AI, Machine Learning & Smart Technologies Software Development Conference.
The best event to learn new development skills, advance your career and make new human connections.
AI, Machine Learning & Smart Technologies Software Development Conference.
The best event to learn new development skills, advance your career and make new human connections.
Yordanka Fandakova is Mayor of Sofia from 2009. Her previous positions include Member of Parliament, Minister of Education, Youth and Science, Sofia Deputy Mayor for Culture, Education and Sports. Prior to that she gained rich 20-year experience in the area of education as a teacher and as a school principle.
Mrs. Fandakova holds MA in Russian Philology from Sofia University and Pushkin Institute in Moscow. She has additional qualifications in the spheres of management of education, business administration, political management. She speaks Russian and English.
Mrs. Fandakova’s priorities and achievements during her mandates as Mayor of Sofia include fast development of city infrastructure, free and fast internet coverage in public spaces, environment, education, better conditions for doing business in Sofia. During her term in office Sofia became one of the 30 fastest developing cities in the world and the European capital city with the biggest GDP growth in the last 10 years.
Dr. Pavlin Dobrev is a Research and Development Manager at Bosch Software Innovations. The company owned by Bosch is focused on developing software for the Internet of Things (IoT). He is charge for the Quality Management of the Bosch IoT Suite, the entire support of ISO 9001, ISO 20000 and ISO 27001 at Bosch Software Innovations, as well as various research and customer projects.
Dr. Dobrev has more than two decades of experience with IoT including latest Java technologies, as well as in OSGi and embedded systems. He is an active participant in the OSGi Alliance, Java Community Process and other technical standards groups. He is a member of the Eclipse Foundation and participates in the development of the Eclipse IDE as a committer in the Equinox project.
Pavlin Dobrev has a PhD in Computer Systems in the area of Knowledge Management from the Institute for Parallel Processing, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and holds an MsC in Computer Science from the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of Sofia University. He has written many scientific and technical publications and participated as speaker in prestigious international conferences.
Have we discovered the Holy Grail of business models for the Internet of Things, the killer app? Does every product need to be connected via a smartphone app? Have, as predicted, billions of devices already been connected? And what will come after the IoT hype is over? In his keynote address, Dr. Pavlin Dobrev traces Bosch’s route to the Internet of Things and its attendant evolution to an IoT company. For Dr. Pavlin Dobrev, the year 2018 marks a turning point: connectivity has finally reached the corporate sector and is now being increasingly commercialized. He believes that the hype surrounding IoT is over – but the excitement is not about to cool. According to a new study, one in two companies is planning to introduce an IoT platform this year. In the past, IoT was the subject of individual task forces and special projects, but now it is set to become an integral part of enterprise infrastructure, product portfolios, corporate strategy, and organization.
Sudan Jackson has been working in REWE Digital’s technology division since 2016, where he is responsible for cultural and organisational development. The focus is on actively designing collaborative environments to enable modern, innovative, creative, and customer-focused solutions. And although “Manager” is part of his current title, it only says a little about what he actually does. Sudan is a person who is inspired every day to improve people’s (working) lives. He is a certified coach and trainer, and a welcome speaker at conferences.
Sudan has over 20 years of experience as a personnel developer, project manager, IT consultant and business coach with internationally operating and leading companies where he was responsible for major projects in change management, leadership development, and in the organizational/transformational context.
He has also designed and implemented successful leadership, empowerment and talent management programs. He is very interested (and enjoys it a lot) in discovering new ways to modernize these topics. Working with people and helping others to do great things with his help that are not yet imaginable… This is a task with which he strongly identifies.
Atanas Kiryakov (LinkedIn) is the founder and CEO of Ontotext – Semantic Web pioneer and vendor of semantic technology. Atanas is member of the board of the Linked Data Benchmarking Council – standardization body, who’s members include all major graph database vendors.
