Carsten Ziegeler

Carsten Ziegeler

Carsten Ziegeler is working as a Principal Scientist at Adobe Research Switzerland and spends most of his time on architectural and infrastructure topics.

Working for over 30 years in open source projects, Carsten is a member of the Apache Software Foundation and heavily participates in several Apache communities including Apache Sling and Apache Felix. He is a frequent speaker on technology and open source conferences. Carsten participates in the OSGi Core Platform and Enterprise expert groups and is on the Board of Directors of the OSGi Alliance.

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