Michael is a computer scientist sharing embedded computing ideas, teaching connected device workshops, and putting his skills and current research of mobile technology to use in experiments with other CCC enthusiasts.
Michael Schloh von Bennewitz is a computer scientist specializing in network software, mobile computing, and client server design. Responsible for development of network software and maintanance of packages in community MeeGo and Tizen software repositories, Michael actively nourishes the Opensource development ecosystem.
Fluent in four languages, he speaks at technical events every year. He has lectured for companies and at events by groups including Cable & Wireless, Nokia, the Linux Foundation, Opensource Treffen, and Mobile World Congress. Michael's speaking style is humerous, using gestures and good eye contact. He walks about the room and writes presentations in SVG or HTML5.
Additional information is found at michael.schloh.com