#MDC19
Moldova
Developer
Conference
2-3 november
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Moldova Developer Conference (#MDC19) 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
18
Speakers
48
Hours
3
Languages
Speakers
This talk explores the problems that arise from breaking compatibility with existing tools, how to prevent those breakages from happening, and what to look for as a software maintainer.
IT consultant at
Roave, LLC.
Marco Pivetta
Backwards Incompatible Tales
The two areas of computer forensics so far are only live and post-mortem forensics.
CEO & Founder at
Forensic Thinktank & FTT Forensic Discovery
Christian Bubenheim
Paradigm shift in computer forensics through preventive, human and social forensics. A human-oriented approach.
Main advantages of Angular. Why and when should you use it. Best practices and features you better know.
Frontend Developer at
FusionWorks
Grigore Meleca
Angular is fun! Or not?
Like youtube became the opportunity for many talented people became popular and made the whole new industry, opensource is a chance for developers from all over the world and especially from third world countries, improve their skills, improve web itself
GoLang developer at
Pentalog
Boris Popovschi
Make OpenSource, not war
Design is a discipline of action. You are responsible for what you put into the world. It has your name on it. Let's talk about World War II and Cambridge Analytica - cuz it's all about design!
Senior Visual Designer at
Endava
Cristian Plop
Design manifest: what’s wrong with design industry
Will present a core banking application infrastructure transformed for continuous integration and automated testing.
Application Practice Manager at
Stefanini
Damian Sîrbu
Pragmatic DevOps and Automation
During Startup Weekend the teams launch their products within 2 days, game developers create games within 24 hours on the Game Jam events. But when you start working on your personal or work projects — it might take months to finish.
Product Manager
Kirill Borzov
The Fantastic Power of Deadlines
Brief history of module systems on the web. ES modules overview. Bundling for browsers and Node.js. Polyfilling best practices.
Senior Software Developer at
Amdaris
Vasilii Cuhar
State of modules in browsers and Node.js
Every day in our routine work as android developer we are facing trivial problems, that should be solved in a speed of light, but reality is cruel, most of them will take all your time and you will never be confident in these solutions.
Android Developer at
Titanium.codes
Andrew Tomash
Nontrivial solutions for trivial problems in android development
What can be done with AI and what cannot, how to sell it to big companies and raise funds from US based Venture Firms.
CEO at
XOR
Nikolai Manolov
Making world class AI startup in Moldova
Share experience regarding the implementation of a complex product into a small company by using reduced forces.
Developer at
Foxcloud.net
Eugen Mikhailenko
Openstack: The Path to Cloud
I will tell about how one writes high performance code in .NET. I see backend and game developers as target audience, but any .NET developer will find something useful.
Senior Developer at
Mobiblocks
Serghei Zagaiciuc
Writing High-Performance C# code in .NET Core and .NET Framework
A search on our platform can be incredibly simple or very complex. In the simpler instances we allow users to search by the primary key — this is easy and involves only a simple query to the indexed MySQL database.
Team lead at
USA Link System
Andrei Cravciuc
Elasticsearch: A performance boost for your application
We would like to tell and explain some libraries (RedBeanPHP, ML) and introduce our library "NVG PHP". Also, we gonna explain realisation of blockchain.
Lead developer at
NVGroup
Alexandr Vopilov
PHP libs are really easy!
The overall presentation focuses on my journey to Go and what are the practical aspects of the language if you want to consider switching.
Go Developer at
Ellation
Ștefan Cîrlig
The way to Go
There was a lot of buzz near microfrontends lately. Microfrontends are like microservices for frontend, which share similar pros and cons with backend microservices. Let’s find out how we can benefit and apply this to a real-world project.
Front End Team Lead at
GoParrot
Vladislav Dobrea
With great microservices come great microfrontends
Enhance your product development life cycle with a bit of CI/CD by adding Automation(unit and UI tests) flavors and a bit of Docker + Kubernetes seasoning.
