Case After Case

Lviv

DEVELOPMENT MADE EASY

June 11, 2016

Software development encompasses many different tasks, and every problem can be difficult to solve if you're attempting it for the first time. We want to share some tips to make your work more enjoyable.

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Ihor Leontiev

Communicative Intelligence and Innovation Development, Iafoo.com, France

I started my career in 2012 as a .Net Developer for a machine building company in Ukraine, and in 2013 I became interested in cloud computing and the Microsoft Azure platform. In 2014, I gained Microsoft student partner status and began to actively participate in tech conferences. Last year I struck off in a new direction with the "Creation of Innovative Enterprises" at a French-Ukrainian master's program in Montpellier. Today I'm involved in managing team development and use DevOps practices.

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Anton Vidishchev

Offshore Manager Ukraine, RR Donnelley, Ciklum, Odessa (Ukraine)

I’m a Microsoft MVP for Azure, a co-organizer of the Odessa .NET-community and an active participant in numerous conferences and technology group meetings. My specialization is Microsoft Azure cloud. Currently, I’m leading a technology team of 90 people in Ukraine, which is developing a set of financial systems for the US market.

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Arsenii Pechenkin

.NET Developer, DataArt, Voronezh (Russia)

I’m an active participant at many conferences and technology group meeting. Recently, I’ve won several Hackathons. My specialization is web and mobile development. Currently, I’m developing a variety of software products using advanced new technologies.

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Andrey Chebuckin

Founder of The Secret Circle Solutions, teacher at “STEP Odessa (Ukraine)

I’m a certified solutions developer for Windows 8 and Windows Phone, a certified specialist in WPF and Windows Forms, co-founder of The Secret Circle Solutions studio, a student-partner of Microsoft, and a teacher at the STEP computer academy. I love everything that Microsoft does, their technologies and the way they are developing. I use many Visual Studio extensions and can’t develop without them. I also develop extensions myself. I’m enjoy karting, football, roller skating and skimboard, as well as watching Formula 1 and Series A.

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Taras Romanik

.NET Technical Lead, Conscensia, Lviv (Ukraine)

Since my first steps in this profession, I've rummaged around WPF using .NET Reflector. In 2011, I won first place in the Silverlight category of Windows Phone Champion, the Windows Phone 7 competition for game developers. In the final, I presented an alternative to RPG-action games: a Japanese puzzle game called Masyu. For the last six years, I have been developing web applications. Besides work, I am involved local civic activities in Lviv and am interested in mobile applications and a IoT.

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Vladimir Bronnikov

Software Architect, Perfectial, Lviv (Ukraine)

Seven years ago, I moved from Kherson to Lviv with my family. Now I work as a software architect at Perfectial and am a regular speaker at local industry events. In addition to my work as a software architect, I enjoy shooting, motorcycles and sports.

Schedule

10:00 — 10:45

Registration. Coffee break


Registration

10:45 — 11:00

Opening


Start

11:00 – 11:45

Arsenii Pechenkin

“Cross-platform development using Xamarin”

Cross-platform development is a topic that occupies the minds of many developers and companies. One of the most popular cross-platform development tools is Xamarin. In this presentation, I will talk about different use cases for this tool and the pros and cons of different approaches to using the common code. I will also make a small overview of the most interesting plug-ins and show how to debug of applications using Inspector.

12:00 – 12:45

Igor Leontiev

“DevOps helps us build and release”

In my report, I will discuss building the development process in a mixed team working in a startup environment, taking into account regular releases of dependent projects based on Team Foundation Server. I’m also going to show Release Management configuration stages and the process of monitoring the "state of health" for the end products. In addition, I will also cover issues related to misunderstanding the need to implement DevOps practices in small teams, highlighting examples of the most common misconceptions.

12:45 – 13:00

Coffee break


Coffee Break

13:00 – 13:45

Andrei Chebukin

“Modern means of quality assurance and code support in the team”

The style of code and its quality are the common problems in organizing the work processes that development teams face. In this presentation, I will tell you by what means and how you can automate the process of solving problems using Roslyn and Visual Studio Team Services.

14:00 – 15:00

Lunch break. Gifts


Lunch break

15:00 – 15:45

Taras Romanik

“Crash your site before someone else does it”

In my presentation, I will focus on practical experience and real cases. Topics will include:

  • Developer vs hacker
  • OWASP top 10
  • Means of verification

16:00 – 16:45

Anton Vidishchev

“Developing bots using BotFramework and Azure Cognitive Services”

Although bots have been around for a long time, today their use raises immense interest. CUI (Conversational User Interface) is becoming more popular than applications and web services because now you can order a pizza or a taxi by chatting with bots in your favorite messenger. In this presentation, I will show you how to use BotFramework (a new framework from Microsoft for writing bots in C#) and implement bots in messengers. I will also show you LUIS and Azure Cognitive Services – a service that helps you recognize arbitrary messages from users, determine the intentions based on the message and detect the valuable information from it.

16:45 – 17:00

Coffe break


Coffee Break

17:00 – 17:45

Vladimir Bronnikov

“Xamarin OCR: Recognizing Receipts”

Today’s state of technology allows for the automatic recognition of text using OCR technologies. In this presentation, I will discuss how to recognize receipts using a mobile phone camera and will demonstrate the integration between Xamarin and Tesseract.

18:00 – 18:30

Closing of the conference. Gifts.



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Location

Ukrainian Catholic University
Conference Hall

Lviv,
vul. Khutorivka, 35a

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We expect guests and speakers with new ideas experience in dealing with unusual issues. What's most important is that these people are ready to share. IT NonStop in Lviv offers the opportunity to discuss the latest .NET trends. The focus will be on the tasks involved in their projects, as well as the impact of the projects, along with the speakers' and guests' individual roles and the technologies they used i the course of their work.

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Every report is viewed by the expert board of IT NonStop. This board includes senior specialists and project managers from DataArt. The experts are ready to provide support with the preparation of speeches and presentations.

REPORT REQUIREMENTS

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  • Duration of report (30 minutes)
  • Short description of the report

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  • Current place of employment
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IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract Deadline: 2016-05-22

Deadline of Full Paper: 2016-06-05

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