IT Weekend Dnipro 2019: WEB UI, Business Analysis & Project Management

2019 Jun 02
Sholom-Aleikhema str, 4/26 «Menorah»
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Program

Program

Web UI Stream

BA & PM Stream

Web UI Stream

BA & PM Stream

10:00 11:00

Registration and Coffee Break

11:00 11:10

Official Conference Opening

11:10 11:55

Non-functional requirements

Language RUS

Maksym Shtyria

Application Architect, SoftServe

Maksym more than 7 years of experience. He likes to design and construct complex software systems. His primary profile is Front-end also he likes everything related to clouds and networking. more

Developing Product-Market Fit

Many people think product development is a complex, unpredictable process, unique for each case. Is there a structured way to deliver customer value, a proven repeatable path to success? Such strategic roadmap exists — we will explore two foundational concepts of product-market fit pyramid and customer development which will provide you with actionable plan for building a product that customers love.

Many people think product development is a complex, unpredictable process, unique for each case. Is there a structured way to deliver customer value, a proven repeatable path to success? Such strategic roadmap exists — we will explore two foundational concepts of product-market fit pyramid and customer development which will provide you with actionable plan for building a product that customers love.

Language UKR

Yuriy Gaiduchok

VP Business Competence and Services at Intellias and VP Professional Services at IIBA Ukraine

With 15 years in professional IT services and products, Yuriy Gaiduchok has diverse hands-on leadership experience in business analysis, product management, and business transformation. In addition to engaging directly with clients and products, he has developed portfolio of services, created products, built competence, and influenced business changes in several large companies having thousands of employees. Worked with distributed multi-layered teams, product development and outsourcing, US and EU clients. Holds MSc in Technology Management from LvBS and multiple certifications such as IIBA CBAP and Pragmatic Marketing. Awarded as the Best BA Professional 2017 by IT Awards Ukraine. Frequently shares knowledge at industry events internationally. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/uasdlc more

11:55 12:05

Break

12:05 12:50

jscpd: the story of the development of open source tool for developers

Language RUS

Andrei Kucherenko

Lead Software Development Engineer, EPAM

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My own canvas for a user story

Language RUS

Sergii Alekseev

D2, Head of digital innovations office

If you think that your user stories could be structured better then they are right now, then this topic is for you. The canvas will help you to define key points in the requirements gathering process so that the quality of the user stories which are produced by you will be improved. How to create one document for the customer and developer and prepare acceptance criteria for both of them without additional effort. I’ll be describing methods and approaches which are used to fill canvas by properly structured information. more

12:50 13:10

Сoffee Break

13:10 13:55

Case of one animation

Just a story of one simple animation, we'll be talking about options developers have to do animations, also some basic THREE.js, and how and why to use shaders in a browser. There is also a twist with pathfinding and signed distance field images, but that's already a spoiler!

Just a story of one simple animation, we'll be talking about options developers have to do animations, also some basic THREE.js, and how and why to use shaders in a browser. There is also a twist with pathfinding and signed distance field images, but that's already a spoiler!

Language RUS

Yurii Artiukh

Chief technology officer, Coderiver

Yurii is a former css-developer, now has a passion on WebGL and all kinds of moving things in a browser. more

What’s similar between in restaurant service and software development?

On an interview with Analyst I often ask a candidate to describe the process of ordering and serving a client in a restaurant. At the same time I am paying attention to how the candidate manages to describe process of collaboration with stakeholders: how the client is informed about the readiness of the dish, about changes or unplanned problems and so on. Most of these processes are somehow repeated in the IT world: how to work with the client, how to inform, how to find out the requirements, how to support in determining the goal and desiring result, how to report problems or changes, how to find a solution in conflict situations. And it is extremely important that the client be satisfied and come back to us with a new project. As well as restaurant owners want their place to be continued to visit and recommend, to get people come back for delicious food, beautiful decor and quality service.

