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Tatiana Tyurina
Head of Business Development @ ООО RITG
Ulyanovsk
Aleksandr Shcherbina
CEO @ ITECH.group
Ulyanovsk
Nikolai Fetyukhin
CEO @ MST
Ulyanovsk
Daniil Bazhenov
CTO @ Simtech Development
Ulyanovsk
Aleksey Kolesnikov
Project Manager @ SimbirSoft
Ulyanovsk
Andrei Redkin
CEO @ ULNANOTECH
Ulyanovsk

The issue under discussion is how one can find him or herself in IT-field based on the background and advice of successful IT-business representatives.


Aleksandr Shcherbina
CEO @ ITECH.group
Ulyanovsk

Tatiana Tyurina
Head of Business Development @ ООО RITG
Ulyanovsk

We will deal with some IT fables, discuss ‘burning’ questions with participants and speakers in light format and talk about real life of IT people.


Svetlana Rusova
CEO @ Training Center "Bestrank"
St. Petersburg

I have been working with IT specialists for more than 10 years and often see a sad situation. A good specialist who works perfectly with the program code and other sign systems is promoted, for example, to become a team lead. At this point, he begins to manage other people and, unfortunately, very often does not cope with this task, which leads to stress for the specialist, ruined projects, lost money and broken careers.

At the same time, a quite high level of intelligence, as well as the ability to analyze information and draw conclusions allow IT professionals to develop the skill of effective leadership in case they have sufficient time.

To speed up the process of such training, I developed a clear algorithm that allows "standardizing" the management situation.

The essence of the algorithm is that we consider three components of effective leadership: the identity of the leader, the model of behavior, the assessment of the situation.

1. What personality characteristics are important for effective leadership: I will show the list of qualities, and tell how to assess these criteria for yourself and your employees.

2. Five role models in management: we will consider the behavior models, compile a list of personal qualities for each model, and compare it with personal characteristics.

3. Quick scoring of the situation: an algorithm for situation assessment and choosing an effective model of behavior.

After application of the algorithm, each specialist will have

- a list of qualities of a manager,

- an assessment of the availability and intensity of these qualities for each person;

- the optimal value of each quality for the selected behavior model.

In conclusion, I will use the algorithm to analyze three real examples of IT industry managers, two of whom are successful and effective, and the third, unfortunately, has not failed this task.


Aleksey Kolesnikov
Project Manager @ SimbirSoft
Ulyanovsk

Do you happen to know your fellow developer’s educational background? With ever increasing frequency, I have started to pay attention to the fact that there is a part of worth software developers who work in the specialty one has not trained in: one is a doctor by education, and the other one is a faculty of economics graduate or actually a person of a humanities bent. How come we are witnessing such a trend? And if one has a strong desire to become a developer,

- which steps he/she should take to retrain as an IT specialist;

- how to overcome one’s fear and anxiety, if not the public opinion;

- how to select a preferable work area among various IT areas: QA, mobile, software, web? What?!

These are the very issues in the focus of my report. Let us discuss!


Natalya Kornilova
Teacher @ USTU Lyceum
Ulyanovsk

- Point of view of the Maths teacher;

- Can a low-performing student become a programmer?

- What problems can arise in the near future when studying a school course of Mathematics.


Pavel Tarelkin
CEO @ Uplab
Cheboksary

To warm up the community. What is the relationship between summer courses on Internet jobs, regional digital cluster RAEС and IT-association of the Chuvash Republic.


Зачем городу нужны сообщества вообще и ИТ сообщество в частности

Что мы предпринимаем в рамках ассоциации SECON для развития сообществ

Проекты ассоциации

Каких успехов удалось достигнть

Какие вызовы стоят перед ассоциацией в будущем


Alexander Denisov
Lead Software Engineer @ Netcracker
Nizhny Novgorod

Ilya Valkin
CEO @ NPO ULSK.IT
Ulyanovsk

I will tell how we organized the first informal beach IT conference in Russia ULCAMP, what it turned out and how it gave life to ULSK.IT.


Dmitry Pavlov

Moscow

Consideration of new approaches to programming propaedeutics for 1-6 school grades, including classical training and project activities.