Atanas is an expert in semantic graph databases, reasoning, knowledge graph design, text mining, semantic tagging, linking and search. Author of signature academic publications with more than 2500 citations. Until 2010 Atanas was product manager of GraphDB (formerly OWLIM) – a leading RDF graph database serving mission critical projects in organizations like BBC, Financial Times, Nikkei, S&P, Springer Nature, John Wiley, Elsevier, UK Parliament, Kadaster.NL, The National Gallery of US and top-5 US Banks.
As CEO of Ontotext, Atanas supervised multiple high profile semantic technology projects across different sectors: media and publishing, market and investment information, cultural heritage and government.
Responsible for PROS Travel product strategies, Surain Adyanthaya collaborates with clients to develop and shape airline solutions that address their key industry needs. Surain has held various roles at PROS including head of R&D. With PROS since 1993, Surain works closely with product development in his current leadership role of product innovation and strategy.
Reza Rahman is a long time consultant now working at CapTech. He has been an official Java technologist at Oracle. He is the author of the popular book EJB 3 in Action. Reza has long been a frequent speaker at Java User Groups and conferences worldwide including JavaOne and Devoxx. He has been the lead for the Java EE track at JavaOne as well as a JavaOne Rock Star Speaker award recipient. Reza is an avid contributor to industry journals like JavaLobby/DZone and TheServerSide. He has been a member of the Java EE, EJB and JMS expert groups over the years. Reza implemented the EJB container for the Resin open source Java EE application server. He helps lead the Philadelphia Java User Group.
Reza has over a decade of experience with technology leadership, enterprise architecture, application development and consulting. He has been working with Java EE technology since its inception, developing on almost every major application platform ranging from Tomcat to JBoss, GlassFish, WebSphere and WebLogic. Reza has developed enterprise systems for well-known companies like eBay, Motorola, Comcast, Nokia, Prudential, Guardian Life, USAA, Independence Blue Cross, Anthem, CapitalOne and AAA using Java EE and Spring.
Egyptian American entrepreneur-turned investor Ahmed Shabana is the current managing partner of the $150 million fund one Parkpine Capital, the U.S.-based venture capital firm he formed with partner Billy Zane most known in Hollywood for the movies Titanic and The Phantom. Launched in 2016, Parkpine has offices in Los Angeles and Menlo Park.
Ahmed is recognized as a high impact entrepreneur by the Wall Street Journal and The Financial Times by founding the Middle East’s first & Africa’s first eCommerce portal and online pharmacy, Agzakhana.com, generating millions in sales turnover while overcoming the economic and commercialization obstacles of the region. Moreover, Ahmed was able to raise capital from Vodafone Ventures and help fundraise for a number of Healthcare, BigData, and SaaS startups of over $800M in combined valuation.
Ahmed holds an MBA from the the University of Southern California, where he was inspired to form Parkpine as a way to improve access to funding and resources for tech entrepreneurs on a global scale. He funded the Global Ventures Summit to connect influencers of the highest growth startup ecosystems in the world. The Summit enables innovative startups to access venture capital professionals, funded technology startup founders, and policy makers in the freshest tech scenes on the planet.
Parkpine’s fund will target post-revenue investments in early-stage technology ventures in growing markets around the world. The fund has a broad mandate invests in tech companies with business models that can be replicated in different markets.
Delyan Lilov is founder and CEO of Musala Soft JSC, leading software services company specialized in some of the most challenging industries worldwide like Cloud Integration, API Management, Augmented Intelligence, BigData, Digital Engagement and IoT.
As a CEO of Musala Soft for more than 18 years, Delyan Lilov is responsible for defining the corporate strategy, managing operations and participating in key clients` management. His experience, professionalism and business views lead Musala Soft as a reliable, prestigious and long-term partner for innovative and trendsetting enterprises such as: IBM, Tsystems, VMWare, Experian, SAP, Atos, Cellent, Milestone, UGT, Deutsche Telekom, Telenor, A1, Vivacom, OTP Group, KBC, DZI, Commerzbank, Generali, Bulgarian Guarantee Fund, Visa, Telus Health, Telus International, ESG, Phillip Morris, Edoardo Miroglio, etc.
