Call for papers
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From 14 to 18 March 2016, Heise Medien and CeBIT will present the second heise Developer World in Hanover.
heise Developer World wants to provide software developers, software architects, project managers, IT strategists, and researchers with basic and expert knowledge in the fields of software and web development. Every day from 10:00 to 17:50 there will be an extensive lecture programme taking place on one main and three additional stages. The programme committee invites experts to submit proposals for presentations on the following topics by 18 December 2015:
- programming languages and platforms Java, C/C++, .NET, scripting languages, etc.
- contemporary programming patterns, standards and methods/strategies functional, object-oriented, procedural, imperative, reactive, asynchronous, etc.
- software development tools IDEs, compilers, debuggers, profilers, generators, etc.
- modeling, software architecture SOA, microservices, containersisation, BPM, etc.
- parallel programming memory model, task and data parallelism, multithreading and synchronization mechanism, etc.
- ›white‹ (Web-)Security
- mobile development tools, frameworks and libraries for designing, testing and deploying apps
- Web development browser techniques, frameworks, libraries, etc.
- Big Data, databases, NoSQL, searching techniques, machine learning, data science
- Cloud Development, PaaS, BaaS, API development
- development for the Internet of Things, smart home and Industry 4.0
- embedded programming
- Build & Deploy: continuous integration, continuous delivery, DevOps, ALM
- methods of software development agile, V-Modell XT, etc.
- testing methods, experiences, tools
- requirements engineering
- experience reports
Your proposed presentation should last up to 30 minutes. To apply, please send us a short abstract that is geared towards your target audience (400–700 characters). The deadline for submissions is December 18, 2015. The complete schedule will be available online by the end of January 2016.
The programme committee consists of Alexander Neumann (heise Developer; responsible), Markus Gärtner (it-agile), Golo Roden (the native web), Lars Röwekamp (open knowledge), Alexandra Schladebeck (Bredex), Christian Schneider (Yatta Solutions), Tobias Schüle (Siemens), and Eberhard Wolff (innoQ).
Speakers and instructors will get free entrance to both conference days and we may provide expenses and accommodation. If you would like to be considered for these reimbursements, please contact us here.
Entrants should be aware of our Code of Conduct and keep it in mind while drafting their proposals.