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DWX 2018 : Developer Week | One of the largest Developer Events in Europe


When Jun 25, 2018 - Jun 28, 2018
Where Nuremberg, Germany
Submission Deadline Jan 15, 2018
Notification Due Feb 5, 2018
Final Version Due Jun 24, 2018
Categories    development   .net technologies   web development   mobile developement

Call For Papers

The Developer Week will take place from 25.-28. June 2018 at the NürnbergMesse, Nuremberg (Germany). DWX is presented by dotnetpro – the trade-magazine for Software Developers focussing on Microsoft’s .NET framework – and web & mobile developer – the trade-magazine for Professional Developers of web and mobile applications. Developer Week hosts sessions, workshops and specials covering the fields of .NET, Mobile and Web Development plus Maker, Softskills and Internet of Things. The Developer Week 2016 has been a big success with 1.600 attendees.

The Developer Week will take place from 25.-28. of June 2018 at the NürnbergMesse, Nuremberg (Germany).

Conference Details:
Date: 25.-27. June 2018
Details: The sessions last 60 minutes and always include 5-10 minutes Q & A

All-Day Workshop:
Date: June 28, 2018
Details: The full day workshops last from 09am – 5pm including breaks.

Half-Day Workshop:
Date: June 28, 2018
Details: The half day workshops last from 9am – 1 pm and from 1.30 pm – 5.30 pm including breaks.

Therefore, we would like to invite you to submit your proposal for a session or workshop at the Developer Week. We are in search for lectures regarding the following topics:

.NET (.NET Framework, Visual Studio, C#, F#, Visual Basic .NET, Generics, NuGet)
Agile & Lean (Agile Leadership, Agile Organization, Scrum, Kanban, Design Thinking, Lean Startup, Objectives & Key Results (OKR), Self-Organization)
angular (Progressive Web Apps, i18n, Performance Optimization, Optimization of Size, UI Libraries, Animations, Forms, Dynamic Forms, Pre-Rendering, Redux, Testing)
Cloud Development (use of stream analytics, Kubernetes, Spark)
Datascience Languages (Python, R, SQL, Tensorflow)
Databases (SQL Server, Graph databases, mySQL, MongoDB, Azure Cosmos DB, PostgreSQL, NoSQL, Relational DBMS)
Database development with. NET (Entity Framework, Entity Framework Core, ADO. NET Best Practices, Data-driven Development, REST Services, Databases and. NET, ODATA)
Frontend (UWP Apps, Architecture, Design Guidelines, Best Practices, Classic Desktop Development, WPF)
Full. NET (. NET Core, XAML Standard, Best Practices with. NET / C#, CLR, Cross Platform with. NET)
hybrid web cross platform (Cordova, PhoneGap, React Native, Electron, Electron.NET, Progressive Web Apps, NativeScript, – (Beginner & Expert Stuff, Security, Performance)
Java (Core Java, EE4J, Java EE, Microprofile)
Middleware (Messaging Frameworks, Business Logik, BPMN, DDD, Pipelines, Application Patterns)
Mobile App Engineering (Ionic, Swift, Kotlin, IDE, Testing, Tools, Android, iOS, Cross-Platform, Single-Source, Apps, Security, Performance)
React (Architecture, Best Practices, Flux, Redux, Flow, Jest, Yarn, ReactNative)
Refactoring (patterns, software evolution, architecture evaluation, cost analysis of changes, metrics, change planning)
Single Page Applications (GraphQL, VueJS, ECMA-Script, Progressive Web Apps, Electron, Client-directed Queries, Architecture, Interface-Strategy, Stacks, Websockets, Data Transport, JQuery, Reactive Programming, MVC, Components)
Smart Data (Big Data, Advanced Analytics, Power BI, Machine Learning, Intelligent Edge, IoT, Best Practices,Visual Recognition)
Softskills (rhetoric, presentations, leadership, conflict management, time management, work life flow)
Software architecture (architecture forms, modeling, validation of architectures, documentation, trends, tools, reviews)
Software design (organic, business-oriented, requires modeling, collaborative development, individual solutions)
Software quality (metrics, testing, UI / UX, performance, code quality, reviews, processes, requirements/requirements analysis)
Languages (JavaScript, Typescript, SWIFT, GO, language constructs, everyday use, best practices, new developments, extensions, transpiler/compiler, outlook)
testing (Unit Testing, Explorative Testing, Test Plan Management, Manual Test, Test Strategies, Test Metrics, TDD, BDD, ATDD)
trends (Conversational Interfaces, Differential Privacy, Blockchain, Serverless Architecture, Functions-as-a-Service, Legacy in a Box, Systems of Engagement, Design Thinking, Client-directed Queries, Ethereum, Headless CMS)
UI Development (UI Patterns, XAML, QML, HTML5, CSS, Custom Controls & Components, UI Testing, Performance, Layouting, Grids, Motion Design, Adaptive/Responsive UI, Resource Management, AR/VR/MR Unity 3D, UI Automation, Designer & Developer Workflow, Prototyping, Agile UI, Material Design, Desktop, Mobile, Embedded, Web)
User Experience (Design, User Concepts, Usability, UX Research, Design Thinking, Conversational UX, Psychology, Product Design, Human-Computer Interaction, Mixed Reality, Immersive Technologies, Wearables, Accessibility, Design Tools, Digitization, Lean UX)
web backend (ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, Node.js, Microservices, Service Bus, SignalR,, Web-Backend API Frameworks, OData Services, GraphQL, Swagger, REST HATEOAS, Serverless Application Model, Cognitive Services, OAuth, (Beginner & Expert Stuff, Security, Performance)
Xamarin Cross Platform (Xamarin. Android, Xamarin, iOS, Xamarin, iOS, Xamarin, Forms, Xamarin Live Player, Xamarin Code Sharing, . NET Standard, Shared Projects)
The program will consist of about 200 sessions. The main conference language is German. Additionally we are looking forward to offering one completely English track in the program each day. As a native speaker, please submit your English proposal via ConfTool . The Call for Papers ends on 15 January 2018. After that, the Advisory Board will evaluate the submissions. The program will be composed at the End of January 2018.

Should you have any questions about the program content, please contact our Conference Chair, Tilman Börner , who you may contact by e-mail Please register at Conftool to submit a proposal for Developer Week. For questions about Conftool, please download the guide on submitting a proposal.

We offer the following services for our speaker:

Participation in the entire conference (25 to 27 June 2018)
Participation in all coffee and lunch breaks
Attend evening events
Invitation to the speakers dinner incl. food and beverages on the evening before the Developer Week
Publishing your CV and picture incl. the desired link to your blog, website, etc. on the conference website
Presentation of your talk in the trade magazines dotnetpro and web & mobile developer
Marketing and promotion of your presentation via various social media channels
One night in speakers hotel (Novotel Nuremberg Exhibition Centre)
more coverage can be discussed on a case by case basis

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