Committed to lifelong learning, knowledge sharing and a high degree of personal involvement, Musala Soft successfully develops its people and enlarges its offices in Macedonia and Bulgaria. The company is a proud winner of multiple national and international honors and recognitions in Talent Development, Science and Innovation, Quality of Software Solutions, Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Eugene Ciurana is the director of knowledge representation science and technology at Meltwater, where his team is building the most advanced competitive intelligence system in the world by contextualizing 1.2 trillion documents and 12 million unique entities from 10 million data sources worldwide. His previous work as an AI technology principal led to successful exits, products, and services at Cosmify, Yahoo, Summly, and Badoo. Eugene’s career evolved from high availability and scalability systems to deep learning, exploratory analysis of unstructurеd data, and applied ML over the last 7 years. He has served in direct tech advisory roles at MuleSoft (acquired by Salesforce for $6.5B), Horizons Ventures, TA Venture, JP Morgan Chase, Cloudera, Kearny Jackson, Rubikloud, and Box. Eugene can be reached at https://ciurana.eu or in the Freenode and OFTC networks under /nick pr3d4t0r.
Data scientists and engineers have some overlapping skills, but transitioning from one to the other requires more than coding skills. This session explains how to improve an engineer’s hands on skills to start a path toward exploratory, applied data science coding and system design.
ML, NLP, and data science applications require a blend of programming languages, databases, libraries and services. This session explains how to decide on the tools for the production, integration, and development environments, from the desktop to the largest computational network.
Meadows is an American author, inventor, artist and entrepreneur. With 18 years in AI, 22 in VR, and 7 years in blockchain he has designed and developed AI applications at some of the world’s top research labs (Xerox-PARC, SRI, Waag, and others). He has worked as a government-level consultant in both hemispheres, is the author of a half-dozen patents, and has written four books that examine technology and their social consequences. As founder / CEO of Botanic.io and co-founder / Trustee of SeedToken.io, he leads the vision of the companies by inventing new methods of computer-human interaction, designing the hearts and minds of highly social software robots.
This presentation looks at conversational user interfaces (CUIs), how they will be coupled with blockchain and AI, and their impact on our near future. Popular CUIs are Alexa and Siri. As these systems collect more user data, which is used to train AI systems, we need to consider several key issues, including: trust – who is responsible for these bots; privacy – who has access to my data; and ethics – what is my data being used for? We look at solutions, why blockchain is needed to solve problems AI introduces, and ways to provide maximum value to all stakeholders.
Physics Master’s graduate with an appetite for machine learning & AI. Passionate in the areas of natural language processing and human-machine interaction.
If we’re going to continue using words, we’re going to need to do a lot of work. In this talk, I will give an overview of how we have adapted to use words as data for machine learning, and then showcase the technique of embedding data, from single synonyms to whole sentences. I will also talk about some recent Rasa research we have been conducting with embeddings when building AI assistants.
Stefan has key roles in product development, development infrastructure, and projects with some of Ontotext’s biggest clients. He was the guiding force behind the creation of the Dynamic Semantic Publishing platform and two of its core components, the Concept Extraction Service, and the Recommendations engine.
In his present role, Stefan manages the Semantic Analytics Solutions squad. His mission is to make sure the team builds exciting, easy to use and run, and semantically powered software. The focus is on creating technologies which empower publishers to generate more relevant, interconnected content and personalized semantic recommendations, which helps them increase user engagement.
What’s a text analytics pipeline made of? What does it do and how? How to effectively process and index millions of documents through a text analytics pipeline? How to manage your corpus to make the processing smooth and predictable? How to performance tune the JVM for the job? How to make the process repeatable?
