Unfortunately, the Call for Papers for Mobius 2019 Moscow is already closed!
But you still can submit your talk. We’ll consider your application for the next conference, Mobius 2020 Piter, which takes place on 22-23 April in Saint-Petersburg.
Each submitted talk will be examined by at least three reviewers from the Program Committee.
Android developer since 2010, Mikhail worked on different projects, from multimedia to fintech.
Mikhail is a snowboarder enjoying powder and high springboards. He also loves music and plays guitar.
iOS performance engineer at Avito. He likes when users get results faster and beautiful.
An active member of Russian iOS community. Host of AppsCast podcast and cocoa_powder telegram channel. Mobius program committee member since 2018. Periodically make iOS development courses.
At the free time, he runs and plays on jembe.
Head of Mobile Development in Pandao, e-commerce project of Mail.Ru Group. C developer originally. Later cooked Objective-C for iOS 3+ and macOS 10.7+. For the past few years has been focused in mobile development management: Android, iOS, QA. Co-founder and author of digest.mbltdev.ru
He started working in mobile developing in 2013. In addition to iOS development, he was a Java backend developer. Now he's working as Senior iOS developer in Avito. In free time he's working on self projects in which he tries new technologies and frameworks.
Fan of mobile technologies, neat architecture and early access programs, Eugene has done a couple of projects with audience of hundreds of thousands of people. Currently he's the team leader of Labirint Android, the first team in Russia to implement Instant App; this team can boast having a 4,8 score app in Google Play.
Senior software engineer at EPAM, where except project work Anton is responsible for mobile community's growth in St. Pete and globally at company.
Peter started his developer way from web apps on Ruby on Rails. When Apple finally introduced Swift as alternative for mess of opening and closing brackets of different types (yes, this means Objective-C), Peter switched from cozy Ruby to strictly typed Swift. He enjoys working with UI, prefers to have less lines in Cartfile and implement features by himself. He loves AppCode. At off-work time he develops his own iOS project with backend on Rails, which has more than 6K rates in AppStore with average rate of 4.8.
Odnoklassniki Android application developer. Kirill graduated from St. Petersburg State University, where he studied computer vision and security. He's into Android development since his second year at university. He loves football, table tennis, roller blades, and snowboard.
Head of Mobile Development at Yandex.Transport. During his career Eugene had experience in science and back-end development on C# and Java. In the last few years he immersed himself deeply into mobile development, especially for Android. He is also one of hosts of the Podlodka Podcast.
Android developer at Jet.com, leading a team of 5 developers whose main focus is to build performant, scalable and cutting-edge Android projects. For the last few months Yuliya has been leading AR development. She is actively involved at C4Q — non-profit organization, which fosters the tech community in NY.
Vladimir Ivanov is now a lead software engineer in EPAM learning to become a Solution Architect. Accomplished Android developer, React Native expert, Certified Google Cloud Architect, mentor and speaker.
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.
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