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Day 1. November 11

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17:00 - 17:15
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How Yandex "super app" was created
Artur Vasilov
Yandex
Ilya Bogin
Yandex
#experiments  #architecture  #refactoring 
18:30 - 18:45
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19:00 - 20:15
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Fun life in notification bar
Kirill Rozov
Replika.ai
#dsl  #notifications  #architecture 
19:00 Track 4
Absolute modularization
Stepan Goncharov
Lyft
#сustomplugins  #gradle  #kotlinscript 
20:15 - 20:30
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Day 2. November 12

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10:15 - 10:30
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10:30 - 10:45
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10:45 - 12:00
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(Rec) GDG Live: Declarative UI today
Anna Zharkova
Usetech
Svetlana Krivosheeva
Effective
Sergey Ryabov
Facebook
Anton Shilov
Badoo
#gdglive  #meetup  #framework 
10:45 Track 2
SwiftUI — live coding declarative UI
Anna Zharkova
Usetech
#swiftui  #challenge  #demo 
10:45 Track 3
Flutter — live coding declarative UI
Svetlana Krivosheeva
Effective
#flutter  #challenge  #demo 
10:45 Track 4
Jetpack Compose — live coding declarative UI
Anton Shilov
Badoo
#jetpackcompose  #challenge  #demo 
12:00 - 12:15
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12:30 - 13:45
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Panel discussion. Declarative UI live coding
Svetlana Krivosheeva
Effective
Anna Zharkova
Usetech
Anton Shilov
Badoo
#flutter  #jetpackcompose  #swiftui  #challenge 
13:45 - 14:00
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Day 3. November 13

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17:00 - 17:15
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18:30 - 19:00
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Panel discussion. 2021 modularization
Eugene Matsyuk
Kaspersky Lab
Stepan Goncharov
Lyft
Oleg Godovykh
Square
Sergey Boishtian
Avito
#gradle  #modularization  #architecture 
20:15 - 20:30
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Day 4. November 14

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10:30 - 10:45
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10:45 - 12:00
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Difficulties in developing a client for iOS cloud storage
Igor Vedeneev
AGIMA
#optimizations  #synchronization  #multithreading 
10:45 Track 3
12:30 - 13:45
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Legacy: Maintain or refactor
Sergey Mitrofanov
Sweatcoin
Vladimir Shutov
65apps
#best-practices  #refactoring 
12:30 Track 2
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Jetpack Compose for UI consistency in your applications
Anton Shilov
Badoo
#designsystem  #migration  #declarativeui 
13:45 - 14:00
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Alexander is experienced a lot in enterprise development, in IT for more than 15 years. He worked in the field of the nuclear industry, taxation, telecom. Recently, he specialized mainly in a microservice architecture, but now his main interest is Flutter. Aleksandr, Lead Software Engineer, Co-Head of Flutter Competency at EPAM Systems, Flutter and Dart GDE (Google Developer Expert), organizer of GDG Moscow community, host of podcasts Mobile People Talks and Flutter Dev Podcast.

Works as an engineer of the iOS Platform core team, Sberbank Online. 3 years in industrial development. Engaged in application optimization, infrastructure support (CI/CDP). Develops a new intermodular architecture, which will soon be implemented in the largest iOS project in the CIS. Deniz also teaches at the Sberbank development school. Before that, he was an iOS developer on the Notifications team. Deniz rewrote the legacy of VoIP notifications to Remote Notifications + Notification Service.

Ekaterina Bateeva

Works at MTS. For about seven years Ekaterina has been engaged in automation testing. For about four years she has been an engineer in the automation of mobile applications. She has also been an iOS developer for the last 1.5 years.

Developer with over 7 years of commercial development experience. She is engaged in native iOS (Swift/Objective-С) and Android (Kotlin/Java), cross-platform (KMP, Xamarin) development. Develops the architecture of mobile applications for both platforms, manages the direction team. Leads junior developers. Teacher for iOS Advanced 2.0 and iOS Basic courses at Otus. In her free time, Anna enjoys painting, studies Chinese and German.

Wrote his first iOS application in 2012. Since then, he has gone through a thorny path from an intern to the head of a large iOS development team. Developed Ultimate-Guitar, Yandex.Eda, Lamoda, and CardsMobile applications. Records podcasts and speaks at meetups about iOS development.

