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ABOUT

JavaDay Ukraine is an annual international 2-day conference with more than 60 global speakers - well-known Java-professionals from the US, Canada, Western Europe and other countries.
The conference agenda will include multiple cutting-edge technologies and trends, such as Full-stack Java, JVM Languages, Machine Learning and Data Science.

1000

Attendees

1000

Stages

1000

Speakers

1000

Countries

1000

Companies

Bart Blommaerts
Software Architect @ Ordina

Alex Theedom
Java EE Consultant/Developer @ readlearncode.com

Tomasz Nurkiewicz
Senior Software Engineer @ Allegro

Nicolai Parlog
Software Developer (mainly Java), Writer, Free Software proponent

Alexey Tokar
VP of Engineering @ WorldAPP

Christoph Strobl
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal Software, Inc.

Vladimir Tsukur
Software Architect @ Wix

Alex Borysov
Software Engineer @ Google

Mohamed Taman
Enterprise Architect / Innovation & R&D Sr. Manager @ e-finance

Mykyta Protsenko
Senior Software Engineer @ Roku Inc.

Spencer Gibb
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal, Inc.

Chris Thalinger
Staff Software Engineer @ Twitter

Katharine Beaumont
Freelance tech writer, software developer

Nitsan Wakart
Performance Consultant @ TTNR Labs

Simon Ritter
Azul Systems, UK

Orkhan Gasimov
Software Engineer @Nextiva

Sam Newman
Technologist @Independent Consultant

Baruch Sadogursky
Developer Advocate @ JFrog

Evgeny Borisov
Big Data Technical Leader @NAYA Technologies

Sergey Shelpuk
Head of Data Science Office @ ELEKS

Patroklos Papapetrou
Technical author and blogger @ Software Gardener, SonarQube

Eugene Roman
CTO @ Canadian Tire Corporation

Sasha Goldshtein
CTO of SELA Group, Microsoft C# MVP, Pluralsight author, international consultant and trainer

Valentin Logvinskiy
Scala Developer @ Cogniance

Clément Escoffier
Principal Software Engineer @ Red Hat

Robert Kubis
Senior Developer Advocate @ Google

Arun Gupta
Principal Open Source Technologist @ Amazon Web Services

Title sponsor


  • https://www.epam.com/

Diamond


  • http://www.skoda-auto.com/en
  • www.dell.com

Gold


  • www.sigma.software
  • www.wix.com
  • www.luxoft.com
  • www.infopulse.com
  • https://jobs.zalando.com/en/
  • http://www.globallogic.com/ua/

Silver


  • www.redhat.com
  • www.levi9.com
  • https://www.valtech.com/

Bronze


Info


  • www.jug.lviv.ua
  • http://itcluster.lviv.ua/
  • http://lviv.gdg.org.ua/
  • https://itstep.org/ua/
  • http://it-cluster.if.ua/
  • http://razbor-poletov.com/
  • http://morning.lohika.com/
  • https://dou.ua/
  • https://istanbul-jug.org/
  • https://www.itcp-ua.com/
  • https://aiukraine.com/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/1376856942345187/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/jug.dnepr/
  • http://www.dataart.ua/

Workshop: Designing Microservices

Sam Newman
Technologist
@Independent Consultant
In this workshop, we'll share some framing for micro service architectures that explore the various forces that can drive the design and evolution of microservices, and then you'll participate in a series of interactive architectural kata exercises to put your new found knowledge to the test.

Workshop: Apache Spark – crash course by Marcin Szymaniuk

Marcin Szymaniuk
Data developer, Data infrastructure administrator and Consultant at TantusData.
The course is dedicated to people who have no previous Spark experience. The ultimate goal is to provide an overview of the most important Spark features so attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spark applications. No prior experience in Spark is required. All the hands­on exercises will be in Scala but they will be simple enough for anybody with good knowledge of any modern programming language. All participants should have VirtualBox installed on their laptop so they can do hands on exercises and fully benefit from the workshop.

Workshop: Microservices with Spring Cloud

Orkhan Gasimov
Software engineer, certified trainer and consultant
This course is prepared for people who have no previous experience with Spring Cloud. Our goal is to overview of the most important Spring Cloud features so that attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spring Cloud applications. We will start learning from architecture patterns, overview the Spring Cloud, discuss the role of transactions and will see how to implement such systems without transactions. During the session, you will also get answers to “why?” and “how?” questions concerning all topics discussed and even more. Spring Boot experience is desired but not required. Apache Maven will be used for exercises.
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Speakers

1000

Attendees

1000

Stages

1000

Speakers

1000

Countries

1000

Companies

Bart Blommaerts
Software Architect @ Ordina

Alex Theedom
Java EE Consultant/Developer @ readlearncode.com

Tomasz Nurkiewicz
Senior Software Engineer @ Allegro

Nicolai Parlog
Software Developer (mainly Java), Writer, Free Software proponent

Alexey Tokar
VP of Engineering @ WorldAPP

Christoph Strobl
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal Software, Inc.

