en pl Paula Januszkiewicz – MVP Security Tomasz Onyszko – Microsoft Michał Bojko Grzegorz Tworek – MVP Security Marcin Szeliga – MVP SQL Marek Adamczuk – MVP SQL Bartłomiej Graczyk - MCT Jessica Moss - MVP SQL BI Paweł Potasiński – MVP SQL Bartosz Pampuch - MVP Szymon Pobiega Szymon Kobalczyk - MVP Tomasz Wiśniewski Andy Malone - MVP Security Marcin Najder Łukasz Grala Maciej Pilecki - MVP SQL Sander Berkouwer - MVP Thomas Shinder - MVP Krzysztof Koźmic Freena Eijffinger Krzysztof Pietrzak - MCT Christopher Davis - MVP
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Here is the list of the speakers who had already confirmed their virtual presence.
Marek Adamczuk - MVP SQL
Graduate of the University of Maria Curie-Skłodowska in Lublin, faculty of physics. For 11 years he has been cooperating with Asseco Business Solutions (former Softlab) at implementations of ERP systems. Participating in planning the architecture of business systems of Asseco BS'customers. Currently manages the Quality Department. Active member and the PLSSUG Warsaw speaker. He is interested in a classical music. He plays on the classical guitar and on the violin. From July 2009 holds Microsoft Most Valuable Professional title (MVP) in SQL Server category.

Sander Berkouwer - MVP
As the lead architect at OGD in the Netherlands, Sander designs and implements a lot of Active Directory environments. For a company with roughly 700 employees, best practices and reference architectures are eminent success criteria and Sander has developed these for OGD in the past years. To help others benefit from this information as well, Sander blogs and presents on various Active Directory related topics. For two years, Microsoft has awarded him a Microsoft MVP award in Directory Services.

Michał Bojko – MCTS, MCITP
Currently working as a project manager at Starsoft SharePoint Competencies Center. Projects managed by Michal are focused on production and delivery of complex Information Management systems on SharePoint platform. Michal is involved in IT since 2000, working as IT trainer, developer, designer, analyst, process engineer and project manager. His adventure with Microsoft begun in 2003, and now his main area of expertise is SharePoint 2007/2010, Project Server 2007/2010 and SQL Server 2005. Michal Bojko is also strongly involved in production and project management processes development. He holds few Microsoft Certififed Technology Specialist certificates.

Christopher J. W. Davis
Websites - www.Malwareremoval.com www.cjwdavis.co.uk & http://phpbb-help.essexhosting.com/helpforum/index.php
Occupation : Commercial Accountant www.robert-leonard.com
Other interests:
Business manager for www.phpbb.com forum software.
Church Steward for Trinity Methodist Church - www.trinity-westcliff.org
Microsoft Consumer Security MVP for 5 years.

Freena Eijffinger
(Surface evangelist and entrepreneur), Owner of Freena.nl
Freena has a background in IT for over 10 years and graduated cum laude for her Bachelor degree in Information Technology in The Netherlands. The last two years she is mainly occupied with everything involving Microsoft Surface. She is also a speaker at conferences (incl. TechEd EMEA, DevDays, SDN) and gives training at schools about application development for NUI platforms. In The Netherlands she is a role-model for young girls with an ambition in ICT and she motivates them by speaking at public schools. Currently she is involved in her lifetime project in helping people with autism by means of multitouch. Freena proved girls can be real geeks by winning the Guitar Hero competition at last years TechEd EMEA convention and DevDays.

Bartłomiej Graczyk - MCT
Participant of many IT projects, SQL Server consultant and architect with special consideration of the high availability. Author of SQL Server 2000/2005/2008 programming solutions created for the purposes of the largest international and Polish companies, fe. Mars Poland, Polskapresse. Initiator Microsoft offline gorup in Lodz. From 2007 Microsoft Certified Trainer. Author of articles to IT magazines. Certification held: MCT, MCITP: Database Administrator, Database Developer, MCDBA, MCSE, MCSA

Łukasz Grala - MCT, MCITP
Łukasz is Independent consultant (Database, Data Mining, and Business Intelligence), projects manager and trainer (MCT). Certification: Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), MCITP: Database Administrator: SQL Server, SQL Server 2008, Developer SQL Server, SQL Server 2008, Developer Business Intelligence. His passions are information technology (database, data mining, data warehouse, Business Intelligence, operations research, theory of computation, ERP) and jazz. It is a leader PLSSUG (Polish SQL Server User Group) Poznan.
Speaker at many computer conference and meetings IT community. Writes technical blogs: PowerPivot’s Blog and SQL Research.

