20 - 21 SEPTEMBER 2017 / Stockholmsmässan
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  • Wed 20th Sep 10:00 - 10:40
  • What does the Future hold for Sweden’s Digital Economy? Add to Schedule Fredrik Reinfeldt  |     |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 10:00 to 10:40

    What does the Future hold for Sweden’s Digital Economy?

    Sweden has a long established reputation as a hotbed for innovation with many tech startups from the region enjoying global success. During Fredrik’s long tenure startups such as Skype, Spotify, Mojang and King took advantage of this culture and quickly became global giants in their respective markets. In this fascinating session Fredrik will reveal the backstory on what created this culture and his opinions on the challenges Sweden now faces in the current political climate.

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    Fredrik Reinfeldt Fredrik Reinfeldt View Profile
  • FIKA 10:50 - 11:30
  • Wed 20th Sep 11:40 - 12:10
  • How to Make Money with Open Source Add to Schedule Monty Widenius  |   MariaDB Corporation  |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 11:40 to 12:10

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    Monty Widenius Monty Widenius View Profile
  • How to build a presence in open source Add to Schedule Bas Peters  |   Github  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Wed 20th Sep 11:40 to 12:10

    How to build a presence in open source

    Today most software that has an impact in the world is open source. Building a presence in the open source community is a great way for organizations to attract and retain talent and to drive innovation. But where to start? In this talk Bas will share some best practices on how to join the open source community as an organization, how to create a governance structure for open source and how to build a welcoming community. At the end of the talk you will have an understanding of the importance of joining the open source community as an organization and how to start building a presence.

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    Bas Peters Bas Peters View Profile
  • Wed 20th Sep 12:25 - 12:55
  • Ransomless Ransomware - Disruption and Smoke Screens Add to Schedule Mikkel Pedersen  |   Heimdal Security A/S & Heimdal Security SrL  |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 12:25 to 12:55

    Ransomless Ransomware - Disruption and Smoke Screens

    This year we’ve witnessed unprecedented ransomware attacks, both in scale and impact. With ransoms drawing staggering amounts of money to the malware economy, the context is set for increasingly aggressive and complex attacks. How can organizations cope and thrive with cybercriminals knocking on every backdoor? This is what we aim to explore in this talk, which focuses on mitigating malware attacks based on traffic analysis to and from the endpoint.  

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    Mikkel Pedersen Mikkel Pedersen View Profile
  • How to manage Compliance the DevOps Way Add to Schedule Simon Fisher  |   Chef Software   |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Wed 20th Sep 12:25 to 12:55

    How to manage Compliance the DevOps Way

    Compliance has never been so important, but for organisations struggling to innovate under the weight of technical debt, it can be increasingly difficult to manage. How can you manage both internal compliance requirements as well as mandated regulations such as GDPR?
    Is it possible to reconcile compliance and velocity? Is it a matter of the right tools or the right organisational culture?
    What steps do you need to take to implement an automation cycle that resolves the conflict and how can remediation be a baked in part of your approach?

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    Simon Fisher Simon Fisher View Profile
  • Wed 20th Sep 13:30 - 14:00
  • Fascinating Tales of A Strange Tomorrow Add to Schedule Julien Simon  |   Amazon Web Services   |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 13:30 to 14:00

    Fascinating Tales of A Strange Tomorrow

    AI has become the hottest topic in the IT industry. In this talk, we’ll explain how Deep Learning — a subset of AI — can help you solve complex problems. We’ll look at how you can add Deep Learning capabilities to your applications and why Cloud technology can get you there faster.

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    Julien Simon Julien Simon View Profile
  • DevSecOps - Security at DevOps Speed Add to Schedule Ilkka Turunen  |   Sonatype  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Wed 20th Sep 13:30 to 14:00

    DevSecOps - Security at DevOps Speed

    Software development is pressed for faster and faster release cycles with acceptable quality, budget and security. As movements like CI, CD and Devops aim to cut down on release cycles, it's security's job to help control the risk. The risk landscape is complex as modern development practices increasingly consume more and more third party code. Traditional methods do not cut it anymore - it's time for DevSecOps. This session gives an overview of how companies have implemented DevSecOps practices in their own delivery pipelines and how this can help increase developer awareness of risks affecting them. We'll walk an example CICD Pipeline and explore how security has been embedded as a part of it, how the movement is shaping up and how standards are starting to follow suite.

