10.15 – 10.45
LunarWay: Jacob Hansen

10.45 – 11.15
IMPACT: Filip Bruun Bech-Larsen

11.15 – 11.45
Danske Bank: Angelo Agatino Nicolosi

11.45 – 12.15
Stibo: Torben Haagh

12.15 – 13.30 Lunch & keynote

13.30 – 14.00
Unsilo: Mads Rydahl

14.00 – 14.30
Creuna: Anders Block Arnfast 

14.30 – 15.00
Arla: Johannes Tang Kristensen

15.00 – 15.30
Cetrea: Mads Carsten Brink Hansen

15.30 – 15.30 Drinks and network

LunarWay: Jacob Hansen

Time: 10.15 – 10.45
Location @ Student House:

Measuring, Split-testing and taking action on your signup flow.

How did Lunar Way raise their signup-conversion from 5 to 35%? How do you construct the perfect signup experience? Join the session for some real-life battle stories about split-testing, measuring and taking action on your signup flow.

IMPACT: Filip Bruun Bech-Larsen

Time: 10.45 – 11.15
Location @ Student House:

“Call it a fronted state of the union, call it hot or not in YYYY, call it buzz-word bingo”

We will talk about how Progressive Web Apps helps the web compete with native apps. How new browser features will transform e-commerce. Whats on the horizon for javascript and for frameworks? and where does typescript fit in? How will Houdini eventually change layout on the web? Whats up with the physical web or what about Internet of Things – and how are those related. Offline, PRPL, Observables, Serviceworker, push-notification, redux, web-APKs, and maybe even more… all packaged up, tree-shaken, server-rendered and served over https!

This talk will be a tour-de-force of bleeding edge web-technology – with working code-samples to go home and play with – and hopefully some succesfull demoes underway. But it won’t be just buzz-words. We will look at what lies beneath these buzzword-technologies, and where they can be useful in todays web.

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Danske Bank, Angelo Agatino Nicolosi

Time: 11.15 – 11.45
Location @ Student House:

Extreme DevOps in FinTech

Continuous Delivery, Reactive Manifesto, Microservices, and DevOps are only few of the great ideas and practices that are currently transforming the way we work in IT. For people working in start-ups or with green field projects all this feels natural, you can expect it, you can take it for granted.

Too perfect, and way too easy J If you look for real challenges, look at the Enterprise world.

As a Tech Lead in Danske Bank I have the responsibility to help steering our Enterprise and ignite the evolution process that is needed to stay competitive in today’s markets. Through this quest for Agility in the extreme conditions of an Enterprise we are transforming decades of legacy into actual competitive advantage, enabling us to define and deliver brand new financial services at the rate and speed of start-ups.

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Stibo: Torben Haagh

Time: 11.45 – 12.15
Location @ Student House:

Torben started as team lead at Stibo Systems September 1, 2015 on a new team, who should work on a new project, dealing with a new business case, and work with new technologies and new approaches for developing software – everything was new!

Torben will describe some of the challenges in the project, and gives examples on micro service patterns and anti-patterns.

Unsilo: Mads Rydahl

Time: 13.30 – 14.00
Location @ Student House:

A Brave New World of Intelligent Products

Will machines be able to understand our desires and help us overcome humanity’s greatest challenges?
Rydahl has built games for Lego Mindstorms, interfaces for Bang & Olufsen, search experiences for Stanford University, and was head of Product and Design at Siri. He is now cofounder of UNSILO, an AI startup working with leading Scientific Publishers.


Time: 14.00 – 14.30
Location @ Student House:

Join this talk to get a quick introduction to General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ), and get some insights into where you, as part of designing and developing systems, needs to pay attention.

It will be enforced the 25 of May 2018, and failing to comply can give fines up to 4% of global turnover or 20 million EUR, so you might think that this sound like a boring and irrelevant subject, but it’s highly relevant, and I will try not to make the talk boring.

The GDPR is a new regulation from EU, intended to control and regulate the way companies are handling and protecting personalized data, and are going to influence the way we design, document and build almost all software.

So get a head start and a light introduction, and brace your self, The GPDR is coming.

Arla: Johannes Tang Kristensen

Time: 14.30 – 15.00
Location @ Student House:

How much milk does a cow produce?

Knowing how much milk Arla will receive from its farmers is vital for logistics, production planning, and investments. Hence, it is necessary to forecast milk intake at horizons ranging from very short term (1 week ahead) to long term (5 years ahead). In this talk I will explain how we managed to improve forecast performance using quite simple machine learning techniques, the challenges we faced regarding data, and where we hope to be able to take our forecasting methodology in the future.

Cetrea: Mads Carsten Brink Hansen

Time: 15.00 – 15.30
Location @ Student House:

According to The Economist, data has become “the oil of the digital era”, and buzz-words like “Big Data”, “Data Science”, “IoT” and especially “Machine Learning” has emerged. At Getinge Cetrea, we use the technology behind the buzzwords to provide hospitals with insights into how they can optimize the patient flow in Emergency Departments, resulting in happier patients, staff and management. With Region Sydjylland as case, this presentation will highlight how we at Getinge Cetrea understand Business Intelligence, our BI solution, and why focusing on BI has a major impact on defining a better organization.