Conference Topics

Please, find here the Conferences 2015 Agenda*.
02.11.2015

Day 1 / 02.11.2015 – Vitosha hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
8:30 9:45 Registration & Coffee
9:45 10:15 Opening & Keynotes
10:15 11:00 Patrick Curran The JCP and the future of Java
11:00 11:10 Break
11:10 11:55 Reza Rahman Down-to-Earth Microservices with Java EE
11:55 12:05 Break
12:05 12:50 Mihail Stoynov Where do we go after Http 1.1 – Http2
12:50 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:15 Kenny Bastani Building a Distributed Data Processing Pipeline Using Spring Cloud Data Flow
14:15 14:25 Break
14:25 15:10 Geertjan Wielenga Everything A Java Developer Should Know About The JavaScript Landscape
15:10 15:30 Double Break
15:30 16:15 Siegfried Goeschl and Harald Kuhr Java Image Processing Survival Guide
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 17:10 Arkadiusz Sokolowski Taste of New in Java 9
17:10 17:20 Break
17:20 18:05 Challenge the speakers!
20:30 20th BD of Java and Beer Party

Day 1 / 02.11.2015 – Rodopi hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
8:30 9:45 Registration & Coffee
9:45 10:15 Opening & Keynotes /Vitosha Hall/
10:15 11:00 Alex Simov and Yavor Petkov Scalable Smart Data Management in the Cloud
11:00 11:10 Break
11:10 11:55 Emanuele Zattin Developing Android Libraries: Lessons from Building Realm
11:55 12:05 Break
12:05 12:50 Savvas Dalkitsis Lightweight Android lifecycle annotations
12:50 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:15 Michal Gruca Refactoring meets big money
14:15 14:25 Break
14:25 15:10 Thomas Walford No need for the boilerplate code with Scala
15:10 15:30 Double Break
15:30 16:15 Nikolay Milovanov Throwing legacy code to the cloud – architecture drives analysis
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 17:10 Goran Kopevski and Stoyan Peshov Modularize your Angular application in two weeks
17:10 17:20 Break
17:20 18:05 Challenge the speakers!
20:30 20th BD of Java and Beer Party

Day 1 / 02.11.2015 – HANDS-ON-LAB – Ruen hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
8:30 9:45 Registration & Coffee
9:45 10:15 Opening & Keynotes /Vitosha Hall/
10:15 12:50 N/A
12:50 13:30 Lunch
13:30 16:15 Reza Rahman "Down and Dirty with JMS 2 – Hands on Lab"
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 18:05 Ivan St. Ivanov and Nayden Gochev "Action based MVC in Java EE? Yes we do! – Hands on Lab"
20:30 20th BD of Java and Beer Party

Day 1 / 02.11.2015 – FREE TECH TRAINING – Musala hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
8:30 9:45 Registration & Coffee
9:45 10:15 Opening & Keynotes /Vitosha Hall/
10:15 11:00 Siyana Slavova and Gabriela Zagorova Introduction to tvOS
11:00 11:10 Break
11:10 11:55 Ivan Yonkov What to expect in PHP 7 – the most popular language in web development
11:55 12:05 Break
12:05 12:50 Albena Spasova and Borislav Sestrimski Technologies helps crimes? Does Java has its dark side?
12:50 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:15 Katya Daskalova Introducton to Twiter Bootstrap
14:15 14:25 Break
14:25 15:10 TUES Team How2HackTUES
15:10 15:30 Double Break
15:30 16:15 Martin Kuvandzhiev From the dorm room to NASA. The history of Valkyrie
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 17:10 Timon Veenstra and Eva Veenstra How java controls the uprise of the drone force
17:10 17:20 Break
17:20 18:05 Challenge the speakers!
20:30 20th BD of Java and Beer Party
03.11.2015

Day 2 / 03.11.2015 – Vitosha hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
9:00 10:00 Coffee Time / Registration
10:00 10:45 Manuel Bernhardt 3 things you need to know to think reactive
10:45 11:00 Break
11:00 11:45 John Stevenson Get into Functional Programming on the JVM with Clojure
11:45 11:55 Break
11:55 12:40 Andrew Lombardi WebSocket in no time
12:40 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:15 Reza Rahman Reactive Java EE – Let Me Count the Ways!
14:15 14:25 Break
14:25 15:10 Nikolche Mihajlovski 20 Adorable One-liners with Java 8 and the Modern Frameworks
15:10 15:30 Double Break
15:30 16:15 Timon Veenstra and Eva Veenstra Practical API programming – Tools and techniques to design, document and test your REST API easily
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 17:10 Vladimir Pavlov Debugging and Profiling Cloud Apps? Sure, you can do it now!
17:10 17:20 Break
17:20 18:05 Jasper Anderluh DEGIRO: Killing the competition with an integrated platform
18:05 18:30 Challenge the speakers!

Day 2 / 03.11.2015 – Rodopi hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
9:00 10:00 Coffee Time / Registration
10:00 10:45 Nakul Mishra Microservice – no fluff the REAL stuff
10:45 11:00 Break
11:00 11:45 Martin Toshev Spring RabitMQ
11:45 11:55 Break
11:55 12:40 Atanas Raykov Viber
12:40 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:15 Michal Gruca Nashorn, what is the whole buzz about
14:15 14:25 Break
14:25 15:10 Martin Kuvandzhiev Valkyrie – the future way of gesture and voice control
15:10 15:30 Double Break
15:30 16:15 Denys Prokopiuk JMX in J2EE applications
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 17:10 Nikolay Petkov Let your REST API talk
17:10 17:20 Break
17:20 18:05 Martin Toshev Writing Java Stored Procedures in Oracle Database 12c
18:05 18:30 Challenge the speakers!

Day 2 / 03.11.2015 – HANDS-ON-LAB – Ruen hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
9:00 10:00 Coffee Time / Registration
10:00 12:40 Timon Veenstra and Eva Veenstra "Taming drones: How java controls the uprise of the drone force – write your own drone control application!"
12:40 13:30 Lunch
13:30 16:15 Yordan Pavlov "Fly high in the Cloud with Dirigible"
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 18:05 N/A
18:05 18:30 Challenge the speakers!
04.11.2015

Day 3 / 04.11.2015 – Vitosha hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
9:00 10:00 Coffee Time / Registration
10:00 10:45 Sabri Sivan Programing for Life: How lessons from good programming can change your life for the better
10:45 11:00 Break
11:00 11:45 Josh Long The Bootiful Application
11:45 11:55 Break
11:55 12:40 Andrew Lombardi Learn to develop for the Apple Watch with Swift
12:40 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:15 Mario Peshev Virtual Company – Go Limitless
14:15 14:25 Break
14:25 15:10 Speaker Session
15:10 15:30 Double Break
15:30 18:05 N/A
18:05 Closing

Day 3 / 04.11.2015 – HANDS-ON-LAB – Ruen hall

Start End Speaker/Coffee Topic
9:00 10:00 Coffee Time / Registration
10:00 12:40 N/A
12:40 13:30 Lunch
13:30 16:15 Josh Long "Cloud Native Java"
16:15 16:25 Break
16:25 18:05 N/A
18:05 Closing

* Please, note that is preliminary agenda and it could be changed by the conferences’ organizers.