Each year, Bilkent IEEE holds Mobile Days, an event that brings engineers, students and enthusiasts together to explore the latest in mobile technologies. This year’s Mobile Days will be a two-day, single-track international conference, to take place on March 4-5 at Mithat Çoruh Auditorium.
The sessions will offer a wide range of topics, including Project Tango, the Apple Watch, Swift, RubyMotion and virtual reality as well as many others. 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.
∙ Andreu Ibanez is a Google expert, now working with virtual and augmented reality tools from Google and serving as a Project Tango tester and authorized speaker.
∙ Sarp Erdağ is an independent software developer and designer from Istanbul who works on Typorama and Videorama, recently featured in the App Store.
∙ Zan Markan is a software engineer who focuses on mobile development, especially for Android. Currently he is working as a lead mobile engineer for Pusher, a hosted service that helps to add real-time data and functionality to web and mobile applications.
∙ Burak Yanmaz is a senior iOS developer and is currently working on the iOS app for NetDataSoft’s DivvyDrive, a system where users can store their files and access them instantly.
∙ Fatih Acet is a front-end engineer working at GitLab.
∙ Fatih Kadir Akın is a software developer working at Protel Inc.
∙ Doğukan Güven Nomak is working as a front-end developer on Otel.com, a project of MetGlobal.
∙ Çağatay Çivici is a member of the JavaServer Faces Expert Group at JCP, the originator of the popular open-source PrimeFaces, PrimeNG and PrimeReact projects.
For additional detailed information, please see the event website: http://www.mobilgunler.org/