Senior Automation engineer at
Technosoft
Valeriu Coban
The power of Docker, Kubernetes, Automation and CI
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Workshops
CQRS and Event Sourcing are challenging if approached for the first time, and especially if done from scratch. This tutorial day will lead give you a basic understanding of what CQRS and ES are, including their complexities, advantages and pitfalls.
IT consultant at
Roave, LLC.
Marco Pivetta
CQRS und Event Sourcing - concepts, architecture and implementation
You're a lead developer for a hot new food delivery startup ( what a novel idea! ) The CEO is requesting you deliver the minimum viable product ( M.V.P. ) as soon as possible.
Principal Cloud Architect at
Pentalog
Catalin Dumitras
Delivering a Serverless React M.V.P. with A.I. functionality
What modern agile programming and lean management have to do with ancient rhetoric, Aristotelian dramaturgy, hermeneutics, group dynamics and Foucault's discourse analysis or: How to use old school tools to improve and re-design the own way of thinking.
CEO & Founder at
Forensic Thinktank & FTT Forensic Discovery GmbH
Christian Bubenheim
Which ancient knowledge, aged up to 2.500 years, is extremely useful for today's project management?
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Schedule/
day one
Day
2 november
09:00
Registration, Coffee
Imaginarium Hall
10:00
Opening speech and activities
Imaginarium Hall
10:20
Nontrivial solutions for trivial problems in android development
Andrew Tomash
With great microservices come great microfrontends
Vladislav Dobrea
The Fantastic Power of Deadlines
Kirill Borzov
Openstack: The Path to Cloud
Eugen Mikhailenko
Imaginarium Hall
12:50
Lunch
Cafe
13:30
Angular is fun! Or not?
Grigore Meleca
Backwards Incompatible Tales
Marco Pivetta
The power of Docker, Kubernetes, Automation and CI
Valeriu Coban
Imaginarium Hall
15:40
Coffee Break
Cafe
16:00
Make OpenSource, not war
Boris Popovschi
Design manifest: what’s wrong with design industry
Cristian Plop
Imaginarium Hall
17:10
End of Day1
Imaginarium Hall
19:00
VIP dinner with speakers
Cafe
Workshops/
day one
15:00
Delivering a Serverless React M.V.P. with A.I. functionality
Catalin Dumitras
Frontend Room
09:30
Registration, Coffee
Imaginarium Hall
10:00
Opening speech and activities
Imaginarium Hall
10:10
PHP libs are really easy!
Alexandr Vopilov
Paradigm shift in computer forensics through preventive, human and social forensics. A human-oriented approach.
Christian Bubenheim
State of modules in browsers and Node.js
Vasilii Cuhar
Pragmatic DevOps and Automation
Damian Sîrbu
Imaginarium Hall
12:50
Lunch
Cafe
13:30
Making world class AI startup in Moldova
Nikolai Manolov
Writing High-Performance C# code in .NET Core and .NET Framework
Serghei Zagaiciuc
Elasticsearch: A performance boost for your application
Andrei Cravciuc
The way to Go
Ștefan Cîrlig
Imaginarium Hall
16:00
Lottery, closing speech
Imaginarium Hall
16:20
End of Day2
Imaginarium Hall
18:00
After Party
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Workshops/day two
11:00
CQRS und Event Sourcing - concepts, architecture and implementation
Marco Pivetta
Frontend Room
12:10
Which ancient knowledge, aged up to 2.500 years, is extremely useful for today's project management?
Christian Bubenheim
Frontend Room
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, tons of beer and snacks will accompany you during the conference and afterparty. Live music, dancing and hot MC will make 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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FAQ
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 beforethe afterparty to get home and put something appropriate for dancing and drinking.

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Register
€40
Standard
Price till October, 1
€50
Advanced
workshops
Price till October, 1
€60
Geek
workshops
tech dinner
Price till October, 1
Event address:
9/11 Studentilor street
Chisinau, Moldova