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About the conference

DotNext 2020 Live is an online conference for .NET developers that took place on June 15-18, 2020.

The conference talks are devoted to:

  • the present and the future of .NET platform;
  • performance optimization;
  • .NET platform inner workings;
  • architecture and design patterns;
  • .NET challenging problems and best practices.
Organizers

DotNext 2020 Piter goes online-only

New dates: June 15 to June 18 The whole world is quarantined now, so the only way for us to move on is to go entirely online. Let us explain what remains the same for the conference and what is going to change.

What is left as it was

  • The program and the speakers. We still have dozens of talks delivered by the experts from all over the world.
  • Several tracks held in parallel.
  • Quizzes and contests from our partners.
  • Check-in lines (nonetheless, we do expect that developers will finally remove a distributed lock from our authorization service on Hazelcast).
  • Our team:
    • We've been organizing conferences for years and we have gained huge experience in live streaming.
    • Still, an entirely online conference is quite different from a regular offline conference streamed live (editor's note: things really get confused in here, so don't get caught up).
    • Therefore, we're currently going the extra mile here to prepare the event. It's all hands to the pump.

What is going to change

  • Mountain and Muhammad. It's not you heading to the conference this time, it's the conference that is coming to you.
  • Schedule. Hours of staring at the screen are just unbearable, so the program will be divided into several blocks lasting 4 to 5 hours. As a result, the conference will last 4 days.
  • Format of presentations
    • Some talks will be held in a classical way.
    • Others will be more conversational, just like a podcast or a talk show (Jimmy Fallon and Oprah Winfrey ain't got nothing on us).
  • Networking
    • There is no substitute to interaction with your colleagues and former classmates. We crave for it, too.
    • To be honest, it was the networking that made it extremely hard to transfer our events online.
    • Still, we're doing our best to create something more sophisticated than Telegram chats and Zoom rooms.
  • Processes
    • We had to start from scratch to run a new format, which means we are now buying new equipment, hiring the contractors and retraining our staff, speakers, and partners.
  • Price
    • Online conference is two times cheaper than its offline version.
    • A personal ticket will cost 150 EUR until the end of April, while a corporate one will be 300 EUR.
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I have an offline ticket to DotNext. What should I do?

You can replace your offline ticket to DotNext 2020 Piter with the following options:

  • a Full Pass for all of our 8 conferences this summer;
  • an offline ticket to any of our conferences scheduled for fall season;
  • a full refund; any other options of return and exchange: we'll try to match your needs.

If you have any questions left, feel free to contact us via support@dotnext.ru

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Conference features

  • Unlimited access to the recordings of talks
  • Livestream
  • Contests and talks from partners
  • Pause or rewind the recording at any moment
  • BOF sessions and discussion zones online
  • Interviews with experts and MCs

Speakers

Andrey Akinshin
MVP Reconnect member
Andrey Akinshin JetBrains
Andrey's favorite topics are performance and micro-optimizations, and he is the maintainer of BenchmarkDotNet (a powerful .NET library for benchmarking...

Andrey's favorite topics are performance and micro-optimizations, and he is the maintainer of BenchmarkDotNet (a powerful .NET library for benchmarking supported by the .NET Foundation). Andrey is a frequent speaker at various events for developers, and he is the program director of the DotNext conference. Andrey is also a PhD in computer science, a silver medalist of ACM ICPC. In his free time, he likes to study science (his primary research interests are mathematical biology and bifurcation theory). Previously, he worked as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Weizmann Institute of Science and as a research scientist in the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS.

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Scott Hanselman
Scott Hanselman Microsoft
Scott is a web developer who has been [blogging](https://hanselman.com) for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET...

Scott is a web developer who has been blogging for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon. Scott has three podcasts: for tech talk, on developers' lives and loves, and for pop culture and tech media. He's written a number of books and spoken in person to almost a half million developers worldwide.

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Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin
Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin Uncle Bob Consulting LLC
Mr. Martin has been a programmer since 1970. He is a co-founder of cleancoders.com, offering on-line video training for software developers. He...