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    Ilkka Turunen Ilkka Turunen View Profile
  • Wed 20th Sep 14:10 - 14:40
  • The Enterprise Immune System: Using Machine Learning for Next-Generation Cyber Defense Add to Schedule Andrew Tsonchev  |   Darktrace   |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 14:10 to 14:40

    The Enterprise Immune System: Using Machine Learning for Next-Generation Cyber Defense

    From insiders to sophisticated external attackers, the reality of cyber security today is that the threat is already inside. A fundamentally new approach to cyber defense is needed to detect and investigate these threats that are already inside the network - before they turn into a full-blown crisis. 

    Based on unsupervised machine learning and probabilistic mathematics developed by specialists from the University of Cambridge, new ‘immune system’ technologies are capable of learning the ‘self’ of an organization. By analyzing every network, device, and user, and modeling them as they go about their day-to-day activity, the Enterprise Immune System can establish a highly accurate understanding of normal behavior. It can therefore spot abnormal activity as it emerges, and even take precise, measured actions to automatically curb the threat.

    Rules and signatures are not keeping pace with today’s rapidly evolving cyber attacks. The Enterprise Immune System represents a fundamental step-change in automated cyber defense,  is relied upon by organizations around the world, and can cover up to millions of devices.  

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    Andrew Tsonchev Andrew Tsonchev View Profile
  • DevOps By The Numbers Add to Schedule Maarten Kennis  |   XebiaLabs  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Wed 20th Sep 14:10 to 14:40

    DevOps By The Numbers

    There's no mistaking how important initiatives like DevOps and Continuous Delivery have become to organizations seeking to gain a competitive edge. But without the right metrics, enterprises that have adopted DevOps or Continuous Delivery strategies have no way of measuring their effectiveness in the context of their digital transformation goals.
     
    How are you able to identify and high light data from a multitude of disparate tools (legacy Java, .net or other, or container-based applications)?
     
    So, what are the right measures that can answer questions like "are we getting better at delivering high-quality software faster and at scale?" and "has all this effort been worth it?!"

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    Maarten Kennis Maarten Kennis View Profile
  • Wed 20th Sep 14:50 - 15:20
  • Humanity’s Most Serious Challenge Add to Schedule Jay Tuck  |     |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 14:50 to 15:20

    Humanity’s Most Serious Challenge

    Artificial Intelligence is not science fiction. It is here and now, changing our world at breathtaking speed. We – as individuals and as institutions – must be informed, prepared and ready to redefine ourselves at breathtaking speeds as well.

    AI can help us digesting and analyzing big data, macro managing our resources, defining unseen challenges and securing our food chain, our environment and a sustainable future.

    AI can hurt us If we turn over too much responsibility too soon, we can lose control to a super intelligence which is learning at lightning speed.

    There is no guarantee that we will always be Darwin’s Darling.

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    Jay Tuck Jay Tuck View Profile
  • Continuous Delivery with CloudBees solutions Add to Schedule Andreas Lindh  |   Cloudbees  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Wed 20th Sep 14:50 to 15:20

    Continuous Delivery with CloudBees solutions

    Creating and adopting a continuous delivery pipeline for a single team is pretty straight forward, but as adoption of grows within the enterprise, challenges emerge. Learn how to tackle those challenges and how to visualize the your software delivery lifecycle using CloudBees technology.

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    Andreas Lindh Andreas Lindh View Profile
  • Wed 20th Sep 15:30 - 16:00
  • AI in the Workplace: Emergence of the Cognitive Room Add to Schedule Mary Ann de Lares Norris  |   Oblong Industries  |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 15:30 to 16:00

    AI in the Workplace: Emergence of the Cognitive Room

    The physical world and the digital world are becoming more intertwined in all aspects of life. In the enterprise, this trend is exhibited by the emergence of the cognitive room. Cognitive rooms, which harness the power of the team as well as the power of AI, are poised to transform the future of work.

