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Bucharest, October 10-11
100% Android
Droidcon is about learning, growing, sharing, not about sitting passively through talk after talk.
The subjects of Droidcon Bucharest for this year are: Android development, Android Wear, UI/UX.
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SPEAKERS
Pietro F. Maggi
SW Consultant Technical Architect
Europe & Africa, Motorola Solutions
Pietro F. Maggi Pietro is a full-stack technical architect with 15 years of development experience from 8-bit MCU to HTML5 web apps who spent too much time architecting solutions for Enterprise Mobility before it was Pietro was part of the technical team testing the first Industrial Mobility Android devices and development tools released by Motorola Solutions in 2011. As European Technical Architect for Motorola Solutions Pietro has the opportunity to present to large industrial groups and public organizations about how to upgrade from legacy Industrial Mobililty to the new generation of Mobile OSes and modern architectures. Close
Marius Mailat
Founder and CTO at Appsrise
Marius Mailat Marius is the founder of the Romanian Android Community Androider.ro which has now around 5000 active members. He is an active Android trainer a frequent speaker on technical conferences and events. He trained over 500 developers on four continents. His clients include Intel, Siemens, Real-Networks, Cisco, and many more. Close
Eduard Popovici
PhD - Head of SAIM Laboratory
ETTI Faculty, UPB
Eduard-Cristian Popovici Eduard is leading a "Mobile Internet Services and Applications" Laboratory (SAIM), whose young team is training in Android development dozens of students at the ETTI Faculty each year. He encourages and prepares students and high school students to participate in competitions for innovation and development of mobile applications, some of them co-organized by his team. Close
Alexandru Petrescu
Software Engineering Lead
at Facebook
Alexandru Petrescu He is currently focused on improving performance and data efficiency for the company’s Android app. Before joining Facebook, he co-founded Urban Pixels, a start-up based in New York City, where he built a search tool for streaming media called Can I Stream.It? And going back further in time, Alex spent 9 years toiling away in the Digital Advertising Agency mines of Dallas, LA, and NYC building sites, apps, and games for a number of well-known global brands. Close
Paul Ardeleanu
iOS & Web Developer
@ Hello24 in London, UK
Paul Ardeleanu Paul is an experienced iOS and web developer, trainer and mentor, specialising in complete software solutions, technical leadership, and amazing customer experiences. He started programming back when Fortran was cool and is now using languages that have not yet been invented. Close
René P. Mertins
Head of R&D
Bitforce-IT GmbH
René P. Mertins I’m senior java enterprise architect with over ten years of experience. I started developing in my early childhood together with my father on a Philipps MSX-1 writing X-Basic games. From then on I sticked to developing and built up my profession. Starting in the early Internet boom in the end of the 90s I developed a lot of internet presentation stuff and implemented first versions of simple CMS systems in Perl. Till today I am specialized in Java enterprise systems and mainly focused on backend systems. In early 2013 I founded the Start-Up BITFORCE-IT GmbH to bring up our own and total unique monetization platform apponsor. For this I planned and developed all involved software from the backend to the android SDK. Close
Brian Munkholm
VP of Engineering
Realm
Brian Munkholm Brian is the VP of Engineering at Realm (http://realm.io), a mobile database for iOS & Android. He previously worked at places like Intel and Broadcom building network infrastructure and embedded systems. He's been coding since the age of 13 during dark ages of punch cards and has yet to get bored. Close
Mateusz Herych
Google Developer Expert
Mateusz Herych Mateusz makes enterprise software users more productive. Producing Android apps constantly from 2011. He's also a part of Google Developer Expert program for Android platform. As a GDG Kraków organizer he's always happy to exchange GDG-organization related knowledge. Close
TICKETS
Early Bird Price 40 euro + VAT September 15th
Lazy Bird Price 80 euro +VAT October 10th
Student 35 euro + VAT October 10th
Volunteer Free, but we'll ask you for help! Contact us
 

The ticket fee includes access to all activities organized at Droidcon: meals, coffee breaks, drinks and party.



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BARCAMP

Barcamp is our community-focused features that give the Android developers’ community the opportunity to decide the direction of the day! We encourage developers to submit their applications and receive feedback from other developers.

Always developers’ community can help you!

Register your application here! Barcamp takes up most of the second day. Developers have 5 minutes to present their apps. Everyone votes and you get a prize!



Barcamp takes up most of the second day: developers have 5 minutes to present their apps.
Everyone votes and you get a prize!



YSTARTUP

YStartup is a session at the end of Day 2 to help your startup get feedback and funding by putting you in front of some of the best VC’s mentors and journalists.

We give you 5 minutes and the stage to demo your startup or your idea and get feedback from our mentors and business angels, and maybe some funding too!

Submit your candidacy here:



VENUE
venue

Address 3 Amiral Constantin Balescu Street, District 1, Bucharest
(near Charles de Gaulle Square and Herastrau Park, near the intersection with Dorobanti Street).

Directions As you arrive from Charles de Gaulle Square and walk on Dorobanti Street, Amiral Constantin Balescu Street is the first one on the left.

Transportation By bus: the nearest bus station is called Piata Charles de Gaulle (Charles de Gaulle Square) and the buses that have a station there are: 131, 282, 301, 330, 331 bis, 331, 335.
By subway: the nearest subway station is called Aviatorilor (Aviators); You walk round the Charles de Gaulle Square till you find Dorobanti Street.

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