We would like to inform you that, following the recommendations of the World Health Organization regarding the global situation with the spread of coronaviruses and for the safety of all participants, the JavaCro'20 conference is postponed until the fall.
According to the situation, we also provide information for the authors:
- all authors who have submitted the proposal of the lecture will receive information on acceptance of the work by 15.04. All authors to whom the papers will be accepted do not have to resubmit, but have to declare whether they are fit for a new lecture and submit the paper in .ppt or .pdf format by 10/1/2020.
- all authors who wish to submit a proposal for the lecture can still do so as of 14.06.2020.
For the 9th time, HUJAK (Croatian Java User Association) and HrOUG (Croatian Oracle User Group), are organizing the largest 2.5-days international Java conference in this part of Europe. Our intent is to gather more than 50 interesting sessions from international and domestic speakers, as well as some world-known speakers from this field. We expect more than 300 participants to join us for another great JavaCro conference in Rovinj, one of the top tourist destinations in Croatia.
The JavaCro'20 conference is organized on May 10-12 in the Island Hotel Istra resort situated on the St. Andrew Island near Rovinj, Croatia. Modern hotel resort situated on one of the most beautiful islands in Rovinj Archipelago in Istria is nicely incorporated in the natural habitat with many wonderful pebbly and rocky beaches, preserved cultural heritage in the old castle, spectacular wellness center, and miles of landscaped walkways.
Dear attendees, this is a great opportunity to hear various stories, share experiences, and discuss your projects with many software developers, software architects, and project managers, as well as media representatives, potential partners and clients. As a place of intense social networking, it may also be a natural way not only to discuss your projects and trending technologies but also to seek for new future employees, jobs and partnerships.
Call for Speakers is open until March 22. The Program Committee will decide on acceptance and publication of submitted sessions in the conference Program. The preliminary Agenda will be announced in mid-April.
Traditionally, the JavaCro conference program provides enough time to share knowledge and experiences among participants, both during the day as well as the informal evening social activities.
While we have not yet selected and published this year's sessions and speakers, we briefly remind you of the top-rated lectures at last year's JavaCro'19 conference.
Note: For the list of best-rated session, only sessions with at least 20 questionnaires were taken into account.