We’re back with more insights from our speakers. Why do they want to be a part of Dev Talks? What is their message for the Dev Talks audience and how do they see the future for developers?

Keep reading and find out the answers!

 

1.Why did you accept our invitation?

Christian Federspiel, Owner at Catalysts:

Sharing and exchanging ideas and opinions has always been the basis for any technological development. So, in this unique times marked by the an unseen flow of information, I’m happy to make a contribution to our collective effort to reach the next level.

Karina Popova, DevOps/System Engineer at Whatever Mobile:

After lots of conferences I can personally attest to the wide range of benefits that international communication provides for IT development nowadays. Our mission is to enable companies to realize innovation in the field of IoT. That’s why we want to share our knowledge about m2m communication and the fields of application of multi network SIM cards in this context.

Alex Moldovan, Full Stack Developer at Fortech:

I’m really eager to help the IT community in Cluj grow, so events like this are always of interest to me. They create a stronger community which is beneficial on the long term.

 

2.What is your message for our audience?

Christian Federspiel, Owner at Catalysts:

Always keep in mind that we live in exciting times, times in which everyone of us can change the world through technological innovation. All you need is a little bit of ingenuity and a lot of courage.

Karina Popova, DevOps/System Engineer at Whatever Mobile:

When it comes to time critical information or security a permanent connection to all m2m devices is essential. If you have to be able to rely on the connection multi network SIM cards are an option worth considering/could be the right solution.

Alex Moldovan, Full Stack Developer at Fortech:

I hope everyone will enjoy this. The event will surely be one of the top IT events in Cluj so get your brains ready and contribute! Ask questions, join conversations, be part of this! Conferences are one of the best ways to evolve as a professional.

 

3.How will the future look for developers in 2020?

Christian Federspiel, Owner at Catalysts:

Today, writing good software for big data is a form of art. More and more, all processes important for developing big data software are going to be structured and reliable patterns will be available.

Karina Popova, DevOps/System Engineer at Whatever Mobile:

As I now reflect back on my working experience, I would imagine that our future work as developers in 2020 could be more inspired by diversity and the insight brought about through cooperating with ITs from all over the globe. As information and data would be always the most powerful tools, we would deal more and more with different sensors and systems, analyzing the incoming information, based on the idea of robot-coders, testing probably would become the first major priority in our daily life.

Alex Moldovan, Full Stack Developer at Fortech:

This is a tricky one. Hopefully by 2020 the community will focus more on paradigms and core programming skills, not on the hottest framework. Also I think that teaching others should be in everyone’s mind. Without mentoring and inspiring the next generation of developers, high volume software development will not be sustainable. The “software is eating the world” quote is closer to the truth with every passing day.