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We’re kicking off a brand new edition of DevTalks in Bucharest. Bigger plans for this summer too as we have extended our stages area as well as added new networking and fun areas for a greater event experience.

This year DevTalks brings together great community leaders and innovation. With 400 to 500 seats available, this year’s stages will feature: Web & Mobile, BigData & Cloud, DevOps, smart devices, machine learning, AI and more.

In addition to these 4 big stages we have also prepared 2 smaller stages and a variety of workshops so we can bring more interesting subjects on the plate.

Book the date in Bucharest! On June 8th prepare for a great networking experience, a bunch of awesome speakers and many surprises from our partners, as we will take out new approaches in software development, highlighting the changes for this year.

MAIN STAGE

Machine Intelligence, 4D printing, Quantum Computing, Smart Data Discovery,  IoT, Blockchain, and other innovative technologies that are shaping our future.

WEB & MOBILE

Discussing the 2017 top trends and technologies for web & mobile development: AI chatbots, Angular 2.4, hybrid apps, m-commerce, Rails 5  app streaming and many more.

BIG DATA & CLOUD

Hadoop, MapReduce, HBase and HDFS are decreasing in popularity, that’s yesterday’s news. But which of the faster technologies – like real time fast! – will be the ones to replace them?

DEVOPS

In the next few years professionals with a solid background in both IT development AND operations will be in high demand, so we want to prepare in advance. Topics like continuous delivery, continuous integration and continuous deployment will be a must for this stage.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Project management skills are a must in any organization, especially in the IT field. Whether you aspire to become a team leader or you want to start your own startup, we are sure you will have lots to learn from other IT professionals who have mastered this art.

JAVA

Love it or hate it, but the truth is Java is everywhere, from desktop apps to website backend systems. So why not dedicate a whole track to it?

WORKSHOP 1

Serban Ghita – How I learned JavaScript/TypeScript by making and playing a HTML5 game

WORKSHOP 2

Natalino Busa – Building Data Driven Applications with Jupyter Gateway, and Python and Spark

2017 Speakers

BUCHAREST

Phil Nash Developer Evangelist Twilio

Web developer working with Ruby (mostly Rails). Also specialising in front end development, producing valid, semantic HTML, beautiful CSS and unobtrusive JavaScipt.


Keynote
An empty database in every pocket
Erik Barraud VP Product AdsWizz

Entrepreneur & Product guy, build something from the ground up, scale it. I’ve been focused on how Digital Audio is changing the way users are consuming music while making audio a true additive advertising medium. I love to work on disruptive and new products. Having a multicultural (French & Swedish) and hybrid (business & technical) background I make use of that to the benefit of building beautiful and efficient products capable of disruption.

Entrepreneur, co-founder of WebMediaStats – Audience Analytics – which got acquired by AdsWizz in 2011.

Expertise : Product management, Business strategy, Online Advertising, User experience, Digital Audio, Broadcast Radio, Digital Media. Start-ups.


Keynote
Bigger than Big Data – Moving from a Lambda-architecture to a Kappa one using Kafka, Flink and Druid.IO
Jeppe Langhoff Sørensen Senior Systems Engineer Systematic

Keynote
We’re always offline!
Bastian Hofmann Senior Software Engineer ResearchGate

Bastian works as a Software Engineer at ResearchGate, the social network for researchers and scientists. There he is caring about performance, monitoring, web-security and developer productivity. When he is not developing stuff or looking at graphs, he frequently speaks at international conferences on software architecture, scaling web applications and open standards and protocols.


Keynote
Expect the un-expected: How to handle errors gracefully
Panel
DevOps do’s and don’ts: Avoiding DevOps disasters