May 17-18, 2018
Park Inn by Radisson Pulkovskaya
Pobedy Square 1, St. Petersburg

About Heisenbug Conference

Heisenbug 2018 Piter is a large technical conference that will take place in St. Petersburg on May 17-18, 2018.

The conference will bring together more than 500 professionals in the field of quality assurance. These professionals are testers, programmers developing tests for their code, engineers in automated and load testing, and team leads willing to improve testing efficiency in their projects. All speakers will talk about the most important, practical and hardcore things on software testing:

  • Test automation;
  • Load testing;
  • Performance testing, benchmarking;
  • Integration testing of modular / distributed systems;
  • Concurrency testing;
  • Mobile applications testing;
  • Manual testing;
  • UX, Security, A/B, static code analysis, code and product metrics, etc.;
  • Tools, environment for testing;
  • A comparison of tools for load testing;
  • Testing in GameDev.

We guarantee that there’ll be no Agile, Scrum and team management stuff.

Speakers

Michael Bolton
Michael Bolton
DevelopSense
Simon Stewart
Simon Stewart
The Selenium Project
Olga Megorskaya
Olga Megorskaya
Yandex
Niranjani Manoharan
Niranjani Manoharan
Pinterest
Ruslan Cheremin
Ruslan Cheremin
Deutsche Bank
Nikolai Abalov
Nikolai Abalov
Badoo
Adam Goucher
Adam Goucher
The Mobile Experience Company
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Schedule

Day 1

The program hasn't been finally approved yet, so there still might be some changes.
Legend: Introduction to technology Introduction to technology For practicing engineers For practicing engineers Hardcore. Really hard and demanding talk, you'll understand only if you're an experienced engineer. Hardcore
Time
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3

Day 2

Time
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
11:30
Break
13:00
Break
14:30
Lunch
16:15
Break
17:45
Break
19:15
Conference closing
Дискуссионные зоны

Discussion zone

Do you know the feeling when you raise your hand to ask a question and the track owner announces: “There’s time left for one question only”? Of course, he doesn’t pick you to ask that question. And then the speaker disappears behind the doors of the speaker room.

To make sure this situation never happens, we’re setting up dedicated discussion zones: special areas with a flip-chart for drawing, a couple of seats and an opportunity to pour a cup of coffee or two. The discussion zone opens right after the talk finishes. This is the place to chat with the speaker, ask questions about the talk or to get some advice on your projects.

Sponsors

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Program committee

Nikita Makarov
Nikita Makarov
Odnoklassniki
Experienced in outsourcing and product companies, was into built-in OS automatization based on Linux, complex VPN-solutions for business, software and...
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Nikita Makarov

Experienced in outsourcing and product companies, was into built-in OS automatization based on Linux, complex VPN-solutions for business, software and hardware complexes. Since January 2012, is a group lead of testing automatization at Odnoklassniki.
Andrey Satarin
Andrey Satarin
Amazon Web Services
Andrey is involved in testing at Amazon Web Services. Previously he has worked in various projects: testing distributed NewSQL database...
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Andrey is involved in testing at Amazon Web Services. Previously he has worked in various projects: testing distributed NewSQL database at Yandex, cloud antivirus detection system at Kaspersky Lab, online multiplayer game at Mail.ru, and foreign exchange pricing service at Deutsche Bank. Andrey is interested in testing large scale distributed and backend systems.
Vsevolod Brekelov
Vsevolod Brekelov
Grid Dynamics
Grid Dynamics...
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Vsevolod Brekelov

Grid Dynamics
Vladimir Sitnikov
Vladimir Sitnikov
Netcracker
System performance engineer at NetCracker. Looking forward to tuning Java and SQL things....
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System performance engineer at NetCracker. Looking forward to tuning Java and SQL things.
Mikhail Druzhinin
Mikhail Druzhinin
Dataart
Technical delivery manager and architect in DataArt. 10 year in IT Trainer on Java development and architecture in LuxoftTraining Center...
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Technical delivery manager and architect in DataArt. 10 year in IT Trainer on Java development and architecture in LuxoftTraining Center
Avenir Voronov
Avenir Voronov
Qasl
Technical Director of Qasl. Experience: Companies: HP, Luxoft, Deutsche bank, UBS and Motorola Roles: Senior Hardware Engineer, Lead Support Specialist ,Senior Java...
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Avenir Voronov

Technical Director of Qasl. Experience: Companies: HP, Luxoft, Deutsche bank, UBS and Motorola Roles: Senior Hardware Engineer, Lead Support Specialist ,Senior Java Developer, Leadership coach, Technical Director.
Mikhail Chumakov
Mikhail Chumakov
TechOps
During the last 10 years Mikhail has been providing quality assurance for computer games, backend, frontend, mobile apps in huge...
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Mikhail Chumakov

During the last 10 years Mikhail has been providing quality assurance for computer games, backend, frontend, mobile apps in huge corporates and small start-ups. He has gathered teams, automated software testing, mentored colleagues. Mikhail loves parties and wtf, nobody is going to read this.
Roman Poborchy
Roman Poborchy
Independent consultant
In 1997-2004, Roman worked in Sun's JDK, in 2004-2008 he moved to Intel where he also worked on Java-related projects....
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Roman Poborchy

In 1997-2004, Roman worked in Sun's JDK, in 2004-2008 he moved to Intel where he also worked on Java-related projects. After that he spent 6 years at Yandex, where he gained most of the experience relevant to this talk. Since 2015, Roman changed his professional domain and now trains speakers on technical conferences and generally coaches people willing to make better presentations.
Maxim Shulga
Maxim Shulga
SEMrush
An amateur manager, a developer by profession, an automation engineer by calling, a forced QA engineer. I toughened up helping to...
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An amateur manager, a developer by profession, an automation engineer by calling, a forced QA engineer. I toughened up helping to teach cadets in the St. Petersburg Military Academy of Signal Troops. After a short freelance period, I settled down at Quest Software, where I was was involved in migrating all and everything (Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, AD). For the last 6 years I've worked as the head of the development and QA department in the Kod Besopastnosti (Security Code) company, ensuring security for virtual infrastructures.