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Agenda Bucharest  13:30 (60 minutes) - The future Web

  1. Guy Duncan Global CTO at PayU
  2. Arthur Kerpician Senior PHP Developer at eMAG
Why don’t you trust Scrum?
Panel  12:50 (40 minutes) - The future Web

  1. Tamas Piros Technical Trainer at MarkLogic
Single Page Applications with a NoSQL backend and JavaScript
Lab  17:50 (40 minutes) - The future Web

During the talk we’ll discuss the benefits of full stack application development using JavaScript only. The SPA demoed will consist of two parts – a backend part created in node.js/Express and a frontend piece written in AngularJS. The backend will utilise a Node.js database connector to retrieve data from a NoSQL (MarkLogic) database. Relevancy ranked search will also be implemented into the core of application – it’ll utilise MarkLogic’s advanced, Google like search capabilities

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  11:30 (30 minutes) - The future Web

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  15:40 (30 minutes) - The future Web

Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
  1. Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things
Keynote  10:00 (30 minutes) - The future Web

Building wearable devices is hard, especially for amateurs. Finding all of the sensors and connectors you need is not only difficult, but also expensive. The good news is that you may find all of the sensors and parts you need neatly packed inside a cheap smartphone, and with a minimal amount of hacking you can build your very own IoT device.

  1. Jorge Dias Devops Engineer at XING
The rise of containers – How containers are changing the IT landscape
Keynote  16:50 (30 minutes) - The future Web

Docker is a technology that is bringing a real revolution to the world of IT. Its ease of use and flexibility is changing the way we build and deploy applications. We’ll explore the possibilities that containers have to offer and talk about how this technology is being integrated into a large scale existing architecture.

Networking & Cocktail Party
Agenda Bucharest  18:30 (60 minutes) - The future Web

An open source strong authentication server for less than $100 André LIECHTI CTO & senior consultant at SysCo systèmes de communication sa
  1. André LIECHTI CTO & senior consultant at SysCo systèmes de communication sa
An open source strong authentication server for less than $100
Keynote  16:10 (40 minutes) - The future Web

Using a Raspberry Pi nanocomputer (www.raspberrypi.org) and the multiOTP open source library (www.multiotp.net), I will demonstrate how to create an oath compliant authentication server.

After an introduction about some risks concerning old static passwords and how they can be stolen, we will see how strong authentication works with tokens using TOTP and HOTP oath compliant algorithms. We will discover how it’s easy to implement the multiOTP open source library, including an innovative way of distributing tokens by printing a configuration page per account which contains a provisioning QRcode. At the end, using a Raspberry Pi credit-card-sized single-board computer and a few accessories, we will run a demo of a fully oath compliant strong authentication server. A free full downloadable Raspberry Pi strong authentication server image is already available. A new version with additional functionalities will be released a few weeks before the talk.

  1. Bastian Hofmann Senior Software Engineer at ResearchGate
Bring your web application architecture to the next level with React.JS
Keynote  15:00 (40 minutes) - The future Web

In this talk I’ll show what React is all about and how you can combine it’s power with your web application, even if you have to render out HTML on the server side.

  1. Ionut Codreanu Lead Programmer at Ubisoft
Improving reliability in online games
Keynote  14:30 (30 minutes) - The future Web

Online games are moving towards a SaaS model and the change does not come alone. Instead, it brings along a bunch of new problems while not removing any of the already-existing ones. Reliability becomes a real concern and the game’s success may end up depending on just how well the developers manage to offer a stable experience to the players.

  1. Ovidiu Mihalcea Senior Web Developer at eMAG
  2. Mihai Stanculescu Targeting Manager at eMAG
Enhancing search experience with ELISSE
Keynote  12:30 (20 minutes) - The future Web

Confronted with increasingly large amounts of data, we need to go the extra mile and really underline the importance of the search box as the first place users go to explore and find the things they need, on their own terms.

Building a search engine that people can truly interact with can be a mysterious process. Thanks to it, they can discover valuable, relevant content, fall in love with your product and evangelize it within their group of friends. But without it, the process of bringing the information they need into focus becomes hazardous, and the users – hopelessly lost. Even though we tend to ignore it, relevance ranking cannot be avoided. Only  few organizations have the expertise to build a search experience that responds in a relevant, immediate manner. This is called relevance engineering, and hopefully, we can help shed some light on the subject with a case study on ELISSE (eMAG Listing and Semantic Search Engine), built on top of Apache Solr.