Kai Hackbarth has been working as an evangelist at Bosch Software Innovations since July 2016. He previously worked at ProSyst Software, which Bosch acquired in 2015. Kai Hackbarth plays a pivotal role in technical standardization in the OSGi Alliance, of which he is also a Board of Directors member. He served as Co-Chairman of the OSGi Residential Expert Group from 2008 to 2018. Kai Hackbarth furthermore coordinates a wide range of Internet of Things (IoT) research projects. He specializes in smart homes, automotive applications, and the IoT. Last but not least, he closely follows the latest trends in these three sectors and provides regular guidance on the strategic positioning of the corresponding product portfolios at Bosch Software Innovations.
For some of us the IoT journey started almost 20 years ago. The term “Internet-of-Things” was not even invented at that time. The world of Java was also much different with just a few big player especially in the Web- and Enterprise-world. Except for Java CLDC enabled mobile phones you rarely found Java in embedded devices. In 1999 the OSGi Alliance started its mission to specify a Java based, modular software architecture for gateways enabling to connect devices in smart homes or offices. The fact that the OSGi framework was Java-based and also an open standard made the adoption difficult in the beginning. Fortunately the world of technology has changed significantly over the years. IoT is mainstream in many domains, others are in a phase of adoption. This presentation will compare the challenges of adopting IoT technologies today vs. 20 years ago as well as our strategy to tackle this challenges. Furthermore this presentation will focus on the role of the OSGi Alliance and Eclipse Foundation as well as how we use these technologies to build an open end-to-end IoT ecosystem. This presentation will conclude with some practical examples where these technologies are already deployed.
Software Engineer with professional experience across various technologies and verticals, designing software architecture and developing large scale enterprise systems. Specializing and holding masters degree for search systems and machine learning.
Microservices are becoming a de facto standard for software architecture. Business demands to shorten time to market and the constant needs to roll quick updates are primary advocates for microservices.
Microservices showcased they are the appropriate approach to roll fast releases.
However, microservices introduce a lot of complexity that might represent a trap for inexperienced teams, that might easily cause a completely opposite effect. Without appropriate design the code can become even worse that the dreaded monolith and the releases will suffer continuous delays.
Microservices require discipline, experience and broad technical knowledge in order to successfully incorporate them in practice.
In this talk I’m about to present how not to fall in the traps accompanying this approach.
Alexander Kostadinov currently holds a Senior Software Engineer position at Musala Soft’s team developing the smarthome platform for Deutsche Telekom – Qivicon. Being part of the team that is responsible for integrating new devices into the platform, through the last years he gained significant experience in working with numerous and various smart devices coming from renowned manufacturers. As an IoT enthusiast, he enjoys spending his spare time playing with connected devices and applying smart solutions to his own home.
Alexander graduated his bachelor’s and master’s degree from the Faculty of German Engineering Education and Business Management at the Technical University of Sofia. In 2017, Alexander held a session considering the ways to overcome the diversity of smart devices during the Innovations in Software Technologies and Automation (ISTA) conference in Sofia. In both 2016 and 2017, he also held lectures considering writing high-quality code during Musala Soft’s MUFFIN conference. Being a strong defender of quality code, he also held several public MUFFIN seminars on the topic.
Day by day, we are getting more and more excited about the ideas behind the Internet of Things – IoT always brings a picture of a fully-automated surrounding world where connected devices substitute us in many daily activities. It is a fact that our world has already become flooded by smart devices and, as a natural consequence of this fact, many companies are trying to conquer a bigger part of the market, offering the customers their own bespoke IoT platforms that integrate a large number of connected devices produced by renowned manufacturers. However, because there is no such standard accepted for the connected device APIs, as well as the means of device connectivity and communication are almost unlimited, the process of smart device integration turns out to be making the IoT platform providers face a great challenge – the lack of standardization and the various device communication methods, which results in many possibilities for bugs to sneak into the platform. So, the main question stands – how to prevent our smart device integration platform from bugs and make it safe enough?
