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Clever people and clever CodeFest


Today is Friday, which means it remains only a week before the CodeFest in Novosibirsk . And, of course, there is no reason to write a pre-final post about the conference and about speakers who are going to share their knowledge and skills with us.

In the program CodeFest we selected 24 reports on development, project management and testing. Here are some of them.

Software development for developers
Andrey Platov, founder and CEO of Xored, which has released products such as TruStudio, Dynamic Languages ​​Toolkit, Q7. Customers include Cisco Systems and British Telecom.
CouchDB: from theory to practice
Victor Bilyk, java-developer of internal products for Bosch and Belgacom. He writes about himself modestly “unemployed full-time”, but we know, we know everything about him!
class Server :: Cloud <Server :: Hardware // Manage servers as objects with properties and methods
Nat Gadzhibalayev, Oversan the Evangelist. I was happy to respond to the request to make a cool technical report on the theme of the cloud API. In addition, Nat promises a cloud surprise for CodeFest participants. Look forward to!
Leadership or garden beds
Alexander Orlov, co-founder of the Happy PM project, formerly a team leader in Sun Microsystems and Intel.
The problem of evaluating the work of programmers
Alexander Pogrebnyak, head of web projects at Alawar Entertainment, has 7 years of experience in software development and 3 years of experience managing a team of programmers and testers.
We formulate the requirements for response time services
Andrey Kuzmichev, head of the load testing group at Yandex, owner of his own Lunapark :)
Flex / Flash GUI Test Automation
Sergey Vysotsky, Software Developer in Test at DataWorks. One of the projects tested by Sergey is a voluminous flash editor.
Etc., etc.
Each of the 24 reports included in the program was manually moderated, and we can confidently say that each report on CodeFest is exclusively applied. Moreover, tomorrow a meeting of speakers will be held in the office of the DublGIS company in Novosibirsk , where we will first listen to and discuss their reports and presentations. True, not all speakers are aware that we invited a professional trainer in public speaking to the meeting, but this is another story. Let it be a surprise for them :)

Micro Reports Section

A week ago we were eager to make a mini-reports section for everyone. The desire did not fade away, but since the program turned out to be rather dense, we decided to stop at the “micro-reports” variant.

As we have already written, in addition to flipcharts, an additional screen with a projector will be installed in the chill-out, and any CodeFest participant can give a micro-report on his exciting question for 5-10 minutes. The only two conditions: the topic should concern the development, project management or testing, and the presentation should not be advertising.

Naturally, in the program of these micro-reports will not be, so that they will all be a complete surprise.

Cork board for jobs

It is no secret that large IT events always attract head-hunters of large companies. And in order to direct their interest in the right direction, we decided to install a large cork board in the chill-out, onto which any applicant can attach his / her job search ad. We are sure that the companies will place their job advertisements there.

So, September 23, Novosibirsk, CodeFest

Come, it will be awesome!

Source: https://habr.com/ru/post/104433/

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