A Credit Card Walks Into A Bar Cristiano Betta Developer Evangelist at PayPal
  1. Cristiano Betta Developer Evangelist at PayPal
A Credit Card Walks Into A Bar
Keynote  12:00 (30 minutes) - The future Web

The Credit Card is over 60 years old and was invented way before the web came along, and we are paying the price or it. This notorious master of payments likes to be kidnapped, is easy to abuse, has a habit of bringing out the worst in web forms and loves to spread it’s digits all over the internet.

Cristiano Betta is a long time webdev and Developer Advocate at Braintree Payments. With a passion for payments and a broad sense of humor he takes apart the worst user interactions a Credit Card provides and shows what the future of payments could look like. From web to mobile, from IoT to wearables, the future of payments are more in flux than ever before and the Credit Card is very much at the heart of it all.

The web is Dead, Long Live the Web! Martin Naumann Software Engineer at Archilogic
  1. Martin Naumann Software Engineer at Archilogic
The web is Dead, Long Live the Web!
Keynote  17:20 (30 minutes) - The future Web

With all the talking about the rise of apps and the stagnation of the web, we keep forgetting that we’re seeing just another cycle of technology evolution, not a revolution.

The past, present and future of technology was, is, and will be whatever fosters its users, rather than enfeebling them – and the web is empowering like nothing else.

Let’s take a little trip and explore the web of yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
  1. Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation
Keynote  11:10 (20 minutes) - The future Web

Everyone talks about Continuous Delivery these days but it is always focused on the tools, processes and patterns for achieving this. In this talk, we will take a look at the other end of the spectrum understanding how you sell Continuous Delivery to the business and how it is the secret sauce to innovation.

  1. Lucian Ghinda Co-founder at Devacademy
  2. Jorge Dias Devops Engineer at XING
  3. Ali Kheyrollahi Solutions Architect at ASOS.com
  4. Cristiano Betta Developer Evangelist at PayPal
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Microservices Approach in ING Mobile Banking Andrei Rugina Software Architect – Home’Bank at ING Bank
  1. Andrei Rugina Software Architect – Home’Bank at ING Bank
Microservices Approach in ING Mobile Banking
Keynote  13:20 (40 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

To create software architecture that exhibits structural modularity, is truly agile and can adapt to new changes it’s not enough to put everything in the same project even if the source code is logically structured. Within ING we aim towards a modular approach of developing software: to have formal modules, versioning, explicit contracts based on requirements and capabilities, (micro)services based collaboration between them, run-time dynamism and so on

Networking Lunch & Solution Showcase
Agenda Bucharest  14:00 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Preparing your applications for IoT Emanuel Nastasa Business and Software development enthusiast at Luxoft
  1. Emanuel Nastasa Business and Software development enthusiast at Luxoft
Preparing your applications for IoT
Keynote  16:30 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Software applications aren’t static objects, they are more related to beings, in the sense that they tend to evolve and grow during their liftime. In order to aid this evolution, and build applications that will further support the business needs of the future certain aspects need to be kept in mind when desinging software applications.

In the near future, not only the individual applications will evolve but also the relationship between them, mainly in the context of IoT. This need has to be taken into account when building application that will address the needs of the future.

Broadcast Intent Fuzzing Framework for Android Razvan Costin Ionescu Security QA Engineer at Intel Corporation
  1. Razvan Costin Ionescu Security QA Engineer at Intel Corporation
Broadcast Intent Fuzzing Framework for Android
Keynote  16:00 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

The Broadcast Intent FUZzing Framework for Android is an open source fuzzing test framework, written in Python. It generates an Inter Process Communication call specific to Android with fuzzed parameters and it broadcast it in the system. The results are stored and analyzed for security issues.