Elena Yamkina
Deputy ICT Director @ School N37
Ulyanovsk
Dmitry Nekrasov
Deputy ICT Director @ School N29
Ulyanovsk
Nikolay Prichalov
Teacher of Physics and Information Science @ School N1
Novospasskoye

In the modern world Professional Tryouts for school students, especially for teenagers, provide the opportunity to get acquainted with various professional activities and to assess their interests and capabilities. Participating in Tryouts (excursions, extracurricular lessons, diagnosis, involvement in practical activities, public events) students take more responsibly to prepare for their future careers. The task of the teacher is to model the basic elements of each activity and to analyze the job market trends.


Internet Society (https://www.internetsociety.org/) — международная профессиональная организация, занимающаяся развитием и обеспечением доступности сети Интернет. Организация насчитывает более 20 тысяч индивидуальных членов и более 100 организаций-членов в 180 странах мира. Общество Интернета предоставляет организационную основу для множества других консультативных и исследовательских групп, занимающихся развитием Интернета, включая IETF и IAB.

OpenStreetMap (https://www.openstreetmap.org/) — некоммерческий веб-картографический проект по созданию силами сообщества участников — пользователей Интернета подробной свободной и бесплатной географической карты мира.


Anatoly Kukaev
Executive Partner @ Weblime
Togliatti

FrontDays: how we made a cozy conference of frontend developers. Some history. Principles and approaches. Plans.


Vitaly Ulybin
CEO @ Russian IT Group
Ulyanovsk

Volga Association of Neurotechnologies: the origin of ideas and implemented prospectives.


Association and the IT-community of Penza. How SECON Association was established and what we do to develop the community.


Darya Abramova
CEO @ Codabra Digital Creativity School

Why do children need to learn programming starting from junior school. How to boost interest in

studies through project creation in playroom environment. Data from a survey of schoolchildren:

what kids are doing at their computers? Experience of Codabra Digital Creativity School as a

business and as a volunteer movement aimed at getting children involved in digital creativity

process nation-wide.


Daniil Bazhenov
CTO @ Simtech Development
Ulyanovsk

My success story and answers to the questions:


How to get into ‘IT flow’, pursue a professional career, become a leader, while retaining the ability to program and the skill to remain up to date;


How to be able to ‘sell’ yourself? The matter is that even those people who have excellent skills in IT sphere, sometimes do not know how to display them to their chief;


How to earn in IT: assessment of your capabilities and salary setting.



Evgeny Horohorin
Variety Worker @ Yukon
Saratov
Evgeny Horohorin
of Reports

    And what, we will have to speak? I'm ready to share our experience at the Round Table


    Maxim Volkov
    Dean of FMIAT @ ULSU
    Ulyanovsk
    • University applicants and Informatics: together or apart.
    • The first year in the University is the basis of knowledge of the IT specialist.
    • Higher education in close collaboration with IT companies.
    • What and how to teach: learning tools and technologies.
    • Active student is a future qualified specialist.
    • Practice-oriented approach as the key to a successful career.

    Oleg Vlasenko
    Deputy Director @ SimbirSoft
    Ulyanovsk

    I have been training IT professionals for almost 20 years by now. I used to train schoolchildren, college students, school leavers, university students, grown-ups and accomplished IT professionals. There have been many experiments with trainees. Some things worked, others obviously didn’t. At STACHKA 2017, I would like to share my experience and my view at internship arrangements for IT students. My report could be interesting to teachers and people from higher education community, my counterparts from IT companies, IT students and, perhaps, also to school teachers and coaches from creativity centers.


    Anna Lylova
    Head of the CS FIST @ USTU
    Ulyanovsk

    How to make a student interested and engage him into IT? The most important thing is how to keep his interest throughout the entire educational process from school to the university graduation? Can we be sure that he will continue his movement in the IT field after graduation? Together with you, we will try to understand these issues, to determine whether it is a myth or reality. The report is based on the experience of the Computer School of the Faculty of Information Systems and Technologies, in particular, and the whole department in general.


    Dmitry Lebed
    CEO @ Softdesign / SkillBranch
    Togliatti

    Our goal is to increase the number of proficient developers capable of finding credible solutions to address real-life problems.


    Anastasia Shlyndova
    CEO @ Inzhenerka
    Ulyanovsk

    In the end of the subsection “Training of IT professionals”, we will gather in a circle to discuss pressing problems, share opinions, get to know each other. We invite representatives of IT faculties of universities, employees of IT companies involved in training, and, of course, it will not do without teachers of computer science and not only computer science. Come in - let's talk!