A space for sharing energy and inspiration in IT-industry

Hello, dear friends!

The summer begins, which means our meeting at HighLoad++ Serbia is closer and closer. The tickets are available on the website. The current price of a ticket is 56,000 RSD. The closer the conference is, the more it will cost. 

Buy tickets to HighLoad++ Serbia

Currently, our Program Committee is working on the accepted talks along with the speakers and deliberating about the rest of the talks. The members of the Program Committee are people who care about the content of the conference. Their main goal is to answer the demands and challenges of the professional community and select stories about high-load development from experienced authors that could inspire and empower you for new accomplishments.

Exhibition as a space for sharing energy and inspiration

However, the conference is not just about presentations. It takes a special atmosphere and energy for knowledge to stay in your head for a long time and enter your mind easily. And we create this atmosphere together with our partners.

The exhibition at Ontiсo’s conferences is not just a row of cubicles with bored company employees standing around with a stack of flyers.

HighLoad++ International

There are excitement, raffles, and contests going on at our partners' stands. At the same time, the conference participants get a chance to learn more about the company, its products, and its workflow culture. We don't just sign a sponsorship contract. We work together with the teams of our partners to make it impossible to walk past the booth. You'll see that interacting with representatives of the company will be one of the brightest highlights of your conference experience.

Contact us and learn more about your options for a partnership.

Who is creating the program of HighLoad++ Serbia? Part 2

Now, let us continue to introduce you to those who make the program for the upcoming conference. You can already see the preliminary schedule and start making plans for July 4, 2023 ;)

Andrey Leskin

Andrey Leskin. CTO at Qrator Labs

Andrey loves to communicate, architect, integrate, debug, and, finally, launch everything and everywhere. In other words, he does his best to make things work perfectly and seamlessly. In Andrey's opinion, there is nothing better than a high-load project with a limited set of resources of any kind.

Vasiliy Pantyukhin. Architect at AWS

Before becoming CTO of a startup, worked as a cloud architect at Amazon. Brain-friendly whiteboarding evangelist. Passionate speaker at international conferences such as AWS re:Invent and Highload++.

Vasiliy Pantyukhin
Bruce Momjian

Bruce Momjian. Cofounder and chief member of PostgreSQL Global Development Group

Bruce Momjian is co-founder and core team member of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group, and has worked on PostgreSQL since 1996. He has been employed by EDB since 2006. Before his involvement with PostgreSQL, Bruce worked as a consultant, developing custom database applications for some of the world's largest law firms. As an academic, Bruce holds a Master's in Education, an honorary doctorate, was a high school computer science teacher, and lectures internationally.

Nick Shadrin. Software Architect at NGINX — F5

Nick Shadrin is a Software Architect for NGINX. Nick has over two decades of web application technology experience, including Product Management, Professional Services, Solution Architecture, and Engineering. He has presented at dozens of events all over the world, including HighLoad++ since 2008. His main interests are HTTP protocols, Linux distributions, and application servers.

Nick Shadrin

Nickolay Ihаlainen. Senior Technical Support Engineer at Percona

Nickolay is an open-source databases enthusiast. He spent the recent 11 years in Percona struggling with MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB problems as a DBA, Support Engineer, and Escalation. He has a great deal of experience in both systems administration and programming. His experience includes extensive hands-on work with a broad range of technologies. He is an expert in scalability, performance, and system reliability.

Ivan Panchenko. COO and Co-founder of Postgres Professional

Since 1996, Ivan has worked on developing high-performance business applications and started using PostgreSQL in 1998. He has led numerous content development projects for large technology companies and social networks. He has also helped develop an entertainment ticketing service, an internet portal, and other business and Web applications. Ivan graduated from the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Physics, in 1994. In 1997 he got his Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences.

Ivan Panchenko
Ivan Kruglov

Ivan Kruglov. Senior Staff Software Engineer at Databricks

Software engineer with experience in creating various software. His main interest is in high-performance distributed systems and their reliability, network programming, Linux, C/C++, and Go. In his spare time, he likes to poke around in open-source projects. Also, Ivan often tells about what he is working on at conferences.

Co-organizer of HighLoad++ Serbia — our partner Yandex. We would be delighted to see you at the conference once again.

See you soon!

See you at the conference!