Training – Applied Python Programming (IOT201) (June 17-18)

Python is a high-level programming language that is widely in use. Python code is readable, and its syntax ensures programmers write code that is well indented and clear. Python is supported on most platforms and is well suited for a wide variety of tasks – ranging from automating your daily platform tasks, to running as a standalone Web Server.
In this two day course, you will learn about the Python language, as well as explore the different types of projects that you can develop using it.

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Training – Applied Go Programming

Go (aka Golang) is one of the fastest growing programming languages. It is an open-source language released by Google in 2009. Go is a multi-purpose programming language specifically designed to build faster and scalable applications. In this course, you will:

  • Learn the core features of the Go programming language
  • Understand how concurrency works in Go
  • Learn how to create real-world applications using Go

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Training – Getting Started with Containers in Azure

Many applications are moving towards a container-based approach and with good reason: containers allow us to separate our applications’ environmental concerns from the application itself.

Instead of worrying about how to configure our application to run on different target environments, we can explicitly state those needs in code and have that environment automatically created for us!

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Training – Let’s Build an Automated CI/CD Pipeline with Azure DevOps

Continuous integration, continuous deployment, automated pipelines, oh my! There are so many crucial parts to a solid and scalable software development workflow that it can get overwhelming.

In this workshop, we’ll explore what it takes to create a development workflow that meets modern standards, complete with automated CI/CD pipelines, using Azure DevOps.

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Training – Deep Learning using TensorFlow and Keras (IOT305)

Deep Learning is a branch of machine learning that utilizes neural networks. But how does a neural network work, and how does deep learning solve machine learning problems? In this workshop, you will learn how to get started with deep learning using one of the most popular frameworks for implementing deep learning – TensorFlow. You will also use another API – Keras, which is built on top of TensorFlow, to make deep learning more user-friendly and easier.

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Training – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence using the Microsoft Cognitive Services and OpenCV (IOT208)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like humans. AI is all the rage these days. However, unless you have a PhD in AI, AI programming remains an elusive field to many developers. But this should not be the case. What most developers want is the ability to integrate AI capabilities into their applications, without knowing the nuts and bolts of how AI works.  The Microsoft Cognitive Services is a suite of AI services and APIs to help developers integrate AI capabilities into their applications without needing to build the AI services from scratch. Developers simply need to choose the relevant algorithms from the Cognitive Services for their needs and requirements. Using the various services, applications can:

  • Make smart recommendations
  • Perform speech translations
  • Use machine vision to recognise users and emotions

In addition, this course will also cover an introduction to OpenCV. Using OpenCV, you will learn how to detect faces in an image. You will also be able to trainer machine learning models to recognize faces.

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Training – Introduction to Machine Learning using Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio (IOT203)

In this 1-day workshop, you will be introduced to Machine Learning using the Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio. You will learn what is machine learning, and how it can be useful to your organization. You will also learn the various machine learning algorithms and work through some real-life examples. 

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Training – Introduction to Data Analytics using Python (IOT202)

Python is a high-level programming language that is widely in use today. Python code is highly readable, and its syntax ensures programmers write code that is properly-indented and clear. Python is supported on most platforms and is well suited for a wide variety of tasks – ranging from automating your daily platform tasks, to running as a standalone Web Server.
In this two-day workshop, you will venture into the world of Data Analytics! You will learn how you can use the various libraries and tools with Python to turn your data into your most valuable assets!

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Looking for a Team Mate – Project manager

Logos of all DevClub.lv events

We have been growing tremendously in last few years. So far we have been looking for new team mates between our volunteers and friends but right now it seems that we need your help as well to find one more Project Manager. If you have any friend in mind (no IT background is needed) please share this post and encourage to apply 🙂

About DevClub.lv

DevClub.lv is the biggest and most active Latvian IT community for people involved in software development. Since 2012 it is organising monthly meetups called DevClub.lv and 4 conferences – RigaDevDays.lv (700 attendees), FrontCon.lv (300 attendees), DevOpsUnicorns.com (300 attendees) and PaymentConf.com (200 attendees).

