Iva Abadjieva, founder and event manager of Java2Days, welcomed the full hall of Java enthusiasts during the Opening Ceremony.
Patrick Curran, Chair of the Java Community Process organization opened the Java2Days conference on the theme of Java’s future and how Java can advance the developers’ career.
Mr. Kiril Jelyazkov joined our keynote speakers and welcomed the audience of Global Tech Summit.
Mr. Jelyazkov is Executive Director of “Specialized Business Systems” (SBS) and Chairman of the Bulgarian Branch Chamber of Electronic Industry and Informatics, Chairman of the Trustees of the Foundation “John Atanasov”. He is a member of the Board of BIA by April 25th, 2014.
Mr. Tsvetan Simeonov from the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry among the keynote speakers at the Opening of Global Tech Summit.Тhe Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (established in 1895) is an independent, non-governmental organization for assistance, promotion, representation and protection of the business interests of its members, which contributes to the development of international economic cooperation and provides assistance for the European and international integration of the Republic of Bulgaria. The activity of the Chamber is based on the principles of voluntary membership, autonomy and self-financing. BCCI seeks to establish straightforward and ethical relations among the business circles.
Stamen Kochkov made an inspirational keynote speech in front of the audience of tech experts at the Opening.
Mr. Kochkov is responsible for the global support of a substantial part of the products of SAP. Since May 2014 he is Chairman of the Bulgarian Association of Software Companies – BASCOM.
Peter Ivanov, second term Chair of BAIT’s Managing board (elected in 2013), made the 1st keynote speech at the Opening at Global Tech Summit, the technological platform Java2Days is a part of.
Over 1200 Java enthusiasts registered for Java2Days 2016 and hit the registration on 16th November at Inter Expo Center Sofia.
Passionate Java developers from Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia, Romania, Greece, Czech Republic, Poland and UK are among the conference attendees this year.
In addition 260 students from our university partners also made their Free registrations for Java2Days Free Tech Trainings events.
Java2Days 2016 is sold out almost a week before its start. Thank you to all of our supporters – attendees, sponsors and partners.
See you soon!
Call for Papers for Java2Days 2016 is still open. This year we host the 8th edition of the most attended Java conference in Eastern Europe. Join us in Sofia, Bulgaria and become a part of the Java community in the region.
More information about the conference and CFP is available here.
You can find images from the previous editions on Flickr.