CTO Rockstars will be on stage again so you can watch it comfortably from wherever you want! This new experience combines virtual format and direct contact with the cream of the crop national and international technological leaders. With plenty more time to interact, more Networking and practical workshops with renowned CTOs. All through the online events platform Brella. Streaming, one on one meetings, video on demand…
Are you ready to stay tuned to the most rocking of all tech events?
Director de tecnología en Aquaservice
Health Analytics Manager at IIC
Software Craftsman and Co-Founder at Codurance
Sr. Developer Advocate at Microsoft
CTO at Caelum Labs
CTO at Carto
Senior Researcher at Eleven Paths
Head of Innovation, IBM Spain, Portugal, Greece & Israel
Co-Founder at Tinybird.co
Director Engineering at New Work SE
CTO at Destinia
CMO & CPO at Coches.com
Mobile Engineer Nomad
Director de tecnología en Aquaservice
President at Grupo Alfatec
CEO & CTO at SEAT:CODE
Senior Data Scientist at Microsoft | MLOps | Big Data
CTO Summit MC
Editor in Chief
at The Aleph Report
at Smart Protection
SRE Manager at Flywire
SRE Lead at Mercadona Tech
CTO at GeeksHubs & GeeksHubsAcademy
Principal Solutions Architect at Netcentric
Senior Developer Advocate Engineer at Auth0
Product developer, GDG Valencia and Women Techmakers Valencia organiser
Mobile Software Engineer at XING
Does anything rock harder than hearing about failures and success of a company? Going through the expertise, decisions and various stories of tech companies is without any kind of doubt one of the best ways to learn.
Something that could not be missing such an event dedicated to the latest trends in technology are dedicated interviews, where we can witness speakers from the last edition plus some interesting new faces.
We are sure that everything they have to share with you about their current perspective of companies such as Flywire, Jeff, Mercadona Tech or Bumble will not disappoint you.
We want to greatly thank our sponsors for making this experience possible. All the companies that accompany us will also take place during the days of the event through virtual stands. We know that you might be guessing it…
But we want to remind you that Networking is an incredible business opportunity, in addition to how enriching is to meet interesting people, projects, companies… All that being said, don’t be shy! They will be more than glad to e-welcome you with open arms.
Elisa Martín Garijo
She was previously a Chief Technology Officer for IBM Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel, a Distinguished Engineer, and a member of the Leadership team of the IBM Academy of Technology.
In her CTO role, Elisa leads technology and innovation in the country with the main objective of stimulating smart solutions in Spanish companies and institutions using technology and innovation as drivers. In this role her responsibility is to transmit innovative experiences and technology to enterprises and society and bringing value by connecting clients with IBM Research.
Software craftsman, author, and founder of the London Software Craftsmanship Community (LSCC). Sandro has been coding since a very young age but only started his professional career in 1996. He has worked for startups, software houses, product companies, international consultancy companies, and investment banks.
During his career Sandro had the opportunity to work in a good variety of projects, with different languages, technologies, and across many different industries. Sandro has a lot of experience in bringing the Software Craftsmanship ideology and Extreme Programming practices to organisations of all sizes. Sandro is internationally renowned by his work on evolving and spreading Software Craftsmanship and is frequently invited to speak in many conferences around the world. His professional aspiration is to raise the bar of the software industry by helping developers become better at and care more about their craft.
Luis has held several engineering leadership roles across a variety of companies, including failed and successful startups but also big corporations (11870.com, Tuenti, Schibsted/Adevinta). He currently leads the logging and analysis team in Google Maps, in the beautiful and cold city of Zurich. Challenges that require driving change in the technical and human dimensions are what gets him excited.
Tania is a Sr. Developer Advocate at Microsoft with vast experience in academic research and industrial environments. Her main areas of expertise are within data-intensive applications, scientific computing, and machine learning. She has conducted extensive work on the improvement of processes, reproducibility and transparency in research, data science and artificial intelligence. She is passionate about mentoring, open source, and its community and is involved in a number of initiatives aimed to build more diverse and inclusive communities. She is also a contributor, maintainer, and developer of a number of open source projects and the Founder of Pyladies NorthWest.
