MOBILE WITH HUMAN TOUCH
the mobile technology conference
created by developers and designers
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February 4th-6th 2015
1 workshop day & 2 talk days
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MCE is about bringing together the greatest minds in tech to exchange groundbreaking ideas. If you have amazing ideas to share, see the call for papers below.
MCE started as a conference for developers by developers. This year, we are expanding our horizons to include all mobile creators - developers, designers and tech leaders. We are interested in details, hidden mechanisms, in short - everything behind the scenes that makes the user go WOW! when they download an app.
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David is an iOS developer with a passion for graphics, animations, and accessibility.
Max Bazaliy is one of the CocoaHeads Ukraine founders, currently works as iOS Researcher developing low level security stuff.
Cassandra is a Senior Consultant with ThoughtWorks, who has primarily been leading and working in a variety of mobile projects. She is also involved in promoting more female speakers in technology.
Rachel is now a member of the Technical Advisory Board to the CTO, which regularly produces the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar.
Pierre-Yves Ricau is Android Software Engineer. He contributes to several open source projects, works in Square, and created the AndroidAnnotations framework in 2010.
Mladen Barbaric is a brand and product craftsman. He is a founder and CEO of Pearl Studios which is known for elegantly disruptive brands and products such as Misfit SHINE.
Rob gets paid to help developers do better things, doesn't really care about one framework or another and prefers to spend his time outside of this building awful games for the browser.
For MCE2015 we are taking control of the most iconic place in Warsaw - the Kinoteka cinema at the Palace of Culture and Science. The central spot in the city, it offers big auditoriums, plenty of casual networking zones, a roomy cafeteria and excellent communication links to all parts of the city, including direct links to airports. It's going to be spectacular.
We are looking for people to relate happenings of MCE 2015 in the best possible way. Whether you're a big media fish or a freelance blogger, get in touch to find the best way to collaborate.
Code of Conduct
At our conferences we encourage respectful smart conversations that help improvement and inspire innovation. Sexism, racism, and being insensitive in general is not appreciated. If you do so, get prepared to be challenged by conference staff.
To enforce this code, we are taking following action:
- every person involved in creating the conference, including staff and volunteers, will be made highly aware of the importance of sensitive communication
- our communication and actions will be prepared with great care to assure everyone feels welcome and equal at MCE
- in order to motivate an open conversation about diversity and inclusivity within our tech community we have decided to dedicate slots to persons who professionally speak about these topics at MCE 2015