Workshop – IoT Data Analytics appliance for the EU energy market


Workshop – A peek at Clojure

We’re kicking off the third edition of DevTalks in Cluj. This year we have even bigger plans 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. On the stages we will discuss about web,mobile, BigData,  cloud computing, DevOps, smart devices, machine learning, AI and more.

In addition to the 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 Cluj! On May 17th 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.


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


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.


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?


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 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.


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 - A peek at Clojure

More details coming soon!

2017 Speakers


Dan Calinescu Co-Founder & Managing Partner Fluid Trends, Inc

Developer, writer, educator and father of four, on a mission to contribute to a future where technology serves humanity – not the other way around. Built three technology companies from scratch and contributed to the development of well over a hundred software products in the last 16 years. Expert diaper-changer with a ridiculous passion for Open Source and Product Development.

Evolving Beyond Agile With Fluid Innovation Thinking
Iulian Velea Senior Java Consultant Luxoft Romania

Iulian is a very passionate, hands-on professional, with over 10 years’ experience in Java development covering multiple technologies.

During his time in the IT&C industry Iulian has held various Java development roles. He has developed code using Java core features, CDI for Dependencies and Contexts Injection and Apache Camel for EIP related to messages routing. Furthermore he has also been involved in designing the architecture of various modules in the project he is part of.

Iulian is always keen on staying up to date with the latest developments in the industry in order to hone his skills and make sure his trainings are current. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and a Master’s degree in Computer Science.

Key areas of expertise:

  • Java technologies: Java 1.4 – 1.7, J2SE, CDI, JMS, JAXB, DOM, SAX, JAXP, Swing, SWT, JDBC etc.
  • XML technologies: XSL, XSD, DTD, RNG, WSDL, XML vocabularies (DITA, DocBook, TEI, XHTML) etc.
  • Frameworks/Libraries: Apache Camel, Xerces, Saxon, Xalan, JIDE, JUnit, Log4J, SVNKit etc.
  • Tools: Maven, GIT, Hudson, Ant, CVS, SVN, Eclipse. JIRA, Bugzilla, JProfiler
  • Platforms: OS (Windows, MacOS, Linux), Databases (Oracle, MySQL, DB2 etc.)
  • Design skills: Java Design Patterns, Object Oriented Analysis and Object Oriented Design, AOP
  • Software development methodology: XP, Scrum, Kanban, Test Driven Development

Enterprise Integration Patterns implemented with Apache Camel
Martin Woolley Technical Program Manager Bluetooth SIG

Martin Woolley is an industry veteran with over 30 years’ experience working with computers large, small and ….. getting smaller. He still has a Sinclair ZX81 somewhere. When Martin first discovered Bluetooth low energy it struck him as a phenomenally exciting, useful and developer-friendly technology and a perfect fit in this age of the Internet of Things.

Martin is a member of the SIG’s Developer Programs and Evangelism team and thoroughly enjoys talking with developers about software development and Bluetooth.

2 x faster, 4 x further, 8 x bigger: Bluetooth 5
Hannes Van De Vreken Software Engineer & Developer Relations madewithlove

Software Engineer at madewithlove.be, open source user and contributor, organiser of meetups in Belgium and also an aspiring triathlete.

Code Reviews beyond Code Style