Case After Case



September 17, 2016

Creative and innovative approach to developing is about constantly improving skills and aiming at simplicity and performance. Technically rich presentations, which cover the latest trends within the Java ecosystem. Join us to gain the great experience!

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Peter Lawrey

Server Side Core Java Developer

Peter Lawrey has the most answers for Java and JVM on (~12K), "Vanilla Java" blog with four million views and ~300 posts at, founder of the Performance Java User's Group, a virtual JUG with ~2K members, architect of Chronicle Software, open source project for high performance, low latency libraries in Java, & Java Champion

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Alexander Kuzmenko

Senior Java Developer (DataArt)

Great experience in web applications development from scratch, Reverse Engineering and refactoring of complex systems. IT-events and IT-schools speaker.

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Dmitry Kuperman

Java Development Lead (DataArt)

13 years of experience in IT, 10 years in Java. Strong expertise in working with legacy-systems. Successfully combines coordination of the development process technical side, creation of the comfortable atmosphere inside the team, and communication with the customer.

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Egor Volkov

Java Developer (DataArt)

Expert in difficult business tasks, Java applications monitoring, stabilization and administration. Is engaged in software development since childhood.

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Ilya Shishkarev

Full Stack Java Developer (DataArt)

Inspired by solving problems seeming to be unsolvable at first glance. Likes to deepdive into the code and review it which sometimes drive his colleagues nuts.

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Konstantin Polosukhin

Project Manager, Travel & Hospitality (DataArt)

Core activities: setting up effective and creative project environments, building clear processes, business-oriented development, accounts extension.


09:30 — 10:45

Registration and Coffee.


10:45 — 11:00

Introductory Remarks.


11:00 – 12:00

Peter Lawrey

“Latency Sensitive Microservices”

What can Trading Systems and Microservices learn from each other. How can event sourced Microservices achieve microsecond latencies reliably. Web based Microservices are effective in terms of time to market, and now is using asynchronous messaging and more performant transports.

12:00 – 12:15

Coffee break.

Coffee Break

12:15 – 13:15

Egor Volkov, Ilya Shishkarev

“Enterprise Puzzlers”

Puzzlers is a form of presentation that has recently gained popularity among IT specialists. It’s a game in which game masters review interesting and ambiguous examples of code, and the audience can vote for various options of how the code may work. We present our examples from the world of Enterprise Java. Some examples we genuinely liked, some we came up with out of curiosity, and on others we spent a lot of time and nerves while working on real projects.

13:30 – 13:45

Coffee break.

Coffee Break

13:45 – 14:45

Peter Lawrey

“Exceptional Exception Handling”

When an Exception occurs, what are some of the common and uncommon patterns and how can they be handled differently to produce more robust software.

14:45 – 16:15


Lunch break

16:15 – 17:30

Konstantin Polosukhin, Dmitry Kuperman, Alexander Kuzmenko

“Development vs Management”

Developers and managers look at questions about the development process and daily project solutions in different ways. Sometimes this leads to a heated debate, or even to conflicts in the team. However, with the right approach issues can be resolved through constructive conversation. A team that has developed cohesiveness by working on complex projects offers a look at various situations in which developers come into conflict with managers.

17:30 – 17:45

Concluding Remarks. Gifts.


17:45 – 20:00

Afterparty. Java Ping-Pong Battle. Kicker. Beer.




Contemporary Art Center M17,
102-104 Antonovycha Str. Kyiv

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