Speakers For Malaysia Open Source Conference 2013
Malaysia Open Source Conference 2013 MOSCMY 2013 speakers were a healthy mix of both local and international experts in Open Source with several from countries such as Japan, France, Hong Kong and Indonesia.
List Of Speakers
Founder / CEO BPM-Conseil, France
Patrick Beaucamp is founder and Ceo of Bpm-conseil, a french company first dedicated to business intelligence (BI) and BPM platform integration. With almost 20 years of experience in BI area, with participation in early 90s to Cognos PowerPlay & Impromptu launch in West Europe, Patrick has founded in 2007 the Vanilla Open Source BPI Project, rewarded by independant analysts as one of the Top 10 successfull French Open Source Project (April 09) and as major competitor of SAP Business Object, IBM Cognos and Microstrategy platform (November 09).
- 9:00am, Wed 11th Business Intelligence, Data Analytics & Mobility
MySQL Sales Consulting Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan
Kajiyama-san is responsible for pre-sales activities, covering all Asia including GC, HK and India. He also work as certified MySQL instructor, delivering trainings in those regions.
Prior to joining Sun (MySQL), he worked as Systems Consultant at Nomura Research Institute, Japan’s largest consulting firm, working on systems design of mission critical enterprise systems utilizing open source software. Major customers are Nomura Securities, E*Trade Japan, Seven-Eleven, Japan Post, and Nikkei Inc. He is well-versed in both business and technology of open source software.
CTO, Century Software
Over his 30+ years as a programmer, Mark has programmed in many languages, but has the most fun programming in Python which he has been using since 1997 aka Python 1.4. He is a contributor to a number of Python Open Source. He is currently Chief Technology Officer for Century Software (M) Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian software solutions company that uses Python & Open Source software in many of itʼs offerings. He has spoken at a number of Open Source conferences including OSDC.au, MOSDC, PyCon AU & Pycon APAC.
- 12:00pm, Tue 10th The Next Big Thing, IMHO
Chief Technology Architect, Red Hat Asia Pacific
Mr. Harish Pillay has been Chief Technology Architect, South Asia of Red Hat Inc., since September 29, 2003. Mr. Pillay is responsible for revenue growth in South Asia through the expansion of Red Hat resources and enterprise customer support in the region. He joined Red Hat from Maringo Tree Technologies, an open source consultancy and services company he co-founded in 2002.
A leading advocate of open source software, Mr. Pillay co-founded the Linux Users'' Group Singapore in 1993. He is a senior member of the Singapore Computer Society and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
- 2:45pm, Tue 10th All About Clouds and How Red Hat Is Driving Innovations
Country Head, Novell Malaysia
As Country Head, Tee Kok (TK) is responsible for promoting NetIQ, Novell and SUSE's innovative products and solutions combining the best of open source technologies and open standards based commercial software.
Tee Kok brings over 18 years of industry experience in ASEAN to his role and is focused on delivering innovative solutions, quality products, and exceptional service to customers in a manner that supports both their tactical and strategic business requirements; the purpose of which has an overarching goal of customer success and long term loyalty.
- 3:30pm, Tue 10th Your World Is On The Move
Linux User Group Hong Kong
Sammy Fung is a software developer living in Hong Kong who like rock & roll, sports and photography. He was the co-founder and founding chairman of Hong Kong Linux User Group which is established in 1997. He also act as advisor of Opensource Application Knowledge Association since 2006, and built opensource.hk web site to keep promoting open source. He wrote Linux articles for PC Weekly in 1999, and contributes Linux articles for a couple of years since 2001.
- 2:45pm, Tue 10th How do we develop open source software to help open data?
Founder Star Consulting, Netherlands
In 1992, Frans van der Star at the time he was 42 years of age he came across with Open Source Phenomena during workshop of the Ministry in the Netherlands and started using Ubuntu. Through interaction with international Open Source Communities he started his exploration and research into accountancy and ERP-software due to his core activities as accountant in Holland.
Until now he has been actively involved into LedgerSMB, Idempiere (fork of Adempiere) and Open Taps. Although his residence is now Teluk Intan, where he has been teaching since 2011 Open Source Software training and English at SUWA Independant Chinese Secondary school and supply consultancy to various companies he is able to participate within the national and world-wide communities. He is a regular guest-speaker at various Malaysian Open Source conferences.
He has successfully completed his studies: accountancy, law and human resource at an academic level. He is father of two daughters and a son and grandfather of six grandsons who are currently living in the Netherlands.
- 2:45pm, Wed 11th The Open Source ERP in the Cloud
LPI, Master Affiliate for ASEAN
Azani has tremendous experience in the IT and Telecom industry for the last 20 years. He started his career in the hospitality industry and then moved to financial and banking industry in developing the financial trade system.
Upon joining LPI, Azani has been heading numerous important technical projects, including one where he designed and built a state--‐of--‐the--‐art 24/7 contact center in Malaysia. He has also been working with a company called Panapto, a US--‐based company which specialized in providing software solution for video lecture capture in Education and Enterprise market.
Currently, he is driving the business development for LPI in ASEAN region in Education and Enterprise markets.
- 2:00pm, Wed 11th The New Era of Open Source
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