Open Tech Week by Sigma Software
March 19 to 23 Sigma Software invites Kharkiv IT community to a series of charity events. In terms of Open Tech Week every night during five days, leading company experts and invited speakers will present their speeches on various topics.
We will be glad to see everybody in Sigma Software office at 1/3 Akademika Proskury Str., Telesens Business Centre. Participation cost – 100 UAH. You can pay after registering at the event page or at the entrance. All collected funds will be transferred to Future and Hope charity fund for summer vacations of orphans and children with disabilities. Come at 7 pm! We’ll starts with networking and dinner and proceed to speeches at 7:30 pm.
– Testing for FE, Nikita Galkin, HighLoad projects architect at GlobalLogic.
– Performance optimization in JS. Based on project experience, Alina Sinyavskaya and Telman Agababov, Front-End developers at Sigma Software.
March 20 – Java night
– Realtime data ingestion on Spark and Presto. The story about 2.5M events per second, Boris Trofimov, Solution Architect at Sigma Software.
– The second speaker to be announced.
March 21 – .NET night
– Integration with Azure Active Directory: obscurities and non-obviousnesses, Nikolay Mozgovoy, .NET Developer at Sigma Software.
– From pain to a guiding principle, Alexander Sugak, Software Architect at Sigma Software and a founder pf Kharkiv F# user group.
March 22 – Software Testing night
– Testing availability: why, how, and what to be ready for, Katya Shepeleva, Software Testing Lead at Epam Ukraine.
– A thorny path to good requirements, Taras Isichenko, Software Engineer at Sigma Software.
March 23 – Project Managers night
– How to make an accurate fixed bid estimate? Roman Seniv, ex-Head of Delivery Unit for Enterprise Clients at ELEKS, ex-Agile and Lean consultants at SoftServe.
– Decision making process. WRAP, Vlad Turevsky, Testing Department Manager, Deputy Delivery Director at Sigma Software.
To get discount or ticket, write a letter to firstname.lastname@example.org from the corporate mail. In the letter, be sure to include the name of the event and the name of your company.