    Enterprises need to learn to capture the value in this new world order—and starting with the human element is key. Innovative human-centered UIs must be used to augment a user’s ability to gain insight from the massive amounts of unstructured data that are part of today’s enterprise workflow and the lifeblood of cognitive rooms.

    Mary Ann will be addressing the challenge organizations face today to transcend traditional, sequential analytical processes in favor of faster parallel and real-time working processes that deliver the greatest business impact.

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    Mary Ann de Lares Norris Mary Ann de Lares Norris View Profile
  • Measure your DevOps pipeline for faster, better, stronger delivery of your applications Add to Schedule Graham Parsons  |   Splunk  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Wed 20th Sep 15:30 to 16:00

    Measure your DevOps pipeline for faster, better, stronger delivery of your applications

    In today’s world, business must be able to deliver and refine software and services faster than ever and be able to respond to changes to the business and market.
    Analytics on the machine data generated throughout a DevOps lifecycle holds the key to closing the feedback loops necessary to iterate faster and to support business needs. In this session, we focus on four areas how machine data analytics can improve your application delivery.
     

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    Graham Parsons View Profile
  • Wed 20th Sep 16:10 - 17:00
  • Privacy Program Management: How to capture the business value and stakeholders' enthusiasm Add to Schedule Sofia Edvardsen  |   Sharp Cookie Advisors  |   Keynote

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    Wed 20th Sep 16:10 to 17:00

    Privacy Program Management: How to capture the business value and stakeholders' enthusiasm

    Learn how to proactively manage privacy in the GDPR era in your organisation with the tools and insights from Managing Partner Sofia Edvardsen's experience of setting up and managing privacy programs of leading enterprises. A key factor to success Sofia Edvardsen will shed light on, not often covered in privacy management, is how to perform and stay relevant in the eyes of top management.

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    Sofia Edvardsen Sofia Edvardsen View Profile
  • How true Software-Defined Storage helps you secure your data access and ensure application performance? Add to Schedule Ilpo Wilkman  |   DataCore  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Wed 20th Sep 16:10 to 16:40

    How true Software-Defined Storage helps you secure your data access and ensure application performance?

    DataCore Software will showcase their Parallel I/O technology and explain the usage benefits in order to deliver unsurpassed performance, hyper-consolidation efficiencies and cost savings. DataCore's Software-Defined and Parallel I/O powered platforms serve as the cornerstone of the next-generation, software-defined data center – delivering greater value, industry-best performance, availability and simplicity.

    Attend our session and discover our New Product, which is a simple plug and play software to SQL Server. No programming or hardware changes are required and we can transform performance overnight by harnessing the untapped power of multicore servers. DataCore revolutionize performance, cost savings and productivity gains businesses can achieve from their servers and data storage.

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    Ilpo Wilkman Ilpo Wilkman View Profile
  • Thu 21th Sep 10:00 - 10:40
  • Collaboration when Disruption is the New Normal Add to Schedule Snorre Kjesbu  |   Cisco  |   Keynote

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    Thu 21th Sep 10:00 to 10:40

    Collaboration when Disruption is the New Normal

    Four of five CEOs question if their products will be relevant in three years, so it is no surprise that rapid innovation is at the top of the CEO agenda. With talent retention and revenue growth at stake, even traditional industries are facing disruption. But as Forbes reports, “businesses are finally realizing they need new ways to work, collaborate and meet”. What is this new way of working? How can IT leaders enable workforces to get more done, faster? We will demonstrate how IT leaders are using new collaboration tools to gain this competitive advantage.

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    Snorre Kjesbu Snorre Kjesbu View Profile
  • FIKA 10:50 - 11:30
  • Thu 21th Sep 11:40 - 12:10
  • Architecting the Future: learnings from Google Add to Schedule Otso Juntunen  |   Google  |   Keynote

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    Thu 21th Sep 11:40 to 12:10

    Architecting the Future: learnings from Google

    Cloud is a rising trend, but one that is really in its infancy. Google shares its view of the cloud as a platform-first mindset, opening the possibility of changing the fundamentals of computing to achieve new capabilities from compute architectures to data processing and machine learning. The next stage of machine intelligence offers both long and short term opportunities for those that can apply machine learning to analytics at web scale to relevant real world data that apply to your business.