Paula Januszkiewicz - (IT Security Auditor), CEO in CQURE
Paula is Enterprise Security MVP and active trainer (MCT). She conducted many IT security audits and penetration tests. She is also a speaker on many well-known conferences (incl. TechEd, CyberCrime) and writes articles on Windows Security. The trainings and workshops she conducts usually cover Security, Virtualization, Windows system topics. Paula is passionate about sharing her knowledge with others. She is the leader of Women in Technology community group in Poland and she organizes Warsaw Girl Geek Dinners. Having her Master of Science in Computer Science, Paula speaks also on scientific conferences about organizational security, security policy and risk management methodologies. In private, she enjoys researching new technologies which she usually publishes on her blog http://blogs.technet.com/plwit

Szymon Kobalczyk - (MVP)
Szymon for 7 years has been using .NET technologies mostly concentrating on user interface design for Smart Client and web applications. His current focus is set on building solutions based on Windows Presentatation Framework (WPF). His journey with WPF began with CME project made for TSRI - one of the first implemented WPF applications. Recently he has won in prestigious competition "Lab49 WPF in Finanace Innovation Contest". Member of Composite Application Guidance for WPF (aka Prism) advisory board. Leader of .NET Developers Group in Kraków and frequent speaker at other UGs and conferences. Chief organizer of CodeCamp conference in Kraków.

Krzysztof Koźmic
Automation converted to programmer during studies thanks to .NET technology. Fan of light methodologies and tools, clean code, using conventions in the code and Boo language. Linked to the ALT.NET movement and several Open Source projects. In particular, the Castle Project where he develops DynamicProxy AOP framework, Inversion of Control Windsor container and several others.

Andy Malone - MVP Security
Andy Malone is the CEO of Quality Training Ltd and founder of both the Dive Deeper Technology and Cybercrime Security events. Based in Scotland, Andy is a popular international event speaker and technology evangelist with over 15 years’ experience. Andy was also the 2006 winner of the Microsoft TechEd Speaker Idol contest. Andy has delivered technical and security content to thousands of delegates worldwide at various technical conferences, such as Microsoft TechEd, IT Pro-Connections and Tech-days. His passionate style of delivery, combined with a sense of fun has become his trademark. Technology never sleeps and Andy continues to work with the Microsoft product teams to create and deliver ground breaking material on Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 and beyond. Recent projects have included security training & consulting in Kuwait, Dubai and the US for Government, Military and civilian clients. For 2010 / 11 Andy is scheduled to deliver content in Europe, the Middle East, Russia and the US to name but a few. Andy’s blog: http://blogs.quality-training.co.uk/blog

Jessica Moss - MVP SQL BI
Jessica M. Moss, an architect with Ironworks Consulting and a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, is a well-known practitioner, author, and speaker in Microsoft SQL Server business intelligence. Jessica has created numerous data warehousing solutions for companies in the retail, internet, health services, finance, and energy industries and authored technical content for multiple magazines, websites, and the book "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services Problem-Design-Solution". Jessica enjoys working with the central Virginia community and speaks regularly at user groups, code camps, and conferences. You can read about her work on her blog, http://www.jessicammoss.com.

Marcin Najder
Since 2004 Marcin deals with the .NET technology. He currently works as an architect in R & D team in Comarch company, where he develops solutions based on the latest Microsoft technologies, in particular applications based on . NET 4.0 and Silverlight 4.0. As the only person from Poland he took part in the NET 4.0 Deep Dive meetings, held at the end of the 2008 in Redmond. One of the leaders of reactivated Wroclaw .NET Group.

Tomasz Onyszko - Microsoft
Wroclaw University of Technology graduate, for over 10 years he has been working on operating systems. That is also his hobby. For 6 years the main area of interest has been focused on technologies related to Windows Server and other technological aspects related to identity and access management, information systems and the Internet. Since 2005 he has been working as a consultant in Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS), focusing on issues and projects related to identity and access management (ID&AM) and directory services. Active participant in community wss.pl.