In order to at least partially answer this outstanding question, being part of the team that is responsible for integrating new devices into a big leading IoT platform for 4 years now myself, I will share my experience how we managed to resolve a lot of issues related to connected device integration and what actions and adaptations our team had to undergo in order to improve the quality of our products. During the session, we are going to have a deeper look over the bugs we fixed in the last year in a statistical manner – what was their type, what components they affected, what time was needed to discover the cause and fix a given defect, what percent of them were real blockers, etc. Further ahead, we will take a look over what structural changes our team had to go through and what mistakes we could have easily avoided in advance. Finally, practical advice is going to be shared in order to clarify how to spot potential bugs and how to improve the quality of the connected device IoT platform we are developing.
Nikolay is a network freak and lazy software nerd ☺ Over the time he switched from networking and system engineering to software. How that has happened he does not really know. Topics like DevOps, SDN and cloud are a natural match for his interests.
Nikolay has a PhD from NBU in “IPv4 to IPv6 network transformation” and a specialization in Architectures for Software systems from Carnegie Mellon University. Currently Nikolay is getting a sabbatical from his full time assistant professor position @ NBU.
So he got enough free time to put together a hardware startup for consumption monitoring of water, gas and electricity – ThingsLog.
In this talk I will walk you over ThingsLog – a Bulgarian startup for consumption monitoring of water, gas and electricity.
The idea about the system has been build in 2013 when people has been burning themselves because of high electricity bills.
Now it has been put into production and everybody can order “Consumption monitoring as a service”.
In this lecture we will explain how does the system work, how we build it, how we put it on a field test and how we have put it in production.
Alex has 27 years of full time experience in software development. Starting with Lisp programming at the University, and then moving into the world of business computing, Alex has worked with a wide variety of technologies. From imperative, object oriented programming, to functional/declarative programming. Alex’s expertise spans developing software solutions for healthcare, financial and e-commerce industry sectors. While still at the University, Alex read a seminal book “Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid” by Douglas Hofstadter and become fascinated by the Artificial Intelligence research. Soon after that came the strong interest in the neural networks research. After spending some time building solutions utilizing the web 2.0 technologies (REST and HATEOAS), Alex got involved in the nascent web 3.0 initiatives (the so-called ‘semantic web’). The web standards fostered by the W3C ‘web app manifest’ ushered the new era of Progressive Web Apps (PWA). In addition to this vast improvement in the web technology, web 3.0 also enables the emergence of Conversational User Interface (CUI). Alex has done extensive work in formulating and implementing conversational interface on the web. He had delivered a talk on that topic at the first European Chatbot conference, held in Vienna, Austria in October 2016 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzNT1NPlVJU&t=120s). Alex is a frequent contributor to the “Free Code Camp” publication (https://medium.freecodecamp.com), as well as to the “Chatbots Magazine” (https://chatbotsmagazine.com) and the “Bots for Business” magazine (https://medium.com/bots-for-business). Alex also keeps many of his writings on his Medium page (https://medium.com/alex-bunardzic).
Author of PyTorch. Programming languages, Algorithmics, FP, PP, Math. CS & Mathematics student at MIMUW.
PyTorch is one of the main tools used for machine learning research these days. It’s been developed in beta mode for over 2 years, but this October, a release candidate for 1.0 version has been finally released!
In this talk, I’ll briefly introduce the library, and then move on to showcase the cutting edge features we introduced recently. The new version has been specifically designed to retain the excellent user experience, but also to make the path from research to production seamless, and enable a whole new class of optimizations to be applied automatically in the future.
Master student at KFUPM in Saudi Arabia studying specialized in deep learning and its applications in computer vision.
The Bulgarian Java User group was founded in September 2007 along with a mailing list for discussion of any Java-related questions, problems and upcoming technologies. After a short period of dormancy, five members set leadership board in 2013. It triggered regular meetups and sessions once or twice a month with local and foreign speakers. The JUG first took part in several Adopt OpenJDK activities and soon after that became JCP member. The events and workshops organized by the community are sponsored and backed up by IT companies on the Bulgarian market
Atlassian Users Group Sofia functions since 2015. It is established thanks to the active support from Atlassian which have realized the importance of supporting the user communities for their products around the world.
