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ANIS – Employers’ Association of the Software and Services Industry will organize the 2nd edition of the Make Open Source Software – MOSS 2016 conference on March 23rd at Novotel Bucharest City Centre.

Kris Buytaert, experienced Linux & Open Source Consultant for Inuits, will open the event. The conference will have two tracks – IoT, Embedded & Mobile Systems and Cloud Solutions. Developers, students and teachers interested in open source technologies are expected to take part in in-depth technical sessions, case studies, live demonstrations and 2h practical workshops. The detailed agenda is available on the event website –

The topics covered will include: the development of mobile applications, embedded applications for hardware, compression for mobile, hybrid cloud solutions implementation, monitoring applications, integrated systems for IoT devices and cyber security.

The hands-on labs will teach participants how to create Java APIs to expose functionality in native libraries (Andrei Vasiliu, Intel Development Center Romania), how to use Docker to deploy faster in the cloud (Sorin Peste, Microsoft Romania) and how to evaluate the security of cloud applications using open source tools (Adrian Furtuna, KPMG Romania).

Tickets are on sale and can be purchased online directly from the event site: emphasize the educational role of this event ANIS encourages participation of a large number of students who can thus access the community. For students interested in open source technologies is available a preferential tariff of 30 euros.

MOSS 2016 is organized with the support of sponsors: Intel Romania Software Development Center, Microsoft Romania and EventLink360.
Prizes for the best presentations are given by Adobe Romania and iMedicare.
Communities: TechHub Bucharest, DevAcademy, Girls in Tech, Girls Who Code, OWASP, DroidCon Romania.


About ANIS

18 years of activity in Romania. Established in 1998, ANIS represents the interests of Romanian IT companies and supports the development of Romanian software and services industry, increasing both companies involved in outsourcing projects and those that generate intellectual property by creating products.

Over 130 members. In ANIS are reunited Romanian or foreign-owned companies, small and multinational companies with offices in all major IT centers in the country, which provide nationwide representativity for the association.

Over 16 000 employees. ANIS members generate a significant number of highly qualified jobs in society.

Over 1 billion turnover. Aggregated annual revenues of members place ANIS in the key stakeholders area in terms of economic footprint, locally.

For more information, visit the Association website –