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Highload fwdays '18

Highload fwdays '18

15.Sep.2018 - 15.Sep.2018
Mercure Congress Hall

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Highload fwdays'18 is a large-scale developer conference that gathers more than 600 participants for the second year in a row. It is dedicated to the development of high loaded technological projects in real-world conditions, as well as work with architecture and microservices, databases, Big Data etc. Among our speakers are experienced Ukrainian and international developers and experts. Each speaker goes through several stages of selection and rehearsals, thus the highest possible level of the program is guaranteed.

Highload fwdays'18 will be held in 4 tracks of talks, workshops section, and Speakers' Corner. Conference’s audience is developers of different levels, team leads, architects, CTOs and other technical specialists. The talks are provided in English, Ukrainian and Russian.

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TALK Make Your Data FABulous (10:40)
Philipp Krenn
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TALK Sports Betting evolution (10:40)
Konstantin Obraztsov, Betlab
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TALK Universal highload patterns on a specific example of a game server on Haskell (10:40)
Maksym Bezuglyi, Attracti S.a.r.l
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TALK How to process 80 million events per day and build relational graphs with Postgres (10:40)
Evgen Kostenko, SPS Commerce
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TALK Surviving Elasticsearch (11:50)
Vitaliy Kharytonskiy,
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TALK Automated Machine Learning: building a conveyor (11:50)
Mikhail Ovchinnikov, Badoo
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TALK DevOps in the Enterprise: what I have learned so far (11:50)
Jose Quaresma
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TALK Scaling tech processes and team (11:50)
Dmytro Voloshyn,
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TALK Архитектура вокруг поиска (12:40)
Andrew Aksyonoff, Sphinx Technologies
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TALK MySQL Query Optimization Best Practices and Indexing (12:40)
Alkin Tezuysal
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TALK Running Functions at the Edge (12:40)
Dmytro Lavrinenko, SoftServe
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TALK Data science from the trenches (12:40)
Vsevolod Solovyov, Prophy Science
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TALK Migrating Etsy infrastructure from On-premises to Google Cloud Platform (14:30)
Chris Bohn
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TALK Unsupervised Real-Time Stream-Based Novelty Detection Technique (14:30)
Anna Vergeles, Oracle, Nataliia Manakova, Oracle
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TALK PropTech product enhancement using ML (14:30)
Vladimir Kubytskyi, LUN | Flatfy
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TALK Dev(depression)ops (14:30)
Vsevolod Polyakov
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TALK Measuring performance variability of EC2 (15:20)
Henrik Ingo, MongoDB
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TALK Survivorship Fairy Tales or When 1% Matters (15:20)
Nikita Galkin, Independent Contractor
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TALK Building the perfect infrastructure with Kubernetes (15:20)
Dmytro Nemesh, Lalafo
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TALK Government bigdata for all (15:20)
Aleksey Ivankin, Opendatabot
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TALK Handling large amounts of traffic on the Edge (16:30)
Helen Tabunshchyk
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TALK To Build My Own Cloud with Blackjack… (16:30)
Sergey Dzyuban, SBTech
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TALK It Scales Until It Doesn’t (16:30)
Dmitry Tiagulskyi, Grammarly, Yaroslav Yermilov, Grammarly
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TALK Fear of Freedom - the pros and cons of building a system on open source (16:30)
Maksim Korzhenevsky,
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TALK Make it fast (17:20)
Alexander Solovyov, Kasta
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TALK From Legacy to High-Load: Evolution of web-application (17:20)
Yevgen Lysenko,
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Main stage
first track
7 sessions
Track A
second track
7 sessions
Track B
third track
6 sessions
Track C
fourth track
6 sessions

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