Mr. Martin has been a programmer since 1970.

He is a co-founder of cleancoders.com, offering on-line video training for software developers.

He is the founder of Uncle Bob Consulting LLC, offering software consulting, training, and skill development services to major corporations worldwide. He served as the Master Craftsman at 8th Light inc, a Chicago based Software Consulting firm.

Mr. Martin has published dozens of articles in various trade journals, and is a regular speaker at international conferences and trade shows.

He is also the creator of the acclaimed educational Clean Code video series at cleancoders.com.

Mr. Martin has authored and edited many books.

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Jon Skeet
Jon Skeet Google
Jon has been a Microsoft MVP for more than 13 years, and is currently a software engineer at Google, London....

Jon has been a Microsoft MVP for more than 13 years, and is currently a software engineer at Google, London. He's the top contributor on Stack Overflow, the main contributor on the Noda Time library, and the author of C# in Depth.

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Jane Ryzhikova
Jane Ryzhikova
Jane was a developer of the product with 1.5 million active users in company Kontur. She pays attention to code...
Jane Ryzhikova

Jane was a developer of the product with 1.5 million active users in company Kontur. She pays attention to code quality and performance. Right now she rewrites the product's infrastructure to .NET Core. She is the founder of meetup EkbDotNet in Yekaterinburg. Jane teaches other developers not to be afraid of internships and product changes to find their dream team.

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Mei-Chin Tsai
Mei-Chin Tsai Microsoft
Mei-Chin Tsai is Principal Group Software Engineer Manager at Microsoft. Her team owns C#/VB compilers and .NET runtime (often referred...

Mei-Chin Tsai is Principal Group Software Engineer Manager at Microsoft. Her team owns C#/VB compilers and .NET runtime (often referred as CLR). Many of .NET innovation has been successful over her watch/supervision such as .NET native (a pure ahead of time compiler) and low allocation APIs (Span and Memory). She is passionate about making developers successful through languages and through a performing runtime. Mei-Chin is skilled in Test Automation, Mobile Applications, .NET, Java, Management, and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). Strong engineering professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) focused in Computer Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Kendra Havens
Kendra Havens Microsoft
Kendra Havens is a program manager at Microsoft on the .NET and Visual Studio team. Her focus is .NET productivity...

Kendra Havens is a program manager at Microsoft on the .NET and Visual Studio team. Her focus is .NET productivity and the testing experience in Visual Studio. You may recognize her from videos on .NET Core, VS Code, and Docker. In addition to an unruly enthusiasm for technology, Kendra loves reading and camping.

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Eric Sink
Eric Sink SourceGear
A software developer at SourceGear. Eric has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He...

A software developer at SourceGear. Eric has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He also founded the AbiWord project and was responsible for much of the original design and implementation. Prior to founding SourceGear, he was at Spyglass for around five years. Eric served there as Project Lead for the browser team. They built the original versions of the browser you now know as "Internet Explorer".

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Dylan Beattie
Dylan Beattie Ursatile Ltd
Dylan Beattie is a consultant, software developer and international keynote speaker. He’s the director of Ursatile, an independent consultancy based...

Dylan Beattie is a consultant, software developer and international keynote speaker. He’s the director of Ursatile, an independent consultancy based in London that specialises in helping organisations bridge the knowledge gap between software development and business strategy. Dylan has been building data-driven web applications since the 1990s; he’s managed teams, taught workshops, and worked on everything from tiny standalone websites to complex distributed systems. He’s a Microsoft MVP, and he regularly speaks at conferences and user groups all over the world.

Dylan is the creator of the Rockstar programming language, and he’s performed his software-themed parodies of classic rock songs all over the world as Dylan Beattie and the Linebreakers. He’s online at dylanbeattie.net and on Twitter as @dylanbeattie.

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Partners

We would not be able to hold DotNext on a regular basis without the tremendous support of our partners. Our conference is growing and evolving thanks to their efforts.

Gold partners

Information partners

If you want to become a partner of our conference, please contact us via email: partners@dotnext.ru.