Call for Speakers and Talks / Workshops Proposals is open until December 20th (extended), 2015. Please read all the information below before submitting a proposal.
Submit Your Talk or Workshop Proposal!
It is our pleasure to invite you once again to Javantura v3, a Java conference which will be held in February 2016 in Zagreb. This is a great opportunity to tell your story, share your experience, show your results and indirectly promote your product, your company and yourself in front of 300+ people, including media representatives, potential partners and clients. As a place of intense social networking, it may also be a natural way not only to discuss your projects and trending technologies but also to seek for new employees or find new employers.
We invite you to help us to build a great conference once again and submit your talk or workshop proposal to get a chance to become one of the speakers at Javantura v3 conference. If you think there is something interesting that you want to share with the rest of the community, please submit it.
We definitely expect to see most of the well known and highly respected speakers from our previous Javantura and JavaCro conferences and HUJAK’s gatherings, as well as other famous Java conferences. But we also invite you to submit a talk proposal even if you never gave a presentation on our conferences (or any other). Additionally, we strongly encourage HUJAK members to submit their talk proposals – this is the easiest way to show your achievements to our community. For a better chance of being picked, we highly encourage you to submit a proposal earlier than the final deadline. All authors will be contacted upon receipt of presentation proposal according to conference dates schedule. You can also read FAQ page and if you have any kind of specific question please don’t hesitate to contact us.
- Final submission date (extended) – December 20th, 2015
- Notification of acceptance (extended) – no later than January 5th, 2015
- Presentation submission date – January 17th, 2016
Dates and deadlines could change at organizer’s discretion so keep a track of Javantura site news and this page.
Topics / Tracks
Conference topic sections (tracks) include:
- Core Java, Frameworks, and Servers – various Java SE and Java EE technologies, different platforms, language features and numerous frameworks for backend, desktop and servers, as well as application servers, portals, etc.
- Web and Mobile Development – technologies and frameworks regarding frontend and GUI for web and mobile, including Android, HTML5, JS, etc.
- Methodologies and Tools – development and other methodologies including DevOps, Agile, Scrum, Patterns, team management and organization, distributed and remote teamwork experiences, as well as various tools including IDE, CD, CI, ALM, task/issue management, project management, code quality, build tools, source control, testing, security, performance, optimization, etc.
- Trends, Future, and Community – emerging technologies, architectures and concepts, including Clouds, Big Data, NoSQL, Embedded, and Internet of Things, as well as alternative languages for JVM
- Innovative Products and Creative Services, Projects, Experiences and Solutions – your experiences and your knowledge put into practice
Topics could change at organizer’s discretion.
Official conference languages are both English and Croatian, but since this is an international conference we encourage you to present in English. Authors can submit more than one presentation. All talks should be more of a technical nature, not promotional or sales. It is advisable to be objective as possible and to show both benefits and problems you may have encountered. In general, all talks are scheduled to 30 minutes slots with a 5 or more minutes break in between. If you need more time (45, 60, etc.) for your talk please contact us, but be aware that it should fit to conference schedule slots.
Terms and Conditions
By submitting the talk, author(s) accept(s) the Javantura conference terms and conditions. Presentations and speeches must conform with expected levels of quality and conference standards and all deadlines should be respected. Conference organizers may freely and without restrictions use presentation materials and content to promote the conference and related activities. The presentation is commonly presented by the first author, although other coauthors may participate and will be acknowledged. The presentation will be held in a schedule provided by conference organizers. Organizers cannot be held responsible for violation of copyright or plagiarism. In general, organizers cannot compensate travel and accommodation costs for authors. Organizers reserve the right to change the time and terms of presentations. Authors should submit information on any special conditions that organizer should provide, if there are any. For more information please feel free to contact us.