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Saturday, August 15 • 5:20pm - 6:20pm
Past, Present, and Future of Scala: Closing Panel with Martin Odersky

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Martin Odersky

Martin is a German computer scientist and professor of programming methods at EPFL in Switzerland. He specializes in code analysis and programming languages. He designed the Scala programming language and Generic Java, and built the current generation of javac, the Java compiler. In 2007 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery. In 1989, he received his Ph.D. from ETH Zurich under the supervision of Niklaus Wirth... Read More →

Erik Osheim

Erik is a key member of Typelevel, co-author of Spire and other great Scala OSS.
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Julie Pitt

Co-Founder, Order of Magnitude Labs
As Co-Founder of Order of Magnitude Labs, Julie uses Scala to develop learning algorithms capable of producing intelligent behavior. She spent the previous 10 years developing JVM server-side applications in a variety of environments, from startups to government institutions. Most notably, she was on the team that first brought Netflix to a variety of popular platforms and launched the service internationally. Along the way, Julie made several... Read More →
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Bill Venners

President & CEO, Artima, Inc.
Bill Venners is president of Artima, Inc., publisher of Scala books and developer tools, and co-founder of Escalate Software, LLC, provider of Scala training and consulting. He is the lead developer and designer of ScalaTest, an open source testing tool for Scala and Java developers, and Scalactic, a library of utilities related to quality, and coauthor with Martin Odersky and Lex Spoon of the book, Programming in Scala.

Dick Wall

Scala Community Guy
Dick founded the Bay Area Scala Enthusiasts (BASE)— One of the first Scala user groups. Dick is also the first recipient of the Phil Bagwell Memorial Scala Community Award. He is a committer on several Scala open source projects and creator of SubCut - a dependency injection solution for Scala. Dick also is a former Google developer advocate where he taught hundreds of developers, both internal and external to Google... Read More →

Saturday August 15, 2015 5:20pm - 6:20pm
Track A

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