The art of software engineering
Welcome to Luminis’ DevCon; our 3rd annual “for developers by developers” IT conference. On April 6th 2017 we’ve celebrated the art of software engineering at the CineMec Venue in Ede. Thank you all for this great developers day! We enjoyed the positive atmosphere and conversations. See you next time!
The videos of all the DevCon sessions are published on our YouTube channel.
Alix Rübsaam is researcher on Posthumanism and philosophy of technology. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam and currently working at the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis.
Her presentations cover a broad range of topics amongst which disruption, HR and Artificial Intelligence, whereby the emphasis is always on the intersection of computers and humans.
Hans Bossenbroek is one of the founders and Chief Executive of Luminis. After a long career working for consultancy organisations and doing freelance jobs, Hans concluded that the potential of IT, the inherent complexity of software engineering and the power of innovation can only be unlocked by harnessing the power of the collective. It may seem strange, but this coincides with his love for jazz music, diving and mountaineering. They all build upon the aptitude, discipline and persistence of the individual in a team.
This complex reality is aptly described by Neil Young: “It’s better to burn out than to fade away”.
Angelo van der Sijpt
Angelo is a Fellow at Luminis, with a specialty in Connected Devices and Security. He has experience in technology as an engineer and architect, ranging from Java to Ruby to iOS with some agile coaching thrown in for good measure. Nowadays, his main question is “are we providing what our customer needs,” both in starting and ongoing projects. Angelo is active in consulting, architecting, engineering, coaching and training in all parts of the software engineering process, and is inordinately proud of his Wireshark skills.
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Contact & Location
DevCon 2017 will take place at the CineMec Venue
in Ede, The Netherlands.
It is a great venue for conferences, easily accessible
by car and public transport.
Laan der Verenigde Naties 150
6716 JE, Ede