Event Manager

Plan, organize, direct and control IT event execution projects. 

Qualification:

  • Good Latvian and English languages (written and oral)
  • Good communication skills
  • Experience in project management
  • Interest to organise events for 100 to 1000 attendees
  • High sense of responsibility
  • Willingness to learn many new things
  • Problem solving oriented
  • Computer skills including Social networks, Email communication, Excel, Word.

Responsibilities:

  • Organize  monthly DevClub.lv meetups
    • Provide all needed information from speakers and sponsors for event announcement
    • Book event premises
    • Provide snacks and drinks for the event
    • Manage all involved people that everybody is on place in time and provide what is expected
  • Organize IT–related conferences (DevOps Unicorns, PaymentConf, FrontCon, RigaDevDays)
    • Make speakers happy
    • Make sponsors happy
    • Make attendees happy
    • Keep event suppliers accountable (venue, food, equipment etc.)
  • Manage the project budget to ensure no under spending or cost overruns.
  • Support the development of annual budget and strategic plan.
  • Develop, review, negotiate designated project resources and milestones.
  • Ensure timely submission and payment of invoices.

Benefits:

  • Full-time position
  • Paid vacation
  • Occasional business trips abroad
  • Flexible working hours and the possibility to work from home
  • Possibility to organize top events in Baltics
  • Networking opportunity with conference participants
  • Work in a small and friendly team
  • Salary 1000-2000 Eur Bruto

If you are interested in this position send your CV to info@devclub.lv .

Advertised position is vacant until September 9th.

Useful links to make up your mind about RigaDevDays 2019!

It’s only a bit more than a month before RigaDevDays 2019!

To help you make up your mind, we gathered all the useful links about the conference, so you could dive into details and make a decision:

  • The program The most important and interesting part:
    – 2 main days with 5 tracks: Java, .NET, Cloud+Microservices, Databases and Emerging Tech.
    – 1 workshop day for those who want to have a quick and thorough level up in the profession.
    Organizers published a PDF program, which is convenient to assess and look at.
  • Activities, networking, and fun at the conference
    RigaDevDays is celebrating the 5th anniversary and paying a lot of attention to leisure activities, so all the participants can feel the vibes of holidays!
    On the website, you can find a separate page devoted to activities.
    Briefly: discussion zones, top IT companies’ stands, quizzes, riddles, prizes, a show of robots, Sam Aaron performance, huge networking party and a movie screening in the end.
    We agree with organizers – it will be true tech holidays!
  • How it was started
    Have a look at the interview with Dmitry Buzdin – RigaDevDays founder. Spoiler: he wanted a good conference in Latvia so badly, that had to do it himself 🙂

Get your tickets before 27.04 to save 50 Eur.

DevClub team will be there, so let’s gather to network, learn new things, look for new job opportunities and get inspired!

Announcement of Pipeline Automation focused 60th DevClub.lv

Hi!

This time lets talk about Pipeline Automation!

Come at 23rd November 18:30 to Zaļā iela 1, 4th floor (Microsoft Latvia office).

Agenda of Pipeline Automation focused 60th DevClub.lv:

  • Roman Shumkov from Intexsys will give a talk “Continuous Delivery Pipeline at High Scale”
    Lessons learned from implementing Continuous Delivery Pipeline using PHP, Symfony2, Behat, PhantomJS, Deployer, Docker and Bamboo.
    Some highlights:
    – Build Automation with 30+ hours of build time per day
    – Continuous Integration with 500+ hours of testing time per day
    – Horizontal Scalability
    – 20-30 minutes for code changes to be built, tested and delivered to production

    (Language — Russian)
    Tags: CI, CD, Symfony2, Docker, Behat, PhantomJS, Deployer, Bamboo

    Roman is a Software Architect at Intexsys with more than 14 years of experience in IT industry.

