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New York City

Jon Chan

Developer, Head of Evangelism

Jon is a developer and heads evangelism efforts at Stack Overflow. He's also the founder of Bento, a tech education site. He frequently speaks on product development, tech education, and diversity.

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Jacksonville, FL

David Haney

Engineering Manager

David speaks on programming, management, and cognitive biases as they apply to hiring and decision making in the workplace. He specializes in .NET on topics such as performance and optimization, distributed caching, cloud computing, and search algorithms.

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London

Marco Cecconi

Developer

Sklivvz is a developer in the core team of Stack Overflow. He blogs on Sklivvz.com, covering computers from transistors to tech leadership. He frequently speaks on architecture, engineering and Stack Overflow.

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Winston-Salem, NC

Nick Craver

Architecture Lead

Nick is a developer and SRE on the Core and Site Reliability Engineering teams at Stack Overflow. Nick's passion is performance and efficiency through the entire stack. He does in-depth talks on infrastructure and code approaches used at Stack Overflow, including the story and reasoning behind them.

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New York City

Jeff Szczepanski

Chief Operating Officer

Jeff speaks about startups, the management and scaling of both sales teams and software development teams and how the two are much similar than you might think. His talk ‘The Developers Guide to Running a Sales Team’ can be seen here.

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Berlin, Germany

Benjamin Dumke-von der Ehe

Web Developer

Ben has worked at Stack Overflow for over five years, and has given talks on various topics such as localStorage messaging, IL code generation, and regex performance. With interests such as algorithmic unicorn generation and April 1st, he is a proponent of fun-ctional programming (and bad puns).

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New York City

Arie Litovsky

Web Developer

Arie developed the Stack Overflow mobile app while travelling around the world. He enjoys speaking on career development, mobile design (especially iOS), other cultures and languages, and turning espresso into code.

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New York City area

Dan O’Boyle

Internal Support Engineer

Dan builds tools to make internal process and procedure efficient and consistent. He worked previously in education as both an educator and technical staff. He has spoken on a variety of topics, including Google Glass, Leap Motion, Technology in Education, Django Web apps - and other past tinkerings.

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Will Cole

Director of Talent Product

Will is the Director of Product for Stack Overflow Talent. He frequently speaks about the Stack Overflow Talent product, helping recruiters understand better how to hire developers, and product development best practices.

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Atlanta, GA

Nick Larsen

Developer

Nick is developer on the data team at Stack Overflow with previous experience on the Talent team. Nick's approach is always user focused and he likes to mix a little humor into every talk.

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London

Oded Coster

Developer

Oded has been a developer since 1997 and started using Stack Overflow during its beta period. He is now working at Stack Overflow, improving the site (when not bringing it down). He talks about both the community and engineering aspects of the site.

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New York City

Matt Sherman

Engineering Manager

Matt speaks on engineering and engineering management. He specializes in recruiting, getting developers talking to salespeople, and the Go programming language. He is also the founder of Alikewise, a dating site based on books.

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UK

Marc Gravell

Developer

Marc is a developer often focusing on tools and libraries for high performance / scalability development; his talks often focus on similar subjects - in particular things like IL generation, redis (SE.Redis), database access (dapper), web scalability, and related topics

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