Source: eKapija | Wednesday, 13.03.2019.| 09:05
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World IT experts in Novi Sad – ITkonekt 2019 at Master Center on April 6

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World IT experts are arriving to Novi Sad on April 6, where they will hold lectures at the ITkonekt conference at the Master Center. On this occasion, ITkonekt will bring together the entire Novi Sad IT scene, programmers, IT companies and world IT presenters and offer them new knowledge, the sharing of experiences, new job opportunities or the starting of new projects.

This conference is especially meant for experienced programmers, mediors and seniors which already have several years of working experience behind them.

Applications are already open, and a list of some of the lecturers and the program can already be seen at this link. The number of places at the conference is limited.

Lecturers from the biggest world conferences will hold lectures for programmers in Novi Sad. Java, AWS, Spring, Microservices are some of the technologies that will be discussed, and programmers will be able to hear how to make voice apps, how a platform which manages over a million websites worldwide operates and which challenges IT teams face when they have to integrate various program languages into a single app.

Last year, ITkonekt in Novi Sad was visited by as many as 1,200 IT experts, which was a unique opportunity for a large number of IT professionals from Novi Sad to gather in one place. An even greater number of visitors is expected this year, and those who don't attend lectures will be able to meet some of the most popular employers in the IT industry.

Parallel with the conference, an IT job fair will be held at the Master Center on April 6, where IT companies will present themselves interactively and offer new jobs. Attendance is free upon REGISTRATION.

Some of the companies that will offer jobs at ITkonekt are: Quantox Technology, Intens, NTT Data, Prozone, Avisto Eastern Europe and others.
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