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    Otso Juntunen Otso Juntunen View Profile
  • The delivery of a fully automated software delivery pipeline Add to Schedule Michiel Sens   |   XebiaLabs  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Thu 21th Sep 11:40 to 12:10

    The delivery of a fully automated software delivery pipeline

    ABN AMRO, a leading Dutch bank, are working towards Continuous Delivery of new software to further streamline their online services. They asked Xebia to implement the (re)automation of their software delivery process as an end-to-end automated Continuous Delivery Pipeline as a Service (CDaaS). For the implementation, Xebia adopted base principles from the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA) with great success. In addition to technological details, Michiel will discuss how to implement a fully automated central delivery pipeline, focusing on topics like starting out as MVP, the importance of functional slicing, building high-performing teams, and automating delivery of the pipeline itself.

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    Michiel Sens Michiel Sens View Profile
  • Thu 21th Sep 12:25 - 13:15
  • A Hacker’s Confessions Pt. II Add to Schedule Michael Moltke  |   FortConsult  |   Keynote

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    Thu 21th Sep 12:25 to 13:15

    A Hacker’s Confessions Pt. II

    FortConsult's Head of Technical Security Consulting Michael Moltke will show how a hacker operates in real life and shed light on the bad guys’ attack methods. Besides showing various types of phishing and spear-phishing attacks, Michael will illustrate what the hacker can do once a device is compromised. You will witness the whole attack scenario from initiation to post-exploitation – including gaining complete control of the infected device, using it to move seamlessly through a corporate network, gaining domain admin privileges, and retaining persistent (and unnoticed) access to the network.

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    Michael Moltke Michael Moltke View Profile
  • Security Implications of a DevOps Transformation Add to Schedule Kevin Reeuwijk  |   Puppet   |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Thu 21th Sep 12:25 to 12:55

    Security Implications of a DevOps Transformation

    The DevOps transformation that organisations go through comes with certain operational implications, such as Security. DevOps has different components: version control, package management, automated tested or infrastructure as code. How does security tie in with these components, and how are they inclusive of security?  Attend Puppet's presentation and find out. 

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    Kevin Reeuwijk Kevin Reeuwijk View Profile
  • Thu 21th Sep 13:30 - 14:00
  • Adaptive Intelligence - What is next in Business Analytics Add to Schedule Mats Stellwall  |   EMEA Big Data Analytics SWAT Team, Oracle  |   Keynote

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    Thu 21th Sep 13:30 to 14:00

    Adaptive Intelligence - What is next in Business Analytics

    Adaptive is not Artificial but focus on the intersection between people judgment and machine automation. This session is about what Oracle see as the next step in analytics and what that means, focus is on different use case and examples.

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    Mats Stellwall View Profile
  • Microservices with Headless CMS Add to Schedule Marcus Ahnve  |   Valtech Sweden  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Thu 21th Sep 13:30 to 14:00

    Microservices with Headless CMS

    One of the main takeaway points of a microservices architecture is that individual services should be replaceable, scalable, deployable etc. Unfortunately most traditional CMS solutions are modeled as heavy frameworks which are hard to replace and encourages a data model based on "pages" which makes redesign cumbersome. 

    In this talk Marcus Ahnve will show how a headless CMS can be used with success in a microservices environment, enabling the promises of replaceability.

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    Marcus Ahnve Marcus Ahnve View Profile
  • Thu 21th Sep 14:10 - 14:40
  • Innovations fuelled by IoT and the cloud Add to Schedule Adrian Hornsby  |   Amazon Web Services  |   Keynote

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    Thu 21th Sep 14:10 to 14:40

    Innovations fuelled by IoT and the cloud

    Speed and agility are essential with today’s businesses. The quicker you can get from an idea to first results, the more you can experiment and innovate with your data, perform ad-hoc analysis, and drive answers to new business questions. During this talk, Adrian will take in key features of the AWS IoT platform, latest developments and live demos & walk-throughs featuring Raspberry Pi. 

