Dave AbrahamsFounding Member, Boost.orgPrincipal, Boost Consulting
Dave is a founding member of Boost.org and an active participant in the ISO C++ standards committee. His broad range of experience in industry includes shrink-wrap software development, embedded systems design and natural language processing. He has authored eight Boost libraries and has made contributions to numerous others.
Chris Aniszczyk is a software architect by trade with a passion for software evangelism, open source and building communities. He sits on the Eclipse Foundation's Board of Directors representing the committer community.
Jim BowringAsst. Professor of Computer ScienceCollege of Charleston
Dr. James F. Bowring teaches software architecture, design, engineering, and testing. He is also founder and principal investigator of the Cyber Infrastructure Research and Development Lab for the Earth Sciences.
Steve Graham is a Senior Technologist focused on applying Web 2.0 concepts such as REST, Mashups and Ajax to deliver Service Oriented Infrastructures (SOI). Steve has been working on SOA since 1999 at EMC, IBM and the University of Chicago.
Shawn Hartsock has consulted on Java technologies like Groovy/Grails and the Spring Framework providing expertise as an experienced Java developer and architect. Shawn has also been sought after as a speaker at user groups and conferences across the US on topics such as DevOps, Java development best practices, Cloud Computing, Grails development practices, Groovy programming, and Java applications in Cloud Computing and Virtualized environments.
Jeff KiblerTechnical Consultant and Community LiaisonInfobright
Jeff Kibler serves as a technical consultant and community liaison at Infobright, the first columnar, open-source analytics database. In this role, Jeff works with community members frequently to help define their database needs and the best technology fit among the many databases on the market today.