  • Arturs Bartusevics from Tieto Latvia will give a talk “Reusable Jenkins Configuration and Automation for Enterprises”
    – A problem with Jenkins setup and configuration in the large enterprises;- Conception “Jenkins + Docker + Jenkins Plugins + Scripts”
    – Getting Jenkins, which is ready to automate everything, in 5 minutes;
    – Setup of Automation with Jenkins as a repeatable enterprise standard;
    – Demo, demo, demo…
    (Language — Latvian)
    Tags: Jenkins, Continuous Delivery, Automation

Arturs is Senior Configuration Manager at Tieto Latvia, professors assistant at RTU, Unit of Software Engineering. Arturs has 9 years experience working with automation of software deliveries and implementation of continuous deployment and delivery processes. At 2015 has defended PHD diploma at RTU.

  • Dmitry Buzdin from Riga DevDays will give a talk “Continuous Testing at Scale”
    With the raise of Continuous Delivery test automation is becoming a norm rather than luxury. However, when dealing with high-complexity, large and modular projects you would be disappointed to learn that it is a challenge to set-up a fully automated continuous testing pipeline. The problems you are encountering are tool incompatibility and general lack of suitable solutions to scale out test automation processes. Imagine tens of thousands of automated test cases, which are required to be run for a product to be fully tested.
    During this talk Dmitry will answer the following questions:
    – How do you run your automated tests in a shortest time frame possible?
    – How do you know if your functional test coverage is improving?
    – How do you select and run the most appropriate test cases?
    – How do you get actionable insight from your testing process results?
    – How do you know if it is safe to release software package to production?
    This presentation will guide you though a journey of building and improving test automation pipeline based on Jenkins in a large telco organisation with hundreds of thousands test executions performed on daily basis. By looking at this example it would possible to see what tools are missing at the market currently and where test automation industry should focus efforts next. The talk will outline examples of micro services developed to fill the functional gaps. This experience would be beneficial and applicable in your next large-scale CD project.
    (Language — Russian)
    Tags: Continuous Delivery, Automation, Jenkins

Dmitry is a software architect specialising in Java, DevOps and Test Automation. He and several of his colleagues, has founded a local consultancy company helping customers with fintech solutions. Dmitry is organising Riga DevDays conference, Latvian Java User Group meetups and Rig Test Automation Club events.

 

Did you know that Intexsys is behind online store, which is selling more than 1 000 000 different products?
Intexsys is currently looking for:
– PHP Developer
– DevOps Engineer
We promise – it will never be boring!

 

ALSO Cloud Latvia keeps doing awesome stuff and looking for awesome people.

 

Did you know that Tieto Latvia has a various exciting open positions? JOIN one of our fantastic teams! Tieto Latvia is currently looking for:
Ruby On Rails Developers
Java izstrādātājs
Database Administrator

 

Did you know that Intrum Justitia Software Development Centre is going to have a new brand and name already in December this year?
Intrum Justitia is looking for:
PL/SQL Developer
– Test automation specialist
– FullStack .NET Developer/ .NET Programmētājs

 

Thanks to our sponsors we are able to make DevClub.lv events and have drinks and snacks:
      Intexsys
ALSO-Cloud               Tieto

 

Announcement of Large Scale Agile focused 59th DevClub.lv

Hi!

Agile practices has proven them in Start-ups and in projects for small teams. But can Agile practices be useful in Large Scale projects?

Come to figure it out at  28th September 18:30, Zaļā iela 1, 4th floor (Microsoft Latvia office).

Agenda for Large Scale Agile focused 59th DevClub.lv:

  • Alek Kozlov from Scrum.ee will give a talk “How to Make Goal-Oriented Objective Decisions faster”
    This session is an introduction into Make “Goal-Oriented Objective Decisions” (mGOOD) framework. mGOOD is systematical approach for making good money/decisions/lives systematically in our highly competitive, hostile and ever changing Business environment.
    mGOOD shows how your company’s Business Goal and Cost of Delay are positioning your company offerings on the market.
    mGOOD provide you, your team, your company with extremely fast guidance on useful strategies, needed skills, tools (eg. Scrum, Less, Kanban, SLA, ITIL) and risks that should be considered.
    It was useful for large organisations having many products, for organisation purchasing product development services from Software Development houses and was proved to be extremely useful for Public Sector organisations.
    (Language — English)
    Tags: Business Goal, Cost of Delay, Business Agility, System thinking, Lean, Agile, Scrum, Less, Kanban, ITIL, Lean StartUp, Hypotheses, Experiments, procurement.