On our events we strive to create environment where people can share experience and ideas mostly about Atlassian products but any other topics related to IT industry in general are welcome.
The groups grows and new people are constantly joining. Currently we have about 200 members. The group has 3 leaders which share the tasks for organizing the group. On our events usually gather more than 20 people.
Petar Velikov is one of the people which help with the organization and the life of the group. He has many years experience not only with Atlassian products but also with the software development as whole.
Alex has been a developer for more than 10 year. Most of that time in Telerik (now Progress) working on products and tools for developers.
Currently, he is working on NativeScript and is excited about open source. Hе also co-organizes the Angular Sofia meetup, because he believes that if you have spend a whole day of writing dirty hacks – you better spend the evening talking about pure functions with some cool folks.
Association of Software Engineers (ase.bg) is a non profit organization that helps professional software engineers with their lifelong learning challenges and achieve software engineering excellence.
Galin Zhelyazkov is a IT serial entrepreneur. Graduated software engineering and management, global innovation management and entrepreneurship and innovation in Sweden, UK and Australia. Co-founder and founder of a total of 5 companies from different fields.
He worked on numerous projects in his hometown of Varna as drive moving theatre, summer cinema in Varna, co-working space Varna beehive.bg, Startup Weekend Varna, Startup Europe Week, Startup Grind and TEDxPlovdiv (in Plovdiv). He is also a mentor to several young entrepreneurs.
Cat and Mouse Coworking was formed as a natural extension of the first craft beer bar in Kapana. It is the place for all those creative people who need a slightly more relaxed atmosphere but without going beyond the boundaries of the creative district, where inspiration is literally everywhere. The new concept follows the idea of creating a different social environment and additional climate change in the creative district.
Coding Girls is a gender-neutral organization promoting an increased presence of girls and women in the tech, leadership and entrepreneurship. We inspire and empower girls to get in technology and develop a tech-career. Coding Girls delivers a series of worldwide events, workshops and courses. With 1000+ members across the world, we are continuously growing and increasing the number of girls and women in tech.
Dimitar Dzhurenov is CEO/Founder at Infinite X Labs – blockchain development & consultancy company based in Sofia. He is also the founder of EOS Bulgaria and one of the most active advocates of EOS in the Bulgarian community.
GDG Sofia is а group of enthusiasts that gather around Google technologies. We organize different events – seminars, conferences or just dine outs, and discuss the latests developments.
Arjan comes from the world of corporate services and has been a consultant for international business and taxation for many years, while also coding on internal and open source software projects. Now with his business domain knowledge and coding experience his company is working on delivering software, which uses modern technologies such as blockchain and self-sovereign identity, for the corporate services sector. He also (co)-hosts the Bulgarian meetups for Go, Rust, Hyperledger and aeternity blockchain.
Legal Hackers is a global movement of lawyers, policymakers, designers, technologists, and academics who explore and develop creative solutions to some of the most pressing issues at the intersection of law and technology. Through local meetups, hackathons, and workshops, Legal Hackers spot issues and opportunities where technology can improve and inform the practice of law and where law, legal practice, and policy can adapt to rapidly changing technology.
Boris is a senior student majoring in Business Administration and Computer Science from the American University in Bulgaria, currently President of the student technology club – The Hub AUBG. Being exposed to the Liberal Arts system allowed him to broaden his knowledge in fields of IT and business. By immersing himself in challenging environments, he strives to sustain his passion and enthusiasm for never-ending learning while contributing to society.
Trevor Workspaces is aiming to build a network of on-demand workspaces, that attract talent and provide “Maker space” infrastructure for hardware builders.
Google’s Women Techmakers program provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology. From 2014 to present, Women Techmakers is continually launching global scalable initiatives and piloting new programs to support and empower women in the industry.
WTM is inclusive and welcomes all the people interested in changing mindsets and unbiasing with education, passion and support!