Anton worked at a startup Storia.me as a team lead for an Android application. Then he was the team lead of the Android part of Yandex.Avto project. Now in SberDevices, he is responsible for embedded Android applications.

Andrey graduated from SPbU "Mathematics and Mechanics" faculty. He was developing a graphical stack of JDK libraries (AWT/Swing/JavaFX) for few years in Sun and Oracle. Andrey supervised the development team in QuickOffice, was responsible for the functionality QuickPoint component, worked as a manager of load testing group in NetCracker.

Currently, Andrey is the production department lead at JUG Ru Group.

Android developer at Badoo. Worked in state-owned companies, in outsourcing, large and small companies. Interested in design systems and UI frameworks.

For 6 years of experience in commercial development, she went from site animations to complex cross-platforms and chose the powerful Flutter. Likes algorithms, predictability, and harmony.

4 years in mobile development. Has been developing on Flutter for a year and a half. Currently works at Meditivity startup. Before that, Alexander worked as an Android developer at Odnoklassniki for 2 years. An active member of the Flutter Community. Contributor to Flutter plugins Google Maps and Video Player. A contributor to the Flutter Dev Podcast.

Andrey has been developing Android applications since 2012. He's the author of the popular Transitions-Everywhere library. having settled in Google he transferred all results from this library to the official AndroidX Transitions library. Currently working on Jetpack Compose.

iOS developer at "Square meter". Before he participated in feature development and acceleration of the development processes of the Sberbank Online.

Developing on Android since 2016. Worked on Kaspersky Internet Security for Android, now he's developing an application for business at Revolut. Graduated from BMSTU. Android Academy MSK organizer.

Evgeny used to work on .NET, Microsoft stack for quite a long time. He worked at Quest Software, after that he moved to Dell to work on frontend. He worked his way from CoffeeScript + Angular 1.0 to Dart + Angular 2.0. Currently Evgeny works at Wrike, a high-load SaaS application with very rich client code. Wrike team uses Dart and Angular 2.0 and aspires to be up-to-date with all modern trends in the web world.

Originally an Android developer, but a year ago switched his career to Flutter and never regretted it. He was inspired to stay on the dark side of cross-platform technologies so much that he founded Flutter Dev Podcast (the only Russian podcast about Flutter). All the day painting widgets, moving slivers, filling scaffolds, and doing other things. Also, Evgeny is a member of the program committee of the largest mobile conference in Russia — Mobius and GDG Voronezh lead, active speaker.

Mobile lead at Replika.ai. Author of "Android Broadcast" Telegram channel and YouTube channel. Likes to share knowledge and make the life of developers simpler.

Vladimir Ivanov is a lead software engineer in EPAM and a Solution Architect. Accomplished Android developer, React Native expert, Certified Google Cloud Architect, mentor and speaker.

Artur works at Yandex on Yandex Android application. Likes to share the knowledge and stories about cool Yandex stuff. He's very sensitive about the quality of applications he develops.

Mikhail is an Android developer since 2010 and worked on different projects, from multimedia to fintech.

Mikhail is a snowboarder enjoying powder and high springboards. He also loves music and plays guitar.

Ilya Lunkin

Until November 2019 he was one of the iOS leads of the large Sberbank Online development team, but as they say, you can remove the developer from Sberbank but you can't remove Sberbank from the developer. At the moment he leads the mobile development of Square meter, fills out documents, writes letters, and misses code.

Aleksandr Sychev

Aleksandr has been engaged in mobile development for more than 9 years, 5 of them as a leader at RAMBLER & Co and Sber. Participated in the creation of Sberbank Online, Championship, Rambler/mail, Afisha applications, and others. Aleksandr's responsibility includes both development and people and team management. He is also a teacher at the Sberbank development school. He is studying under the MBA program.

Nikolay Nesterov

The technical lead of the SberBank Online platform team. 8 years in Android development. Automates everything.

Android developer and project lead in Redmadrobot. Petr is an Android developer since 2016: he started from bankrupted startups with HTTP requests from Activity to Clean Architecture and top mobile outsourcer in Russia.

