Mobile Days ’15

13 April 2015 Comments Off on Mobile Days ’15

Technology enthusiasts are meeting once again at Mobile Days! Mobile Days is a completely free, three-day-long series of conferences, being organized this year for the third time by Bilkent IEEE.

Mobile Days will offer a wide range of topics, including Swift, Android, wearable technologies, RubyMotion, game development, the Internet of Things, React Native and many more. If you are interested in mobile trends, don’t pass up this chance to listen to in-depth discussions and meet the experts in person.

Bilkent IEEE will hold Mobile Days on April 17, 18 and 19 at Mithat Çoruh Auditorium. Everyone who is interested is welcome to attend.

Here are some of the speakers you can meet at Mobile Days:

∙ Sarp Erdağ is one of the people behind PicLab, a photo-editing app that has been downloaded 30 million times from the App Store and is still popular today.

∙ Ostap Andrusiv is an active member of GDG Lviv, and spends his days with devices like Google Glass, Pebbles and the Sony SmartWatch.

∙ Volga Aksoy specializes in real-time graphics and photorealistic rendering. He is currently working at Oculus, contributing to the gaming industry with his high-quality graphics.

∙ Laurent Sansonetti was the first RubyMotion developer and the founder of HipByte. He worked at Apple as a senior software developer for seven years; among his projects were OS X, iLife and MacRuby.

∙ Jared Sinclair is known for his independent projects, such as Unread, an RSS reader, and Riposte. He is currently head of the iOS engineers at Bloglovin.

∙ Krzysztof Zabłocki enjoys putting together projects that haven’t been tried before, such as Objective-C playgrounds and Foldify. He currently works at Mashable.

Mobile Days has been planned to bring professionals and students together with mobile application specialists. With its expert speakers and diverse discussion topics, Mobile Days is an event no technology enthusiast would want to miss!

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