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Best speakers and papers

Best Research Papers

Bertrand Meyer Award for best Research paper was received by Mikhail Malevannyy, DSTU for Robust binding to syntactic elements in a changing code and Dmitry Schitinin, Yandex.Classifieds for Streaming matching of events.

Best talks (30 out of 120)

  1. Reliable Scrum: iterative development meets fixed deadlines
    Maxim Dorofeev, mnogosdelal.ru Average score: 4.94 out of 5, 36 votes
  2. Laws of creating IT commands and laws effects for IT projects
    Anton Semenchenko, DPI.Solutions Average score: 4.80 out of 5, 25 votes
  3. Quantified approach to productivity – cases & researches
    Evgeniya Smorodnikova, Welltory Inc Average score: 4.75 out of 5, 16 votes
  4. Human Factor 3D. How to choose a good approach to requirements development
    Grigoriy Pechenkin, Colvir Software Solutions Average score: 4.72 out of 5, 18 votes
  5. Using Discovery Kanban for Scrum team’s Backlog Management
    Aleksei Pimenov, ScrumTrek Average score: 4.70 out of 5, 20 votes
  6. “Госуслуги.Open”. Does government really need open source projects?
    Maxim Zaytsev, CodeInside Average score: 4.70 out of 5, 10 votes
  7. Who Needs Documentation Anyway?
    Ales Zivkovic, Innopolis University Average score: 4.63 out of 5, 30 votes
  8. Retrospective small cook book
    Alexander Selyaev, Deutsche Bank Technology Centre Average score: 4.61 out of 5, 23 votes
  9. Process and Case Management in software: from support As Is to Business Development
    Maxim Tsepkov, CUSTIS Average score: 4.60 out of 5, 20 votes
  10. Machine Learning Systems Lifecycle Practices
    Anatoly Levenchuk, TechInvestLab Average score: 4.59 out of 5, 27 votes
  11. DITA-based approach to requirements authoring
    Mikhail Ostrogorskiy, PhiloSoft Average score: 4.58 out of 5, 19 votes
  12. How to filter incoming features and wishes keeping in mind your users
    Nikita Efimov, New Cloud Technologies Average score: 4.55 out of 5, 11 votes
  13. In-Stream Processing blueprint: building cloud ready, enterprise grade reliable and scalable, 100% open source service
    Anton Ovchinnikov, Grid Dynamics Average score: 4.54 out of 5, 24 votes
  14. The developer is always right: how to conquer the galaxy
    Alex Troshin, FINAM Average score: 4.53 out of 5, 32 votes
  15. How not to crash and burn on Scrum’s fast track of advantages: Scrum team testing organization and optimization when working with public sector customers
    Alexandyr Kutsan, Reksoft Average score: 4.50 out of 5, 28 votes
  16. Analyst’s work peculiarity in Fraud Management and Revenue Assurance
    Sergey Bulatitskiy, Nyxale Average score: 4.50 out of 5, 10 votes
  17. Establishing the OKAY Internet Store Automated Testing Process
    Anastasiya Kugach, Reksoft Average score: 4.48 out of 5, 21 votes
  18. The “Next-Gen” is Now: How Big Data Technologies are Revolutionizing the Application Landscape
    Crystal Valentine, MapR Average score: 4.46 out of 5, 24 votes
  19. System Thinking
    Anatoly Levenchuk, TechInvestLab Average score: 4.43 out of 5, 28 votes
  20. Semantic – web – highload сontent-based recommendation system real-time Amazon Kinesis/Lucene
    Aleksandr Serbul, 1C-Bitrix Average score: 4.43 out of 5, 14 votes
  21. Using MIPS microprocessors for Internet of Things, computer vision and Telecommunications
    Yuri Panchul Average score: 4.43 out of 5, 14 votes
  22. Apache Storm from Hello World to implementation details
    Kirill Shirokov, Luxoft Average score: 4.41 out of 5, 17 votes
  23. Agile Transformation of MTS Corporate Culture
    Dmitry Lobasev, lobasev.ru Average score: 4.40 out of 5, 25 votes
  24. Help your neighbor, or How threads help each other
    Alexey Fyodorov, Odnoklassniki Average score: 4.38 out of 5, 26 votes
  25. Champions League. Scrum in non-product core team
    Maxim Bukovskiy, AdServer Average score: 4.38 out of 5, 13 votes
  26. Knowledge-intensive Startups
    Vyacheslav Nesterov, Dell Technologies; Nikolai Puntikov, First Line Software Average score: 4.37 out of 5, 19 votes
  27. Lean UX and Design Sprints: How to build market leading product, 5 days at a time
    Andrew Filev, Wrike Average score: 4.36 out of 5, 14 votes
  28. PTP support with FPGA. Fullstack (hardware/software) development
    Denis Gabidullin, STC Metrotek Average score: 4.36 out of 5, 14 votes
  29. The Myths and Legends of Java Stream API
    Zurab Beliy, Reksoft Average score: 4.33 out of 5, 21 votes
  30. Improving tests quality and automatic REST API documentation validation
    Ivan Perl, Oracle Average score: 4.33 out of 5, 15 votes

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Deutsche Bank Technology CentreJetBrainsSAPFirst Line Software

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Dell Technologies

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