WATCH OUT FOR THE SPIDER, MAN!

LTS LOGEEK NIGHT

KRAKOW, JULY 20, 2017

What LoGeek Night is?

LoGeek Night is a HUGE opportunity to learn and network.  Experts share their knowledge with you via presentations and discussions in a relaxed atmosphere as hot pizza and cold beer are served.  All you have to do is OPEN your mind. Discover new horizons and opportunities as you network with experts and IT professionals.


Location:

Multikino Krakow

Dobrego Pasterza 128, 30-962 Kraków

When:

THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017

Agenda:

5:30 - 6:00 PM

Registration

6:00 - 6:05 PM

Welcome speech

6:05 - 6:50 PM

Michal Kordas LUXOFT Ambassador - Wildly fast feedback in the Java Wild WEST

6:50 - 7:00 PM

Break + Logeek Quiz

7:00 - 7:45 PM

Przemyslaw Pajak Spider’s Web author – How does technology change our lives

7:45 - 8:15 PM

Break + Logeek Quiz + beer/popcorn before the movie + networking

8:15 - 10:20 PM

Spider-Man: Homecoming

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Przemyslaw Pajak,
Przemyslaw Pajak

Przemyslaw Pajak, almost 40, founder and editor-in-chief of Spider’s Web - the biggest Polish tech blog read by almost 3 million people monthly. For over 10 years Pajak worked in the FMCG industry as marketing and PR manager. He used to be an academic and a professional coach. When in free time he plays basketball (although he doesn’t look like a basketball player)

During our short meeting, I will tell you about how technology changes our lives in a truly dramatical way. I will give you an example of myself - almost 40-year old guy - a blogger, if you please… - who thanks to tremendous technological changes earns his living now. I will also tell you why we still can’t find aliens and why it’s surely because we are facing the Big Filter that will wipe us all from the Universe. I’m joking! It’s actually about why we shouldn’t reject technology in our lives because if we do, live will reject us.

Przemyslaw Pajak

Przemyslaw Pajak, almost 40, founder and editor-in-chief of Spider’s Web - the biggest Polish tech blog read by almost 3 million people monthly. For over 10 years Pajak worked in the FMCG industry as marketing and PR manager. He used to be an academic and a professional coach. When in free time he plays basketball (although he doesn’t look like a basketball player)

During our short meeting, I will tell you about how technology changes our lives in a truly dramatical way. I will give you an example of myself - almost 40-year old guy - a blogger, if you please… - who thanks to tremendous technological changes earns his living now. I will also tell you why we still can’t find aliens and why it’s surely because we are facing the Big Filter that will wipe us all from the Universe. I’m joking! It’s actually about why we shouldn’t reject technology in our lives because if we do, live will reject us.

Michal Kordas,
Michal Kordas

I'm a quality maniac with passion for Java, Groovy, JVM and fancy tools that automatically enforce quality and help test code in smart, fluent, and expressive ways.

I enjoy bringing feedback loops to the micro-level, and my main area of interest is agile testing.

For last 3 years I have been working in Luxoft as a fully cross-functional member of a strongly agile team as a "quality guardian" with a particular focus on well-written code, solid requirements, and efficient processes. I believe that being a truly good QA is not only about having testing-related skills. It's also about being software engineer with all the knowledge necessary to deliver production code of the highest possible quality.

Besides day work I’m also a contributor to the open-source tools related to Java code style and a Java and agile trainer in Luxoft training center.

Michal Kordas

I'm a quality maniac with passion for Java, Groovy, JVM and fancy tools that automatically enforce quality and help test code in smart, fluent, and expressive ways.

I enjoy bringing feedback loops to the micro-level, and my main area of interest is agile testing.

For last 3 years I have been working in Luxoft as a fully cross-functional member of a strongly agile team as a "quality guardian" with a particular focus on well-written code, solid requirements, and efficient processes. I believe that being a truly good QA is not only about having testing-related skills. It's also about being software engineer with all the knowledge necessary to deliver production code of the highest possible quality.

Besides day work I’m also a contributor to the open-source tools related to Java code style and a Java and agile trainer in Luxoft training center.