Alek is a Product Strategist and Organisational Coach helping organisations to decentralize control without losing economical alignment (translation: I’m helping leaders to earn good money, build trust in people judgment and not becoming a jackass-dictator)

  • Filips Jeļisejevs from Also Cloud Latvia will give a talk “Automating away your Product Owner”
    Is your project so large that Product Owner just does not cope? Are your business people not engaged? Do your stakeholders regularly miss demo’s because they are busy?
    (Language — English)
    Tags: Voting, Feature Prioritization

Filips – Agile enthusiast who has been a SCRUM Master before it was cool. Hobbyist of behavioral economics, has worked in companies big and small, but still a believer that biggest challenge in software development is people.

  • Kārlis Cinis from Tieto Latvia will give a talk “Scaling with LeSS”
    Have you ever thought about scaling Scrum? Scrum is nice and beautiful framework for one team – a team that is working closely together, is self-managing, cross-functional with T-shaped competences and has shared responsibility for team’s work. But what if you want more of this beauty? How should you scale?
    I will explain basics behind Scrum scaling framework called LeSS (Large Scale Scrum) and share some experience about implementing it.
    (Language — Latvian)
    Tags: LeSS, Scaling, Agile, Scrum

Kārlis is Scrum Master at Tieto for almost 2 years now and has been participating in implementing LeSS in Tieto Retail Payments and Cards from the start. He also has over 10 years of experience in the role of project manager. Kārlis is passionate about hiking in mountains, running and having a long sleep on Saturday mornings.

 

FYI – For people who want to learn the deep roots of Agile – there are few places left to Advanced Agile Development Masterclass by Dr Alistair Cockburn. Use DevClubLV as a code to get 150 Eur discount.

 

ALSO Cloud Latvia keeps doing awesome stuff and looking for awesome people.

 

Did you know that Tieto Latvia is not only always looking for a new talents but we also run various interest clubs? We are proud of our strategic board games club, motor-bike club, active lifestyle club etc. Join the team:
Senior Database Administrator (PostgreSQL or MySQL)
Product Manager for Database Platforms
Database Administrator

 

Did you know that due to Intrum Justitia and Lindorff combination there will be a new brand for the combined company? Intrum Justitia is looking for:
PL/SQL Developer with .Net skills
– Application and Database Administrator

 

Did you know that Intexsys is behind online store, which is selling more than 1 000 000 different products?
Intexsys is currently looking for:
PHP Developer
DevOps Engineer 
– Project Manager
We promise – it will never be boring!

 

 Thanks to our sponsors we are able to make DevClub.lv events and have drinks and snacks:
      Intexsys
ALSO-Cloud               Tieto

Announcement of DevOps focused 58th DevClub.lv

Hi!

DevOps – is it just a buzz word or you can really do it? We invited three experienced guys to share their experience how they have succeeded with DevOps.

See you at 24th August 18:30, Zaļā iela 1, 4th floor (Microsoft Latvia office).

Agenda for DevOps focused 58th DevClub.lv:

  • Ilgvars Jēcis from FinoTech will give a talk “Practical DevOps by a small team of devs”
    Are you in the project which needs ten thousand auto-scaled docker containers on Kubernetes in a multi-regional AWS deployment?
    Right.. we also have never done that. Nevertheless, you still might need DevOps ‘magic’ to deliver those boring everyday IT projects on time and budget.
    I will tell our journey with DevOps at a small IT shop and share tools & practices we have tried and which of them were useful and which were total overkill.
    (Language — English)
    Tags: keep-it-simple, lean, automation, ansible, postgres, google cloud, continuous delivery

Ilgvars is founder & developer at FinoTech. He’s been working in IT field for more than 15 years and still kind of enjoys it. Things he likes even more: cooking & eating, few sports activities and finally beer.

