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From Piergiorgio Lucidi <piergior...@apache.org>
Subject CFP Open for Codemotion Rome - April 2018
Date Wed, 13 Dec 2017 16:47:33 GMT
Hi,

Codemotion is becoming a huge event for developers around Europe, they
starting to have a strong presence in some countries and I know some of the
people around their team:

https://codemotionworld.com/

The next event will be hold in Rome and if you want to submit a good talk
and you want to spend some good time in Rome in April, you can submit a
proposal:

https://rome2018.codemotionworld.com/

They accept national and international proposals with italian and
international speakers.
During the last events I saw very interesting topics and material presented
in a lot of sessions.

For this specific event they would like to be focused on the following
topics:

   - Functional Programming
   - React Native
   - FAAS/Serverless

But they also are interested on those:

   - Languages
   - Mobile
   - Game DEV
   - Security
   - Devops
   - IoT
   - Javascript
   - Cloud/Big Data
   - AI /Machine Learning
   - Microservices
   - Containers
   - Design/UX
   - Frontend
   - VR/AR
   - Inspirational

I know that they also are very interested in Community and Diversity topics.

It will be very easy for me to meet them, I would like to arrange a meeting
at their office to discuss which opportunities we could have in terms of
sponsorship and I'm wondering if they could be interested to organize an
Apache track.

What do you think?
Thank you.

Cheers,
PJ

-- 
Piergiorgio Lucidi
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