Codemotion’s Advisory Board is our tech soul: they will be our Fantastic 5, thesuper gurus that will make the conference even more cool.
The main role of the F5 is to bring value to Codemotion with their professional know-how and with their experience as speakers in international conferences, but most of all because they are huge Codemotion fans.
So far, Codemotion hasn’t had an Advisory Board. The agenda was created by the founders of Codemotion Team with the valuable help of the developers communities. Together with the developers communities, the Advisory Board members will pick the most interesting contents among all the proposals we receive in order to build Codemotion’s agenda. This is a tough job because we always receive many interesting proposals. Their challenge will be to contribute to the realization of a balanced and engaging agenda with high level speakers.
Very challenging goals were set for this year and the F5 will help us to get there! Now, let’s introduce our Advisory Board.
Jacopo Romei dedicates most of his time helping companies improve their productivity while making teamwork an enjoyable experience.
He grew up as an entrepreneur, worked in big corporations and is experimenting a new breed of company governance. He loves travelling, sailing, photography, MTB, Arduino and books even if most of his spare time is spent with his a cappella rock band. Here’s why he accepted our invitation: “Because I wanna be in the eye of the european nerd storm. Lots to come, lots to learn!”
ICT professional with over 15 years of experience in software design and development and project management. His insane passion for videogames brought him to be well known throght the Italian and international game developer communities. In the last four years he has been trying to create a link between Italian game developers and investors, organizing dedicated events as barcamps and the local venues for the most important international game jams like the Global Game Jam and the Indie Speed Run. He is a co-founder and Game Developer Area manager at Codemotion and gaming specialized mentor for Innovaction Lab.
Simone Bordet is a Jetty Committer, the CometD project leader and works as Lead Architect at Webtide, now part of Intalio. Active open source developer, he founded and contributed to various open source projects such as Jetty, CometD, MX4J, Foxtrot, LiveTribe, and others. Simone has been technical speaker at various national and international conferences and is a co-lead of the Java User Group of Torino, Italy. Simone is specialized in server-side multi-thread development, J2EE application development, Comet technologies applied to web development, web network protocols and in high performance JVM tuning. According to Simone’s words: “Codemotion is a great conference to meet companies but also students, to be exposed to technologies you are less familiar to, to learn, attending sessions given by great speakers. Codemotion is a refreshing breath of geeky air. Totally recommended.”
Ugo Landini works daily as a Software Architect for an important multinational corporation. He dedicates the rest of his time to what’s new in the IT field and is strongly convinced that sharing knowledge is not only a must but also an opportunity of personal growth: co-founder of the JUG Roma, Landini takes part to open source projects, develops games for mobile devices and is convinced he can still play a decent soccer. He is Co-Founder and Chair of Technical Committee at Codemotion. “I was not enthusiast of any technical conference, so I decided to make mine. I would have loved to name it GREP, but the name Codemotion was more popular. Democracy is important”, remembers Ugo.Back to news list