On an interview with Analyst I often ask a candidate to describe the process of ordering and serving a client in a restaurant. At the same time I am paying attention to how the candidate manages to describe process of collaboration with stakeholders: how the client is informed about the readiness of the dish, about changes or unplanned problems and so on. Most of these processes are somehow repeated in the IT world: how to work with the client, how to inform, how to find out the requirements, how to support in determining the goal and desiring result, how to report problems or changes, how to find a solution in conflict situations. And it is extremely important that the client be satisfied and come back to us with a new project. As well as restaurant owners want their place to be continued to visit and recommend, to get people come back for delicious food, beautiful decor and quality service.

Language RUS

Natali Renska

Luxoft, Program manager

13 years of experience in IT 9 years of experience as Delivery \ Project \ Program manager PMP, ICP, ICP-PPM certified Other experience: 4+ years of experience as Delivery PM mentor 800+ hours in individual sessions as tutor 2 years of experience as trainer Speaker in PMDay (Lviv, Kyiv, Kharkiv), ITEM, ThinkStage, TestingStage, UP2IT more

13:55 14:45

Lunch

14:45 15:30

Common is the root of all good? Reuse in enterprise applications

The bigger the project, the more its parts have in common - code, components, algorithms, practices. But how to turn what's copied into what's reused? How should one build the platform for enterprise applications so that it becomes a foundation, not an anchor?

The bigger the project, the more its parts have in common - code, components, algorithms, practices. But how to turn what's copied into what's reused? How should one build the platform for enterprise applications so that it becomes a foundation, not an anchor?

Language RUS

Ihor Dovhyi

Architect, SoftServe

10+ years of experience developing web applications in different languages – Perl, PHP, Ruby, and (but of course!) JavaScript. An avid StackOverflow contributor (~1700 answers). One of few people who actually enjoys reading code. Тема: Common is the root of all good? Reuse in enterprise applications. more

Between empathy and rationality in search for value proposition

Language RUS

Maryna Vlasenko

Business Analyst, SoftServe, PhD

5+ years in Business Analysis (Healthcare, Finance, Travel), PhD in Economics, 10+ years of teaching experience, “Business Analysis Foundation” course trainer and coordinator (SoftServe, Dnipro location). A Business Analysis Practitioner, a Scientist, a National Taekwondo Poomsae Team Member, an Amateur Singer, a Mother and a Wife. more

15:40 16:25

Fast authentication implementation with Cognito and AWS Amplify

Language RUS

Kyrylo Vinogradov

Creative Director at Dopamine production, worked as VJ/DJ/motion graphic designer with Boombox, Svetlana Loboda, Gorchitza live project

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Engagement: Estimations

Every projects starts from an engagement. The client gets an offer for a solution that solves some needs. How to check whether the offer is good enough? How to get to the point when we are confident about what to do and how to do it? What is a real outcome of estimation process? You will be able to get familiar with all these topics and get step-by-step instructions how to become the most competitive player on a market!

Every projects starts from an engagement. The client gets an offer for a solution that solves some needs. How to check whether the offer is good enough? How to get to the point when we are confident about what to do and how to do it? What is a real outcome of estimation process? You will be able to get familiar with all these topics and get step-by-step instructions how to become the most competitive player on a market!

Language UKR

Denys Prylutskyi

PMO Director, SoftServe

Over 26 years of total experience in IT with a strong technical background, last 18 years dedicated to a project management. Successfully accomplished about 100 projects including multi-million programs for Fortune 500 companies. Active PM trainer, author of a “PM Excellence” course for advanced PMs, regular speaker on IT conferences. more

16:30 17:15

Build your own React Native with Python and Gtk

Alexey Zaslavsky

Front End Developer, WebbyLab

9 years of experience in IT, including 6 years in Web development more

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Yuriy Lozinsky

Delivery Manager, SoftServe

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17:30 18:30

404: Errors, failures and other #it

17:30

The five stages of BA->PM transition: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance

9 лет работы аналитиком и 9 лет лет работы менеджером при 13-летнем стаже, короткая, но очень поучительная история о совмещении, переходе из аналитика в менеджеры и дауншифтинге. Happy End прилагается)

