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David Azarewicz (United States)

David is a hardware and software development engineer with a wide variety of experience with computers from dedicated process controllers to PCs to mainframes to supercomputers. His experience includes analog and digital hardware development, device drivers and applications.

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Joachim Benjamins (Netherlands)

joachim@mensys.nl

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Yuri Dario (Italy)

Yuri Dario started using OS/2 with 2.0 beta releases. He works as teacher and freelance software developer. He started porting unix software to OS/2 in late 90s on opensource projects like SANE, msql, mysql, and many others. He also worked on commercial software like BlueCAD, Opera, OpenOffice.org.

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  • DEV01 RPM / YUM
    Friday 16:15 Haarlemmerhoutzaal
    Saturday 13:15 Haarlemmerhoutzaal

Kees de Lezenne Coulander (Netherlands)

Following an academic education in aeronautical engineering, Kees worked at the Advanced Design Department of Fokker Aircraft for 25 years.  He initially worked on aircraft design studies, but quickly drifted into programming where he developed various programs for aircraft and engine performance prediction which were extensively used during the development of...

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Eugene Gorbunoff (Russia)

eg@ecomstation.ru

Eugene Gorbunoff represents a group of developers and designers working for the OS/2 and eComStation community since 1997. Their company, eCo Software, is known as being a developer of complex OS components and popular applications, actively developping the user interface, OS structure, security, multimedia and internet connectivity components of...

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Bjoern Hennig (Germany)

Bjoern Hennig started with OS/2 2.11 in the early 90s. In his job he is focused on Assembly Language, C/C++, Java and Python on a number of hardware platforms, including PowerPC. His main occupation currently are Linux and Microcontrollers. He is a member of the 'OS/2 User Group Dresden' and was one of the organizers of Warpstock Europe 2005.

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Uwe Hinz (Germany)

Uwe Hinz has been a member of the OS/2 User Group Dresden since 2004 and is employed at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden (IFW). Starting with Z80-Computers in 1985 for controlling experiments in materials science, he made first steps in DOS, programming with Assembler, QuickBasic, and Pascal some years later. From 1993 to 2000, he coded for a number of...

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Roderick Klein (Netherlands)

rwklein@mensys.nl

Roderick Klein has been working at Mensys, the European distributor of eComStation, since 2001. He started using OS/2 when the Warp 3 beta from IBM came out. Working on futher improving the IT infrastructure of Mensys and providing support internally and to customers, he also works on eComStation development, support, research and new projects. He is president and liason officer of VOICE, and...

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Dmitriy Kuminov (Russia)

Dmitriy has been in the OS/2 world since 1995 when he started to use it as a server machine for the school network where he worked as a teacher. In 2004, with the assistance of netlabs.org, he was hired by a Norwegian company and ported the Qt graphical toolkit version 3 to OS/2. For almost five years afterwards he worked at InnoTek (and then at Sun) on the...

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  • APP03 QT 4 / Java 6
    Friday 11:15 La Place Feestzaal
    Saturday 14:15 Haarlemmerhoutzaal

Steven Levine (United States)

steve53@earthlink.net

Steven H. Levine has been active in the computing industry for almost forty years. He has held a variety of positions emphasizing custom product development and support in both engineering and commercial environments.  Currently, he is President and Chief Technical Officer of Steven Levine and Associates, Inc. Steven became aware of OS/2 back in the 1.2 days when he...

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Keith Merrington (Netherlands)

ktmerrington@onsbrabantnet.nl

Keith Merrington has been in computing since punched cards were used as input, and computers were made from discrete components. He has worked for various computer companies such as ICL English Electric, Philips Office Computer Systems, and Philips Microprocessors both in the commercial and technical side. He built his first computer soldering the chips in by hand, back in the 80's based on a...

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Ben Rietbroek (Netherlands)

Bens first acquaintance with OS/2 was the version v1.1 EE. At that time, he did his evening-school database assignments with OS/2'a DB-Manager because it generated the SQL that satisfied his teachers. His areas of interest range from assembler and C/C++ to XML and web-related technologies like JavaScript and Ajax. He has been away for some time wondering...

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David Saville (United Kingdom)

dave@deezee.org

Dave has been messing with computers for many more years than he cares to think about. Started, as it seems many OS/2 users did, with IBM Mainframes, having been MVS Systems programmer for years, it was MVS where he got his first exposure to REXX. He "speaks" Fortran, BAL (IBM Assembler), REXX, C, Perl & various Unix shell scripts and has a nodding acquaintance with several more...

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Silvan Scherrer (Switzerland)

Silvan Scherrer started using OS/2 with Warp 3 releases. He works as chief technical officer at AROA Informatik AG. At early 2008 he started to port software to OS/2 on opensource projects like Samba, Lucide, Smplayer, QBittorrent and many others. He also works as projectmanager for Qt 4 port, OpenJDK6 and some smaller projects.

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  • APP03 QT 4 / Java 6
    Friday 11:15 La Place Feestzaal
    Saturday 14:15 Haarlemmerhoutzaal

Gerrit Schoenmaker (Netherlands)

Studying Biology at the Free University in Amsterdam, Gerrit Schoenmakerhas specialized in Microbiology. After getting his master degree he did scientificresearch for several years as a PhD student on membrane bound hydrogen generating enzyme systems in bacteria. After about 4 years of scientific work he changed his life style and took over his parent's dairy farm. In the early 90's he became a...

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Alex Taylor (Canada)

http://users.socis.ca/~ataylo00/

Alex Taylor has been involved with eComStation development and support for over ten years.  Besides assorted OS/2 programming, his particular interests include networking, interface design, fonts and software internationalization. He currently lives and works in Japan.

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