Call For Papers Mobius

Welcome! How are you?

If you are reading this you are thinking about submitting an application for a talk. That's great!

We are interested in the following topics:

Under the hood

  • Innards of operating systems/ Operating systems under the hood
  • Structure of programming languages
  • Under the hood of libraries
  • New tricks of programming languages (Bleeding edge technology)
  • Integrations (hardware, payment systems, maps, etc)

Architecture

  • Architecture patterns and anti-patterns
  • Modularization
  • Refactoring / Legacy code maintenance
  • Interaction with the server (sockets/ video/ sound)

Product quality

  • Performance, optimization (CPU, Memory, Startup)
  • Security
  • UI / UX patterns
  • Profiling tools
  • Accessibility
  • Improvement User Conversation, A/B tests

Mobile development trends

  • Open source solutions
  • SPM
  • deep use of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile
  • Jetpack Compose
  • SwiftUI

Infrastructure

  • Build systems
  • CI/CD
  • Monorepo
  • Continuous testing
  • Trunk-Based Development

If you have a cool idea on a topic that is not on the list we will be happy to consider your application anyway!

Submission process

Each submitted talk will be examined by at least three reviewers from the Program Committee.

Program committee

Andrey Zaitsev
Andrey Zaitsev Cardsmobile
Android developer. Dagger guru. Android Academy Msk 2019 speaker....
Andrey Zaitsev

Android developer. Dagger guru. Android Academy Msk 2019 speaker.

Kirill Klebanov
Kirill Klebanov Agro.Сlub
Kirill has been working in mobile development for quite a long time, having tried Windows Mobile, Android, Windows Phone, and...

Kirill has been working in mobile development for quite a long time, having tried Windows Mobile, Android, Windows Phone, and iOS. In the end, iOS won his heart once and for all. Kirill played his part in development of the top-rated applications of Russian App Store.

Monica Kobaliia
Monica Kobaliia JUG Ru Group
Program coordinator....
Monica Kobaliia

Program coordinator.

Alexander Shalamov
Alexander Shalamov Zenia
Alexander stumbled into IT back in high school by creating servers for Ragnarok Online. He wrote scripts for NPCs, rebuilt...
Alexander Shalamov

Alexander stumbled into IT back in high school by creating servers for Ragnarok Online. He wrote scripts for NPCs, rebuilt server engines, ran small projects. Then he switched to C++ and Qt, building software for spacecraft motion visualization. After graduation from the university, he tried himself in a startup, wrote on PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS. When the startup gloriously imploded, Alexander took up iOS development. Since then he has worked in the Ministry of Education and Sberbank, then has worked in EPAM. Recently he started coding for macOS. In his free time, Alexander rides BMX, jumps on a trampoline, and misses his motorcycle. Academically he is slowly crawling towards ML, reviving high school math along the way.

Alexander Yurkovsky
Alexander Yurkovsky Yandex Taxi Technology
4 years in mobile development. Has been developing on Flutter for a year and a half. Currently works at Yandex...

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

Mikhail Emeljanov
Mikhail Emeljanov Cardsmobile
Mikhail is an Android developer since 2010 and worked on different projects, from multimedia to fintech. Mikhail is a snowboarder enjoying...

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.

Anton Smirnov
Anton Smirnov Cardsmobile
Android developer. Anton has been in mobile development since 2012....
Anton Smirnov

Android developer. Anton has been in mobile development since 2012.

Anna Zharkova
Anna Zharkova Usetech
Developer with over 7 years of commercial development experience. She is engaged in native iOS (Swift/Objective-С) and Android (Kotlin/Java), cross-platform...

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.

Oksana Miroshnichenko
Oksana Miroshnichenko JUG Ru Group
Program Coordinator of Mobius Conference....

Program Coordinator of Mobius Conference.

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

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

Yury Dubovoy
Yury Dubovoy
In mobile development since 2010. For several years he fought with C++ in game development, then switched to classic applied...

In mobile development since 2010. For several years he fought with C++ in game development, then switched to classic applied projects, where he developed marketplaces, instant messengers, publishing services, fintech solutions and much more. Now he makes a chess service, and also consults startups, helping them avoid numerous gotchas. His free time he spends with his family and dog, and at night in the carpentry shop, he develops a smart digital guitar.

Anton Davydov
Anton Davydov Cardsmobile
iOS developer at Cardsmobile in FinTech. Working on new products and technologies which have not been released yet. Lovely topics...

iOS developer at Cardsmobile in FinTech. Working on new products and technologies which have not been released yet. Lovely topics in programming — data synchronization, multithreading programming, Core Data, computer graphics, and UI/UX.

Eugene Saturov
Eugene Saturov Surf
Originally an Android developer, but a year ago switched his career to Flutter and never regretted it. He was inspired...

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.

Ilya Lunkin
Ilya Lunkin Square meter
Until November 2019 he was one of the iOS leads of the large Sberbank Online development team, but as they...
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.

Tatiana Ryabova
Tatiana Ryabova
At 17 Tatiana sold her soul to Yandex, but at 19 she successfully bought it out to study Rocket Science...
Tatiana Ryabova

At 17 Tatiana sold her soul to Yandex, but at 19 she successfully bought it out to study Rocket Science in the south of France. She likes Android development but occasionally looks at Flutter.

Selection process
We consider applications according to the following guidelines:
  • The topic's relevance: you are going to discuss things that participants of the conference find useful not only yesterday but today and in the future. In addition, the topic of your session corresponds to the theme of the conference, and the content matches the stated topic.
  • Your session dives deep into the details of the stated topic: there is no need to talk about yet another Hello World (unless you think it's a new, not widely known, but very promising technology).
  • Originality — there is technical novelty in your session; the content either hasn't been published before or presents a well-known topic / problem in a different light.
  • Practical applicability — the content is important from a practical point of view, you not only cover the existing problems / solutions, but also share your experience.
  • Speaker's expertise and publicity.

In order to submit your application, please, fill in the form below.

If you feel like you need help to prepare your session you can count on us: we can appoint a personal curator who will review your material and organize repetitions.

Usually, we contact applicants within a week after the submission. If that hasn't happened feel free to contact us via email program@mobiusconf.com.

Please don't forget to read the speaker's memo..

If you are representing a speaker, please fill the form using the speaker's contact information. You can leave your contacts in the field for the reply to the last question about a co-speaker.

Speaker

Session

Mobius 2021 Moscow conference will be held online.

We run broadcasts from our studio in Saint-Petersburg where we have a large production team and all the equipment. If you want, you can come to the studio and hold your session there.

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We want to make the conference interesting and fun so we are open to experimental session formats proposals. Don't hesitate to offer your ideas below!

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The title should be clear and reflect the essence of the session. Remember: brevity is the soul of wit.
Please share enough details to make the point clear. Describe technologies you will use, represented problems and solutions, and the audience takeaway.
The session must be focused on using a technology, not on its advertising.
What and in what order you will talk about, in bullets.

After several online conferences, we noticed that sessions with two or three speakers turn out to be more interesting for attendees. If you have someone to invite as a co-speaker, we recommend considering this option.

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