Previous speakers:

Andrzej  Krzysztyniak, Java developer
Andrzej Krzysztyniak

Java developer

Java developer with more than 5 years’ experience, for whom the bigger the challenge means more fun. Experienced with different business domains like aviation, banking, ITSM. Convinced that simpler means better. Believe in code refactoring and good tests.

Andrzej Krzysztyniak

Java developer

Java developer with more than 5 years’ experience, for whom the bigger the challenge means more fun. Experienced with different business domains like aviation, banking, ITSM. Convinced that simpler means better. Believe in code refactoring and good tests.
Ivan Koshelev,
Ivan Koshelev

Bio: Ivan is a seasoned software engineer most interested in novel approaches to development, breaking down complexity into SOLID parts and producing maintainable software for the enterprise. Active member of Luxoft  interviewing and .NET communities, he constantly looks for more ways to share his knowledge with others. Ivan is most interested in flexible architectures, development process support and automated application integrity checks. Presentation:  “Advanced queries in LINQ, IQueryable and Expression Trees with examples in Entity Framework 6”

Ivan Koshelev

Bio: Ivan is a seasoned software engineer most interested in novel approaches to development, breaking down complexity into SOLID parts and producing maintainable software for the enterprise. Active member of Luxoft  interviewing and .NET communities, he constantly looks for more ways to share his knowledge with others. Ivan is most interested in flexible architectures, development process support and automated application integrity checks. Presentation:  “Advanced queries in LINQ, IQueryable and Expression Trees with examples in Entity Framework 6”
Łukasz Pyrzyk,
Łukasz Pyrzyk

Presentation:  ".NET Core and Open Source in 2017" Analysis and look at the future after two years of open source .NET

Łukasz Pyrzyk

Presentation:  ".NET Core and Open Source in 2017" Analysis and look at the future after two years of open source .NET
Maya Dillon,
Maya Dillon

Dr. Maya Dillon is the Head of Data Science, Global Centers of Expertise at Luxoft (NYSE:  LXFT), a global technology consulting company focused on business transformation solution for Fortune 500 companies around the world.  In her role, Dr Dillon provides support for clients in the delivery of data science solutions across the various industry customers Luxoft serves ranging from Automotive and Travel to Finance and Healthcare.

Previously, Dr. Dillon worked as an Astrophysicist - studying the evolution of star systems that are thought to turn into Supernovae. Maya’s work was to analyse and model the behavior of these systems, in order to identify and classify them in a bid to understand the evolution of our universe. The objective of her work was to use newly acquired data in conjunction to historical data, to create more accurate predictive models of stellar evolution; fine-tuning and augmenting theoretical hypothesis with empirical evidence.  Maya’s work as an astrophysicist, has many parallels in data science. She supports clients in their endeavours to make sense of large, disparate data sources in order to extract real actionable insight. Her collaboration with customers involves supporting them to use those newfound scientific insights in order to create and nurture new innovative ideas and solutions. Helping businesses achieve their goal and deliver new and differentiated products to customers, driving competitive advantage.

Dr. Dillon is Council Member of the Tech UK’s ‘Cloud, Big Data and Analytics Council’, a member of the Tech London Advocates organization and a fellow at The Royal Astronomical Society.  She received her Doctorate degree in Astrophysics from the University of Warwick.  Dr Dillon lives in London and in her free time enjoys taking part in obstacle course races such as Tough Mudder and Spartan, Crossfit and running. She has a passion for writing fiction and painting, and on a clear night (UK weather permitting) she’s also an Astrophotographer."

Maya Dillon

Dr. Maya Dillon is the Head of Data Science, Global Centers of Expertise at Luxoft (NYSE:  LXFT), a global technology consulting company focused on business transformation solution for Fortune 500 companies around the world.  In her role, Dr Dillon provides support for clients in the delivery of data science solutions across the various industry customers Luxoft serves ranging from Automotive and Travel to Finance and Healthcare.

