OUR EVENTS

Joker Java

Joker (St. Petersburg) is a deeply technical Java conference for experienced Senior / Regular developers and teamleads.

Joker passes within two days and guarantees you a lot of strong and technically complex reports which you will be able to discuss with 1000 colleagues-participants of the conference. In addition, traditionally on Joker you can find something interesting for the joy: for example, in 2015 we had a museum of retro computers, where participants could work for the legendary Apple Lisa or other vintage gadgets.

The conference is aimed at participants with deep background in Java. Strong and technically complex talks guarantee high quality of the audience. A wide coverage of the target audience and high professional level of the participants will be provided with rich organizational experience, careful selection of talks and after all with the direction of the program on specific practical things.

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DotNext .NET

DotNext is the largest conference for .NET developers in Russia. It's two days, over 1000 attendees, and three dozens of talks held by the world's leading experts, such as:

  • Jeffrey Richter (Microsoft);
  • Andrey Akinshin (JetBrains);
  • Jon Skeet (Google);
  • Mark Seeman (blog.ploeh.dk);
  • Hadi Hariri (JetBrains);
  • Dino Esposito (author of more than 20 books).

The conference talks are devoted to:

  • the present and the future of .NET platform;
  • performance optimization;
  • .NET platform inner workings;
  • architecture and design patterns;
  • .NET challenging problems and best practices.

Heisenbug QA

Heisenbug is a large technical conference that brings together more than 900 professionals in the field of quality assurance.These professionals are testers, programmers developing tests for their code, engineers in automated and load testing, and team leads willing to improve testing efficiency in their projects.

All speakers talk about the most important, practical and hardcore things on software testing:

  • Test automation;
  • Tools and environment for manual and automated testing;
  • Testing of distributed systems;
  • Testing of mobile applications;
  • Static code analysis and its tools;
  • Load testing, performance testing, benchmarking;
  • Testing of compilers, nuclear power plants, etc.

Our focus is on technological aspect of testing, and if you are not that familiar with it yet, it's a valid reason to attend the conference.

SPTDC distributed computing

The school offers courses on a wide range of practical and theoretical aspects of distributed systems given by renowned experts in the field.

DevOops DevOps

DevOops is a conference devoted to DevOps solutions. It is about developers' pain, complex scenarios in production, modern tools and the culture that allows you to release often, fix issues reliably and be right at home in the development and operations.

Key topics:

  • CloudNative (Helm, Kubernetes, Istio, service mesh);
  • Cloud technologies (AWS, Azure, Heroku, Serverless, etc.);
  • Observability, Audit and Monitoring (Prometheus, OkMeter, DataDog, BPF, Dynatrace, XRebel, Glimpse, Zipkin,
  • OpenTrace, etc.);
  • CI/CD (Jenkins, TeamCity, Bamboo, Kubernetes Operators, CD Foundation, Spinnaker);
  • Configuration Management (Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Salt, Terraform);
  • Security (Vault, IDS, IPS, etc.);
  • CNI, Infrastructure and Networking Management (Traefik, Calico, Cilium, etc.);
  • Storages (Persistent Volumes, databases, Kafka, etc.);
  • Technical debt and compexity management (legacy migration, DevOps for mainframes);
  • Zero Downtime, self-healing and antifragility;
  • Business cases of DevOps transformation of large projects: wins and fails;
  • Specific features of operations for different tech platforms.

Hydra distributed computing

Hydra conference focuses on distributed systems and computing. The conference program includes talks held by the creators of distributed systems theories and engineers working with these systems in production.

Hydra conference is a place for scientists and engineers to unite. The conference gathers engineers and specialists of all fields of programming, erasing the features of artificial division into programming languages and technologies.

At the conference, you can see how dynamic runtime specialists communicate with other runtime experts, distributed computing theory researchers are involved in vivid discussions with other researchers, and so on.

Being an attendee of the conference allows you to see the structure of large-scale infrastructure projects and services running on thousands of nodes around the world, as well as to understand what scientific approaches are at the heart of their "underhood".

TechTrain techtrain

TechTrain is a big festival for developers, engineers and those interested in IT. The festival brings together everyone who loves software development as much as we do.

Whether you are totally into OOP or functionality, performance or development speed — at TechTrain you will find like-minded people, interesting projects and technological innovations (VR and AR, new architectures and gadgets, and who knows what else).

TechTrain includes talks held by IT experts, large expo with company and community booths: meet everyone from startups to bank enterprises, from hardware engineers to JS developers.

IT festival is an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge technologies, exchange experience with colleagues, meet in person those you know virtually and talk to world class experts who are usually available at the top IT conferences only.

JPoint Java

JPoint (Moscow) is hardcore technical Java-conference only for experienced Java-developers and only about R&D.

Every year the conference last for 2 days and gathers more than 1000 participants. In general the program holds 45 talks in 4 tracks.

Key topics: performance, concurrency, testing, distributed systems and high loads in the Java world, as well as the future of the platform.

Among speakers you will find: Aleksey Shipilev, Charles Nutter, Sergey Kuksenko and Vladimir Ivanov, Evgeniy Borisov, Andrey Breslav, Arun Gupta, Barukh Sadogursky, as well as representatives of Oracle, JetBrains, Red Hat, Epam, IBM, SAP, Mail.ru Group, Sberbank-Technologies, Deutsche Bank, Luxoft and many others.

Remote Pack multi

Remote Pack gives you the opportunity to participate in all conferences held in the season! This is about 250 reports, 200 speakers from 70 cities and more than 4,000 participants.

HolyJS JavaScript

HolyJS is the only major conference in Russia devoted to JavaScript world. Technical talks picked out exactly for the professional audience of Senior / Middle JS developers.

Within the program there are only technical talks without anything about processes, methodologies, management of people in startups. Speaking more specifically, it's all about development, optimization and architecture of JavaScript projects, work with data and the distributed calculations, and even programming of microcontrollers on JS!

The conference gathers over 1000 attendees that come to discuss the present and future of JavaScript community with the world's leading experts and watch dozens of frontend talks and much more, dwelling on both backend and desktop.

C++ Russia C++

C++ Russia is a two-day conference with several tracks of in-depth technical talks devoted to C++: concurrency, performance, architecture and infrastructure solutions — all you need to make your code more concise and productive.

The speakers of the conference are experienced engineers engaged in writing high-performance, scalable and fault-tolerant code as well as functional programming, metaprogramming, concurrency, parallelism, asynchronism and many others.

Mobius Mobile developers

Mobius is a conference for mobile apps developers, which takes place in Moscow and St. Petersburg, gathering more than 500 attendees each time.

The audience of the conference consists of Middle and Senior developers, team leads, and project managers.

Mobius program includes engineering talks for Android and iOS developers covering the following topics:

  • Large-scale architecture;
  • Performance;
  • Security;
  • ML in Mobile;
  • Functional and reactive programming;
  • Kotlin, Swift, Flutter.