Helping kids since Dec 2013.
|Arun Gupta (Founder & Chairman) Arun is a founding member of Devoxx4Kids USA. As a chair of the board, he oversees the operation of this Non Profit Organization and ensures it stays true to its mission. After completing Masters in Computer Science, he moved to the USA many years ago and enjoys the beautiful California weather with his lovely wife and two boys. During the day he works as Director, Developer Advocacy at Red Hat and focuses on JBoss Middleware. He has spent several years building and coaching software at Sun Microsystems and Oracle. Arun has extensive speaking experience in about 40 countries on myriad topics and is a JavaOne Rockstar. An author of a best-selling book, an avid runner, a globe trotter, a Java Champion, Silicon Valley JUG leader, he is easily accessible at @arungupta.|
|Anoop Trivedi (Treasurer) 23+ years of building engineering solutions. Have taught undergraduate students for 2 years (C/C++/Unix/OOPS). Running company for past 10+ years as CEO, and before that 5+ years as CTO. Have solid foundation in corporate finance, marketing, operations, and engineering.|
|Menka Gupta (Secretary)|
|Nilay Yener (Volunteers)|
|Pradeep Bhatter After graduating from BITS, Pilani as a Computer Engineer, Pradeep started his career in consulting. While working for leading firms like KPMG Consulting, he helped clients in Asia, Europe, USA, and Australia build and integrate large software systems. With two growing kids, he finally settled down in the Bay Area and has worked for companies like VMware and Visa. Currently he works for Risk Management Solutions (RMS) as a Principal Business Analyst.Pradeep continues to pursue his childhood passion to build and hopes to share it with the next generation through Devoxx4Kids. His other passions include wine, whisky, and lately making beer!|
And of course all the volunteers!
|Tori Wieldt Tori Wieldt is the Senior Community Manager for Java Developers for the Oracle Technology Network. She manages “Java Developer Experience” across all channels of Oracle’s developer program: OTN/Java, @Java, Java Magazine, blogs.oracle.com/java, and YouTube/Java. She has been involved in tech as a tech writer, sys admin, web developer, and marketeer. She loves to travel and meet developers around the world. She believes our children are the future (everybody sing!).|