Previously, Dr. Dillon worked as an Astrophysicist - studying the evolution of star systems that are thought to turn into Supernovae. Maya’s work was to analyse and model the behavior of these systems, in order to identify and classify them in a bid to understand the evolution of our universe. The objective of her work was to use newly acquired data in conjunction to historical data, to create more accurate predictive models of stellar evolution; fine-tuning and augmenting theoretical hypothesis with empirical evidence.  Maya’s work as an astrophysicist, has many parallels in data science. She supports clients in their endeavours to make sense of large, disparate data sources in order to extract real actionable insight. Her collaboration with customers involves supporting them to use those newfound scientific insights in order to create and nurture new innovative ideas and solutions. Helping businesses achieve their goal and deliver new and differentiated products to customers, driving competitive advantage.

Dr. Dillon is Council Member of the Tech UK’s ‘Cloud, Big Data and Analytics Council’, a member of the Tech London Advocates organization and a fellow at The Royal Astronomical Society.  She received her Doctorate degree in Astrophysics from the University of Warwick.  Dr Dillon lives in London and in her free time enjoys taking part in obstacle course races such as Tough Mudder and Spartan, Crossfit and running. She has a passion for writing fiction and painting, and on a clear night (UK weather permitting) she’s also an Astrophotographer."

Richard Pilling,
Richard Pilling

Richard is a seasoned executive and leader, with experience across a broad range of technologies for enterprise systems. His focus is to enable his company's clients, with development and integration of strategies incorporating Big Data, Analytics and IoT solutions into the fabric of their IT systems. He draws from his experiences designing and implementing systems from the perspective of infrastructure, computing systems, and applications. Previous Roles Include: EMEA Big Data Director and Chief Architect at Intel, Principal Architect at Oracle/Sun, EMEA Steering Committee lead for Big Data at Oracle/Sun, Practice Lead & Principal UNIX Architect for Savvis, Infrastructure Architect for Virgin Media.

Expertise: IT, Enterprise Systems Architecture & Governance, Big Data, Distributed Computing, SaaS, Infrastructure, IoT.

Richard Pilling

Richard is a seasoned executive and leader, with experience across a broad range of technologies for enterprise systems. His focus is to enable his company's clients, with development and integration of strategies incorporating Big Data, Analytics and IoT solutions into the fabric of their IT systems. He draws from his experiences designing and implementing systems from the perspective of infrastructure, computing systems, and applications. Previous Roles Include: EMEA Big Data Director and Chief Architect at Intel, Principal Architect at Oracle/Sun, EMEA Steering Committee lead for Big Data at Oracle/Sun, Practice Lead & Principal UNIX Architect for Savvis, Infrastructure Architect for Virgin Media.

Expertise: IT, Enterprise Systems Architecture & Governance, Big Data, Distributed Computing, SaaS, Infrastructure, IoT.

Andrey Gordienkov,
Andrey Gordienkov

I’m a software developer with significant experience working in various areas, such as telecom, media and finance. With passion to programming, I do invest a lot of time to self-education and perfecting my skills. I am interested in object-oriented design, clean code, software testing theory and full stack of modern web 2.0 concepts and tools. Always open for the new technologies and information, I’m also willing to share my knowledge with people and to discuss interesting things.

Title: Transitive dependencies: they are not who we think they are

Presentation description: Transitive dependencies are underestimated from security, safety and reliability points. I'd like to show and share my vision how it should work and what ideas lays behind well-known package managers. What forces drove them before and now. What you should be aware about and what alternatives do we have. It’s not an easy topic for any programming eco-structure, but we’ll try to figure out how to live with package hell that comes to us after dll hell.

Andrey Gordienkov

I’m a software developer with significant experience working in various areas, such as telecom, media and finance. With passion to programming, I do invest a lot of time to self-education and perfecting my skills. I am interested in object-oriented design, clean code, software testing theory and full stack of modern web 2.0 concepts and tools. Always open for the new technologies and information, I’m also willing to share my knowledge with people and to discuss interesting things.

Title: Transitive dependencies: they are not who we think they are

Presentation description: Transitive dependencies are underestimated from security, safety and reliability points. I'd like to show and share my vision how it should work and what ideas lays behind well-known package managers. What forces drove them before and now. What you should be aware about and what alternatives do we have. It’s not an easy topic for any programming eco-structure, but we’ll try to figure out how to live with package hell that comes to us after dll hell.

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