Vladimir Tsukur
Software Architect @ Wix

Alex Borysov
Software Engineer @ Google

Mohamed Taman
Enterprise Architect / Innovation & R&D Sr. Manager @ e-finance

Mykyta Protsenko
Senior Software Engineer @ Roku Inc.

Spencer Gibb
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal, Inc.

Chris Thalinger
Staff Software Engineer @ Twitter

Katharine Beaumont
Freelance tech writer, software developer

Nitsan Wakart
Performance Consultant @ TTNR Labs

Simon Ritter
Azul Systems, UK

Orkhan Gasimov
Software Engineer @Nextiva

Sam Newman
Technologist @Independent Consultant

Baruch Sadogursky
Developer Advocate @ JFrog

Evgeny Borisov
Big Data Technical Leader @NAYA Technologies

Sergey Shelpuk
Head of Data Science Office @ ELEKS

Patroklos Papapetrou
Technical author and blogger @ Software Gardener, SonarQube

Eugene Roman
CTO @ Canadian Tire Corporation

Sasha Goldshtein
CTO of SELA Group, Microsoft C# MVP, Pluralsight author, international consultant and trainer

Valentin Logvinskiy
Scala Developer @ Cogniance

Clément Escoffier
Principal Software Engineer @ Red Hat

Robert Kubis
Senior Developer Advocate @ Google

Arun Gupta
Principal Open Source Technologist @ Amazon Web Services

Title sponsor


  • https://www.epam.com/

Diamond


  • http://www.skoda-auto.com/en
  • www.dell.com

Gold


  • www.sigma.software
  • www.wix.com
  • www.luxoft.com
  • www.infopulse.com
  • https://jobs.zalando.com/en/
  • http://www.globallogic.com/ua/

Silver


  • www.redhat.com
  • www.levi9.com
  • https://www.valtech.com/

Bronze


Info


  • www.jug.lviv.ua
  • http://itcluster.lviv.ua/
  • http://lviv.gdg.org.ua/
  • https://itstep.org/ua/
  • http://it-cluster.if.ua/
  • http://razbor-poletov.com/
  • http://morning.lohika.com/
  • https://dou.ua/
  • https://istanbul-jug.org/
  • https://www.itcp-ua.com/
  • https://aiukraine.com/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/1376856942345187/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/jug.dnepr/
  • http://www.dataart.ua/

Workshop: Designing Microservices

Sam Newman
Technologist
@Independent Consultant
In this workshop, we'll share some framing for micro service architectures that explore the various forces that can drive the design and evolution of microservices, and then you'll participate in a series of interactive architectural kata exercises to put your new found knowledge to the test.

Workshop: Apache Spark – crash course by Marcin Szymaniuk

Marcin Szymaniuk
Data developer, Data infrastructure administrator and Consultant at TantusData.
The course is dedicated to people who have no previous Spark experience. The ultimate goal is to provide an overview of the most important Spark features so attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spark applications. No prior experience in Spark is required. All the hands­on exercises will be in Scala but they will be simple enough for anybody with good knowledge of any modern programming language. All participants should have VirtualBox installed on their laptop so they can do hands on exercises and fully benefit from the workshop.

Workshop: Microservices with Spring Cloud

Orkhan Gasimov
Software engineer, certified trainer and consultant
This course is prepared for people who have no previous experience with Spring Cloud. Our goal is to overview of the most important Spring Cloud features so that attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spring Cloud applications. We will start learning from architecture patterns, overview the Spring Cloud, discuss the role of transactions and will see how to implement such systems without transactions. During the session, you will also get answers to “why?” and “how?” questions concerning all topics discussed and even more. Spring Boot experience is desired but not required. Apache Maven will be used for exercises.
1000

Attendees

1000

Stages

1000

Speakers

1000

Countries

1000

Companies

Bart Blommaerts
Software Architect @ Ordina

Alex Theedom
Java EE Consultant/Developer @ readlearncode.com

Tomasz Nurkiewicz
Senior Software Engineer @ Allegro

Nicolai Parlog
Software Developer (mainly Java), Writer, Free Software proponent

Alexey Tokar
VP of Engineering @ WorldAPP

Christoph Strobl
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal Software, Inc.

