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International Software Developer conference, unique in region

The 1st Coding Serbia Conference 2013 finished successfully. More than 250 developers from the whole region attended Coding Serbia Conference, which took place from 17th to 18th October in Novi Sad, Serbia. Experts from Germany and Serbia shared their knowledge and contributed to the software quality improvement. Attendees had the opportunity to enjoy hearing top-notch speakers and experience of the knowledge sharing through lectures and workshops on two parallel tracks.

This year we will give you more! More speakers, more discussions, more workshops, more fun!

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If you think you have knowledge to share, please click on the details button and follow the instructions. Send us an email to codingserbia@codecentric.com

 

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JAVA
BIGDATA
AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Testing and Performance Measurement Tools
Software Architecture
NoSQL
Script Languages
Cloud Computing
Mobile Applications Development

JAVA

Java is a general-purpose, concurrent, class-based, object-oriented programming language that is specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It is intended to let application developers "write once, run anywhere".

With its powerful VM, robust platform, large set of tools, libraries and frameworks, and enormous open source community, Java established itself as one of the most important software tools of today.

BIGDATA

Mankind creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day - 90% of all data ever created was produced in the last two years alone.

It comes from everywhere and can be anything - sensor data, social media information, digital pictures, videos or music, purchase transaction records, GPS signals... This is big data.

Its volume is what makes it big as it is ever-growing and will never stop. Velocity is another important dimension as, from processing perspective, sometimes only for a short period late is far too late.

AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value:

Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
Working software over comprehensive documentation
Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
Responding to change over following a plan

That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.

Testing and Performance Measurement Tools

So, you wrote your mobile app.

Your funny adventure game.

Your commercial web service.

Your enterprise solution.

But does it work? Does it work what you wanted it to work? Does it have any "hidden treasures"?

Is it perfomant? Or, is it slow as a snail?

How do you know that?

Software Architecture

"The only thing that you can do with an F-22 that does not require software is take a picture of it." - Lt. Gen Fain

This quote is almost correct as it fails to recognize that camera being used is also packed with software.

Software is everywhere.

Software is the root cause of most of today's system problems.

The quality of software is determined by its architecture. Create good architecture and you will have an easy life.

Probably.

NoSQL

Relational databases were never designed to cope with the scale and agility that modern applications are facing.

NoSQL databases have emerged in response to these challenges and in response to the new opportunities provided by low-cost commodity hardware and cloud-based deployment environments - and natively support the modern application deployment environment, reducing the need for developers to maintain separate caching layers or write and maintain sharding code.

Script Languages

Modern businesses and modern society ask for software development that is faster and cheaper than it was ever before. Markets are demanding quick answers to unstable and ever-changing requirements specifications.

This is where script languages can help a lot - paired with powerful platforms such as Java, they can provide necessary speed and can ease the work.

Ruby, Groovy, Python, Erlang... Just to name a few. Interesting enough to make you wish to work with them and powerful enough to scare you.

Cloud Computing

cloud com•put•ing

Noun

The practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server...

Cloud computing as a technology trend has caught up fast in recent years. It has revolutionized IT in a way never seen before and has clearly changed how the traditional software works for businesses.

It is helping businesses scale operations and optimizes their investments - not only through lower costs - but in a way businesses use it to optimize their investments.

Mobile Applications Development

By 2013, mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common way to access the internet.

In 2012, there were 1.2 billion app users worldwide. By 2017, the number is expected to grow to 4.4 billion.

Estimates for downloads of apps in 2013 range from 56 to 82 billion. In 2017, there could be 200 billion downloads.

Analysts estimate that app revenues could be US$20-25 billion in 2013 which could triple by 2017.

Any question why mobile?

Yeah, we thought not.

 

2013's
speakers

Sessions and
interactive workshops

 
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Daniel Schneller

BIOGRAPHY

Daniel Schneller has been working in software development since 1999. After more than 10 years as a Java and database specialist working for a large German retail company, he started to venture into mobile development. After a short period with WindowsCE based systems he joined codecentric in 2010 as a senior IT consultant and increasingly focused on mobile application development. Currently he is working as the mobile software development lead for CenterDevice and manages the development of their Android and iOS applications.

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Aleksandar Stoisavljevic

BIOGRAPHY

Aleksandar Stoisavljević graduated in 2006 at Novi Sad University with master thessis "e-Government web applications". First working experience was during studies, working on Win32 desktop applications in business domain of restaurant IS and hotel management system. Joined Levi9 Global Sourcing in 2007, changing focus to web development, especially using Java programming language. Aleksandar proved himself in wide variety of web applications especially in social networking.

As from 2008, works in Levi9 as a Technical Team Lead.

Always "living on the edge" with newly released frameworks and ready to experiment with late products for web development.

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Fabian Lange

BIOGRAPHY

Fabian Lange is a web and performance geek, currently working on CenterDevice at codecentric. His passion is to build fast software and help others to do the same, by speaking at conferences, or authoring on the web or paper.

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Pavlo Baron

BIOGRAPHY

Pavlo tames the data bear. Well, he tries to. But sometimes you eat the bear, and sometimes the bear eats you. Trying to come close enough to the bear, Pavlo has tried a vast variety of approaches, languages, platforms and technologies. Right now, he believes that math, asynchronous events and messages, data flows, functional and reactive programming as well as simply speed and careful distribution let him come close enough to the bear. But Pavlo is still far from being able to really eat the bear - probably just nibbling a paw. At least, the bear is now himself confused and doesn't attack or strike back too hard anymore. But still hard enough to leave some scars. Pavlo speaks from time to time at conferences about these scars. And writes a book occasionally, when the scar story doesn't fit into a single conference talk. Pavlo is data technologist and rubber duck with codecentric AG.

