Who is Speaking at CFCamp 2019 Part 4

In our last blogs we introduced you to 12 of the speakers at CFCamp 2019. Let’s meet 4 more exciting speakers. In the upcoming blogs we will introduce you to more speakers at one of the coolest web developer conferences this year!

Michael Hnat
Michael has been developing CFML applications for more than 15 years and installed his first ColdFusion Server (4.0) from floppy discs. He developed applications for several customers using different Framworks and techniques. He has organized CFCamp for nine years running!
Read more: https://www.cfcamp.org/speakers/michael-hnat.html

Kenigbolo Meya Stephen
I’m Kenigbolo Meya Stephen, Full Stack Software Engineer working as the Frontend Engineering Team Lead at BCaster. I’m the Arch Conveyer/Community Manager of CodeAfrique (also now known as Reload for the classroom version), a not-for-profit weekend intensive software engineering bootcamp for underrepresented groups in IT which started out first in Estonia.
Read more: https://www.cfcamp.org/speakers/kenigbolo-meya-stephen.html

Kai König
Kai is one of the co-founders of and works as Software Solutions Architect for Ventego Creative Ltd in Wellington, New Zealand. He’s also the CTO of Zen Ex Machina, a recently launched startup in the fields of digital and user experience consultancy.
Read more: https://www.cfcamp.org/speakers/kai-koenig.html

Francisco Mancardi
Francisco Mancardi, Electronics Engineer from Universidad de Buenos Aires , Argentina. +30 year experience in software development, networking, linux/unix Sysadmin and training. TestLink Team Leader & Core developer Currently Methodology & Training Manager at TESISQUARE (www.tesisquare.com). Development Languages experiences: microprocessors assembler, C, perl, bash shell, tcl/tk,php, Coldfusion, javascript Open source advocate.
Read more: https://www.cfcamp.org/speakers/francisco-mancardi.html

Check out the last year’s photos
Did you see the fun photos that were taken last year? Feel the vibe of CFCamp 2018 at the gallery page here: https://www.cfcamp.org/fotos.html