Vladimir Tsukur
Software Architect @ Wix

Alex Borysov
Software Engineer @ Google

Mohamed Taman
Enterprise Architect / Innovation & R&D Sr. Manager @ e-finance

Mykyta Protsenko
Senior Software Engineer @ Roku Inc.

Spencer Gibb
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal, Inc.

Chris Thalinger
Staff Software Engineer @ Twitter

Katharine Beaumont
Freelance tech writer, software developer

Nitsan Wakart
Performance Consultant @ TTNR Labs

Simon Ritter
Azul Systems, UK

Orkhan Gasimov
Software Engineer @Nextiva

Sam Newman
Technologist @Independent Consultant

Baruch Sadogursky
Developer Advocate @ JFrog

Evgeny Borisov
Big Data Technical Leader @NAYA Technologies

Sergey Shelpuk
Head of Data Science Office @ ELEKS

Patroklos Papapetrou
Technical author and blogger @ Software Gardener, SonarQube

Eugene Roman
CTO @ Canadian Tire Corporation

Sasha Goldshtein
CTO of SELA Group, Microsoft C# MVP, Pluralsight author, international consultant and trainer

Valentin Logvinskiy
Scala Developer @ Cogniance

Clément Escoffier
Principal Software Engineer @ Red Hat

Robert Kubis
Senior Developer Advocate @ Google

Arun Gupta
Principal Open Source Technologist @ Amazon Web Services

Title sponsor


  • https://www.epam.com/

Diamond


  • http://www.skoda-auto.com/en
  • www.dell.com

Gold


  • www.sigma.software
  • www.wix.com
  • www.luxoft.com
  • www.infopulse.com
  • https://jobs.zalando.com/en/
  • http://www.globallogic.com/ua/

Silver


  • www.redhat.com
  • www.levi9.com
  • https://www.valtech.com/

Bronze


Info


  • www.jug.lviv.ua
  • http://itcluster.lviv.ua/
  • http://lviv.gdg.org.ua/
  • https://itstep.org/ua/
  • http://it-cluster.if.ua/
  • http://razbor-poletov.com/
  • http://morning.lohika.com/
  • https://dou.ua/
  • https://istanbul-jug.org/
  • https://www.itcp-ua.com/
  • https://aiukraine.com/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/1376856942345187/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/jug.dnepr/
  • http://www.dataart.ua/

Workshop: Designing Microservices

Sam Newman
Technologist
@Independent Consultant
In this workshop, we'll share some framing for micro service architectures that explore the various forces that can drive the design and evolution of microservices, and then you'll participate in a series of interactive architectural kata exercises to put your new found knowledge to the test.

Workshop: Apache Spark – crash course by Marcin Szymaniuk

Marcin Szymaniuk
Data developer, Data infrastructure administrator and Consultant at TantusData.
The course is dedicated to people who have no previous Spark experience. The ultimate goal is to provide an overview of the most important Spark features so attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spark applications. No prior experience in Spark is required. All the hands­on exercises will be in Scala but they will be simple enough for anybody with good knowledge of any modern programming language. All participants should have VirtualBox installed on their laptop so they can do hands on exercises and fully benefit from the workshop.

Workshop: Microservices with Spring Cloud

Orkhan Gasimov
Software engineer, certified trainer and consultant
This course is prepared for people who have no previous experience with Spring Cloud. Our goal is to overview of the most important Spring Cloud features so that attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spring Cloud applications. We will start learning from architecture patterns, overview the Spring Cloud, discuss the role of transactions and will see how to implement such systems without transactions. During the session, you will also get answers to “why?” and “how?” questions concerning all topics discussed and even more. Spring Boot experience is desired but not required. Apache Maven will be used for exercises.

Schedule

Google Cloud Spanner: Global consistency at scale Reactive Microservices with Eclipse Vert.x and Kubernetes Kudu Profilers Are Lying Hobbitses Neural Networks Walkthrough Twitter’s quest for a wholly Graal runtime A Day in the Life of a Traveling Open Source Developer The API Gateway is dead! Long live the API Gateway! gRPC vs REST: let the battle begin! Java SE 9, and its hidden treasures walkthrough (Hack session) GraphQL — APIs the New Way Going reactive with Spring Data Bug prediction based on your code history To JAR Hell And Back — A Live Migration to the Java 9 Module System Asynchronous by default, synchronous when necessary Who’s afraid of the EJB? 10 tips to become an awesome Technical Lead Java Libraries You Can’t Afford to Miss

Tickets



Earlybird

$150

  • $150
  • Two days access
  • (until 01.06.2017)
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Regular

