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Christian Kluckner, Chimera Entertainment

Christian is Managing Director and Technical Director of the independent game developer Chimera Entertainment, founded in fall 2006, right from the start. Christian worked as software developer and instructor for several years, before he established his own studio together with the Creative Director Alexander Kehr and the production house remote control productions after his degree in Game Design at the Mediadesign Academy. As project lead he was amongst other projects responsible for Chimera’s debut title "Windchaser".

Max Seelemann, The Soulmen

Max Seelemann, a co-founder of the company "The Soulmen", is the developer of the semantic text editor "Ulysses". He also created the "Localization Suite", and integrated set of tools aided for easing the process of localization on Mac and iPhone. As speaker on conferences and author of magazine articles, he's know as Cocoa specialist in Germany. Currently, Max is finishing his study of computer science at the TU Dresden.

Philipp Kandal, skobbler

Philipp Kandal is co-founder and CTO of skobbler. He is also general manager of the roughly 30 person Romanian development team and besides that also in charge of the product management in Germany.
Prior to skobbler Philipp was product manager at Navigon responsible for the majority of the mobile phone navigation products. Before that he gained experiences in the LBS and navigation industry as a technology consultant for Siemens VDO.

Frank Angermann, metaio GmbH

Frank Angermann studied Media Technology and currently works at metaio GmbH in Munich. He is responsible for the development of junaio and also for junaio's developer relations.

Philipp Petrescu, Snakewood AppLab

Wolfram Kriesing, uxebu

Wolfram Kriesing has more than twelve years professional experience in IT. The early involvement in web technologies provides him with deep knowledge and experience for designing and implementing stable and scalable architectures. With two equivalently experienced experts he founded uxebu, a software consulting company focused on mobile cross platform solutions and web2.0, AJAX-oriented front-end engineering. He has been an active open source contributor on multiple projects and is currently a member of the the Dojo Toolkit project.