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Speaker: Michael Schloh von Bennewitz


Michael Schloh von Bennewitz is a computer scientist specializing in network engineering, embedded design, and mobile platform development. Responsible for research, development, and maintenance of packages in several community software repositories, he actively contributes to the Opensource development community.

Michael speaks four languages fluently and presents at technical events every year. He has presented for groups including Cable & Wireless, Nokia, Mozilla, Ubuntu, ARIN, Droidcon, AstriCon, Minix, the Mobile World Congress, and Dockercon. His speaking style is humorous, using gestures and good eye contact, and he writes public online slide decks in HTML5.

Michael's IoT knowledge profits from years of work at telecoms and relationships with industry leaders. He is a Intel innovator, Samsung partner, and Mozilla contributor with the mandate to promote IoT technology.

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Hong Phuc, originally from Vietnam. She is also the founder of FOSSASIA, an initiative in Asia bringing together an inspiring community across borders and ages to form a better future with Open Technologies and ICT. Hong Phuc organizes events like the annual FOSSASIA summit since 2009 and puts together Science Hack days across the region in Vietnam, Dubai and China.

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