ITDevCon 2014, Call4Papers

  

ITDevCon 2014
Dear potential ITDevCon speaker,
As every year, I’m building the agenda for next ITDevCon that will be held next october 23th, 24th in Milan (Italy), in a new location.
This will be the 6th edition ( we’re getting conference experts J )
The call for papers are officially open right now, so if you want to propose some speeches, I’ll be glad to see it.
As usual, for the Call4Paper I need:

Title (for every talk)
Abstract (for every talk)
Difficulty level (for every talk. Difficulty level is a scale from 1 to 3 with the following mean: introduction, intermediate, advanced)
Speaker’s photo
Speaker’s profile

I’m looking forward to your proposal. The call4papers ends at Aug 31st, 2014 but if you have *VERY* interesting topic to propose, propose it… I’ll try to arrange the schedule and fit it in the agenda.
Send your proposal to call4paper(at)itdevcon.it.
Proposals will be evaluated and the speakers will be contacted ASAP.
This year topics will be the following:
TOPICS

What’s new in the latest Delphi versions

FireMonkey platform

MacOSX development

Android development

iOS development

Windows development

Mobile development (Android+iOS)

Develop UIs for different devices (smartphones, tablets, TV, watch etc)

BaaS integrations

LiveBindings ®

Delphi best practices

Design Patterns

DataSnap

DelphiMVCFramework

Arduino e/o Raspberry Pi

Web Application with Delphi

TDD and Unit Tests

Agile methodologies

ORM and other data access patterns

Using NoSQL databases (even to speed up your VCL software)

FireDAC

UI, UX, optimization for mobile and desktop

OOD/OOP

Real use cases for extended RTTI, Generics e AnonMethods

RESTful interfaces design and development

Architectures

Target audience

Software architects
Software developers
Project managers
IT managers
Trainers

The conference web site is http://www.itdevcon.it (2014 version is still under construction).
Do you want to see a particular topic or have a suggestion for ITDevCon2014? Let me know
Thanks and see you at ITDevCon 2014.

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