Speakers at Javantura v2 conference, ordered alphabetically by last name.
Hrvoje Đurđević is Senior IT consultant & Architect employed at Beta Tau Beta d.o.o. From the beginning of career he uses Java Enterprise platform as a base for custom software applications, dealing with crucial issues in design and development, working in roles of team lead, educator, and unyielding problem solver. He is chief architect of several enterprise software solutions utilizing both Open Source technologies and Oracle and IBM platforms in financial, government and telecom domains. His other areas of interest are development methodologies and management of software development projects. A co-founder of the Croatian Java User Associations. He also loves cycling and playing guitar.
Matija Folnović je student 3. godine Fakulteta elektrotehnike i računarstva i radi u tvrtki CROZ d.o.o. na mjestu inženjera za razvoj softvera. Razvoj orijentira oko Java baziranim tehnologijama, a u posljednje vrijeme najviše interesa vidi u programskom jeziku Scala, korištenju Dockera te strojnom učenju.
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Hrvoje Gluhak je diplomirao na Tehničkom veleučilištu u Zagrebu, Specijalistički studij informatike, 2012 godine. Radi za Financijsku agenciju od 2011 godine. U Fini razvija Java web aplikacije, Android mobilne aplikacije, Java PKI module i rich client aplikacije. Ima oko 7 godina iskustva u radu s Javom i 4 godine iskustva u razvoju Android mobilnih aplikacija. U Fini je sudjelovao na nizu projekata i sustava kako važnih za samu Finu tako i za državu, registar godišnjih financijskih izvještaja, fiskalizacija, blokade …
Krunoslav Hrnjak has graduated at Faculty of Electrical Engineering. He has 10 years of experience in the ICT profession as software developer, solution architect and project manager. As a member of an internationally recognized association for the project management PMI (Project Management Institute) and as a Certified Project Manager PMP (Project Management Professional) he respects and implements high standards for top professionals through a PMI code of ethics. He gained respectable experience in field of GIS, especially digital Cadaster working for Croatian, Macedonian and Armenian cadaster. He works as Court Witness Expert for Informatics and Telecommunications and also as an IT course lecturer at University Computing Centre (SRCE).
Tomislav Klišanić radi u tvrtki CROZ d.o.o. kao inženjer za razvoj softvera. Tijekom svojeg rada u CROZ-u susreo se s mnogim tehnologijama kao što su Java, Spring i Eclipse RCP. U posljednje vrijeme bavi se proučavanjem cloud tehnologija, istraživanjem novih programskih jezika te izrada sustava pogonjenih Arduino sustavom.
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Philipp Krenn is running everything database related and the general infrastructure of the Vienna based B2B startup ecosio. When not fighting MongoDB, MySQL, Jenkins, or AWS he is giving NoSQL and cloud computing trainings. In his spare time he organizes the meetup group ViennaDB, which covers both relational and NoSQL databases in its monthly meetups. You can frequently find him speak about various topics there or in another group.
Jurica Križanić has graduated at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. He currently works as a Java developer at Asseco South Eastern Europe d.o.o. Started coding in Java as a student, today works as a server side developer with 7 years of experience in Java web services, enterprise applications and even desktop applications. Holds several Java/Spring related certificates. Interested in everything related to Java, software development in general, agile methodologies, TDD/refactoring/DevOps/CI/automation fan. Member of HUJAK since the beginning, has a role of a web master and member of Education board.
Stjepan Matijašević je diplomirao na Fakultetu elektrotehnike i računarstva u Zagrebu 2004. godine. Razvojem Java aplikacija započinje još 2002. kao student te od onda svoje izazove pronalazi u stalnom usavršavanju i proučavanju novih Java tehnologija. Sklon istraživanju, u svom radu je koristio cijeli niz Java frameworka, od open source biblioteka do velikih i još većih sustava iz područja poslovnih aplikacija. Trenutno je tajnik u HUJAK-u (hujak.hr), a zaposlen je kao Rukovoditelj direkcije aplikativne podrške u HBOR-u.
Robert Mihaljek is Solution Sales Specialist (Multichannel banking) with Asseco SEE since 2011. Graduated from Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing in Zagreb, with a masters degree in Information and Communication Technology. Focused on driving the innovation and sales of Multichannel banking technologies developed by Asseco SEE – specifically around electronic banking channels, Personal finance management, mobile payments and electronic channels security products.
