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Lennart Koopmann, CTO & Founder at TORCH - The Graylog2 company

Lennart Koopmann

Biography: Lennart Koopmann

Lennart Koopmann has started the Graylog2 project in 2010 and founded TORCH as a company behind it in 2012. A team of developers at TORCH is working on Graylog2 in full time since 2013. Lennart worked at Jimdo and XING before where he collected years of experience in developing and maintaining huge distributed systems and architectures. When not working on Graylog2 he is training for an Ironman triathlon with differing success.

Twitter: @_lennart

Presentation: Startups that build Tools for Developers

Track: German Technology Startups / Time: Friday 14:30 - 15:20 / Location: Hall 5

1. Short Talk by Lennart Koopmann: "How we are developing Graylog2"

The Graylog2 project has gone through several re-designs and big changes since it was started in 2010. In 2013 everything changed again when TORCH was launched to be a professional company behind it. In this talk I will explain our reasoning for the technology we chose, how we are professionally developing an open source project and what we failed with so far.

2. Short Talk by Andreas Lüdeke: "Mobile Testing like a pro"

Everyone hates bugs! We too. TestObject, an in the cloud all-you-need testing tool, can help you to find bugs in your android apps. We offer access to real and virtual android devices within your browser. With our manual and automated testing capabilities you easily identify or reproduce bugs without buying tons of devices.

In this talk we’ll show you how easy it is to find bugs in your android app by running stress tests, screenshots and setting up automated testing. No need to download, install or setup any framework - Get started in minutes!

3. Short Talk by Mathias Meyer: "Improving Software Development, One Build at a Time"

Travis CI was built on the idea to offer free continuous integration to any open source project. What started out as a hobby project turned into a platform that now runs more than 100000 builds per day.

In this talk, we'll look at what Travis CI can do, how it can help make your life as a developer easier to get your projects set up with continuous integration.