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  11:30 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Augmented reality on Android Borys Pratsiuk Android Consultant / Architect at Ciklum
  1. Borys Pratsiuk Android Consultant / Architect at Ciklum
Augmented reality on Android
Keynote  15:15 (20 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

  1. Dan Virtopeanu Managing Partner at Breeze Mobile
  2. Daniel Badoi Software Engineer Consultant at Accenture
  3. Andrei Olaru Software Development Engineer at Deutsche Bank
Smart Things & Spime Dan Romescu President of Augmented Citizen Foundation, Founder DroidCon
  1. Dan Romescu President of Augmented Citizen Foundation, Founder DroidCon
Smart Things & Spime
Keynote  17:00 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  15:35 (25 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
  1. Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things
Keynote  10:00 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Building wearable devices is hard, especially for amateurs. Finding all of the sensors and connectors you need is not only difficult, but also expensive. The good news is that you may find all of the sensors and parts you need neatly packed inside a cheap smartphone, and with a minimal amount of hacking you can build your very own IoT device.

Networking & Cocktail Party
Agenda Bucharest  18:30 (60 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Hacking your home – reverse engineering wireless transmissions Karl-Henrik Nilsson IT-consultant - Software Architect / Developer at Sogeti Sverige AB
  1. Karl-Henrik Nilsson IT-consultant - Software Architect / Developer at Sogeti Sverige AB
Hacking your home – reverse engineering wireless transmissions
Keynote  18:00 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

The internet of things is built around sensors, without sensors we don’t know what goes on and we can’t tell our software to make rational choices based on the analytics of this data, but building our own sensors are not always practical or cost efficient when there are numerous of the shelf solution that could do the same thing if we could only access their

  1. Florentin Vintila Mobile Architect at IBM
Going Native… In A Hybrid World
Keynote  12:55 (25 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

GSM. Security. Laurentiu Nedelcu System Architect at Computaris
  1. Laurentiu Nedelcu System Architect at Computaris
GSM. Security.
Keynote  12:25 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

How secure is your mobile phone? Would it surprise you that it could be hacked? Probably not. If the Edward Snowden leaks are anything to go by you probably expect the NSA, FBI, GCHQ or another government acronym to have the capability to spy on you. Of course, to do so they need expensive equipment, direct access to your mobile network and highly trained hackers. But what if your mobile phone could be hacked much easier, without expensive equipment? And what if that hacker doesn’t have to be connected to your network, or even in your country? Right now there is a massive security flaw in how all mobile networks operate and communicate with each other. SS7 Network, first designed in the 1980s, is riddled with serious vulnerabilities that undermine the privacy of the world’s billions of cellular customers. How can a mobile operator protect its customers from attacks when the protocol used between mobile operators is poorly designed, with many “features” that can be easily exploited? Computaris already helped operators prevent these types of attackes and we would gladly want to share with you the concerns about security in SS7 Networks, strategies applied to protect the privacy, possible solutions and yet open points.

  1. Paul Ardeleanu Software Engineer at YUZA
Architecting apps: Can we write better code by planning ahead?
Keynote  12:00 (25 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Creating a successful app is like erecting a house. The building part can become laborious, boring and dangerous at times, especially if very little attention is paid to the planning process and no blueprints are to be found; in some cases it leads to disastrous outcomes, unhappy stakeholders and overrunning costs.
The initial phase of understanding the client’s idea and expectations is the most critical and yet the least talked about: translating requirements into a well structure document is what makes or breaks an app – similar to creating a good architecture document before commencing work on a building.
In this talk, Paul will talk about the things a team should implement before writing a single line of code (diagrams, sketches, prototypes, etc) and affix yet another acronym to the corporate bingo list: DDD (Documentation-Driven Design).

IoD: The Internet of Data Mike Elsmore Developer Advocate for IBM Cloudant
  1. Mike Elsmore Developer Advocate for IBM Cloudant
IoD: The Internet of Data
Keynote  17:30 (30 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

The Internet of Things covers a wide range of topics, from wearable and nearables through to TV’s and connected lightbulbs. A lot of these devices actively do something, this talk is about the devices and DIY equipment that just gather data. This is a talk about how I’ve started gathering data about myself and the environment around me and how I’ve started to interpret that as time series data.

Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
  1. Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation
Keynote  11:10 (20 minutes) - Mobile & IoT

Everyone talks about Continuous Delivery these days but it is always focused on the tools, processes and patterns for achieving this. In this talk, we will take a look at the other end of the spectrum understanding how you sell Continuous Delivery to the business and how it is the secret sauce to innovation.

