Here are my upcoming speaking engagements:

iOSCon 2018

23.03.2018, London, UK


Mobius Conference

20.04.2018, St.Petersburg, Russia



Past speaking engagements:

Mobilization Conference

Talk title: Speech Analysis Techniques

The evolution of user interfaces in mobile apps continues with the most natural way of expressing the user’s wishes – their voice. Understanding what the users say is not an easy task. In this talk, we will see several speech analysis techniques used to help us in this challenging task, from Apple’s brand new Core ML and SiriKit, to Google’s, along with some well known Natural Language Processing algorithms like the TF-IDF.

21.10.2017, Łódź, Poland


Slides from the presentation can be found here.

ICT Innovations

Talk title: Conversational interfaces and machine learning @ Netcetera

The talk covers innovative use-cases that integrate Conversational Interfaces in Netcetera’s mobile apps. What challenges are we facing when developing such applications? Also, it explores ways how to use machine learning technologies in real-world projects.

23.09.2017, Skopje, Macedonia



Slides from the presentation can be found here.

iOS Meetup

Talk title: Thinking in Swift

The talk is about Functional Reactive Programming in Swift, using protocols and structs in favour of classes, as well as an approach for designing a networking API.

16.09.2016, Skopje, Macedonia

Slides from the presentation can be found here.


CIIT Conference

Talk title: Open university data

Presentation for my co-authored paper “Open University Data” on the CIIT conference in 2012. It describes the process and benefits of opening parts of the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering data in a structured format.

02.04.2012, Krushevo, Macedonia


More details about the paper can be found here.

Slides from the presentation can be found here.

Other conferences and workshops

Here are some conferences and workshops I’ve participated in, as an attendee.

Software Architecture for developers workshop – Simon Brown, November 2017

Code Mobile – April, 2017

try! Swift – March, 2016

AppDevCon – March, 2015