DotNext Conference

Russia, Saint-Petersburg, June 3, 2016

Park Inn by Radisson Pulkovskaya Hotel, Pobedy Square, 1

DotNext is an independent .NET-conference. June 3, 2016 in St. Petersburg will host the fifth conference.

We had Dino Esposito as a speaker, who is a well-known author of the book series on ASP.NET and the leading developers of JetBrains also.

At the upcoming conference, 20 speakers will make presentations about the present and future of .NET.

Engineering talks only, hardcore only!

Previous DotNext videos

Speakers

Dmitry Nesteruk

Dmitry Nesteruk

Andrey Akinshin

Andrey Akinshin

JetBrains

Sasha Goldshtein

Sasha Goldshtein

Sela Group

Dino Esposito

Dino Esposito

JetBrains

Mihail Sherbakov

Mihail Sherbakov

IntelliEgg

Mihail Samarin

Mihail Samarin

Futurice

Denis Tsvettsih

Denis Tsvettsih

AstroSoft

Vitaly Baum

Vitaly Baum

Independent Consultant

Dmitriy Garavskiy

Dmitriy Garavskiy

DevExpress

Sergey Shchegrikovich

Sergey Shchegrikovich

dotmailer

Dmitriy Ivanov

Dmitriy Ivanov

JetBrains

Kirill Skrygan

Kirill Skrygan

JetBrains

Maurice de Beijer

Maurice de Beijer

ABL - The Problem Solver

Igor Chevdar

Igor Chevdar

SKB Kontur

Romuald Zdebskiy

Romuald Zdebskiy

Microsoft

Roman Nevolin

Roman Nevolin

WaveAccess

Vladimir Koshelev

Vladimir Koshelev

ISP RAS

Dmitry Soshnikov

Dmitry Soshnikov

Microsoft

Andrei Terehov

Andrei Terehov

EPAM

Nikita Tcukanov

Nikita Tcukanov

Promarket

Sergey Shkredov

Sergey Shkredov

JetBrains

Program

Time Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
9:00 – 10:00 Registration + welcome coffee
10:00 – 10:20 Opening. Welcome speech from conference organizers (JUG.ru) and sponsors
10:20 – 11:00 How many lives does .NET have: thoughts on the fate of the beloved platform, Silverlight death, and suchlike
Dmitry Soshnikov
PDF
11:15 – 12:05 What is new in ASP.NET Core?
Maurice de Beijer
PDF
Beyond the dynamic prototyping
Dmitry Nesteruk
Rider — new .NET IDE cross-platform by JetBrains: What is it and how does it works?
Kirill Skrygan
PDF
Setting ReSharper for using it by a team
Sergey Shkredov
PDF
12:05 – 12:35 Coffee break
12:35 – 13:25 ASP.NET Core 1.0: Challenges and Opportunities
Dino Esposito
PDF
Talk about dynamic code generation, or “The Dark Side of IL”
Dmitry Gavarsky
PDF
Reactive multi-process interaction: JetBrains Rider Framework
Dmitry Ivanov
PDF
13:40 – 14:30 PerfView: Measure and Improve Your App's Performance For Free
Sasha Goldshtein
PDF
Code generation for optimization
Igor Chevdar
PDF
Game development on Microsoft platform: Technology overview
Romuald Zdebsky
PDF
14:30 – 15:20 Lunch
15:20 – 16:10 Let’s talk about arithmetics
Andrey Akinshin
PDF
Building fast and efficient SPA with ASP.NET Core
Andrey Terehov

Online
Not all the static analyzers are equally useful
Vladimir Koshelev
PDF
16:25 – 17:15 .NET Core: Performance Storm
Adam Sitnik
PDF
Docker is on duty of .NET development team
Nikita Tsukanov
PDF
How to tame reactive programming in XAML applications
Denis Tsvetsih
PDF
17:15 – 17:45 Coffee break
17:45 – 18:35 From zero to hero with running your ASP.NET Core 1 application in a Docker container
Maurice de Beijer
PDF
The C++ and CLR Memory Models
Sasha Goldshtein
PDF
The diagnosing of WCF
Igor Labutin
PDF
18:50 – 19:40 Practical examples of microservices' creation
Vitaly Baum
PDF
Machine learning on .NET platform
Roman Nevolin
PDF
ETW for .NET developers
Sergey Schegrikovich
PDF
19:45 – 20:00 Shutdown

F.A.Q.

— A couple of words on what’s it going to be?

Engineering talks only. Agile, Scrum, clouds, startups and smoothie are being kicked out in no time.

— What the talks are on about?

On what we love most: the technology. You won’t hear about agile methodologies, salary overviews and ’new business opportunities’. The list of speakers and more info are below. We picked the best ones and made a real effort to keep you entertained. Because we love it hardcore!

— It’s not the first DotNext conference, is it?

Exactly. We’ve tried out the format. As one of the previous DotNext participants said: «You serve double whiskey when others serve water».

— Why would I participate?

You’ll meet some 500 eccentric people as yourself, learn more about details of the.NET Framework internals, have a coffee with the guys from Jetbrains and DevExpress, who actually make development tools. Tell them what you think of their job! Talk to Microsoft evangelists about the latest things and innovations; Exchange the experience with developers from other companies.

Developers, developers, developers...
DEVELOPERS!

Program committee

Andrey Dmitriev

Program Director

Andrey Akinshin

Runtime Section

Dmitry Nesteruk

Tools Section

Sergey Shkredov

Tools Section

Mihail Sherbakov

Anatoly Kulakov

Contacts