  1. Lucian Ghinda Co-founder at Devacademy
  2. Jorge Dias Devops Engineer at XING
  3. Ali Kheyrollahi Solutions Architect at ASOS.com
  4. Cristiano Betta Developer Evangelist at PayPal
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Microsoft Azure – 101 for Developers Stefan Gaitanaru Partner Technical Consultant at Microsoft
  1. Stefan Gaitanaru Partner Technical Consultant at Microsoft
Microsoft Azure – 101 for Developers
Keynote  17:40 (20 minutes) - Cloud Computing

This presentation will describe what Microsoft Azure is, how the datacenters are distributed and how the services can be bought.

I will also contain details on the most importand Services and how the atendees can get learn more about Microsoft Azure by using the official documentation sources.

 

  1. Vlad Mihnea R&D Manager at Ymens
Embracing Cloud Identity: from theory to practice
Keynote  15:15 (20 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Identification and authentication in and across clouds play a pivotal role in regulating reliable and secure access to such services. Several models have emerged to support identity and access management across heterogenous  cloud environments. We will focus on one such model – the Identity Broker – as a practical method of securing your cloud.

  1. Romulus Crisan Language Platform Evangelist at SDL
Beyond Language Cloud: Technology and Lessons
Keynote  17:10 (30 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Creating a cloud platform it’s a complex task, it’s about dealing with rapid changes, scalability, API’s, security, discovery, infrastructure and many more. In summary lots of moving parts that must hang together.
This session will uncover details about what it takes to build a cloud platform looking at key technical concepts, lessoned learned and real data taken while building language cloud.

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  11:30 (30 minutes) - Cloud Computing

The Agile Coach Toolbox. Practical tools from the trenches Dan Radoiu Agile Coach, PMP, PMI-ACP at www.danradoiu.ro
  1. Dan Radoiu Agile Coach, PMP, PMI-ACP at www.danradoiu.ro
The Agile Coach Toolbox. Practical tools from the trenches
Keynote  16:00 (30 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  15:35 (25 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Networking Lunch & Solution Showcase
Agenda Bucharest  13:20 (70 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
  1. Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things
Keynote  10:00 (30 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Building wearable devices is hard, especially for amateurs. Finding all of the sensors and connectors you need is not only difficult, but also expensive. The good news is that you may find all of the sensors and parts you need neatly packed inside a cheap smartphone, and with a minimal amount of hacking you can build your very own IoT device.

Networking & Cocktail Party
Agenda Bucharest  18:30 (60 minutes) - Cloud Computing

The fight for control Cornel Fatulescu Co-founder at AgileHub, Directeur Technique IS at Pentalog
  1. Cornel Fatulescu Co-founder at AgileHub, Directeur Technique IS at Pentalog
The fight for control
Keynote  18:00 (30 minutes) - Cloud Computing

During this session I’ll speak about things that I’ve learned being a father, a manager, a coach and a trainer, things that everyone needs to know. – What is this? Asked the CEO. – The audit report you requested, said John, the IT manager. – Are you joking? Have you ever seen an audit report like this before? – I’ll change it immediately. – A complete waste of time and money. This shall never happen again! And then he left. John was shocked. This was the first time he had something meaningful to do in his new job. During the lunch break, he said to his good old friend, an experienced consultant in IT management: – My first two weeks as an IT Manager … And my boss has already yelled at me. There was something wrong with the audit report and I don’t even know what … Can you review my report before I send it back to my CEO? – Sure. I can also help you build one from scratch if you want. I’ve done many audits. In the situation above there are at least two processes: – How can John make the best audit report? (Hard skills) – How can John manage this kind of conflictual situations? (Soft skills). The second question will trigger the most important process. Is his boss going to yell again? How should John react? What can John do so that the entire organization can benefit from less violent communication? However, it is also the less obvious one to address. This is just one typical issue I’m going to talk about.

Perils of the Cloud Philipp Krenn Tamer of technology at ecosio
  1. Philipp Krenn Tamer of technology at ecosio
Perils of the Cloud
Keynote  16:30 (40 minutes) - Cloud Computing

How do you protect your access keys, certificates, or sensitive user data while using the benefits of public cloud services?This talk gives an overview on how you can secure your most valuable information without abstaining from fancy services. In particular we discuss how to store your code on GitHub as well as use services to build your artifacts, store them on S3, and run them on EC2. Finally, we debate which services and risks you might want to avoid.

