Mobiconf 2018 will return to Poland
|Christian Hargrave in iOS Tuesday, July 24, 2018|
Mobiconf 2018 will soon be hosted at Krakow, Poland once again this October 4-5th giving topics on UI/UX, Kotlin Android Development, and much more.
Mobiconf 2018 will soon be coming to Krakow, Poland inside the Multikino cinema theater. Taking place on the 4-5th October, the mobile developer conference will boast topic titles like “What Mom Never Told You about Multi-threading (mobile edition)” and “Application Security in Agile Mobile Development.” And featuring talks from Fernando Cejas, Developers Advocate at IBM, James Butler, UX Designer at Booking.com, and many other distinguished speakers from prominent industry companies.
Mobiconf says that in their latest survey showed that there was an overwhelming want for UI/UX design topics. Which is why, “For the 5th edition of Mobiconf, we’ve invited great UI/UX speakers like Ray Ho from Zalando, Temi Adeniyi from Blinklist and Almicar Guevara Torija responsible for Nike, Adidas, and Convers campaigns.”
Plus, looking through the schedule that Mobiconf has published on their site, it’s exciting to see talks based around topics that address some of the latest industry news trends such as Kotlin for Android development, mixing mobile development and cryptography, and implementation of machine learning features into a mobile app.
Read more: https://2018.mobiconf.org/register-now/
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