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Десятка лучших frontend-сообществ и каналов

Конференции Олега Бунина (Онтико) corporate blog JavaScript *Conferences Design

Что может быть ценнее новых идей и нового опыта? Только возможность обсудить их вместе с людьми, которые в теме. 

Мы решили сделать для вас подборку самых интересных frontend-сообществ и полезных каналов на YouTube для разработчиков JavaScript и веб-дизайнеров.

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Online Almighty

PVS-Studio corporate blog Conferences

2020 broke in brazenly and audaciously with its rights to our quiet and measured everyday life. It seems like the whole world has gone online, making life easier for millions of people including event managers. But not so fast...

In this article, I will tell you how our PVS-Studio team started its year in the field of business events, conferences, what experience we gained and what mistakes we want to protect our readers from. Whether you are a CEO, a hoster of business meetings, a developer, a teamlead, or etc, our experience will be useful to everyone in case you somehow relate to conferences.

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List of Top World Ruby's Conferences

Website development *Ruby *Ruby on Rails *Conferences

Ruby programmers around the world are participating in an increasing number of conferences where they gather to share reports on unfinished projects, discuss the future of Ruby, and welcome newcomers to the community. At such conferences, new ideas are born and a lot of inspiration comes for real masters of their craft. Let's take a look at the list of the main events of the Ruby community.

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Developing and deploying Python for secured environments with Kushal Das

Конференции Олега Бунина (Онтико) corporate blog Information Security *Python *Programming *Conferences
Here is the translated Russian version of this interview.

The company of speakers at Moscow Python Conf++ 2020 is great, and it's not a good luck but thorough Program Committee's work. But who cares about achievements, it's much more interesting what the speaker thinks about our own questions. Conferences suits good to find it out, get insider information or advice from an experienced developer. But I got an advantage of being in Program Committee so I already asked our speaker Kushal Das some questions.

A unique feature of Kushal's speeches is that he often unveils «secret» ways to break Python code and then shows how to write code so that the NSA can't hack it. At our conference Kushal will tell you how to safely develop and deploy Python code. Of course I asked him about security.

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Solutions to Bug-Finding Challenges Offered by the PVS-Studio Team at Conferences in 2018-2019

PVS-Studio corporate blog Programming *Conferences

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Hi! Though the 2019 conference season is not over yet, we'd like to talk about the bug-finding challenges we offered to visitors at our booth during the past conferences. Starting with the fall of 2019, we've been bringing a new set of challenges, so we can now reveal the solutions to the previous tasks of 2018 and the first half of 2019 – after all, many of them came from previously posted articles, and we had a link or QR code with information about the respective articles printed on our challenge leaflets.
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The big interview with Martin Kleppmann: “Figuring out the future of distributed data systems”

JUG Ru Group corporate blog Programming *Conferences Distributed systems *Interview


Dr. Martin Kleppmann is a researcher in distributed systems at the University of Cambridge, and the author of the highly acclaimed «Designing Data-Intensive Applications» (O'Reilly Media, 2017). 

Kevin Scott, CTO at Microsoft once said: «This book should be required reading for software engineers. Designing Data-Intensive Applications is a rare resource that connects theory and practice to help developers make smart decisions as they design and implement data infrastructure and systems.»

Martin’s main research interests include collaboration software, CRDTs, and formal verification of distributed algorithms. Previously he was a software engineer and an entrepreneur at several Internet companies including LinkedIn and Rapportive, where he worked on large-scale data infrastructure.

Vadim Tsesko (@incubos) is a lead software engineer at Odnoklassniki who works in Core Platform team. Vadim’s scientific and engineering interests include distributed systems, data warehouses and verification of software systems.

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  • Moving from business to academic research;
  • Discussion of «Designing Data-Intensive Applications»;
  • Common sense against artificial hype and aggressive marketing;
  • Pitfalls of CAP theorem and other industry mistakes;
  • Benefits of decentralization;
  • Blockchains, Dat, IPFS, Filecoin, WebRTC;
  • New CRDTs. Formal verification with Isabelle;
  • Event sourcing. Low level approach. XA transactions; 
  • Apache Kafka, PostgreSQL, Memcached, Redis, Elasticsearch;
  • How to apply all that tools to real life;
  • Expected target audience of Martin’s talks and the Hydra conference.

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Top 10 Chat, Audio & Video Calling API & SDK Providers for Enterprise Business

Instant Messaging *Conferences Social networks and communities
The Worlds Leading Real-time Messaging, Audio & Video Chat Solutions That Made Biggest Impact In 2019

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With the growing trend of digitalization, most enterprises have transformed their communication methodology from mainstream to digital. In order to keep up with competitors, companies regularly upgrade their services, specially the way they relay information to their customers as well as their employees. Today, seamless real-time networking plays a critical role in engaging with individuals and enterprises, and the best way to implement such a feat is onboarding a Real-Time Chat, Voice & Video Calling SDK/API providers.
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Congratulations Imagine Cup EMEA Regional Final Champions: Team Finderr from the United Kingdom! Russian team is third

Microsoft corporate blog Start-up development Conferences

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The Imagine Cup 2019 competition is well underway with our second Regional Final wrapping up in Amsterdam, the Netherlands this week. Team Finderr from the United Kingdom took home the first-place title and a spot in the World Championship for their app solution to find lost objects with a smartphone. Congratulations!

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The History of SXSW: How It All Started

vscextv corporate blog Community management *Start-up development Conferences History of IT
SXSW is a festival of culture and technology held every spring in Austin, Texas. It’s a global phenomenon, with hundreds of thousands attending the event every year and millions more following the media coverage. Even if you’ve never heard of it, you’ve certainly felt its influence on our culture.

But it wasn’t always that way.

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Submit to the Applied F# Challenge

Microsoft corporate blog Programming *Microsoft Azure Conferences F# *

This post was written by Lena Hall, a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft.


F# Software Foundation has recently announced their new initiative — Applied F# Challenge! We encourage you to participate and send your submissions about F# on Azure through the participation form.


Applied F# Challenge is a new initiative to encourage in-depth educational submissions to reveal more of the interesting, unique, and advanced applications of F#.

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Lua in Moscow 2019 conference

Mail.ru Group corporate blog Lua *Conferences


On the first Sunday of March, Mail.ru Group’s Moscow office will be hosting the third international Lua conference, Lua in Moscow 2019. The program features talks by Roberto Ierusalimschy and the leading experts in Lua and LuaJIT from Russia and other countries.

Lua is a unique programming language used not only in computer games, but also as an embedded language in such web-programming products as Redis, nginx, Tarantool, OpenResty. Lua is also used for big data analysis and scientific calculations. You can find Lua in many routers, printers and other devices.

You are welcome to join, even if you haven’t been writing in Lua so far. We bet the conference will give you unexpected insights!
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