  1. Stelian Nirlu
  2. Sabin Popa Cloud Strategy Leader at IBM
  3. Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
Innovation & Data privacy? Keeping innovation alive in Cloud!
Panel  14:30 (45 minutes) - Cloud Computing

5 Anti-Patterns in designing APIs Ali Kheyrollahi Solutions Architect at ASOS.com
  1. Ali Kheyrollahi Solutions Architect at ASOS.com
5 Anti-Patterns in designing APIs
Keynote  12:50 (30 minutes) - Cloud Computing

This talks elaborates on the Client-Server tenet of REST which focuses on separation of concerns between the client and the server. In the first third of the talk, I will talk about what the ideal client and servers are and examples of how their responsibilities. I will touch on how the word Server has lost its meaning of “serving” and the client has been overshadowed by the focus to the API. I will also compare the API to a restaurant and how its menu is the API’s REST resources.In the rest of the talk, I look at some important anti-patterns commonly seen in the industry (each with at least one example)

1. Chauvinist Server: designing the API from server’s perspective failing to hide its complexity behind its API (API designed from the server’s perspective).

2. Demanding client: client enforcing its special need onto the signature of the API (certain client’s limitation becomes server’s default behaviour).

3. Transparent Server: server exposing its internal implementation to its clients (server’s underlying or private domain bleeds into the public API).

4. Presumptuous Client: The client assuming the role of a server and engage in taking responsibilities that cannot guarantee.

5. Assuming Server: Server that assumes the responsibility of tailoring the response based on what it assumes client is (e.g. browser sniffing).

Elasticloud – THE Cloud for Devs Catalin Necula Sales Manager Cloud & Data Center at Star Storage
  1. Catalin Necula Sales Manager Cloud & Data Center at Star Storage
Elasticloud – THE Cloud for Devs
Keynote  12:20 (30 minutes) - Cloud Computing

What if a cloud service is Zero CC (Zero Code Changes), No Lock-In, No Restrictions, runs on containers, is Auto-Scalable and High Availability and … you pay by hour only for what you used? … Really! Here, in Romania! Wanna see? Attend my presentation and convince yourself.

  1. Marius Antonie Manager at Accenture
Accenture Cloud Platform
Keynote  12:00 (20 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Accenture Cloud Platform (ACP) is the way how enterprises can control, manage and govern Enterprise Cloud. Even if we speak of multiple cloud vendors or a mix of public and private cloud, ACP is a comprehensive tool that encapsulate all the needed details, and offers an easy to handle cloud environment. Let’s discover Accenture Cloud Platform.

Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
  1. Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation
Keynote  11:10 (20 minutes) - Cloud Computing

Everyone talks about Continuous Delivery these days but it is always focused on the tools, processes and patterns for achieving this. In this talk, we will take a look at the other end of the spectrum understanding how you sell Continuous Delivery to the business and how it is the secret sauce to innovation.

  1. Lucian Ghinda Co-founder at Devacademy
  2. Jorge Dias Devops Engineer at XING
  3. Ali Kheyrollahi Solutions Architect at ASOS.com
  4. Cristiano Betta Developer Evangelist at PayPal
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Agility and Life Camelia Codarcea Co-founder and Trainer at AgileHub
  1. Camelia Codarcea Co-founder and Trainer at AgileHub
Agility and Life
Keynote  14:55 (20 minutes) - BI/Big Data

Agility is best known in the IT world, mostly due to Scrum Framework. Certainly agility means more than that; I believe that life is agile and agility is a key skill for living a happy and purposeful life. If you want to understand why that is, how agility can help you (both in life and at work place), the process of change and how to welcome it, then join me for this 30 min presentation.

  1. Alex Bordei Product Manager at Bigstep
Memory, Big Data, NoSQL and virtualization
Keynote  15:15 (20 minutes) - BI/Big Data

In-memory processing has started to become the norm in large scale data handling. This is a close to the metal analysis of highly important but often neglected aspects of memory access times and how it impacts big data and NoSQL technologies.

We cover aspects such as the TLB, the Transparent Huge Pages, the QPI Link, Hyperthreading and the impact of virtualization on high-memory footprint applications. We present benchmarks of various technologies ranging from Cloudera’s Impala to Couchbase and how they are impacted by the underlying hardware.

The key takeaway is a better understanding of how to size a cluster, how to choose a cloud provider and an instance type for big data and NoSQL workloads and why not every core or GB of RAM is created equal.

