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Do you have any idea what tracks Devoxx Morocco covers?

There are several tracks covered by Devoxx Morocco:

  1. Tools, frameworks & libraries for building native mobile apps, developing for embedded devices, the IoT, Arduino, Raspberry Pi etc.

  2. Software architecture, encryption, best practices to develop secure Apps, how-to’s, tools and techniques for developers to drive great architecture.

  3. From real-time analysis to massive prediction and cloud storage : Big Data, Fast Data, NoSQL, Machine learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, TensorFlow, etc.

  4. Progressive web apps, UX/UI, libraries, languages and tools to build web apps.

  5. Cloud, containers, modern operational concerns, including build pipelines, orchestration, observability, monitoring, resilience, and compliance, as the software world embraces DevOps and cloud delivery.

  6. Software development methodologies, personal development, leadership, working practices, mental health, diversity, inclusion, developer culture, and related subjects.

  7. Java Language & Server Side, Java SE, JDK, Modularity, Spring, App Servers, Ruby, Groovy, Scala, Go, Javascript, Clojure, Haskell, Ceylon, etc.

  8. Developer candy: Stuff we want to know about but don't (generally) at work, Robotics, biological computing, cybernetics, Entrepreneurship, innovation, tomorrows world.

Who won't like to join such iternational conference with this veriety of tech community resources, you still can apply for the CFP via:https://dvma22.cfp.dev/ or you can also join us at https://devoxx.ma/

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How to write a kickass README

Arguably the single most important piece of documentation for any open source project is the README. A good README not only informs people what the project does and who it is for but also how they use and contribute to it.

If you write a README without sufficient explanation of what your project does or how people can use it then it pretty much defeats the purpose of being open source as other developers are less likely to engage with or contribute towards it.