$200

  • $200
  • Two days access
  • (until 01.09.2017)
Buy

Regular new

$225

  • $225
  • Two days access
  • (until 01.10.2017)
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Full Price

$250

  • $250
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Contact us

Convention & Exhibition Center "Parkovy" (Parkova road, 16a, Kyiv, Ukraine)


+38 (098) 264 0211
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1000

Attendees

1000

Stages

1000

Speakers

1000

Countries

1000

Companies

Bart Blommaerts
Software Architect @ Ordina

Alex Theedom
Java EE Consultant/Developer @ readlearncode.com

Tomasz Nurkiewicz
Senior Software Engineer @ Allegro

Nicolai Parlog
Software Developer (mainly Java), Writer, Free Software proponent

Alexey Tokar
VP of Engineering @ WorldAPP

Christoph Strobl
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal Software, Inc.

Vladimir Tsukur
Software Architect @ Wix

Alex Borysov
Software Engineer @ Google

Mohamed Taman
Enterprise Architect / Innovation & R&D Sr. Manager @ e-finance

Mykyta Protsenko
Senior Software Engineer @ Roku Inc.

Spencer Gibb
Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal, Inc.

Chris Thalinger
Staff Software Engineer @ Twitter

Katharine Beaumont
Freelance tech writer, software developer

Nitsan Wakart
Performance Consultant @ TTNR Labs

Simon Ritter
Azul Systems, UK

Orkhan Gasimov
Software Engineer @Nextiva

Sam Newman
Technologist @Independent Consultant

Baruch Sadogursky
Developer Advocate @ JFrog

Evgeny Borisov
Big Data Technical Leader @NAYA Technologies

Sergey Shelpuk
Head of Data Science Office @ ELEKS

Patroklos Papapetrou
Technical author and blogger @ Software Gardener, SonarQube

Eugene Roman
CTO @ Canadian Tire Corporation

Sasha Goldshtein
CTO of SELA Group, Microsoft C# MVP, Pluralsight author, international consultant and trainer

Valentin Logvinskiy
Scala Developer @ Cogniance

Clément Escoffier
Principal Software Engineer @ Red Hat

Robert Kubis
Senior Developer Advocate @ Google

Arun Gupta
Principal Open Source Technologist @ Amazon Web Services

Title sponsor


  • https://www.epam.com/

Diamond


  • http://www.skoda-auto.com/en
  • www.dell.com

Gold


  • www.sigma.software
  • www.wix.com
  • www.luxoft.com
  • www.infopulse.com
  • https://jobs.zalando.com/en/
  • http://www.globallogic.com/ua/

Silver


  • www.redhat.com
  • www.levi9.com
  • https://www.valtech.com/

Bronze


Info


  • www.jug.lviv.ua
  • http://itcluster.lviv.ua/
  • http://lviv.gdg.org.ua/
  • https://itstep.org/ua/
  • http://it-cluster.if.ua/
  • http://razbor-poletov.com/
  • http://morning.lohika.com/
  • https://dou.ua/
  • https://istanbul-jug.org/
  • https://www.itcp-ua.com/
  • https://aiukraine.com/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/1376856942345187/
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/jug.dnepr/
  • http://www.dataart.ua/

Workshop: Designing Microservices

Sam Newman
Technologist
@Independent Consultant
In this workshop, we'll share some framing for micro service architectures that explore the various forces that can drive the design and evolution of microservices, and then you'll participate in a series of interactive architectural kata exercises to put your new found knowledge to the test.

Workshop: Apache Spark – crash course by Marcin Szymaniuk

Marcin Szymaniuk
Data developer, Data infrastructure administrator and Consultant at TantusData.
The course is dedicated to people who have no previous Spark experience. The ultimate goal is to provide an overview of the most important Spark features so attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spark applications. No prior experience in Spark is required. All the hands­on exercises will be in Scala but they will be simple enough for anybody with good knowledge of any modern programming language. All participants should have VirtualBox installed on their laptop so they can do hands on exercises and fully benefit from the workshop.

Workshop: Microservices with Spring Cloud

Orkhan Gasimov
Software engineer, certified trainer and consultant
This course is prepared for people who have no previous experience with Spring Cloud. Our goal is to overview of the most important Spring Cloud features so that attendees get enough knowledge to start building their first Spring Cloud applications. We will start learning from architecture patterns, overview the Spring Cloud, discuss the role of transactions and will see how to implement such systems without transactions. During the session, you will also get answers to “why?” and “how?” questions concerning all topics discussed and even more. Spring Boot experience is desired but not required. Apache Maven will be used for exercises.