Murat Erder has more than twenty-five years' experience in the software industry working for software vendors, management consultancies and large international banks. During his career Murat has had a variety of roles, from developer, to software architect, to management consultant. Murat's corporate IT roles cover the areas of data, integration, architecture and working as a CTO. He is co-author of the book Continuous Architecture: Sustainable Architecture in an Agile and Cloud-Centric World (2015) and has presented on this topic at a range of conferences, including SEI Saturn, O'Reilly Software Architecture and GOTOLondon.
Pierre Pureur is an experienced software architect, with extensive innovation and application development background, vast exposure to the financial services industry, broad consulting experience and comprehensive technology infrastructure knowledge. His past roles include serving as Chief Enterprise Architect for a major financial services company, leading large architecture teams, managing large-scale concurrent application development projects and directing innovation initiatives, as well as developing strategies and business plans. He is co-author of the book Continuous Architecture: Sustainable Architecture in an Agile and Cloud-Centric World (2015) and has published many articles and presented at range of software architecture conferences on this topic.
Eoin Woods is the Chief Technology Officer of Endava, where he guides technical strategy, oversees capability development and directs investment in emerging technologies. Prior to joining Endava, Eoin worked in the software engineering industry for twenty years, developing system software products and complex applications in the capital markets domain. His main technical interests are software architecture, DevOps and software security and resilience. He is co-author of the book Software Systems Architecture (2012), is a frequent speaker at industry events and was the recipient of the 2018 Linda M. Northrup Award for Software Architecture, awarded by the SEI at Carnegie Mellon University.