Is of the opinion that every program engineer is a developer, yet not every developer is a program engineer. Writes code in such a way as not to feel ashamed later. Works hard to make his programs not only do their job, but also have clear logic that can be extended by other people. At Vyng company he made Android ringtones unique.

Pavel Borzikov

Pavel has been developing for Android since 2014, before Delivery Club he managed to work both in a starup and in a bank.

Georgy Gigauri

Georgy has been developing for Android since 2016. At Delivery club, he is improving the application regarding user experience. Managed to work in large media, investment companies, and startups.

Has been in commercial development for over 13 years. Andrey started with assembler and hardware development, then moved to development for Unix-systems and soon got acquainted with the wonderful world of the Apple ecosystem - he became a macOS developer. After two years of development for macOS, Andrey was lured into the position of iOS developer, when it became obvious that this platform was rapidly gaining popularity and has good growth prospects.

For 10 years of working with Apple platforms, he learned Objective-C well, and then Swift (Andrey started to deal with it since version 1.2). Since autumn 2019, he has been exclusively engaged in SwiftUI and all related technologies.

Aleksey Naberezhniy

Lead software engineer at Mobguards, develops and protects mobile applications. Interests: information security, design of high performance systems, analysis of algorithms, startups. github.com/inwady

Started his way as a backend developer and then fell in love with mobile development for its relevance, modernity and young community. For his first Android projects, which Sergey did as a freelancer in his spare time, he and his colleague wrote together the backend part as well. Worked as an Android developer at Tinkoff in the team of the application for legal entities. Now at Avito he is working on tools for mobile developers: tooling for tests, CI/CD and build speed optimization.

Oleg has been painting buttons and playing with fonts since 2010. Recently, he has been working on the product part in Square, helping to make the life of all Android developers of the company a little easier. He managed to see thousands of modules in Uber and Square mono repositories and learn to live with it.

After 10 years in mobile development, Stepan shifted his carrier to DevOps and Build Systems. Works on self-driving cars by day, in the free time, shares his experience with the community through talks and OSS projects.

Android developer since 2012. Software expert at Kaspersky Lab. Author of talks and articles, takes part in podcasts about architecture, tests, Dagger2, RxJava, Firebase, processes, and simply about life. Eugene organizes as well as participates in different activities: Kaspersky Android Night, Kaspersky Android Talks, Android Academy Moscow. He even has an architectural CookBook.

He makes legacy projects get up off their knees (same with himself at 5 AM).

Program Coordinator of Mobius Conference.

Got into Android development in 2013. Two years later he moved to Avito. Gradually more and more focused on platform tasks. Since 2018, he has been working on infrastructure: CI, assembly, testing tools.

Evgeny has been working as a mobile developer for almost 10 years.

He likes to make decent, reliable products that are useful to people and solve their problems.

He develops all the new projects on Swift and aims to use cutting-edge approaches and modern frameworks.

During his time as a mobile developer Evgenii was a part of dozen teams, worked as a freelancer, participated in creating of several startups, and launched projects for large companies.

Roman Golofaev

Мobile developer since 2011. A large number of applications, services and projects in bank. Currently his role is a Community lead.

Alexander Gazarov

There will be a small interview with Alexander Sosorev, Head of Mobile Development at Delivery Club. He will tell about writing a «good» legacy code, approaches that are used in working with technical debt, and how a product code can drive technical debt, and vice versa.

Alexandr Sosorev

Started his career as an Android developer in a small startup. Now Alexandr leads mobile development at Delivery Club: he is in charge of processes, development of mobile clients, building teams, etc. Once wrote «bad» legacy code but now exactly knows how to do everything perfectly.

Evgeny Trifonov

Writes about tech his whole life pretending he understands it. Tried Kotlin on Android before it was cool. Has a "Legend" badge on Habr (as if it means a thing). Unironically uses ChromeOS. Works remotely his whole life and has no idea how people manage to work in offices.

Lives in London, has been developing Android for the last 8 years. He is partial to reactive programming, MVI, componentization and testing. Google Developer Expert by Kotlin.

Develops iOS Yandex.Maps, last year — Kotlin MPP. Before that — Objective-C, Swift, and C++. Developed firmware for embedded systems. Mikhail has been engaged in mobile development for 5 years.

