Moldova
Developer
Conference
#mdc22 5 NOV - 6 NOV Tekwill
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Moldova Developer Conference (#MDC22) is the biggest annual IT event for developers and other geeks in Moldova. We'll spend 2 days with stunning presentations, practical sessions and afterparty madness. You can follow us on Facebook to get the latest updates.

450
Participants
16
Speakers
36
Hours
3
Languages
Speakers
Vision, strategy, values. You will see those mentioned everywhere, in books, conferences, business education. What are they? Who needs them? And why do they matter? Join me and learn how to turn those three into your best tools for growth.
Senior Product Manager at
Google
Roman Arcea (NL)
3 things you thought are buzzwords that turn to be your best tools for growth
This session will touch on why we should approach design systems like gardening, instead of architecture.
Senior Staff Designer at
Shopify
Jose Torre (Portugal)
Design System's are flawed
More than 80% of data science projects fail. Why is this happening and where does the problem exactly lie? Investigating a real-life use case.
Data Product Manager at
Tech Women Ambassador 2021
Ana-Maria Brinza (MD)
How to ruin your Data Science project
Concept, environment infrastructure and deployment.
DevOps Lead at
CodeFactory
Tatiana Romanciuc (MD)
Feature branch.
When I was young I've heard the slogan about Java: "Write once, run everywhere". Have you heard since this time about Java applications which were written for tiny devices? Can we really do it nowadays? Spoiler - yep :)
Java Architect/Team Lead at
Coherent Solutions
Nikolai Ischenko (BY)
Java 17. Tiny, fast, free and laser: all in one box
The technological process does not stop in its development, if you look at the vulnerabilities that existed ten years ago and what vulnerabilities are present in the current period.
Head of QA at
EVO
Svyat Login (UA)
Wich vulnerabilities are the most critical in web aplications
TBCompleted
CTO at
Alvys
Leo Gorodinski (USA)
Building distributed systems for logistics
Talk would be about key features and concepts.
Staff engineer at
Capgemini engineering Ukraine (former Lohika)
Andrey Kolodnitskiy (UA)
Reactive Spring and project reactor
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Delivery lead at
Amdaris
Radu Tataru (MD)
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Within this presentation we shall discover the benefits that automation brings to system administration. How does automation make managing large environments easier,cheaper and more secure.
Security specialist at
Romsym Data
Andrei Balint (RO)
Automation--The future of system administration
Design Sprint is a well-known framework that allows teams to design and test almost any solution in five days, but don't be misleading by the word "design" here - it's for everyone!
Product Designer at
Pentalog
Sasha Pleshco (MD)
Design Sprint: How to bring different perspectives into the design process
CEO at
FusionWorks
Anton Perkin (MD)
Being a CEO sucks, but...
The 6 Fundamental Concepts of Systems Thinking for IT projects.
President at
ICT Assotiation of Moldova
Veaceslav Cunev (MD)
System thinking in IT projects.
A remotely configurable workflow engine that is executed on mobile devices and allows behavioral changes at runtime without publishing new versions of the application (covers Android/iOS)
Software Engineer at
Extole
Dan Iftodi (MD)
BPMN Workflow Engine on mobile devices and lifecycle management
This is a new approach in frontend development inspired from backend microservices which allow to speed up development process for large projects.
CTO at
Power IT
Sergiu Chilat (MD)
Micro Frontends - extending the microservice idea to frontend development
What is RPA in brief. Main players on RPA Market. RPA Weaknesses. RPA Successful Use Cases. RPA SaaS RPA Adoption Examples by big companies. Conclusion and QA
RPA Architect at
Orange Systems
Egor Sebarsov (MD)
RPA Adoption: it's a new trend or a new trap?
What do we do once we have a machine learning model trained and well performing?
ML/MLOps at
Consultant
Alex Burlacu (MD)
A fable about broken dreams and MLOps
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Technical Lead at
Stefanini
Ghenadie Usic (MD)
The Art of Immutable Architecture
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Schedule/
day one
Day
5 november
09:30
Registration, Coffee
Imaginarium
10:00
Opening speech and activities
Imaginarium
10:15
Being a CEO sucks, but...
Anton Perkin (MD)
Feature branch.
Tatiana Romanciuc (MD)
Java 17. Tiny, fast, free and laser: all in one box
Nikolai Ischenko (BY)
System thinking in IT projects.
Veaceslav Cunev (MD)
Design System's are flawed
Jose Torre (Portugal)
Imaginarium
12:45
Lunch
Imaginarium
13:45
Building distributed systems for logistics
Leo Gorodinski (USA)
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Radu Tataru (MD)
3 things you thought are buzzwords that turn to be your best tools for growth
Roman Arcea (NL)
Imaginarium
15:45
Coffee break
Imaginarium
16:15
BPMN Workflow Engine on mobile devices and lifecycle management
Dan Iftodi (MD)
How to ruin your Data Science project
Ana-Maria Brinza (MD)
Imaginarium
17:30
Closing speech & lottery
Imaginarium
19:00
Tech&Wine with speakers
WineGogh
Workshops/
day one
13:30
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09:30
Registration and coffee
Imaginarium
10:00
Open speech and activities
Imaginarium
10:15
Reactive Spring and project reactor
Andrey Kolodnitskiy (UA)
Wich vulnerabilities are the most critical in web aplications
Svyat Login (UA)
Automation--The future of system administration
Andrei Balint (RO)
RPA Adoption: it's a new trend or a new trap?
Egor Sebarsov (MD)
Imaginarium
12:45
Lunch
Imaginarium
13:45
The Art of Immutable Architecture
Ghenadie Usic (MD)
Design Sprint: How to bring different perspectives into the design process
Sasha Pleshco (MD)
Imaginarium
15:45
A fable about broken dreams and MLOps
Alex Burlacu (MD)
Micro Frontends - extending the microservice idea to frontend development
Sergiu Chilat (MD)
Lottery, closing speech
Imaginarium
16:00
End of day #2
Imaginarium
18:00
Afterparty
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Workshops/day two
11:00
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Reasons to attend
Information

