Bosch will be present at Dev Talks Cluj

17 April 2018 devTalks

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Amongst our partners for this year’s edition, Bosch will also join us at Dev Talks Cluj. You can meet the Bosch representatives at the Exhibitors Area and find out more about the company’s activities, area of interest, technologies and products.

The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services. In Romania it has been present for more than 20 years and employs more than 2,700 associates in four entities.

In Cluj, Bosch opened in 2014 a research & development center as well as a production unit for automotive technology. Bosch produces here for global automotive customers electronic control units for driver assistance and energy management systems.



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Moreover, the company’s implication in the event is highlighted also by Ioana Lazarescu‘s participation as a speaker on the Transition to 2020 stage. Ioana is a Team Leader at Robert Bosch Engineering in Cluj and she will present a keynote with the theme “Bosch Sensors: Connected industry serves human – not vice versa”.

We were curious to find out their opinion about Dev Talks, as well as their view on the future of software development and here’s what we learned.




1.Why did you accept our invitation?

“Bosch is a worldwide company with history in development but in Romania not that much known for our activities in the direction of software. For that we are interested to find ways in which we can show in the local community what are the latest trends in development in which we invest.”

2.What is your message for our audience?

“Bosch wants to meet passionate people about engineering, about future possibilities and chances, about tomorrow’s innovations no matter the technologies in which these people are working on daily base.”

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

“The software developer of 2020 will have to handle a highly parallel SW. Sequential code will be relegated to a minority of code: the driving force is the limit on single thread performance of CPUs. This drives the need for more parallelism in SW. The current state of current technologies, of having a handful of cores, is merely a small step to the massively parallel CPU future.

SW will be around in your daily life: SW will be installed in your TV, Laptop, PC, Car, kitchen, garden everywhere around you, which will bring challenging aspects related to: data security; storage, handling and analysis of huge amount of data; “Plug & Play” solutions from various suppliers and therefore standardization.”