Lviv was in the top 10 destinations to visit in the world, last year. The Rough
Guide says. Also picked
by Reuters as #1 destination in Europe, in 2013.
Full day of world class talks
Carefully selected topics, hot talks and more.
Come to learn from great speakers and attendants.
Learn about JDay
JDay is the annual software engineering conference, held in
In 2015 ~300 participants took part in the event.
In 2015, we brought speakers from Poland, Israel,
the UK, Turkey and of course, Ukraine.
We provide friendly atmosphere and time to share knowledge and
make new connections.
Topics for 2016
Cloud & infrastructures
Big data & high load
JDay Lviv will bring together best industry experts and professionals, to share the knowledge!
Are you an expert? Apply for a talk via our CFP form!
I am a software engineer (born in Athens, Greece) currently working and living in London ,
passionate with Java & Java Communities. Co founder and admin of the Java Hellenic User Group.
I have been awarded the titles of Java Champion (2007) and JBoss Champion (2015). I love enterprise
Java development, especially Java EE (and especially JBoss/ Wildfly), I am also interested on
software quality and efficient software team leading and management.
Passionate Judo athlete and occasional cyclist. I love blogging and sometimes I am pod-casting
during the weekends. I really like music, social media, the internet and IT in general. I want to
become galactic emperor....one day!!
Paul Stack is a London based infrastructure coder and has spoken at various events throughout the
world about his passion for continuous integration,
continuous delivery and good operational procedures and why they should be part of what developers
and system administrators do on a day to day basis.
He believes that reliably delivering software is more important as its development.
Paul’s passions are the DevOps and Continuous Delivery movements and how they help the entire
business and its customers.
Currently the Head of Backend Engineering at Wix, Kfir has seen some things during the 17 years in
Unfortunately for him, Kfir has not lost his passion for hands on development, even though it
usually collides with his
day to day job of architecting and managing 70 developers. His past includes working in various
and it seems that the past continues to haunt him - while he is working today to bring Wix to the