The talks are focused on technical and process based topic in enterprise software development. All speakers are hand picked.
Topic: Culture of Success and Creating
Nenad has background in Mathematics, Internet, Human Resources and Finance. He is a Serial Entrepreneur – founded several online and human resources related businesses.
Uni. Ljubljana / Kumuluz
Topic: Java EE, Microservices, APIs and Migration to the Cloud
Matjaž holds a PhD in Computer Science. He is a Java champion, Oracle ACE Director, IBM Champion, author of many books on software development and recent Java Duke’s Choice Award Winner.
Topic: Continuous Deployment – The good, the bad, and the ugly
Viktor is a senior consultant at CloudBees (Jenkins company) and a Docker captain. Author of books: “Devops 2.0 Toolkit“ & “Test driven Java development“
Topic: Custom vs. Modular Software Development
Topic: Hot Restart Persistence
Marko holds a PhD in Computer science. He is a top Croatian contributor to StackOverflow and works as a Hazelcast Core team engineer.
Topic: Next generation messaging with AMQP 1.0
Dejan is a senior software engineer at Red Hat with a deep expertise in messaging and integration technologies. He is a contributor to projects like Apache ActiveMQ and Eclipse Hono.
Topic: Xamarin Technology – waaay too short intro
Miljenko is a software engineer at Xamarin component team, recently acquired by Microsoft.
Topic: Java bootcamp – dos and dont’s of Java enterprise development
Domagoj holds a PhD and has 20 years of experience in Java development. He is a one of the best Croatian scrum masters and Java architects.
Topic: Mind your performance
Luka is head of software development at KING ICT, co-author of 1st Croatian book on Agile methodologies and a super-senior .Net developer
Geertjan Wielenga is a product manager at Oracle, focused on open source technologies, such as NetBeans IDE (netbeans.org) and Oracle JET (oraclejet.org). He is an author and speaker at conferences around the world, such as JavaOne and Devoxx.
KING ICT, TVZ, RIT, Algrebra
Topic: Java 8 and lambdas – did we expect too much
Aleksander is Java lecturer at multiple universities and a PhD student at FER. Team leader at KING ICT. Co-organizing Javantura and Javacro conferences.
Juraj is a frequent speaker at Java conferences, senior Java developer and scrum master on KING ICT’s most visible projects
KING ICT, Algebra
Topic: Anemic domain models…where problems start
Ivan Pavić is a lecturer at Algebra and .Net team leader at KING ICT. He is an active member of the .Net community.
KING ICT, Openstreetmap.org
Topic: Geospatial Information Systems made simple
Darko Boto is a Geo Spacial System (GIS) technical lead at KING ICT and the top Croatian contributor to the OpenStreet maps project. He is an overall Linux and Python geek.
Topic: Jvm Tuning
Danijel Mitar is a Java devops at KING ICT, with extensive understanding on JVM tuning. He is a speaker at Java conferences and an active member of the community.
Topic: High Scale Custom Ecommerce Solution Gotchas
Marko is a senior software engineer at Corvus working on the largest Croatian e-commerce system.
Topic: Implementing real-time fuzzy search in complex multi-source environment
Goran is an Database Development Expert at KING ICT with more than 10 years experience in various Data Warehouse / Business Intelligence projects, on both Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server.
Topic: Performance Tuning of MS SQL Database Solutions
Dalibor is one of the leading regional Microsoft SQL and BI solution designers and developers, working in KING ICT as Head of database and BI.
Topic: Software Architectures, Who, When, and Why?
Matija has over 10 years of experience as a Java software developer and architect, creating solutions for clients from banking, government, and transportation sectors. Currently, he is working as a chief solutions architect at KING ICT.
Topic: CD with TFS – Real World Challenges (with Ivan Pavić)
Ivan is a student of Polytechnic in Zagreb and a .Net Developer at KING ICT.
Freelancer SAP Development Consultant
Igor is an ABAP-focused SAP development consultant and trainer since 1998, freelancer since 2008. He is an author of a best-selling book Design Patterns in Object-Oriented ABAP by SAP-PRESS.
Topic: Is history teaching us that Agile is dead?
Roko is a co-author of 1st Croatian book on Agile methodologies, member of board at Agile Croatia and a software delivery consultant slash Java architect.
Check out the Change conference venue in Zagreb. It features local catering and famous Kraš sweets for all breaks. Don’t forget it is originally a chocolate factory. Easily accessible by public transport and features a large parking space for those preferring their own transport.