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    Adrian Hornsby Adrian Hornsby View Profile
  • With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: The Implications of the Code We Write Add to Schedule Michael Sacks  |   Jane.com  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Thu 21th Sep 14:10 to 14:40

    With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: The Implications of the Code We Write

    As technology becomes a bigger part of our lives, so does our power to affect people’s lives: not always for the better.

    Technology can be a life saver, (i.e. the Maps app), but there has been an increase in cases where technology has done irrefutable damage to its users. Despite intending to connect people and serve as a positive resource, tech companies such as Facebook, Uber, Twitter, AirBnB, and others have also become vehicles for hate, assaults, murder and more.

    Though the stories we hear are extreme, fear not, for we have the power to make a difference. This power to make a change does not solely fall on CEOs and company founders. Even the entry level dev has the potential to make a positive change for countless users. It is imperative that we use our power for good.

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    Michael Sacks Michael Sacks View Profile
  • Thu 21th Sep 14:50 - 15:20
  • Measuring Security Culture is more than just counting people Add to Schedule Kai Roer  |   CLTRe  |   Keynote

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    Thu 21th Sep 14:50 to 15:20

    Measuring Security Culture is more than just counting people

    Much has been said about improving security culture, but nothing can be done unless we can prove the effectiveness of our programs. In this talk I will share how to measure security culture using available tools and techniques. 

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    Kai Roer Kai Roer View Profile
  • DevOps in a Box - Build Early, Integrate Easily & Deploy Swiftly Add to Schedule Nishanth Sridharan  |   Cognizant Technology Solutions  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Thu 21th Sep 14:50 to 15:20

    DevOps in a Box - Build Early, Integrate Easily & Deploy Swiftly

    DevOps adoption is resistance to a new culture and is designed to evangelize automation initiatives driving Sustainable Delivery, Competitiveness, Elasticity and Business Values with HighROI. Deliver a Federated Platform fulfilling traceability, security /compliance, integration and enterprise class capabilities with the RIGHT Approach. Organizations scuffle to deal with the changing IT and business landscapes, the conception of DevOps creates solution to transform smoothly and benefit the business.

    The pioneers in the industry have always invested in different approaches and always have the silo-based knowledge.

    DevOps focuses on fast-paced Virtual release platform delivering demanding requirements into fast, secure, reliable and scalable pipeline models.

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    Nishanth Sridharan Nishanth Sridharan View Profile
  • Thu 21th Sep 15:30 - 16:00
  • Tools and techniques to make GDPR compliance work across your organisation Add to Schedule Karen Lawrence Öqvist  |     |   Keynote

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    Thu 21th Sep 15:30 to 16:00

    Tools and techniques to make GDPR compliance work across your organisation

    Cut the ”legal speak” and find a language, and tools/techniques which works across your organization on compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR will replace existing EU data protection laws on 25th May 2018 in Sweden and every EU member state. and heavy fines await companies that do not comply. 

    It all seems so complicated, but in fact if you dig deep enough you will find hidden simplicity. Data privacy rules, at least the lowest common denominator in privacy have been around since 1980. There are quite simply 8 privacy principles. Privacy laws globally are all founded on these 8 principles, including the GDPR. By taking the lowest common denominator in privacy you can build a global privacy program using the GDPR as your privacy standard.

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    Karen Lawrence Öqvist Karen Lawrence Öqvist View Profile
  • Joint management, development and use of open source Add to Schedule Hillar Loor  |   Open Source Sweden  |   DevOps and Open Source

    DevOps and Open Source Theatre

    Thu 21th Sep 15:30 to 16:00

    Joint management, development and use of open source

    Open source is a wide spread model for business and development. But if we need to cooperate with other organisations – what does an open source based model look like?

    This seminar will present some possible models based on experience from Swedish and international cooperations.

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    Hillar Loor Hillar Loor View Profile

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