SATURN 2015 Invited Speakers

by George Fairbanks and Michael Keeling, SATURN 2015 Co-Technical Chairs

When we attend technical conferences, the sessions we appreciate most and remember long after the conference ends are those in which influential, creative thinkers share and explore ideas that excite them. If you have had this experience at conferences you have attended, you’ll agree: when a gifted speaker expands minds by challenging well-worn assumptions and articulating groundbreaking ideas, you can feel the energy in the room.

Because we wanted this experience at SATURN 2015, both for ourselves and for our attendees, we invited some of the most influential thinkers in the field of software architecture to participate in the conference program. And not only did we invite a collection of people we knew would electrify a room with their ideas; we also asked them to curate their own sessions by inviting additional speakers who have inspired them.

The result: we are pleased to introduce the Invited Speakers Series, new this year at SATURN 2015.

SATURN invited speakers will also host open-space-style “office hours” during the conference to give attendees a chance to talk with them directly and explore their ideas in greater depth.

The Invited Speaker Series will augment a full schedule of tech talks and the insight-rich experience reports that SATURN attendees have come to appreciate and value. We will provide details about these exciting sessions in a future post.

– George Fairbanks, Google
– Michael Keeling, IBM

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