Bartosz Pampuch - MVP
Director of research and development center at Comarch, CTO of ERP sector. He is a head of the research team developing a platform for building systems in the SaaS model, and a head of another group focused on modern user interfaces based on Silverlight and WPF. His team is also building applications for the Microsoft Surface. Specializes in modern projects development methodologies and system architectures. Since 2007, Microsoft MVP (originally in category Visual Developer - Team System currently Visual Developer - Connected System).

Krzysztof Pietrzak - MCT
CISSP, CISA, SSCP,Security +, MCSE:S, MCSA:S, MCITP (EA,SA,EST), MCTS(ISA,SCOM,SQL, MDOP, OCS), MCT, CCNA, CCSA, CCSE and others - as you can see, I'm deeply addicted to passing certification exams, mostly IT Security related. My day-to day work consist of planning and deploying Microsoft based infrastructure solution, especially those concerned with security. I’m also deeply interested in network design, mainly, but not limited to CISCO, HP and CheckPoint solutions. As for sport, I prefer extreme server-into-rack putting, especially if it consist of handling 2U UPS-es, Blade boxes or SAN arrays.

Maciej Pilecki - MVP SQL, MCT
Maciej Pilecki, an independant consultant at company Project Boticelli. He is Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in SQL Server category and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). Maciej had several years of experience in delivering training and consulting services around the world. In the past, he worked as a network administrator and IT security consultant. Maciej specializes in developing efficient applications and databases, high availability, security and administration. He travels around the world, providing services expertise and leading presentations at major international conferences, which theme are different aspects of SQL Server and applications development.

Szymon Pobiega
He works as software designer at Krakow VSoft S.A. company. His main task is to act as systems architect. These systems are mainly OLTP applications, built for specific customer needs, but not only. Szymon treats his role comprehensively: from the initial sketches, UML and negotiations, by developing an outline of architecture, to the "normal" code writing.
He also deals with the implementation of the Domain-Driven Design methodology in the company through trainings and mentoring. Also serves as an internal trainer - specializes in the following topics:
- Good practices and design patterns,
- Communication (both in terms of architecture and technologies: WCF and NServiceBus)
- Domain-Driven Design (along with technological support, such as NHibernate)

Paweł Potasiński - MVP SQL
A Senior SQL Server Developer for Asseco Business Solutions S.A. Previously he used to work as a database administrator and a trainer. He's been working with SQL Server since version 7.0. He specializes in query optimization, data transfers and dynamic code generation. In 2007 he founded the Polish SQL Server User Group.
Frequent speaker at many polish and international conferences, such as European PASS Conference nad Microsoft Technology Summit. Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in SQL Server category since July 2008.

Thomas Shinder - MVP
Thomas Shinder - MVP Dr. Thomas W. Shinder is an MCSE, MCP+I, and MCT. He has worked as a technology trainer and consultant in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metro area, assisting in development and implementation of IP-based communications strategies for major firms such as Xerox, Lucent and FINA. Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in ISA Firewalls category.

Marcin Szeliga - MVP SQL
Independent consultant (if You have a problem with SQL Server, I’m the right man), writer (I wrote a couple of books not only about SQL but also about security and various Microsoft technologies), trainer, teacher and university lector. One of founder Silesian division of Polish SQL Server User Group.

Grzegorz Tworek - MVP Security
Around thirty years ago I saw a huge hall with an enormous 24-bit computer in it. From that moment I rarely did anything else than watching computers gradually gaining more understanding of how the things work – from soldering ISA cards and writing video card and printer BIOS to comprehending Windows systems. Since Microsoft is developing his products faster than I am able to properly learn them, the fun never seems to stop.
I like to share my knowledge with other people, which results in publishing book and articles, active participation in scientific conferences or just telling others what I think about the IT. It is hard to say why but since 1999 I am almost completely absorbed by the issues of IT security and currently employed by ISCG, which I greatly enjoy. From time to time I manage to take a break from the every day pressure and travel to some distant destination, however, finding a place without computers proves to be quite difficult.

Tomasz Wiśniewski
Passionate of Microsoft technologies. Currently a programmer at LGBS Poland. Active member of the Silesian Regional Group of Microsoft. The winner of Speaker Idol contest at the Microsoft Technology Summit 2009 conference.
His main interests: C # language, LINQ, user interface in applications. Tomasz also blogs at: http://tomaszwisniewski.com/
Tomasz’s certifications: MCP, MCTS, MCSA.

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