Andrew Mayorov - Chair, Russia, Yaroslavl
Programmer, ideologue-architect, CEO. Several years worked in the academic field (BAT Centre YSU), then in the department of ACS at the large distribution company. Tired of the corporate everyday life, he has created a BYTE-force company, and has worked in it 13 years already.
At the moment specializes in web application development using .NET Framework platform. Together with colleagues develops proprietary engine, based on the original concept of a hierarchical organization of objects. Published several open source projects. In particular, ObjectXPathNavigator - a component for converting an object graph into XML «on the fly."
Was a speaker at SECR, CEE-SECR, SEF and ADD conferences. An active participant in Microsoft. NET User Group in Yaroslavl. The author of several articles on the architecture of the software in scientific collections.
Vladimir Itsykson, Russia, St. Petersburg
Assistant professor of computer systems and software technologies SPbSPU (Polytech). More than 15 years of teaching at the University of discipline related to the technology of computer networks and software development.
Participant and member of the program committee of many conferences on software development (SECR, PSSV). Co-chair of the St. Petersburg Workshop on Software Engineering (http://meyerseminar.org). Author of over 100 scientific publications.
Co-author of the only textbook in Russian on static analysis "Software Engineering. Ensuring the quality of software using static analysis methods. "
Head of scientific and project lab - Digitek Labs (http://digiteklabs.ru). This lab carries out investigations in the field of static analysis and creates tools for detecting bugs in source code.
Vadim Tses'ko, Russia, St. Petersburg
Graduated with honors and medal from the Faculty of Technical Cybernetics (FTC) of St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University in the direction of "Informatics and Computer Science". Received an MS degree of Engineering and Technology.
Since 2004, engaged in the development of distributed computer systems for digital data processing, as well as means of program verification. He is fond of functional programming.
At the moment he is working as a senior developer at Yandex and a lecturer at the Polytechnic University. Research interests include distributed systems, data storage, and formal verification of software systems.
Roman Bugaev, Minsk, Belarus
Distinguished Technical Architect for projects in cloud computing. Excellent public-speaker and acknowledged member of IT/Startup community.
I’ve participated in different events as a listener, speaker and organizer. It’s a good opportunity to meet new people and develop your skills. I’m one of Meetups, Devcamp organizers. Participate in .net/WP7/Silverlight User Group. Also I’m a member of the Belarusian Software Engineering Forum and Startup Weekend Belarus program committee. I like startup movement, so most of my free time I devote to some independent projects. I'm studying usability theory in my free time because I am interested in modern approaches connected with UI interfaces. Also I read a lot about software engineering and project management because this sphere of IT is my favorite topic. I treat books about software development as a valuable source of knowledge.
Oleksandr Krakovetskyi, Kiev, Ukraine
Manager at DevRain Solutions (software development for Windows Phone and Windows 8). Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft MVP, Telerik MVP, Ph.D. on Information Technologies, speaker, active member of the technical community, a columnist for Forbes.