GDG DevFest Belarus is a community conference dedicated to web & mobile trends, as well as some other IT technologies.
The conference is organized by GDG Minsk with the support of community SPACE HUB
till November 16


@g33konaut, Switzerland

Developer Advocate, Webmaster Trends Analyst Team
@ShuregDenisovich, Russia

Senior Software Engineer
Senior Developer & Team Lead @


Frontend developer @ Epicmax
Martin is a developer advocate on the Webmaster Trends Analyst team at Google Switzerland. In this role, he helps developers and content creators to build great content on the web.

He is involved with the W3C as well as the global web and JavaScript developer community, working to keep the web open.
Aleksandr is a business logic and database specialist. He has been a professional developer for more than 10 years. Before he used to work with C++ and C#, but he has shifted to Java several years ago.

Aleksandr is also a founder of GDG Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
Martin Omander works for Google in Mountain View, California. His job in the Developer Relations team is to help developers build better software, and improve Google's Cloud Platform to make it even better for that purpose.

In his spare time he manages to sneak in some game programming. Before Google, Martin worked at string of startups in Silicon Valley as a software engineer.
Early adopter of Kotlin. After having used Kotlin on the server for few years he understood the benefit of it for multiplatform front development.

He started the data2viz project in the beginning of 2017.
Being in love with computers for his whole life, Victor joined his first company as a software engineer in 1998. Since then, he's been working in small companies and large enterprises, went from collaborating with hardware engineers to finances, from internal tools to online video streaming. Today Victor is a Senior Developer and a Team Lead at, a large online travel agency, where he is leading two teams helping data scientists to develop and productionize their machine learning products. In his spare time, Victor enjoys music performances, boxing and spending time with his wife and son.
Started as Laravel developer, then moved to vue.js. Claims coding to be both his hobby and job. Took roles of freelancer, developer and lead. Author of open source libraries.
Technical SEO 101 for JS developers
Web Apps are a great way to reach a large audience of users, but JavaScript can create challenges when it comes to SEO and discoverability of your content.
Let's fire the Flutter (RU)
Flutter is great cross-platform framework for getting up and running on multiple platforms quickly. But what if the functionality of the widgets is not enough?

How to call method from native code? How to work with REST API? And finally, how to integrate with powerful firebase SDK? Answers are here.
Building a startup's backend in 100 lines of code with Firebase
In this talk, we will follow the story of the fictional startup "In Jest", publishers of an app that tells jokes. At first, the developers at "In Jest" need to get a minimum viable product up and running in an hour.

As their business grows they will integrate with Google Sheets, databases, analytics systems, marketing systems and so on. We will see the 100 lines of backend code needed to make this happen, using straight-forward Javascript.
Building a dataviz multiplatform library with kotlin
Data2viz is an open source library for datavisualization. Developed in Kotlin, it targets various platforms: Android, JS and JavaFx are already live, iOs is the next step.

In this talk, we'll see the advantages of using Kotlin for a multiplatform project and for building a efficient API. We'll also present the difficulties faced during the development of the library and how we manage to overcome them.
Machine Learning @
I'm one of the persons behind a platform and a toolkit we've built at to put our machine learning products in production. In this talk I'm going to walk you through the product development cycle in to show how exactly we use machine learning in our products. I will show you some of the models that we built, how we monitor the quality of our predictions and how this all works behind the scenes.
Vue.js advice kit
Yauheni will walk through slices of modern vue.js application, reviewing existing solutions, making preferences, then explaining the reason behind the choice. Yauheni will cover: ui frameworks and ecosystem, styles, testing, bundling, store and composition, api.
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Lera Zaitseva, Project Manager
[email protected]
+375 (29) 115-00-58
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DevFest is a community conference intended for networking and collaboration in the developer community.

We value the participation of each member of the community and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the conference.

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