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Uwe Friedrichsen

BIOGRAPHY

Uwe Friedrichsen travels the IT world for many years. As a Fellow of codecentric he can live out his curiosity about new ideas and concepts as well as his joy at outside-the-box thinking. His current focus areas are distributed, highly scalable systems and agile architecture. Often, you can find him on conferences sharing his ideas, or as author of articles, blog posts, tweets and more.

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Uwe Seiler

BIOGRAPHY

Uwe Seiler is a Senior IT Consultant with codecentric AG. He is a Big Data nerd and is thrilled by the range of new options introduced by the numerous technological innovations. Besides being a trainer and consultant for mainly MongoDB and Hadoop, he always loves a good discussion about NoSQL and Big Data in general – for example at the MongoDB and Hadoop User Group Rhein-Main or various conferences where he is trying to evangelize Big Data. In his spare time, he is currently working on his first (German) book about MongoDB.

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Joachim Baumann

BIOGRAPHY

Joachim Baumann has nearly 20 years of experience in the areas of object-oriented programming and the architecture and implementation of large and distributed software systems, mostly in the roles of architect, project manager and later SCRUM master. He regularly talks on conferences and additionally teaches in seminars, trainings and university lectures. Joachim is author of multiple books including books about Groovy and Gradle. He works for codecentric AG.

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Milos Jovanovic

BIOGRAPHY

Miloš Jovanović is Java and Web developer. Interested in performance and security of web applications. Likes to create rich web UI.

Works at Levi9 as Technical Team Leader.

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Mirko Novakovic

BIOGRAPHY

Mirko Novakovic is co-founder of codecentric AG, a experts company for agile software development and co-founder of CenterDevice GmbH, a Lean Startup for document collaboration. He is a passionate software developer and loves modern technologies and methodologies to create innovative new business models.

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Miodrag Stefanovic

BIOGRAPHY

Works in IT industry for over 20 years. Implemented over 200 software projects. Interested in artificial intelligence.

Works in Limundo corporation as CTO.

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Dusan Zamurovic

BIOGRAPHY

Dušan Zamurović is M.Sc. in Software Engineering and works for codecentric AG as a senior IT consultant since Novi Sad office is opened in 2010.

His area of interest were Java web applications and Android platform but his main goal these days is to help building BigData analyzing/reporting engine.

He is always keen to play with Ajax and Javascript (native, if possible).

Dusan knows that apart from being able to code, one has to be aware and to follow development processes in order to achieve quality.

Atmosphere in the team is very important to him. Door of his office is always opened.

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Tobias Flohre

BIOGRAPHY

Tobias works as a Senior Software Developer at codecentric. He has more than 10 years of experience in enterprise Java development. Currently his main focus is on batch and integration architectures, and he often writes articles and blog posts about topics he found interesting.

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Miel Donkers

BIOGRAPHY

Miel Donkers is Agile Solution Developer at codecentric. He is experienced in (mobile) web and Java enterprise application development and interested in everything related to software development. He believes agile methodologies are the best way to develop high quality application. He often experienced that teams work suboptimal because the delivery process ends when the development team is ready. Therefor Miel is investigating and helping companies how to make continuous delivery successful by focussing on the full delivery pipeline while still maintaining high standards for quality.

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Dennis Meyer

BIOGRAPHY

Dennis Meyer is Systems Architect at ADTECH GmbH, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AOL Inc. ADTECH's Adserver currently delivers approx. 6 billion advertisements per day. Current projects include a cluster based forecasting system and a Hadoop based reporting system. Beside snowboarding and mountain biking he loves big data technologies in all their diversity - including NoSQL, NewSQL, grid computing and complex event processing.

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David Völkel

BIOGRAPHY

David Völkel (Twitter @davidvoelkel) works as an IT consultant for the codecentric AG. His major focus is on the area where software design and Test Driven Development collide. As a convinced software craftsman, he loves to share his ideas in the "Softwerkskammer" craftmanship community and as a conference speaker.

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Mateja Opacic

BIOGRAPHY

Born in Belgrade in 1968. Earned bachelor's degree at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University. The first job was at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering as a teaching assistant, and also as a scientific researcher. He was working at Faculty of Information Technology, Metropolitan University Belgrade, since 2005. as a teaching assistant in fields of Object oriented programming, web programming and mobile programming. In his professional career he has been working as a software architect on a nation-wide, EU funded project called "Development of Health Information System for Serbia". He has also worked with companies Sybase (USA), Medmail (Netherlands), and local companies such as Digital Wizards, MDProfy, and others. From 2013 he is in Seavus DOO, Serbia, as a team leader in the Oracle Division.

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Akmal B. Chaudhri

BIOGRAPHY

Akmal B. Chaudhri is a Big Data, Hadoop and NoSQL Technical Instructor at Hortonworks. Akmal has been working with database technology since 1988. He has held roles as a developer, consultant, product strategist and technical trainer with Reuters, Logica, Computer Associates, Informix and IBM. He has published and presented widely on Java, XML and Database systems and edited or co-edited 10 books, and is now working on a new book on NoSQL technology. He has worked extensively on world-wide developer relations programs at IBM and world-wide university relations and academic initiative programs at Informix and IBM. His presentations are often very highly-rated by attendees for content, impartiality and entertainment. He holds a BSc (1st Class Hons.) in Computing and Information Systems, MSc in Business Systems Analysis and Design and a PhD in Computer Science. He is a Member of the British Computer Society (MBCS) and a Chartered IT Professional (CITP).

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