In her free time she likes tinkering with electronics, nerding with mechanical keyboards and practising weightlifting.
Alex Puig is the founder of Alastria, the world’s first regulated national network for Blockchain. He is Caelum Labs’ CTO and co-chairs Inatba’s Identity Working Group.
A software developer by trade, Alex links the coding and corporate worlds with innovative creativity and inspirational energy.
He advises governments, public administration agencies and supranational organisations in Self-Sovereign Identity and Blockchain.
Alex sees technology as a way to improve society, and advocates for a reshaping of the internet to make it more secure and empowering. This is why he is focused on improving the digital privacy of all citizens.
Carmen Torrano has a PhD in Computer Science from the Carlos III University (Madrid), that was developed at CSIC (Spanish National Research Council).
Carmen is currently working at Telefónica, being part of Eleven Paths, the cybersecurity company of Telefónica.
She is specialized in areas like Cryptography, Cybersecurity, IoT/OT Security, Machine Learning.
Additionally, she has been selected as CSE (Chief Security Envoy) 2019-2020 at Eleven Paths.
In parallel, she gives lectures in different Spanish Universities.
She has publications in various conferences and journals and collaborates actively in the communication of scientific-technical contents.
Mikel is a thinker by nature always “thinking first then solving”, and within the paradigm of “technology as THE DISRUPTOR”.
He has a Computer Science bachelor (1993), and Master in Software Engineering (1995). University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain.
Mikel belongs to the SPGI CTO Team and performs a role of CTO for Cloud & Cognitive Industry Solutions for IBM Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel, with focus in Cloud Adoption & Transformation and Artificial Intelligence. Also, he is an Enterprise Design Thinking Certified coach.
Mikel has published a book around Cognitive Customer eXperience. He is a regular speaker at events and lectures on Artificial Intelligence as well as professor in several Business Schools.
Jorge Gómez Sancha
With more than 15 years in leadership positions, Jorge is well known in the Startup ecosystem for his experience running Product and Development teams. His background is in Software Engineering, but pretty soon found himself managing teams of developers and designers and obsessing about how teams should work, how to best develop software and successful products and how to optimise for happiness as well as for productivity.
He is most proud of BeBanjo, the company he co-founded in 2008 and later sold to the TDF group, as well as of his time in CARTO, where he led Technology and Product for the last 3 years as Chief Dev. Officer. He recently co-founded Tinybird.co, a startup focused on making data teams more productive through simple and highly scalable real-time APIs. He also teaches at Instituto Tramontana, where he co-directs the Program for Product Direction.
I’m a dynamic person and a creative thinker specialised in:
– Agile software development
– Leading teams in agile environments
– Software architecture
– Product management
– Product development
– International managing and outsourcing
I’m a passionate about Mobile technologies. Creating mobile apps since iOS was not as fancy as right now, Steve jobs was alive and Swift has not a line of code. In the last 8 years I helped to grow up multiple startups and stay consolidate others, at the beginning as a freelance and right now with my Digital Agency. Always working remotely and pushing the mobile experience to the next level through code and design.
I am a passionate Tech Leader. I am a fanboy of Lean, Extreme Programming, Domain-Driven Design, and DevOps mindsets with more than 20 years of experience in developing and more than 15 years of experiencing leading tech teams.
I have played various leading roles, such as Tech Lead, VP of Engineering, CTO, and even CEO. I have mentored engineering and product teams up to 150 members in different markets (E-commerce, E-Learning, Payment Processing, Classifieds, Recruiting Market, Supply Chain, and Shared Mobility), in various distributed locations, and multiple company sizes (Start-ups, Established Companies, and Multinational Companies).
As a consultant in my own company, Rigor Guild, I have contributed to the success of start-ups and well-established brands. Some examples are Atrápalo, PCComponentes, Emagister, eBay, PlanetaHuerto, Lowpost, Vendo, Riplife, Omatech, Techpump, and many more.
