Wuzzup, we invite you to our summer edition of #pivorak - 18 of August, Lviv in the great company of a 4 speakers!
DATE: Friday, 18.08
REGISTRATION: on our sweet website! https://pivorak.com
Please, make sure you apply for the event to get in!
18:00 - check in and snacks:)
18:30 - 18:50 - Ivan Goncharov - “W.T.F. is GraphQL?”
18:50 - 19:00 - short break
19:00 - 19:20 - Dmytro Bihnyak - "Chatbots for everyday life"
19:20 - 19:30 - short break
19:30 - 20:10 - Microservices: A cure for wellness by Eugene Pirogov
20:10 - 20:20 - short break
20:20 - 20:35 - Computer Vision by Serge Tyatin
20:35 - …. - afterparty!
#1 TOPIC: W.T.F. is GraphQL?
So what's the "GraphQL" everybody is talking about?
Come to this talk to find out what GraphQL is and how it is different from the rest (no pun intended)
About the speaker:
Ivan Goncharov has been working on API tooling under APIs.guru brand for the last three years. Together with his colleague they recently entered GraphQL world with tools like GraphQL Voyager and GraphQL Faker and are working on a few more at the moment. Dreaming about “intelligent” API clients.
#2 TOPIC: Chatbots for everyday life
You'll know how to develop chatbots, listen to Dmytro's own experience and be inspired to create your own one!
#3 TOPIC: Microservices: A cure for wellness
What is it about?
Ukraine is actively moving towards digitizing it's government services: igov.org.ua, prozorro.gov.ua and personal ID cards storing digital information are only a few examples. One such example is EHealth, a recent initiative to digitize Ukrainian medical services, which is currently a bit of a mess.
In 2017 I got lucky to be part of the team who makes EHealth a reality. The work is still ongoing, but we've already learned a lot of bitter lessons. The talk will be focused solely on technical side of things, particularly and most notably: the usage of microservices. I will explain the stack we're using, particularly the usage of Elixir, Docker and Kubernetes. I will go into details regarding many aspects of the development process that were found problematic when working on microservice architecture, and show how we resolve or get around the problems. As an added bonus – all of our work is open-sourced! Everyone can take a look at what we’re making, and even take part in the development!
#4 TOPIC: Сomputer vision by Serge Tyatin