Seven Du

Seven Du, started working on FreeSWITCH from 2008. He contributed numerous patches to FreeSWITCH core and a lot of modules, and now is a core FreeSWITCH developer. He created the FreeSWITCH Chinese Community from 2009, and hosts a ClueCon like annual developer conference called FreeSWITCH Developers Salon in China. He is the author of <FreeSWITCH the Definitive Guide> (Chinese Edition).


Alessandro Polidori Bio

Senior Software Engineer, with more than 8 years of experience in web technologies, distributed architectures and agile methodologies. Expert in Node.js and Linux I am involved in design, implementation of code that powers core services, REST APIs, WebSocket communications and client side Web Applications with real-time WebRTC audio and video, applied to VoIP PBX systems. Open source enthusiast (personally and for work) I have taken part on some international conferences, speaking about WebRTC used in audio and video calls at “Astricon 2018” – Orlando and speaking about the Nextcloud NethServer integration at “Nextcloud conf 2018” in Berlin.


Matteo Valentini

Developer at Nethesis and open source contributor of Nethserver linux distribution . His skills vary from, systems and networks administration, linux embedded system engineering, and cloud automation. Currently his interests splits between backend development, infrastructure development and automation of all the thing!


Abbi Minessale

This is Abbi’s 12th ClueCon and 3rd year running ClueCon’s annual Hack-A-Thon: the Coder Games. She is the Content Strategist at SignalWire and is so excited to see everyone at ClueCon Deconstructed this year. Join her on August 5th for a day of techy and not so techy fun where we will be hosting two different challenges. Navigate through a series of riddles, puzzles, and coding challenges in our live action game of ‘Clue’ or come demonstrate a game of your making in our ‘Game Theory’ challenge.


Kevin Ravasi

Kevin has been a developer at Loway for the last five years, working on popular call-center reporting solutions like QueueMetrics and WombatDialer.
Kevin’s main focus has been integrating Loway’s solutions with different platforms and technologies, with a focus on WebRTC and Data Reporting.
In particular, he worked on an integration with FreeSWITCH, that allows for comprehensive reporting of mod_callcenter activity.
Kevin earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from La Sapienza in Rome in 2015, and has been working at Loway since January 2016.


Piotr Gregor

Piotr is a Software Developer at SignalWire. He works mostly with C code in FreeSWITCH. He works with VOIP since 2014. He holds a financial-engineering degree from Poznan University of Economics. He is actively contributing to media/RTP stack in FreeSWITCH, most recently being working on SFU/simulcast and STIR-Shaken.


Daniel Christian Bogos Bio

He is the founder of ITsysCOM [], experienced communications architect and VoIP specialist. Dan is a double graduate of Politehnica University, Timisoara, with post-graduate specialization in Communication Protocols and Software Development. A frequent and well-known contributor to the Open Source community, most noticeably being the co-founder of CGRateS Project[], Dan is a firm believer in merging the very best production-ready software to create high-quality, scalable and cost-effective communications solutions


Kevin Garabedian

Kevin is a Stack Engineer here at SignalWire. He’s been coding for almost twenty years and has touched almost every industry from banking conversions including Y2K, big media, industrial controls, to embedded devices. Ultimately, his passion is communications, and he is extremely excited to see and be part of the next big thing and disrupt the industry.


Diego Gosmar

Diego is a serial international speaker, providing several educational presentations about innovation in the omni-channel space, and recently involved in the Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence applications around the customer care market.

He is also the author of two successful books about Open Source VoIP, Machine Learning and AI.

Diego has been driving the XCALLY international expansion, covering now more than 60 countries worldwide all over the continents, managing key partners and hundreds of customers spread from all over the world.

He loves writing about innovation, working with the international community and playing golf.