9 лет работы аналитиком и 9 лет лет работы менеджером при 13-летнем стаже, короткая, но очень поучительная история о совмещении, переходе из аналитика в менеджеры и дауншифтинге. Happy End прилагается)

Natali Renska

Luxoft, Program manager

13 years of experience in IT 9 years of experience as Delivery \ Project \ Program manager PMP, ICP, ICP-PPM certified Other experience: 4+ years of experience as Delivery PM mentor 800+ hours in individual sessions as tutor 2 years of experience as trainer Speaker in PMDay (Lviv, Kyiv, Kharkiv), ITEM, ThinkStage, TestingStage, UP2IT more

Useful tips on how to screw your project up

Actually, it is not so difficult to screw your project up - there are plenty of opportunities for it. And what is more important, even if you know how to make everything right, it can still go wrong because of just a tiny little detail you may never think about. So, let’s talk about real-life cases of the mistakes made by one beginner Project Manager and discuss how to avoid them in the future.

Actually, it is not so difficult to screw your project up - there are plenty of opportunities for it. And what is more important, even if you know how to make everything right, it can still go wrong because of just a tiny little detail you may never think about. So, let’s talk about real-life cases of the mistakes made by one beginner Project Manager and discuss how to avoid them in the future.

Mariia Shvets

Functional Management Lead, Project management office, SoftServe

Mariia’s career journey in IT embraces 7+ years of experience, starting from the position of Developer, to Project Manager, and currently PMO team member. Active Agile and PM trainer and mentor. Co-organizer of Anonymous Agileholics in Dnipro. Certified Scrum Master, ICA-ICP. more

God bless the fuck-ups

An epic story of how a tech fuck-up became a present for a marketing team. Just take a litre of developer's blood, add a few kilos of pain, boil that. Wait for a while. And here it is! Your marketing team has an effective tool to increase the sales. Your developers want to kill themselves. You're perfect.

An epic story of how a tech fuck-up became a present for a marketing team. Just take a litre of developer's blood, add a few kilos of pain, boil that. Wait for a while. And here it is! Your marketing team has an effective tool to increase the sales. Your developers want to kill themselves. You're perfect.

Eduard Lobas

CEO, WebiNerds

Eduard has started his path as a software developer of web platforms. He quickly grew into manager and entrepreneur. Eduard thinks that technical background gives him 50% of his success as a leader, another 50% is understanding of the company’s strategy, issues in general management, corporate development, product development, and business operations. more

Things I'd say to myself 8 years younger when I started to be a Project Manager.

A brief walk through my mistakes from the beginning to now.

A brief walk through my mistakes from the beginning to now.

Ilya Kuznetsov

Project manager, Archer

11+ years in IT, 8 years Managing software development porjects, 2 failed companies. more

18:30 20:00

Afterparty and Prize Draw

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CEO, WebiNerds

Eduard Lobas

CEO, WebiNerds

Eduard Lobas

Eduard has started his path as a software developer of web platforms. He quickly grew into manager and entrepreneur. Eduard thinks that technical background gives him 50% of his success as a leader, another 50% is understanding of the company’s strategy, issues in general management, corporate development, product development, and business operations.

Project manager, Archer

Ilya Kuznetsov

Project manager, Archer

Ilya Kuznetsov

11+ years in IT, 8 years Managing software development porjects, 2 failed companies.

Functional Management Lead, Project management office, SoftServe

Mariia Shvets

Functional Management Lead, Project management office, SoftServe

Mariia Shvets

Mariia’s career journey in IT embraces 7+ years of experience, starting from the position of Developer, to Project Manager, and currently PMO team member. Active Agile and PM trainer and mentor. Co-organizer of Anonymous Agileholics in Dnipro. Certified Scrum Master, ICA-ICP.

PMO Director, SoftServe

Denys Prylutskyi

PMO Director, SoftServe

Denys Prylutskyi

Over 26 years of total experience in IT with a strong technical background, last 18 years dedicated to a project management. Successfully accomplished about 100 projects including multi-million programs for Fortune 500 companies. Active PM trainer, author of a “PM Excellence” course for advanced PMs, regular speaker on IT conferences.

