18 December 2010, EU Info Center
starting at 10:00

Java Day is intended as small event but still it has major support by the leading companies in Information Technologies and Computer Science from Macedonia as well as EU based companies. The general idea is to have seven lecturers from experts in Java, Computer Science and related technologies. They will present new details and implementations of technologies in business and scientific development. Lectures are planned to have 60 participants who would have free access with prior registration. The participates mostly will be students and software engineers from Macedonia and neighboring countries. Priority will be given to regular JUGMK members and employees of supporting companies.

Agenda

Time Talk Presenter
10:00 - 10:15 Offical Opening
10:20 - 10:50 Flex,Java and the rest Pance Cavkovski
11:00 - 11:15 Java Native Acess Jovan Kostovski
11:20 - 11:50 Google App Engine for Java Ice Penov
11:50 - 12:30 Launch break
12:30 - 13:00 REST what they don't tell you in tutorials Goran Peoski
13:00 - 13:40 New Languages on the JVM Mite Mitreski & Nikolce Mihalovski
13:45 - 14:00 Webdav for Java Sasho Lazarevski
14:00 - 14:30 Comet and Java, Real time web Risto Muchev
14:40 - 15:10 The good, the bad and the ugly, things to do with Android Stanojko Markovik
15:15 - 15:45 Developing REST apps for Android Tomche Delev

Speakers

Pance Cavkovski

Topic: Flex, Java and the rest


Bio:

Pance Cavkovski is a senior software engineer working at Netcetera in Skopje, Macedonia. As part of the team, he has specialized working in Java, Javascript, Flex/ActionScript and .NET technologies. The scopes of the projects he has worked so far have varied from CAD application, simulations and visualizations to finance applications, distributed web systems and infrastructures. He is known for the CodeFu system which he redesigned, developed in most and is one of the head administrators. As of 2009 he is an active member of the Macedonian Java User Group.

Jovan Kostovski

Topic: Java Native Acess


Bio:

TBD

Ice Penov

Topic: Google App Engine for Java


Bio:

Ice Penov is a technology agnostic software architect with a passion for Java technologies currently on a mission in Amsterdam. He's been developing and designing software systems for quite some time and enjoys speaking on events. He also firmly believes in a world run by developers.

Goran Peoski

Topic: REST what they don't tell you in tutorials


Bio:

TBD

Mite Mitreski

Topic: New Languages on the JVM


Bio:

Mite Mitreski currently works at Tricode and has over 6 years of experience in various open source technologies, with primary focus on Java and JVM. He has also worked as an Oracle certifed java trainer in a local educational center and as custom solutions developer at Netcetera as well as GenrepSoft in the past. He is deeply involved in activities related to Java User Group Macedonia, free and open source software, open data formats and the open web. Occasonaly he writes on his blog and twitter @mitemitreski. Recently he co-authored a book titled HTML 5 Data and Services Cookbook.

Nikolce Mihalovski

Topic: New Languages on the JVM


Bio:

Nikolche Mihajlovski is a software engineer who always seeks improvements of the commonly established processes, practices and technologies. He has 16+ years of experience with various programming languages, paradigms and technologies. Nikolche is the author of JAnnocessor - innovative annotation-based code generator, RDXPL - experimental programming language and OhmDB - The Irresistible Database for Java

Sasho Lazarevski

Topic: Webdav for Java


Bio:

TBD

Risto Muchev

Topic: Comet and Java, Real time web


Bio:

Risto Muchev currently works at LifeWatch MK on the LifeWatch V project - World's first medical smartphone. He is experienced software engineer in mobile software development and ERP systems with passion for Java.

Stanojko Markovik

Topic: The good, the bad and the ugly, things to do with Android


Bio:

TBD

Tomche Delev

Topic: Developing REST apps for Android


Bio:

Tomche Delev currently works as teaching assistant at the Faculty of Computer Science ang Engineering in Skopje. He teaches courses in introductionary programming in C/C++, Java and C#. He is interested in Java and other open source technolgoies since 2007 with main focus on development of web and mobile applications. In his professional career he worked as a co-founder developer and architect of SportyPal.

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15 July 2009, FEIT (Conference hall)

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17 June 2009, FEIT (211)

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