I am the happy creator of Ansistrano (https://ansistrano.com), the most starred Ansible Galaxy role. I am also the author of the book “Domain-Driven Design in PHP” (https://leanpub.com/ddd-in-php) and “CQRS By Example” (https://leanpub.com/cqrs-by-example). I am also a Conference Speaker, and since 2016, I have a video blog about Development Best Practices called Rigor Talks. I also organized the PHP Barcelona Conference (https://php.barcelona) and the DevOps Barcelona Conference (https://devops.barcelona).
My main areas of expertise are the Agile Team Management (Scrum and Kanban), Best Development Practices (Extreme Programming, Domain-Driven Design, and Microservice Architectures) and Digital Transformation (Agile, XP, and DevOps).
I’m Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) by the Scrum Alliance. I hold other PHP certifications, such as Zend PHP Engineer and the Zend Framework Engineer one. I am also an AWS Architect Associate Certified, and MySQL Certified too.
CEO at The Aleph Report (thealeph.com) where he writes about the strategic implications of cutting-edge technology and helps companies understand how to survive the future. Through his consultancy side, he helps translate the innovation vision of the CEO into reality within the organization through innovation culture training, hands-on workshops, storytelling and Agile approaches.
Prior to this he cofounded two major startup accelerators, worked with business models, startup valuations, communication and message crafting, startup PR, lean startups methodologies, customer development and product design.
He is a regular mentor at several accelerators worldwide, he closely works with a couple of international conferences helping run their startup competitions and pitching training. He is also an international speaker in multiple conferences, including keynote speaker at several TEDx Events, The Economist Summits or Global Shaper by WEF.
DevOps philosophy evangelist. I believe in continuous improvement, using the appropriate technology to create new ecosystems that transform the reality as we know.
Expert in the design and administration of Cloud Solutions with AWS (Amazon Web Services), DevOps philosophy evangelist and specialized in Infrastructure as Code (terraform and Amazon Cloudformation), Configuration Management (Puppet and Ansible) and continuous integration and Pipelines as code (Jenkinsfiles).
I had worked for BBVA for 10 years, helping in his digital transformation as Cloud Architecture and driving DevOps philosophy in microservices and PaaS architectures. Last two years, I started new adventures in several startups as SRE Lead. Currently, I’m working as SRE Lead in SmartProtection.
I’m a Software Engineer working at the intersection of production excellence and development tooling, helping development teams to achieve full speed by empowering them through tooling, strong ownership and autonomy.
I have a strong entrepreneurial background. During my career I have been involved in quite a few projects in different roles, but in the last 4 years I have been focused on Platform Engineering.
I’m a public speaker and an active member in my local community, I co-host a local DevOps meetup where I love to share learnings, trends and practices with the community.
I consider myself and advocate for Resilience and Chaos Engineering, I have been fascinated with this practices since I discovered them some years ago.
I am an eager learner, calm and easygoing person. I like to help people and I look carefully into detail. I can work under pressure without scarifying quality. I like well done job.
I like systems, human and computer systems. I like to see the interactions and how they can be designed, defined or improved.
Cloud native and devops believer.
Ana is a Developer Advocate at Auth0. She has a degree in Fine Arts and a Master in International Business Economics and Management, so she is not your usual software developer. She loves to code and she especially likes Angular. As a very active member of the community, she regularly organises meetups and conferences, like the amazing ngSpain. In Spain, where she’s currently based, she’s an organiser of GDG Vigo and the founder of GalsTech, a group for women in tech from Galicia. Because she is so passionate about diversity, she has also been named a Women Techmaker Ambassador.
She is also GDG Valencia and Women Techmakers Valencia organiser. Passionate about a growth mindset at learning and sharing what she loves, with the WTM Valencia team, has recently launched the first of monthly interview episodes, “Learnability by WTM” to inspire other women to build their own learning and career paths.
I am a mobile software engineer working for New Work SE. I have been working on both iOS and Android for years, and I’m passionate about new technologies, especially those related to mobile devices.
Thanks to my specialization in the two most used native technologies in mobile development, I enjoy bringing the best of each world together to the community.