Organizing the largest conferences and meetups for developers in Russia has been at the heart of our company for many years. Our main goal is the development of Russian IT engineers’ community. We achieve it by creating specialized venues to make experience exchange and networking for advanced developers more accessible and fruitful.
Therefore, only technical talks are included in our program which is formed in such a way as to gather and unite enthusiastic developers who are willing to share their experience and discuss solutions of challenging problems and projects.Read more at jugru.org
Vitaliy Aksenov currently is a researcher at ITMO University. His research focuses on practice and theory of concurrent data structures.
Before ITMO University, Vitaliy was a post-doc in IST Austria under the guidance of professor Dan Alistarh and received his PhD from Paris 7 Diderot and ITMO University under the guidance of professor Petr Kuznetsov.
Andrey is working as a Software Development Engineer at Amazon Aurora. In the past he has worked on: testing a distributed NewSQL database at Yandex, cloud antivirus detection at Kaspersky Lab, an online multiplayer game at Mail.ru, and a foreign exchange pricing service at Deutsche Bank. Andrey is interested in bulding large scale distributed databases and backend systems.
Vladimir has been working on performance and scalability of NetCracker platform (a software used by telecom operators for automatization of network management processes and network equipment) for ten years. His focus is Java and Oracle Database performance optimisations. Vladimir is an author of more than a dozen of performance improvements in the official PostgreSQL JDBC driver.
Producer @ JUG Ru Group, organizes the largest conferences for developers in Russia. In the last 6 years Alexey's team arranged more than 50 conferences. Alexey has a very different background: from Software Engineer @ Oracle (JCK, Java Platform Group) to DevRel @ Odnoklassiniki.
Alex is an Infrastructure Engineer, Apache Cassandra Committer, working on building data infrastructure and processing pipelines. He's interested in CS Theory, algorithms, Distributed Systems, understanding how things work and sharing it with others through blog posts, articles and conference talks.
Denis Rystsov is a staff engineer at Vectorized working on Redpanda, a Kafka-compatible distributed event streaming platform. His area of experience lays in distributed transactions, consensus algorithms, and testing consistency models. He likes to track academic computer science research and use it as leverage in the industry.
Denis volunteers as a member of the Hydra program committee and as a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Systems Research (JSys).
He received his MSc in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from SPbSU. Before joining Vectorized he worked at Yandex, Amazon, and Microsoft. Apart from coding/researching he likes surfing and exploring the waters of the PNW on a SUP.
Petr Kuznetsov is a Professor of Computer Science at Télécom Paris, Institut Polytechnique Paris, France. Before joining Télécom Paris, he has received his PhD from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), has worked at Max Planck Institute for Software Systems and Technical University of Berlin. His research interests concern theoretical and practical aspects of concurrency and fault-tolerant distributed computing.
Nikita is a researcher in the Kotlin team and has been getting a PhD in the field of concurrency. His primary research interests are, but not limited to, concurrent data structures and algorithms, their verification, and practically applicable code analysis. He is also a frequent speaker at JPoint and Joker conferences.