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25/05/22 06:00 PM

Tips from a Software Architect: What (not) to do on your projects

Stanislav Grujić

Do you want to become a software architect one day? Or you have already become one? In what way do you plan to maintain your team and ensure your project success?

During this lecture, Stanislav will share with you his perspective on the things you should (shouldn't) do to become and be successful as a software architect on the projects you are working on.

14/04/22 05:30 PM

Data structures, and why should a programmer like me care about it?

Zoran Horvat

Today, each more popular programming language has its own libraries which enable us to easily develop a code for data processing which apparently has arbitrary complexity and scope.

08/12/17 09:02 AM


03/06/16 06:02 PM

Ad Targeting in the wild

Mihajlo Grbović

In this talk MIhajlo will give an overview of different approaches he took to adapt ad targeting to a particular platform, including Yahoo Search, Tumblr, and Yahoo Email.

20/05/16 09:00 AM

Crafting Code

Sandro Mancuso

This course is designed to help developers write well-crafted code—code that is clean, testable, maintainable, and an expression of the business domain. The course is entirely hands-on, designed to teach developers practical techniques they can immediately apply to real-world projects.

13/04/16 06:02 PM

Designing Indexes and Keys

Duško Mirković

Structure of keys and indexes can greatly affect table physical storage and the performance when manipulating its data.

23/03/16 06:02 PM

Advanced C# Part 2: Memory management

Ivan Nemeš

Whenever you make a long running service, or application which should process large amount of the data, memory management is a real concern! This lecture tries to give insight how .NET's CLR handles memory and what we should know regarding it.

10/02/16 06:02 PM

Techniques for writing Web applications in the API world

Ljubomir Simin

Today's applications have high expectations with regard to data availability, device compatibility and quality. When tasked with picking the right software stack it's good to be aware of the current concepts and trends.

21/01/16 06:02 PM

Intro into deep learning

Mihailo Isakov

In the last couple of years, there is a big fascination with the term "deep learning".

12/11/15 06:02 PM

Hypermedia-driven (REST) web APIs

Mladen Bukejlović

At the next Geekstone meetup, Mladen Bukejlović, Software Developer, will talk about: "Hypermedia-driven (REST) web APIs."


Apply as a SPEAKER

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We are calling for speakers all the software developers that are willing to share their knowledge and experience with people that face the similar challenges in everyday programming life.

You will be asked to proposed your first and last name, position, contact phone, topic and description.

We would also need:

  • a short biography of the speaker (50-100 words)
  • JPG or TIF informal photo
  • title of presentation (one line)
  • abstract (no more than 200 words), followed by three bullet points of what audience members can expect to "take away" from the presentation.
  • previous speaking experiences (this is not mendatory) and speaker references including name, company, phone and e-mail
  • Level of presentation and proposal date

Length of presentations should not exceed 45 minutes and still be 15 minutes of discussion. Lecture supposed to be in English language.

You can bring your laptop or we can provide one for you.

Projector, screen, speakers, cables and camera we provide too. Yours is just to show up 30 minutes before your presentation.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me or call me at 069701456.

  • Danila Kiša 3v
    21000 Novi Sad

  • +381(69)701 456

About Us

Geekstone is a non-profit organization dedicated to gathering developers with an aim to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, experiences and ideas related to programming. Moreover, Geekstone is a place for networking and socializing.

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