Next winter Minsk will once again become a gathering spot for amazing people of the front-end scene presenting hot topics and sharing their expertise and vision. Currently the agenda is still work-in-progress, but we can promise you two full days of delicious content! We hope to treat you to talks in both standard-length and lightning format so we issue the Call for Papers at our full lung capacity! Workshops, presentations, lightning talks – we want it all at firstname.lastname@example.org (primary conference language is English).
Martin Splitt @g33konaut
Martin is open source contributor and web evangelist by heart from Zurich with a decade experience from the trenches of software engineering in multiple fields.
He works as a software engineer at Archilogic in front- and backend.
He devotes his time to moving the web forward, fixing problems, building applications and systems and breaking things for fun & profit.
Martin believes in the web platform and is working with bleeding edge technologies that will allow the web to prosper.
London, United Kingdom
I'm a developer, trainer, author and speaker with over 16 years experience working for organisations such as the European Space Agency, Google and now Microsoft, where I am a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate.
Ivan Jovanovic @ivanjov96
Belgrade, Republic of Serbia
Ivan is the senior software engineer currently working at Welltok. He had been working for more than 8 years for many international companies, like Cloud Horizon, Pathable, Clevertech, Thinkful etc. His focus is on building scalable JS applications and experimenting with new languages and frameworks. He is into functional and reactive programming. Leading teams and mentoring junior developers is his everyday duty. He loves to share knowledge and to write on his tech blog.
Vsevolod Shmyrov @v_shmyrov
Vsevolod is the web developer more than five years. The main direction is the front-end. He participated in the development of applications and games for social networks and mobile OS. Since 2012, Vsevolod has been developing the Yandex Maps API.
Konstantin Krivlenia is the lead developer at Targetprocess. He is the maintainer of tauCharts.
Vasiliy Vanchuk @vvscode
Egor Malkevich @wegorelax
Egor Malkevich, the self-taught specialist from Minsk, it’s long story how I went down to the IT. Mine roadmap wasn’t row. Started doing small sites and games, increased to consulting, designing microservices ecosystem and frameworks for company usages in a wide range of internal products. And now I am the active member of local developers community, participate in hackathons and meet-ups. Also participated in several startups, extend my communication and networking skills.
Marek Piasecki @mad_maniak
Freelance Full Stack Senior Polyglot Developer. (Currently) Rome, Italy
I do web technologies since 2000. I worked for successful startups, huge corporations, banks and government organisations. Travelling a lot and visiting conferences. Single page applications I do for 5 years already (React 3 years).
My message is - world is deterministic, people are good, there is no time.
Ilja Satchok @_ifours_
Developer at Viber. Interested in mobile technologies powered by JS. Loves React and music!
Dmitry Dudin @nedudi
Chief of products and services development department at XB Software, Ltd. dmitry Organizer of 4front meetups and “What the Hack” hackathon
Alexander Gerasimov @da_quirm
Alex is employed as a front-end engineer at Wix.com, earning just enough to sustain his functional programming addiction.
In his spare time he teaches programming and creates educational games with his hacker friends.
Alexey Migutsky @mr_mig_by
Alexey works as a Senior Software Development Engineer at Microsoft Berlin building Microsoft To-Do web app. He is coaching fellow programmers, mastering the craft and trolling in twitter as a hobby. Occasionally blogging at http://mtdv.io. Made in Belarus. Lives in Berlin. Was involved in organizing OdessaJS.
Andrei Vouchanka @r1zzu
Andrei Vouchanka, the Software developer at EPAM Systems. Passioned about front-end development, bleeding edge web-technologies, js performance, public speaking and knowledge sharing. Constantly experimenting with new stuff, messing around with pet projects for fun
Tomasz Łakomy @tlakomy
Minsk is the capital and the largest city in Belarus with population over 2 million. Minsk hosted IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship in 2014. See more
Venue: Palac kuĺtury prafsajuzaŭ
Address: praspiekt Niezaliežnasci 25, Minsk
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We would be happy to discuss any kind of partnership and gladly accept any help e.g. making contributions to our budget (speakers travelling expenses, venue/coffee breaks/afterparty organization etc.) or prizes (books, coupons, gadgets) to be awarded to the winners of contests & competitions taking place during the conference.
Here's what you can expect in return:
"Teaching is a privilege. It's part of a Jedi's responsibility to help train the next generation."
―Obi-Wan Kenobi, Star Wars: The Clone Wars