We’ve summoned the best local and international speakers and selected the most exciting topics. Besides presentations you will also participate at productive workshops.

Entertainment

100 liters of coffee, 100 kilos of placintas, litres of wine and snacks will accompany you during the conference and afterparty. We'll make sure that you forget about everything except for the event.

Communication

You’ll find hundreds of other IT-guys to chat with, drink coffee and start new collaborations. Our schedule is planned for you to have time to get new friends and talk to existing ones. Or just chat over the phone in the corner - you decide.

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F.A.Q
How can I buy a ticket?
C’mon, you have the button in the upper menu. Just click it.
How to get to the venue?

The only thing you should say to the taxi driver is “Studentilor, 9/11, Tekwill” or indicate the point on the map. It’s very hard to advise you on public transport since its routes are in the process of constant changing.

What about parking?

If you go with your own car, just use Google Maps. Parking lots are available, please, follow the signs.

What should I bring with myself?

Yourself and your e-ticket. Do not print them - help save the trees. Also you may want to take some money for the evening activities.

What should I bring with myself?

No worries, the heating is on and we have the wardrobe for your clothes. Also you’ll have some time before the afterparty to get home and put something appropriate for the wine.

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Register
€20
Online
- stream + recordings
- afterparty (Sunday)
Price till October, 31st
€60
Standard
- presentations
- afterparty (Sunday)
Price till October, 31st
€70
Advanced
- presentations
- workshops
- afterparty (Sunday)
Price till October, 31st
€80
Geek
- presentations
- workshops
- Wine&Tech dinner (Saturday)
- afterparty (Sunday)
Price till October, 31st
Event address:
Chisinau, Moldova
9/11 Studentilor street
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