  • Daniel Houston from Accenture will give a talk “Building DevOps pipelines for scale: Supporting infrastructure for 1000’s of build pipelines with 4 developers”
    Everyone talks about how the want to adopt DevOps practices for building their code, but time and time again I hear “We don’t have the resources” or “We tried it and the developers found it more effort than use.”
    We’ll talk about how providing your own IaC platforms using Docker, Jenkins and Ansible can help the amount of projects your DevOps engineers can support scale nearly indefinitely; how it helps to educate your developers and how we went from some teams not even using CI, to it only taking a matter of hours to produce releasable binaries.
    (Language — English)
    Tags: DevOps, Jenkins, Docker, CI, CD, CM

Daniel is a DevOps Tech lead in Accenture Riga, he moved to Latvia from the UK in July.
Daniel was a part of the founding DevOps team in IBM, Cambridge, where he supported the build and test infrastructure, as well as producing tooling for the development of multiple enterprise level products. Through DevOps practices, Daniel managed to reduce the time it took IBM Cambridges documentation team to produce releasable deliverables from weeks down to a matter of hours.
Daniel worked in IBM for around 5 years, while he was there he took part in a number of patent groups, He is a named inventor on an Intelligent route navigation patent  and has some patents awaiting publish.

  • Chris Willmore from SaleMove will give a talk “Dive into Kubernetes”
    Kubernetes has burst onto the scene to become the pre-eminent containerized application orchestration system.
    Chris will quickly introduce you to core Kubernetes concepts, then dive into how at SaleMove engineers migrated 30+ services over to the system. We’ll talk about what worked, what didn’t, and how you can take the leap and get the most out of Kubernetes.
    (Language — English)
    Tags: Kubernetes, Microservices, Distributed Systems, Containers, AWS

Chris is VP of Engineering at SaleMove, where engineers are revolutionizing the online customer experience. Chris began his career working in Silicon Valley and London with Yahoo!. After moving to Tartu, Estonia, he ran a small development firm building systems for Shazam (the worlds most popular music recognition app) (his team designed and built the content ingestion system bringing music, lyrics, and artwork into Shazam).
Recent cool projects his team has been working on:
– Incorporating IBM’s Watson to power recommendations for Sales and Customer Care
– Their customer engagement system recently went live on Tesla.com – You can buy a Tesla or SolarCity solar panels using their system.
When not working, he enjoys scifi literature and keeping his garden weed-free. For the past 4 years, Chris has helped run the Tartu Software Developers Guild.

 

BTW – we have bag of souvenirs (t-shirts, socks, water bottle, some more) from DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2017. Come, be active and you can be one of happy winners of some of them.

 

DevOpsDays Riga 2017 Program is mostly published and now is good time to hurry up to get Early Bird tickets before they run out.

 

Did you know that Tieto Latvia is not only always looking for a new talents but we also run various interest clubs? We are proud of our strategic board games club, motor-bike club, active lifestyle club etc. Join the team!
Send your CV and Motivation letter to darbs@tieto.com .

 

Did you know that Scope Technologies provides innovative, cost-effective and reliable end-to-end telematics products and services using latest .NET stack technologies?

 

Did you know that more than 20 teams are working on various software projects at Intrum Justitia Software Development Centre? Intrum Justitia is looking for:
PL/SQL Developer
– Front-End Developer
– .NET/C# Developer

Did you know that Intexsys is behind online store, which is selling more than 1 000 000 different products?
Intexsys is currently looking for:
Project Manager – work with largest e-commerce clients and Intexsys talented team
PHP Developer– as always, all level from Junior to Super-senior are welcome
Android Developer – work on creating best native Android e-commerce apps
We promise – it will never be boring!

 

ALSO Cloud keeps doing awesome stuff and looking for awesome people.


 Thanks to our sponsors we are able to make DevClub.lv events and have drinks and snacks:
      Intexsys
ALSO-Cloud        Scope Technologies        Tieto

 

Announcement of PHP focused 57th DevClub.lv

Hi!