Yaroslav Chernyshov

Yaroslav wrote his first "hello world" at 26. Graduate of the JetBrains corporative master's program at ITMO. Works in Kotlin Build Tools team with IDE project import and Cocoapods dependency manager integration.

Artem Katlenok

Before joining Sber in 2018, Artem managed to work on various projects: a couple of instant messengers, a cleaning application, online stores and a synthesizer. He worked on payment instruments in Sber, and now he is working on the SberBank Investor application.

Dmitry has been working at JetBrains since 2003 and managed to participate in the development of many projects, including IntelliJ IDEA, PyCharm, WebStorm and others. Now he is a Product Manager in the IntelliJ IDEA team.

Andrey Zaitsev

Android developer at CFT. Dagger guru. Android Academy Msk 2019 mentor.

Svetoslav Karasev

For a long time Svetoslav worked as a backend developer (.NET), after that he moved to cross-platform mobile development on Xamarin, and then he left for iOS, where he has been creating the coolest and most useful applications for the last 5 years.

Sergey Mitrofanov

Specializing in mobile apps development for more than 6 years. Took a part in 10+ different project development: from cargo taxi to video chats. Developed code for Android, React Native, Flutter, and iOS Passioned about app quality from UX aspects even for experimental features. Currently employed in SweatCo Ltd were he's working on the Sweatcoin app. The app is intended to empower users to walk more to make then healthier and the planet greener. Sergey's hobbies are gliding, surfing, and MTB.

Android lead at Dejavoo Systems Russia. Main directions: payment solutions for cash registers and payment terminals. In his free time, he likes to rummage through the AOSP source code. Migration from Linux to Android was a major challenge for Platon, he had to prove that it was a working idea. He had to get his hands on a book on C and C++, but code alone is not enough to understand the payments industry and how it works.

Leads mobile development at AGIMA, before that he was engaged in iOS and team leading since 2015. Now he's engaged in the creating of development courses, writes articles. Cares about the smoothness and speed of applications.

Vladimir Shutov

Has been developing mobile apps for 7 years. Vladimir got into the iOS by accident thanks to the Eduard Shalumov's YouTube channel and love for iOS.

He prioritizes complex projects and those that bring great benefit to people, for example, positive comments are still received on his first application. Vladimir has many hardcore projects under his belt, and each of them warms the soul.

Android developer at hh.ru in Moscow. Pavel has been working with Android since 2015 and is currently using his skills to support company's applications and developing internal automation tools. His interests include machine learning, mobile apps architecture and IntelliJ IDEA plugins development. Pavel participated in the Android Academy MSK as a mentor and lecturer.

Vadim Belotitsky

Graduated from the faculty of mechanics and mathematics of SPbU, but never became a mathematician. Went through .NET, Java Enterprise, Аndroid, and found himself in iOS development. Now he's an iOS team lead in the Yandex Go super app.

Alexander went from his own startups and "help a friend" projects to large corporations. Now he's building an iOS mobile application at ManyChat. Helps businesses communicate with clients.

Loves Swift, but sometimes cheats on it with Kotlin. Adores product metrics and features. Good code is minimalistic and solves user pain. Supporter of the OOP approach.

Alexey Rasskazov

Android engineer at HUMANS since 2020, developing a fintech application. Has an experience in functional and integration testing, worked as an automated testing engineer at Tinkoff.

Alexey has been developing mobile applications since 2016. He has worked in outsourcing, startups, and large companies. Now he's an Android Software Engineer in Revolut's core team.

He's a member of the Podlodka Droid Crew program committee and is fond of civil aviation.

Ilya Bogin

Ilya worked in Moscow Engineering Physics Institute for a long time as a senior lecturer and a researcher. He studied the image processing and analysis algorithms and participated in some startups in this field working on image and video codecs.

In 2013 Ilya started working for Yandex as an iOS developer in mobile Yandex.Browser. Currently he is a head of development department of the mobile portal application and browser.

Flutter developer and team lead at Surf. Engaged in cross-platform development. In the past, a game developer with five years of experience. From time to time, he writes articles, tries to share interesting information with the community.