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JavaCro’14 has ended and it was huge success!

Thank you all! Please scroll down for more info.

HUJAK (Croatian Java User Association) and HrOUG (Croatian Oracle User Group) as JavaCro conference organizers welcome you to the largest Java conference in this part of Europe.

3rd International Java Conference in Croatia

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JavaCro’14 conference was held May 12-13, 2014 in Valamar hotel Diamant near almost 2000 years old coastal town Poreč, Croatia, EU. We have welcomed 206 registered participants (cca 12% more than in 2013) from 11 countries and together with organizers team there were more than 220 persons present at the conference.

According to conference program in 2 full days and 3 parallel tracks we have heard 50 sessions from numerous speakers from 10 countries. All presentations are available on the sessions page, as well as on HUJAK Slideshare channel www.slideshare.net/HUJAK.

Photos are available on JavaCro Facebook page www.facebook.com/JavaCro (maintained by HUJAK).

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According to results of anonymous questionnaire (answered by 68% of participants), JavaCro’14 conference got an average score of 4,11, for the professional part it was 4,05, and for the entertainment part it was 3,80.

Every session was graded from the attending participants (session and speaker separately) and we bring you the best results. Overall average sessions score is 4,37 and overall average speakers score is 4,36.

The best sessions and/or speakers

First place: Log as basis for distributed systems by Vjeran Marčinko (Kapsch CarrierCom Croatia) – 4,81 / 4,92

Second place: Desktop2web migration is finished, 700.000+ lines of code is reborn by Matija Tomašković (Evolva) – 4,81 / 4,87

Third place is shared: Continuous deployment tool by Aleksandar Dostić & Emir Džaferović (Infobip) – 4,80 / 4,78 and The World of Java – in Croatia by Branko Mihaljević & Aleksander Radovan (HUJAK) – 4,74 / 4,84

Special recognition for very high scores from relatively small number of participants (less than 6%) goes to: When fast JSON is not fast enough by Marko Elezović (Element) – 4,83 / 4,92

The best sessions and/or speakers by conference tracks were:

All other scores are available by request from the organizers.

We would like to congratulate all of the best speakers and also to thank you all for attending the JavaCro’14 conference (special thanks to all of the speakers).

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We hope you have enjoyed JavaCro’14 and that we’ll see you again next year!

JavaCro'14 is also on Lanyrd.com.
JavaCro.org is maintained by HUJAK (Croatian Java User Association)
Organizers:
Croatian Java User Association
Croatian Oracle User Group
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