Branko Mihaljević is an independent IT consultant, manager, educator and entrepreneur. For 12 years he has worked at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, where he received M.Sc., DSM and Ph.D., for 7 years he was a co-owner of Java development company, and for the last few years he is a lecturer on several higher education institutions. Today he works at RIT Croatia and for the last 2 years he leads his own IT company. He is dealing with Java since 1996 and with Java EE platform since 2000. He is main author of many scientific and professional papers, magazine articles as well as educational materials, and he participates in numerous conferences. He gained his work experience as an IT consultant, project manager, development leader, and software architect on various IT projects in financial, telecom, public health and satellite systems sector. For the last 3 years he is the president of Croatian Java User Association (HUJAK).
Karlo Novak is Junior architect at SV Group company with 2 years experience on projects for financial and public sectors. Passionate about the JVM and new related technologies. Also, a performance testing skilled with various tools and platforms. Lately started to investigate and learn about asynchronous and non-blocking technologies following industry advantage and adoption of the high scalability frameworks and methods.
Marin Orlić received his degree in computing in 2001 from the University of Zagreb, and his Ph.D. in 2010. From 2001 to 2013 he was a research and teaching assistant at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. He joined Ericsson Nikola Tesla as a researcher in 2013. His research interests are in structure and behaviour modelling, tools for model development and analysis, automated software engineering and cloud computing. He is involved in projects in software engineering and cloud-computing over a wide range of topics.
Robert Pofuk je diplomirao na Fakultetu elektrotehnike i računarstva na Sveučilištu u Zagrebu 2014., smjer Programsko inženjerstvo. Trenutno radi u Vaadinu i Spring-u te je zaposlen u KING-ICT-u kao Java developer. Prije toga radio je kao PHP i .NET developer. Uz razvoj web aplikacija bavi se Linuxom i razvojem desktop i mobilnih aplikacija.
Aleksander Radovan, as a graduate computer engineer, is currently completing his Ph.D. course at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. He is currently employed as Senior Java Developer at KING ICT d.o.o. and as Senior Lecturer at several Universities on a number of programming courses related to Java and related technologies. He is author of a number of teaching materials, curricula courses related to programming in Java, as well as conference papers. Currently, he is also the president of the Committee for Education of Croatian Java User Association (HUJAK).
Roko Roić is more than 13y in the IT industry. Started of as an enterprise Java developer. Had a lot to do with system infrastructure and performance optimisation on a large scale. Moved on to managing teams and projects in developing IT solutions.
Dinko Srkoč is a software engineer working in Helix, where he develops banking software. He started the career in 1999. using Delphi RAD tool, then moved to Java platform a few years later. Since 2008. Groovy is his main programming language. Dinko’s interests include programming languages, he is a free software enthusiast, and in his free time likes to watch the world through the lens of his camera. Dinko graduated in 1998. from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, majoring in Computer Science. He is a member of Croatian Java User Association.
Ivo Šalković je zaposlen u IBM Hrvatska, na poziciji Tehničkog specijalista za Websphere software, za područje jugoistočne Europe. Karijeru u IBM-u je započeo 2006. godine, a prije trenutne pozicije radio je u odjelu poslovnih servisa na projektima razvoja i implementacije softverskih rješenja, baziranih na Javi i srodnim tehnologijama. Specijalizirao se na području WebSphere aplikacijskog middlewarea, SOA-e i Business process managementa.
Marko Švaljek is developer working at the Machine Networks department of the Kapsch CarrierCom group. Blog author with entries ranging from BigData stuff down to experimenting with the Arduino. Organizer of the Zagreb Cassandra Users Meetup group.
Duško Vukmanović, works in Oracle Croatia since 2005 as Principal Technology Sales Consultant. Areas of expertise include: application servers, service oriented architecture (SOA) and identity and access management. In the IT industry works 15 years. Prior to joining Oracle he has acquired experience in private companies. Two years as a systems engineer, six years as software development project manager for various business processes.
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Franjo Žilić works as DevOps at Minus5 d.o.o. His previous working experience was working 4 years in CROZ d.o.o. as Java software engineer and Unix system administrator. Finding ways to get more done by doing less was his constant motivation for figuring out how to integrate Groovy within existing Java applications.