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GoWayFest 2019

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GoWayFest 3.0 is the first of a kind event in Eastern Europe fully dedicated to Go.

On July 5, 2019 you'll see its 3rd edition. It will be interesting for both beginners and experienced gophers.

GoWayFest 3.0 is a one day & two tracks conference organised by SPACE Production together with the local Go community GoWayMinsk.

The main purpose of GoWayFest 3.0 is to sharpen developers’ skills in order to make it easier for them to uncover all new trends in development with Go. We are working to create fruitful network to discuss the most interesting cases.

We believe that diversity of speakers and topics will make our event better.

Minsk is a great place for both Western & Eastern gophers to meet one another – there's no visa policy (for up to 30 days travel for 80 countries)!

Selected speakers will get:

  • Invitation to a pre-party and after-party dinners with the leaders of Go community
  • Paid hotel for 2 nights (unless your company covers the expenses)
  • Booked plane tickets (unless your company covers the expenses)
  • Food at the conference
  • Visa invitation if needed (no visa is needed if you arrive for up to 30 days)

The audience – 200+ Go engineers (all levels, but mostly mid-senior developers).

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MobileOptimized is one of the oldest mobile development events in Belarus organized by SPACE in cooperation with technology communities: GDG Minsk & CocoaHeads Belarus.

Previous 9th MobileOptimized confrence took place in Minsk, Belarus. This year the conference goes online and will be held on November 6-7.

Each day will last for 4 hours - 4pm-8pm GMT+3 - with extended Q&A sessions and video breakout rooms for speakers and attendees

The main purpose of MO is to sharpen developers’ skills in order to make it easier for them to uncover all new trends in mobile development. We are working to create a fruitful network to discuss the most interesting cases in mobile development.

We would love to see relevant technical cutting edge topics with fresh and immersive content on Android/iOS development, mobile design and business. MO will also host its traditional keynote section to bring experts and their vision on the mobile industry.

  • Platform new features and frameworks
  • Best practices in development/testing process
  • Engineering management & soft skills
  • Engineering team process automation & tooling
  • Machine learning with mobile/nature-inspired techniques
  • Security and privacy
  • Performance aspects and common challenges
  • IoT and their applications

We believe that the diversity of speakers and topics will make our event better.

Videos of talks and photos from previous years: https://moconf.by/2019.

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JFuture is an annual international tech conference covering the latest updates & best practices in Java, JVM languages and cloud computing. At JFuture we also try to combine tech talks with presentations about science and art.

This year the conference goes online on October 23-24, the agenda will be spread over two days, 4 hours each (3pm-7pm GMT+3)

Check out the first speakers and talks on the website:

  • and even take a chance to uncover the best country for observing the northern lights using Java!

What to expect from the event except for a cool lineup and talks?

  • Get to know participants from all over the world

  • Find speakers easily in virtual speakers’ room

  • Chat with your fellow attendees or join a video room

  • Plan 1:1 meetings with speakers and attendees

  • Participate in random networking and make new friends

  • Take part in the activities from the partners on their virtual stands

Regular tickets are on sale till October 14. Get your ticket for 25 EUR.

Using the promo code tulula10 you'll get 10% off the ticket price.

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Videos from the conference (15):

Going Secure With Go, Natalie Pistunovich
Stop Saying "Just Use the Standard Library", Nathan Davies
Machine Learning with Go? Go!, Diana Ortega
Deploying Go Functions, Julien Bisconti
The Evolution of Golang at MessageBird, Marcel Gonzalez Corso
DevOps 💙 Go, Simon Aronsson