Serhiy Yakovyn TechLead
TechLead at SoftServe
Clojure. An uncommon view at multithreading

Code review: fisheye & crucible

Andriy Yudenko QA Engineer
Andriy - QA Engineer at SoftServe. In IT working for over 10 years taking care about different processes of Software Development – Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Testing Automation, Configuration Management, Project Management, Training and Education. At this moment focused on Quality Assurance for different development projects. Lives in Dnepropetrovsk.
Continious Integrations in big projects
Continues Integration as a tool what can make your work easier and you happier. Application Examples and Best Practices.

Orest Ivasiv Software engineer
Orest - passionate software engineer at SoftServe interested in different programming languages, pragmatic approaches and performance boost practices. Co-organizer of itbooze. Lives in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Adventures of Java developer in Ruby world
Issues with Ruby ecosystem. Is Ruby really cross platform? Pitfalls with the Ruby language. Packaging and application distribution, pros&cons. Ruby CLI application facilities. Project based experience.

Vadim Mateushev Software engineer
Vadim - Software Engenner SoftServe. Before IT worked 6 years in Customer Service sphere: both F2F and by phone. Has experience in people management, coaching and staff development. Lives in Dnepropetrovsk.
Emotional intelligence
Emotional intelligence (IE) is the ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself, of others, and of groups. Develop this ability will help to become more successful and efficient.

Yehor Nazarkin Python developer
Yehor - Pythonista, client-side adept, working with various set of Python tools for building service API layers and backend solutions. Co-founder of Kharkiv.py community. PyCon UA co-organizer. Lives in Kharkiv.
Building rich web application with Flask and Chaplin.js.
This keynote will cover the road we walked to achieve flexible solution our projects are stand on. With Python micro-framework Flask under the hood for acquiring RESTful APIs, backbone.js-based framework Chaplin.js on the front line and all of that unicorns and rainbows every developer tries to ride on.

Petro Sasnyk Architect
Multidisciplinary Solutions Architect, Engineering Manager, Technical Product Manager with experience in multiple business domains.
Libreeze.com - life inside of startup

Kyrylo Buzykin Software Engineer
I've been a Software Engineer for 5 years and I still love every second of it. Been working on web-software for all this time. At first like a freelancer and then found myself as part of a large team. I am experienced in Procedure and OOP programming. Complex and long-term projects taught me to navigate through large source files written by other developers. People can call me a perfectionist, but I'm not. I'm a “rightist”. I do something until it's right, and then I move on to the next thing. I need to keep things done, need it physically and mentally.
3D via JavaScript

Alona Mekhovova Ruby on Rails developer
Alona - web developer, working with Ruby on Rails. Admire Ruby and Rails, interested in creating a Ruby community and popularization of this technology. Co-founder at Ruby Garage. Lives in Dnipro.
Using and scaling Rack and Rack-based middleware
Rack is the interface for interacting with HTTP and connecting web servers, making it easy to write shockingly simple HTTP facing applications in Ruby. Will show the ways to create extra light-weight applications, expanding the Rack interface with own modules, and also the overview of existing rack-based middleware.

Yuriy Chulovskyy Java Developer
Yuriy - common Java developer at SoftServe. Interested in uncommon things like Gamification, knowledge management and new approaches for doing boring things.
Create web app with AngularJS, Grails and MongoDB in 1 hour!
This is story about desire to see world outside of Enterprise, with desire to free your mind, avoiding heavy frameworks and trying to make things simple. This is story about usage items that you always wanted but never tried.