Yevheniia Bereza Project Coordinator
I'm working on Engineering Communities within SoftServe, organizing internal conferences (Pacemaker) for developers and Hackathons. I'm in love working with people and proud to work for SoftServe, within a team of proactive and initiative people.
Engineering Communities as a space for growing
All about Engineering Communities and why I do that?

Software development enthusiast.
Async Python
Indeep diving into asynchronous code. Big Python included

Maksym Shtyria Solution Architect, Ciklum
I'm front-end developer with some expirience in developent and architecture
V8 - what's that
Each of us from time to time arguing about “my implementation is faster” or “I’m going to iterate array with decrement because it faster” and so on. I’m going to try to explain some basic things which developers from V8 used and it has to help understand deeper what’s wrong with your code for example or how it would be better to write it

Yuriy Koryk Senior Software Engineer
coming soon
Mojolisious. A next generation web framework for the Perl programming language
Introduction to Mojolisious. Development of the Capacity Dashboard using Mojolicious.

Bohdan Slipenkyi Intermediate Software Engineer
For the most part of the day I'm sitting in front of my laptop. The rest is used to hang out with friends, play guitar, get out of comfort zone to travel, play playstation, eat tasty food, watch not really useful movies and tv shows etc.
Just do it with components
There is no “perfect” way to structure an Angular app, but let’s go over the best option to build scalable and maintainable app that your team will love you for.

Nickolay Kofanov Technical Leader
I'm web software technical lead at SoftServe. Most of my expertise lies in the area of PHP and JavaScript technologies including back-end and front-end development. 
Zend Expressive - choose technology, not framework!
I'd like to talk about the problem situated in the modern PHP world. The problem is that most of developers are all about choosing the particular framework and then they are tightly coupled to its components and concepts. Why do we choose frameworks? Why don't we just develop an application and use whatever components are best fit our needs?...

Dmytro Ovcharenko Solutions Architect
I have over 10 years of experience in IT industry. Strong experience in web enterprise systems (clustering, distribution, resilience, failover). I have strong experience in OOD, OOP, component design, and design patterns. I have strong understanding of the object-oriented concepts and design patterns. Most of my technological expertise lies in the area of WEB/Mobile technologies.I have good understanding Service Oriented concepts and experience with Agile, Scrum, XP, RUP, and Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). 
Stridepost ATAM
It will be talk about Architecture Assessment for Stridepost project. Assessment was developed by ATAM - Architecture Tradeoff Analysis MethodSM —a technique for analyzing software architectures.

Nodarii Varenko Front-end developer
 I'm front-end developer and that is it.
Is TypeScript the future?
* about me
* about enterprise javascript and tools 
* Coffeescript 
* Dart 
* TypeScript 
*About
*Features

Roman Uvarov Project Coordinator
I’m working in Healthcare for more than 5.5 years, including more than 1.5 year at SoftServe on PM position. Graduated from SoftServe Leadership Development Program. Have experience of being on-site (on different positions), as well as preparing employees to their on-site trips. I’m ready and glad to share knowledge I have with others
Effective On-Site? It’s easy!
The presentation will give you overview of main items to know, when being on-site; provide you with high-level guide that will help to make your on-site more effective. Also, participants will get a bonus by the end of presentation