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Tuesday, May 21
 

08:45

Opening keynote: Solving Diabetes in 2019 with an Open Source Artificial Pancreas
Scott has been a Type 1 diabetic for over 20 years. When he first became diabetic he did what every engineer would do...he wrote an app to solve his problem. Fast forward to 2018 and Scott lives 24 hours a day connected to an open source artificial pancreas. After years of waiting, the diabetes community online creating solutions.​ Scott will go through the history of diabetes online, the components (both hardware and software) needed for an artificial pancreas, and discuss the architectural design of two popular systems (LoopKit and OpenAPS). Plus, you'll see Scott *not die* live on stage as he's been "looping" for over a year!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Hanselman

Scott Hanselman

Microsoft
Scott is a web developer who has been blogging at https://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon. Scott has three podcasts, http://hanselminutes.com for tech talk, http://thisdeveloperslife.com... Read More →


Tuesday May 21, 2019 08:45 - 09:45
Room 8

08:45

Opening keynote: Solving Diabetes in 2019 with an Open Source Artificial Pancreas (Overflow)
Scott has been a Type 1 diabetic for over 20 years. When he first became diabetic he did what every engineer would do...he wrote an app to solve his problem. Fast forward to 2018 and Scott lives 24 hours a day connected to an open source artificial pancreas. After years of waiting, the diabetes community online creating solutions.​ Scott will go through the history of diabetes online, the components (both hardware and software) needed for an artificial pancreas, and discuss the architectural design of two popular systems (LoopKit and OpenAPS). Plus, you'll see Scott *not die* live on stage as he's been "looping" for over a year!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Hanselman

Scott Hanselman

Microsoft
Scott is a web developer who has been blogging at https://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon. Scott has three podcasts, http://hanselminutes.com for tech talk, http://thisdeveloperslife.com... Read More →


Tuesday May 21, 2019 08:45 - 09:45
Room 4

08:45

Opening keynote: Solving Diabetes in 2019 with an Open Source Artificial Pancreas (Overflow)
Scott has been a Type 1 diabetic for over 20 years. When he first became diabetic he did what every engineer would do...he wrote an app to solve his problem. Fast forward to 2018 and Scott lives 24 hours a day connected to an open source artificial pancreas. After years of waiting, the diabetes community online creating solutions.​ Scott will go through the history of diabetes online, the components (both hardware and software) needed for an artificial pancreas, and discuss the architectural design of two popular systems (LoopKit and OpenAPS). Plus, you'll see Scott *not die* live on stage as he's been "looping" for over a year!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Hanselman

Scott Hanselman

Microsoft
Scott is a web developer who has been blogging at https://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon. Scott has three podcasts, http://hanselminutes.com for tech talk, http://thisdeveloperslife.com... Read More →


Tuesday May 21, 2019 08:45 - 09:45
Room 6

08:45

Opening keynote: Solving Diabetes in 2019 with an Open Source Artificial Pancreas (Overflow)
Scott has been a Type 1 diabetic for over 20 years. When he first became diabetic he did what every engineer would do...he wrote an app to solve his problem. Fast forward to 2018 and Scott lives 24 hours a day connected to an open source artificial pancreas. After years of waiting, the diabetes community online creating solutions.​ Scott will go through the history of diabetes online, the components (both hardware and software) needed for an artificial pancreas, and discuss the architectural design of two popular systems (LoopKit and OpenAPS). Plus, you'll see Scott *not die* live on stage as he's been "looping" for over a year!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Hanselman

Scott Hanselman

Microsoft
Scott is a web developer who has been blogging at https://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon. Scott has three podcasts, http://hanselminutes.com for tech talk, http://thisdeveloperslife.com... Read More →


Tuesday May 21, 2019 08:45 - 09:45
Room 7
 
Wednesday, May 22
 

17:45

Closing keynote: Technology and Innovation
In space you can find an outstanding multinational: the International Space Station (ISS), realized by the United States of America, Europe, Russia, Canada and Japan. André Kuipers was given the great privilege to work in the ISS twice and be a part of this international enterprise.

The ISS is the largest, most complex, international technological structure ever made by mankind. Working on groundbreaking technology which can exist in an extraterrestrial environment enables us to come to scientific insights about our place in the universe, we gather enormous amounts of information about our own Earth and the life our planet sustains. In space technology is everywhere: when it comes to medical issues, communications, transport, energy and even when it comes to exercising!

Speakers
avatar for André Kuipers

André Kuipers

André Kuipers is the first Dutchman with two space missions to his name. His second mission is one of the longest spaceflights in European history. In total the ESA astronaut and medical doctor spent 204 days in space: 11 days during mission DELTA in 2004 and 193 days during mission... Read More →


Wednesday May 22, 2019 17:45 - 18:45
Room 8

17:45

Closing keynote: Technology and Innovation (Overflow)
In space you can find an outstanding multinational: the International Space Station (ISS), realized by the United States of America, Europe, Russia, Canada and Japan. André Kuipers was given the great privilege to work in the ISS twice and be a part of this international enterprise.

The ISS is the largest, most complex, international technological structure ever made by mankind. Working on groundbreaking technology which can exist in an extraterrestrial environment enables us to come to scientific insights about our place in the universe, we gather enormous amounts of information about our own Earth and the life our planet sustains. In space technology is everywhere: when it comes to medical issues, communications, transport, energy and even when it comes to exercising!

Speakers
avatar for André Kuipers

André Kuipers

André Kuipers is the first Dutchman with two space missions to his name. His second mission is one of the longest spaceflights in European history. In total the ESA astronaut and medical doctor spent 204 days in space: 11 days during mission DELTA in 2004 and 193 days during mission... Read More →


Wednesday May 22, 2019 17:45 - 18:45
Room 6

17:45

Closing keynote: Technology and Innovation (Overflow)
In space you can find an outstanding multinational: the International Space Station (ISS), realized by the United States of America, Europe, Russia, Canada and Japan. André Kuipers was given the great privilege to work in the ISS twice and be a part of this international enterprise.

The ISS is the largest, most complex, international technological structure ever made by mankind. Working on groundbreaking technology which can exist in an extraterrestrial environment enables us to come to scientific insights about our place in the universe, we gather enormous amounts of information about our own Earth and the life our planet sustains. In space technology is everywhere: when it comes to medical issues, communications, transport, energy and even when it comes to exercising!

Speakers
avatar for André Kuipers

André Kuipers

André Kuipers is the first Dutchman with two space missions to his name. His second mission is one of the longest spaceflights in European history. In total the ESA astronaut and medical doctor spent 204 days in space: 11 days during mission DELTA in 2004 and 193 days during mission... Read More →


Wednesday May 22, 2019 17:45 - 18:45
Room 7