Samuel Nitsche is a curiosity-driven software developer who programs, learns and collaborates in the software trade since the early 2000s.
His primary interest is in modern database development, automated testing, and code quality, topics he writes regularly about on different platforms (e.g. his blog https://developer-sam.de, Simple-Talk, and several Oracle-related print magazines).
He is an Oracle ACE, a Symposium 42 member, a MASH (Mentor and Speaker Hub, http://mashprogram.wordpress.com) core member, and one of the main contributors and maintainers of utPLSQL (http://utplsql.org).
As a workshop facilitator, speaker, and keynote speaker he loves to share his experience in an entertaining way - gladly collaborating with plush animals and using lightsabers - at meetups and conferences.