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William Hoang is a seasoned developer experienced in building software and engineering teams. Along with over 16 years of instructor and mentoring in technical functions, William now leads the effort of Axiom6AI.
Before starting Axiom6AI, William worked as a Developer Advocate on the Mobile Engineering and the Developer Relations team at Couchbase. His love for coffee and code has transcended him into the world of mobile applications while appreciating the offline in-person experiences.
Prior, William was a team lead and worked on Developer Relations team over at Twitter, BlackBerry, and Microsoft. William also worked on location-based applications as a Software Embedded GPS engineer at Research In Motion on the Operating Systems group.
William graduated from McGill University in Electrical & Software Engineering and attended Harvard University in Computer Science and has spoken at various technology conferences including: GDC, Droidcon NYC & Montreal, Mobileweek NYC, AnDevCon Boston, PAX Seattle, Full Stack Conf, O'Reilly Fluent, Tectonic Summit and technology meetups in various cities.
Lili Wang, graduated from University of Michigan Ann Arbor, majoring in EE. He is one of the co-founders and CIO at Six Degrees. He worked for Patch Media as SalesForce Manager/Programmatic Analyst and was responsible for SF Instance and data analysis.
He Bin, infamous maker since childhood. Used to be a game programmer. Now a robot engineer, who have developped moduler robot kit, mobile robot base, mini smart servo for robot.
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Michele Tavella is a pro coder who gained his expertise in distributed systems, machine learning, neuroscience and robotics by working for a plethora of multinational companies and projects all around the world in London, Berlin, Barcelona, Paris, New York, Boston, Tokyo and finally Shanghai. Since moving to Shanghai, he now operates his own business, as the co-founder of Red Crane. Michele now travels extensively between Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Hanoi to consult start-ups and enterprises alike on agile methodology, release management, continuous delivery and DevOps.
When not directly involved in running external tech projects, Michele and his Red Crane team focuses on adapting agile methodologies to implement in business intelligence, logistics and trading companies.
Educated at Peking University, the US and Australia, Yaoli is about to start her postdoc at Peking University in September and is AngelHack Beijing community ambassador. Her general mission is to encourage technology entrepreneurship and convert academic innovations in technology into industrial products to solve realistic problems. Her particular interests are in location-based services and urban smart mobility. She got her PhD in Infrastructure Engineering from the University of Melbourne.