  1. Felix Enescu
  2. Alex Sisu Team Leader at Atigeo
Scaling data processing pipelines in Big Data
Panel  17:00 (45 minutes) - BI/Big Data

  1. Felipe Hoffa Developer Advocate at Google
What we know, what is happening, and what we are made of: Exploring big data on the cloud
Keynote  17:45 (30 minutes) - BI/Big Data

We’ll talk and demo the tools and methodologies – that you can use – to understand the world and what we are made of. Interactively leveraging tools like Google BigQuery we’ll discover knowledge on 3 immense datasets: Wikipedia, GDELT, and the personal genome.

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  11:30 (30 minutes) - BI/Big Data

  1. Marius Leordeanu Chief Scientist at Teamnet
Learning Where to Fly: the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles that visually understand the world from above
Keynote  14:30 (25 minutes) - BI/Big Data

Flying robots are no longer inaccessible solutions. Today they are becoming less costly to build and easier to maneuver. Their increasing popularity is also raising many control and safety concerns, which require the extensive research and development of efficient solutions for obstacle avoidance, flying in difficult environments, as well as safe landing.

At Teamnet we are building an automatic system for UAVs using the latest computer vision and machine learning technologies, to enable drones to understand the world from above: segment different semantic regions, recognize individual object categories, automatically map roads and their intersections.

  1. Radu Moldovan TeamLead - Senior Software Engineer - Big Data at Atigeo
xPatterns 5.0 – big data analytics platform using Mesos, Spark(Core API, SQL, SJS), Hive, Tachyon, Jaws
Keynote  16:00 (50 minutes) - BI/Big Data

modules
programming model (RDDs)
architecture
Spark & Mesos (cluster Resource Manager)
demo (Spark Core + Spark SQL – Scala code)

Coffee Break & Networking
Agenda Bucharest  15:35 (25 minutes) - BI/Big Data

Networking Lunch & Solution Showcase
Agenda Bucharest  13:20 (70 minutes) - BI/Big Data

Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
  1. Valentin Gosu Software Engineer at Mozilla Foundation
Bringing the Web To the Internet of Things
Keynote  10:00 (30 minutes) - BI/Big Data

Building wearable devices is hard, especially for amateurs. Finding all of the sensors and connectors you need is not only difficult, but also expensive. The good news is that you may find all of the sensors and parts you need neatly packed inside a cheap smartphone, and with a minimal amount of hacking you can build your very own IoT device.

Networking & Cocktail Party
Agenda Bucharest  18:30 (60 minutes) - BI/Big Data

  1. Valentin Raduti System Architect at Computaris
Directory structure – the heart for Subscriber Data Management applications
Keynote  12:50 (30 minutes) - BI/Big Data

The presentation will focus on a solid and wide-spread data management model for network operator subscriber repositories, using a Network Directory Service paradigm. We will detail the need for a specialized big data approach, as well as the features required for a long term, scalable solution.

  1. Bogdan Bocse Solution Architect at AdsWizz
  2. Philippe-Alexandre Leroux Founder, COO at Adswizz
The Rise of Digital Audio: Dwelling between Big Data and Fast Data
Keynote  12:20 (30 minutes) - BI/Big Data

The exponential growth of digital audio brings AdsWizz to challenges that relate not only to huge volumes of data, but also to respecting milliseconds constraints around response times and to leveraging rich prediction models. Let us share how big data stores, distributed processing and elastic infrastructures have turned from being the cool trend to being business-as-usual for us.

IBM Smarter Analytics Adrian Turcu Big Data Architect at IBM
  1. Adrian Turcu Big Data Architect at IBM
IBM Smarter Analytics
Keynote  12:00 (20 minutes) - BI/Big Data

Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
  1. Patrick Kua Principal Consultant and Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks
Continuous Delivery – The secret sauce to innovation
Keynote  11:10 (20 minutes) - BI/Big Data

Everyone talks about Continuous Delivery these days but it is always focused on the tools, processes and patterns for achieving this. In this talk, we will take a look at the other end of the spectrum understanding how you sell Continuous Delivery to the business and how it is the secret sauce to innovation.

  1. Lucian Ghinda Co-founder at Devacademy
  2. Jorge Dias Devops Engineer at XING
  3. Ali Kheyrollahi Solutions Architect at ASOS.com
  4. Cristiano Betta Developer Evangelist at PayPal
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