Conference program

Conference program is forming and call for papers was opened. We will publish all submitted talks here after initial review stage. Final version of the conference program will be published on Septemper 12th. If you have any questions related to the program and talk submission please send them to

Detailed schedule

Stage A300 seats Stage B150 seats
9:009:45 Registration, welcome coffee
9:4510:00 Conference opening
10:0010:50 EnBecoming a Better Programmer
Pete Goodliffe
Escaping from the automation hell
Yan Drugalya
10:5011:00 Break
11:0011:50 EnScaling To Infinity: The Quest For Fully Automated, Scalable, Self-Healing System With Zero-Downtime
Viktor Farcic
How to make your functional tests really quick
Mikalai Alimenkou
11:5012:00 Break
12:0012:50 Points of View: key to good communication in the team – see quality behind diagrams
Eugene Krivosheyev
DCI @ XING – same same but different
Boris Tveritnev
13:0014:30 Lunch break
14:3015:20 EnPair Programming: how to do it right
Jon Jagger
Price of the data you’ve lost
Viktor Polischuk
15:2015:30 Break
15:3016:20 8 Things That Make Continuous
Delivery Go Nuts

Eduards Sizovs
EnScaling Docker with Kubernetes
Carlos Sanchez
16:2017:00 Coffee break
17:0017:50 Produсtonomicon. Antipatterns.
Dmitriy Yefimenko
API Driven Development
Dmytro Mindra
17:5018:00 Closing of the first day
18:0020:00 Whiskey party
Stage A300 seats Stage B150 seats
9:009:45 Welcome coffee
9:4510:00 Opening of the second day
10:0010:50 EnTowards an Evolutionary Architecture (part 1)
Venkat Subramaniam
EnThe Transition from Product to Infrastructure
Paul Stack
10:5011:00 Break
11:0011:50 EnTowards an Evolutionary Architecture (part 2)
Venkat Subramaniam
Confession of An Engineer
Taras Matyashovskyy
11:5012:00 Break
12:0012:50 EnContinuous Delivery – the missing parts
Paul Stack
Software Architecture Anti-Patterns
Eduards Sizovs
13:0014:30 Lunch break
14:3015:20 What does it mean to be a test engineer?
Andrey Dzynia
Lightning Talks
Planning – “shmanning”, estimations – “shmetimations”
Mikalai Alimenkou
UX Design & Agile
Tanya Zavialova
Don’t let your code to be illiterate along with your colleagues
Izzet Mustafaiev
Product Requirements: where they are coming from?
Katya Kameneva
15:2015:30 Break
15:3016:20 EnPragmatics of TDD to Evolve Design
(part 1)
Venkat Subramaniam
Why to bother with writing test? Nobody cares?!
Dmitriy Shekhovtsov
16:2017:00 Coffee break
17:0017:50 EnPragmatics of TDD to Evolve Design
(part 2)
Venkat Subramaniam
Automate everything you should
Serhiy Kalinets
17:5018:10 Conference closing