JCertif 2012 - Call For Paper : The biggest Java/Andoid Community Event in Africa !!

JCertif 2012 Call for Papers Now Open -- http://www.jcertif.com!

As some of you already know. The next edition of JCertif is coming and will take place on September 03th-09th in Brazzaville, Congo.

If you have an interesting presentation idea, we want to hear from you!

We invite you to share your Java experiences with the industry and community by submitting a proposal for this far from the « classic » event !

JCertif is a mix of technical session, training, life experience and a bit of an adventure !

Many Java evengelist have participated in the past events. If you Still hesitating to join us, I just want to mention a few names that we had :

  •  Arun Gupta (who doesn't know him?) – Keynote JCertif 2011
  • Alexis Mouchine-Pouchkine (Keynote Jcertif 2010)
  • Mike Levin (Keynote JCertif 2010)
  • Micheal Heinrichs (Oracle JavaFX Prague – Jcertif 2011)
  • Max Bonbhel :-)

 The full list of speakersfor 2012 edition will be published at the end of this month

We can guarantee:

  • a life experience!
  • great sessions
  • free accommodation (for the speakers)
  • free local transportation
  • free diner etc…
  • free local beer (N'Gok le choc, Primus etc...)
  • and that's not all !

Content : 

5 key themes :

  1. Java, Java EE and Architectures : track for traditional Java, Java EE and Java SE, libraries, tools and architecture.
  2. Web and Cloud : a track for  HTML5, CSS3, Javasript, GWT, Web architecture, Cloud Computing, App Engine, Grid, etc.
  3. Mobile : Android, Java ME, Web Mobile
  4. Other Languages on the JVM than Java : a track for Groovy, Scala, Clojure etc...
  5. Companies, Tools, Software development methods and Technics : Agile, Domain Driven Development, NetBeans, GlassFish, Communities and User Groups etc.

70% French and 30% English delivered by an international team of speakers. 

The deadline for submission : 20 July 2012 at 11:59 PM  PCT

Attendees : 

1000+ attendees

The conference regularly attracts close to 700 Developers and engineers (the one that write some code), and managers/entrepreneurs, senior- and mid-level administrators, government employees, in addition to a significant number of corporate and other educational leaders.

How it will be organized :

- Exhibition floor : 400 m2

- JCertif University : Training/Coding session/User group meet-up : 7 Equipped rooms for 30 participants -- 5 full days

- JCertif Conference : Conference and talk : 2 rooms (500 and 200 participants) -- 2 full days. 

See what we did in the past :

JCertif 2011 : - Website : http://2011.jcertif.com 

Photos :

JCertif 2010 : - Website : http://2010.jcertif.com 

- Oracle Java Magazine : JCertif 2010 honored in the first Oracle Java Magazine Premier Issue (Page 7) : http://bonbhel.blogspot.ca/2011/08/jcertif-2011-and-jug-africa-hono... 

Photos:

What they said about us :

 

Blogs about JCertif 2011 :

Blogs about JCertif 2010 :

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Comment by Rajil on June 9, 2012 at 5:46am
Amazing ! Impatient to be there

Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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