





Mike Roberts is co-founder of Symphonia, and  has been using Agile values, DevOps principles, and cloud technology for a good number of years, and enjoys how this combination, epitomised by Serverless techniques, has the power to help teams be awesome.





Joe Fay, The Register


Joe Fay is director of content, events, at Situation Publishing.

He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.





Rainald Menge-Sonnentag is an editor for heise Developer.

He has been working as a computer journalist for 20 years, covering topics in the professional IT space, mostly targeted at software developers and architects.




Julia Schmidt, Situation Publishing


Julia Schmidt works on events for Situation Publishing. Before that she wrote about all things software development, and was an engineer and software developer in the fields of machine learning, computer vision, and data compression.