To PHP or to large scale PHP, that is the question! 🙂

Please pay attention that this time we meet at Vienības gatve 109 (Unity Biznesa centrs) 1.st floor at 27th July 18:30 and be ready to stay for Afterparty at the roof terrace (same building) at Intexsys office to celebrate DevClub.lv’s 5th birthday. 🙂

Agenda for PHP focused 57th DevClub.lv:

  • Sergey Chernecov from Intexsys will give a talk “Wake up, Neo! There are emails to send! Follow the RabbitMQ!”
    I strongly believe that small, self-organized teams make cool things and want to share my experience of working with incredibly gifted colleagues on building the system with PHP that sends about 1.5M personalized emails per day within an hour from scratch.
    Real-time segmentation, multiple data providers, monitoring and… you know… money.
    (Language — English)
    Tags: php, rabbitmq, elasticsearch, kibana, behat 3, messaging integration patterns, api, react, continuous delivery

Sergey is a Software Architect in South Park team at Intexsys, currently mostly interested in enterprise integration patterns, react, SOA, AWS. Favorite comedian: Uncle Bob Martin; Interests outside programming: quantum physics. Working in software development since 2006.

  • Roman Shumkov from Intexsys will give a talk “Application logging, monitoring and alerting at high scale”
    Overview of common problems and not so common solutions when huge amounts of large scale PHP application logs are getting out of control, but we need to maintain quality and react quickly on every error.
    (Language — Russian)
    Tags: php, elk, splunk, jira, alerting, quality

Roman is a Software Architect at Intexsys with more than 14 years of experience in IT industry.

  • AFTERPARTY
    It has been more that a year since we’ve visited Intexsys roof terrace (same building as the conference). Intexsys is inviting everyone again to join us for an Afterparty at the terrace. As always, free beer, snacks and interesting conversations will be waiting for you!

terrace

 

This year we are organizing first DevOpsDays conference in Riga‘s history. Call for Papers is over and now Content group is working hard to make program live next week. If you are interested in DevOps, catch up Very Early Bird tickets before 26th of July.

 

Did you know that Scope Technologies provides innovative, cost-effective and reliable end-to-end telematics products and services using latest .NET stack technologies?

 

Did you know that from June 27 Intrum Justitia Software Development Centre is part of a bigger group as two great companies – Intrum Justitia and Lindorff – have combined  to enhance service offering and innovative solutions?
Intrum Justitia
 is looking for:
BI Developer
– .NET/C# Developer
– Scrum Master

 

Did you know, that Intexsys is sponsoring DevClub’s afterparty at it’s awesome roof terrace for the third time this year?
Intexsys is currently looking for:
Project Manager – work with largest e-commerce clients and Intexsys talented team
PHP Developer– as always, all level from Junior to Super-senior are welcome
Android Developer – work on creating best native Android e-commerce apps
We promise – it will never be boring!

 

ALSO Cloud keeps doing awesome stuff and looking for awesome people.

 

Do you know that Tieto Latvia is not only always looking for a new talents but we also run various interest clubs? We are proud of our strategic board games club, motor-bike club, active lifestyle club etc. Join the team!
Send your CV and Motivation letter to darbs@tieto.com .


 Thanks to our sponsors we are able to make DevClub.lv events and have drinks and snacks:
      Intexsys
ALSO-Cloud        Scope Technologies        Tieto

Announcement of Project Management focused 56th DevClub.lv

Hi!

All of us are involved in many projects. Some of us are happy how projects are working out, some don’t. We invited experienced guys to share their knowledge with different projects and improve our lives.

Join Project Management focused event at 15th June 18:30, Zaļā iela 1, 4th floor (Microsoft Latvia office).

