Dimitrios Dentsas is a Software Engineer at Robert Bosch GmbH who specialises in service-oriented architectures and web-based application systems. He took an active role in the conception and development of a configuration management strategy at Bosch's Gasoline Systems Transmission Control business unit.
In addition he collaboratively published research articles on the topics of Web Service Composition and Scientific Workflow Systems at the IEEE International Conference on e-Science and the International Conference on Web Engineering.
His background is in software development, with a diploma (Dipl.-Inf.) in Computer Science from the University of Stuttgart and prior experience at leading automation technology supplier Festo AG & Co. KG.
DevOps evangelist, Continuous Delivery practicioner and test automation expert for the Bosch IoT Cloud. Trying to make cloudy dreams come true!
Increasing engineering and developer productivity at Bosch's Gasoline Systems Transmission Control business unit. Conception and development of a configuration management strategy for customer project software as well as development tools.
In my diploma thesis I developed a human communication framework that implements Communication Flows in a pipes-and-filters architecture and supports both notifications and request-response interactions. The concept of Human Communication Flows specifies best practices about how a scientific workflow can interact with a human user. See this paper for more information.
Conception and development of a GUI-based client application in order to integrate and unify querying interfaces of heterogeneous databases (MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle) at Corporate Research - Systems Engineering.
Teaching assistant for introductory courses in numerical analysis and probability theory at the Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems / Simulation of Large Systems.