CEO at Work & Share – one of the biggest coworking spaces in the Balkan region – 300 + Members in the community / 3000+ sqr.meters
Dimitar is 30 years old hard worker with two kids at home. In the past 10 years he takes part as owner or Product Manager or products involving hardware & software development- Mobile payments, IoT, Home Automation, Industrial solutions and even house and office constructions. Dimitar is part of projects like Findy, HiGPS, S2our, Balkan Center, Passive Smart House and many others.
Irrepressible startup enthusiast, entrepreneur, lecturer, activist at the Programmer’s Club in Veliko Tarnovo. Started in 2013 the Tinusaur Project – an educational platform for learning electronics, robotics and programming. Co-founded in 2007 Interlecta, a product company with offices in Bulgaria and in US that develops products in the field of telemedicine.
Stefan, like most geeks, rejected the faith of his parents early in his childhood. Later in life, however, he missed the community support and sense of purpose that religious people enjoy – until he found Pastafarianism.
He converted to his new faith in 2009 and has spearheaded the Bulgarian branch of the church ever since. In 2016 Stefan and his now wife became the first couple in Bulgaria (and only 2nd in the world) to have a Pastafarian wedding ceremony, a rite they now recommend for everyone who finds the traditional church wedding boring and misogynistic.
Reza Rahman, the founder of Java EE Guardians, will cover the latest developments in the Java EE arena, and lay out the future scenarios. MicroProfile is the dominant Java Microservices building block, so no talk about Java EE is complete without it.
The most common Java performance and memory problems, as reported by developers and operations staff over many surveys, have well understood analysis techniques. Here Jack Schirazi will cover these with free tools and examples, so you don’t have to bang your head against the wall.
In this talk Steve Poole will cover all aspects of Java Vulnerabilities. He’ll explain why Java has this dubious reputation, what’s being done to address the issues and what you have to do to reduce your exposure. With examples and code this talk will help you become more effective in tacking security issues in Java.
In this session, you’ll learn how to develop APIs with Java 8 and Spring Boot, then deploy them to the cloud. You’ll also learn how to develop apps with the latest version of Angular, make them work offline, and optimize them for production. Matt Raible will show you how to do this all with JHipster.
This talk will present the different interaction options for app developers doing AR and VR. Wajdi Ben Rabah will show you the different ways to develop a parallel experience and show the best practices of interaction in the augmented and virtual worlds under Android.
The first edition of Java2Days was held on 8-9 October 2009 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The brand new event brought together top speakers including Reza Rahman, Josh Long, John Willis and many others who presented in front of the passionate Java developers from the region.
Java2Days is a must-attend event for anyone in the Java development area. The conference program will include a combination of keynotes, sessions, workshops, discussions led by industry’s top experts as well as social events where developers can meet and learn from their peers.
Java2Days features more than 80+ in-depth sessions across 12 different tracks dedicated to help the software developers and IT professionals to improve their professional skills. This is simply the right place where developers could learn from world leading Java geeks.
Java2Days 2017 offers the best networking experience for software developers and IT professionals. The attendees have the unique chance to speak face-to-face with world leading speakers, Java experts and industry colleagues during the sessions, discussions and social events.
Java2Days is the only software development conference in Europe recognised by the leading business media like Forbes. Java2Days received a special award for “Valuable contribution to the development of the IT environment in Bulgaria” at Forbes Business Awards 2016.
Java2Days is a commercial event, but we do support the community! During the last 9 years the event has been offering more than 300 free passes to regional JUG’s leaders and community members. It also gives a chance to local speakers to present alongside world leading experts.
Adaptive, Interactive, Contextual systems over unstructured data
Predictive Modeling, Business Intelligence, Big Data
Verification, Identification, Classification, Segmentation
Audio and textual syntactic and semantic analysis, sentiment detection
Multi-tier industrial and home automation systems
Modeling, Classification and Actionable perspectives
Reinforcement and Adaptive learning techniques
Cluster analysis, anomaly detection, blind signal separation
Emerging Industry standards for efficient vertical integration
The healthy environment needed for every IT Professional
Designing robust applications resilient to contemporary attacks
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