Agenda for Project Management focused 56th DevClub.lv:

  • Nikita Tihonovs from Intexsys will give a talk “Agile with waterfall: managing a corporate level project”
    Nikita will tell a story of a friendly business acquisition which turned out to be an enterprise-wide development project. In this speech you will see how to plan & develop in an agile way but report and control dependencies using old-school waterfall project management techniques. A real business case of a 40 million dollar company will be taken as an example.
    (Language — English)
    Tags: Project management, Agile, Waterfall, Corporate level projects

Nikita is Product Owner at Intexsys, currently leading 3 teams, which are developing a complex e-commerce platform. He has 6 years of project management experience in IT, E-commerce and Forex.

  • Eduards Saļņikovs from Intrum Justitia SDC will share his experience about management of geographically diverse projects and lessons learned from running distributed development projects and what matters most if you would like to run a successful culturally diverse project.
    Content key words:
    – Software development in geographically dispersed, international projects
    – Work in geographically diverse teams
    – Integration of systems and teams
    – Cultural differences and barriers
    (Language — English)

Eduards is ITSM professional with 14+ years of technology and management consulting experience running projects with Nordic telecoms Telia, Telenor, Nokia, banking and payment infrastructure providers FirstData, MasterCard, Visa, Amex et al.
Passionate about establishing practices, fixing technology, building highly engaged teams and running projects to its performance limits. Specialties: IT consulting, ERP, cards and payments, technology agnostic architecture, system integration, management of geographically diverse projects, application of Agile SDLC practices in an enterprise.

  • Samat Galimov from Meduza.io will share his experience in managing a distributed development team of 9 highly independent developers in a news media startup (read: short delivery cycles, constantly changing expectations and ‘need tomorrow’ deadlines). Our project management toolkit have changed over 2.5 years, as did our DevOps toolchain.
    (Language — Russian)
    Tags: Gannt diagrams for toddlers, Trello, Github, Slack, Webhooks, Notion, Google Docs & draw.io)

Samat is a CTO for Meduza.io news outlet (React SSR Website, native apps for iOS & Android + tons of internal services and small side projects).

  • Sergejs Matancevs from Scope Technologies will give a talk “GitHub.com for lazy in cloud project management”
    Experience sharing on how we in Scope Technologies have managed to make project management developer oriented or at least not painful for developer. Our project managers once allowed developers to organize project managements the way we developers want. What happened? How we’ve achieved minimization of administrative stuff? How we use GitHub.com as a tool for lazy project management.
    (Language — Russian)
    Tags: Project Management, GitHub

Sergejs is experienced .NET and WEB developer and team lead at Scope Technologies.

 

This year we are organizing first DevOpsDays conference in Riga’s history. We have already opened DevOpsDays Riga ’17 Call for Papers – you are welcome to submit your talks.

 

Did you know that Intrum Justitia Software Development Centre is developing not only financial systems but also working on business intelligence using the latest BI technologies?
Intrum Justitia
 is looking for:
PL/SQL Developer
– .NET Developer (PL/SQL skills desired)
– Product Manager

 

Did you know that at Intexsys many people have gained enough experience to grow from Junior Developer to Software Architect position? Intexsys is currently looking for:
PHP Developer – work on exciting large-scale international projects with us, we have work for any level – from juniors to gurus!
Software Development Manager – would you like to manage multiple Agile development teams?
Android Developer – Join us to create native Android applications for e-commerce!
We promise – it will never be boring!

 

ALSO Cloud keeps doing awesome stuff and looking for awesome people.

 

Did you know that Geta Digital is 1st company in the world with most EPiServer MVP members onboard and 99% of their projects are e-commerce? They are looking for
Front-end Developers
Back-end Developers

 

Did you know that Tieto Latvia has many exciting open vacancies as well as various interest clubs? We are proud of our strategic board games club, motor-bike club, active lifestyle club etc. Join the team!
Dynamics CRM Technical Consultant
MS Dynamics Junior AX Developer
PL/SQL Developer

 

Did you know that Scope Technologies provides innovative, cost-effective and reliable end-to-end telematics products and services using latest .NET stack technologies?


 Thanks to our sponsors we are able to make DevClub.lv events and have drinks and snacks:
   geta_ehandel_logo4_cut   Intexsys
ALSO-Cloud        Scope Technologies        Tieto