Front End Developer, WebbyLab

Alexey Zaslavsky

Front End Developer, WebbyLab

Alexey Zaslavsky

9 years of experience in IT, including 6 years in Web development

VP Business Competence and Services at Intellias and VP Professional Services at IIBA Ukraine

Yuriy Gaiduchok

VP Business Competence and Services at Intellias and VP Professional Services at IIBA Ukraine

Yuriy Gaiduchok

With 15 years in professional IT services and products, Yuriy Gaiduchok has diverse hands-on leadership experience in business analysis, product management, and business transformation. In addition to engaging directly with clients and products, he has developed portfolio of services, created products, built competence, and influenced business changes in several large companies having thousands of employees. Worked with distributed multi-layered teams, product development and outsourcing, US and EU clients. Holds MSc in Technology Management from LvBS and multiple certifications such as IIBA CBAP and Pragmatic Marketing. Awarded as the Best BA Professional 2017 by IT Awards Ukraine. Frequently shares knowledge at industry events internationally. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/uasdlc

Architect, SoftServe

Ihor Dovhyi

Architect, SoftServe

Ihor Dovhyi

10+ years of experience developing web applications in different languages – Perl, PHP, Ruby, and (but of course!) JavaScript. An avid StackOverflow contributor (~1700 answers). One of few people who actually enjoys reading code. Тема: Common is the root of all good? Reuse in enterprise applications.

Luxoft, Program manager

Natali Renska

Luxoft, Program manager

Natali Renska

13 years of experience in IT 9 years of experience as Delivery \ Project \ Program manager PMP, ICP, ICP-PPM certified Other experience: 4+ years of experience as Delivery PM mentor 800+ hours in individual sessions as tutor 2 years of experience as trainer Speaker in PMDay (Lviv, Kyiv, Kharkiv), ITEM, ThinkStage, TestingStage, UP2IT

D2, Head of digital innovations office

Sergii Alekseev

D2, Head of digital innovations office

Sergii Alekseev

If you think that your user stories could be structured better then they are right now, then this topic is for you. The canvas will help you to define key points in the requirements gathering process so that the quality of the user stories which are produced by you will be improved. How to create one document for the customer and developer and prepare acceptance criteria for both of them without additional effort. I’ll be describing methods and approaches which are used to fill canvas by properly structured information.

Lead Software Development Engineer, EPAM

Andrei Kucherenko

Lead Software Development Engineer, EPAM

Andrei Kucherenko

Creative Director at Dopamine production, worked as VJ/DJ/motion graphic designer with Boombox, Svetlana Loboda, Gorchitza live project

Kyrylo Vinogradov

Creative Director at Dopamine production, worked as VJ/DJ/motion graphic designer with Boombox, Svetlana Loboda, Gorchitza live project

Kyrylo Vinogradov

Chief technology officer, Coderiver

Yurii Artiukh

Chief technology officer, Coderiver

Yurii Artiukh

Yurii is a former css-developer, now has a passion on WebGL and all kinds of moving things in a browser.

Business Analyst, SoftServe, PhD

Maryna Vlasenko

Business Analyst, SoftServe, PhD

Maryna Vlasenko

5+ years in Business Analysis (Healthcare, Finance, Travel), PhD in Economics, 10+ years of teaching experience, “Business Analysis Foundation” course trainer and coordinator (SoftServe, Dnipro location). A Business Analysis Practitioner, a Scientist, a National Taekwondo Poomsae Team Member, an Amateur Singer, a Mother and a Wife.

Delivery Manager, SoftServe

Yuriy Lozinsky

Delivery Manager, SoftServe

Yuriy Lozinsky

Application Architect, SoftServe

Maksym Shtyria

Application Architect, SoftServe

Maksym Shtyria

Maksym more than 7 years of experience. He likes to design and construct complex software systems. His primary profile is Front-end also he likes everything related to clouds and networking.

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