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About the conference

Mobius is a technical conference for mobile developers, which gathers over 600 attendees each year.

No marketing, management and documentation retelling, only tech talks held by the experts:

  • Platforms (iOS / Android) and languages (Swift / Kotlin / Java) under the hood;
  • Software Craftsmanship (different practices and approaches in application development and frameworks);
  • Clean Code (architectural patterns, legacy, and technical debt, refactoring);
  • Product quality (performance, UI/UX, security);
  • Mobile development trends (Kotlin / Native and Flutter, goodies from WWDC and Google I/O, open source solutions);
  • Infrastructure (build systems, CI/CD, DevOps, Continuous testing).
Organizers

One ticket for eight conferences

It's not only Mobius 2020 Piter that goes entirely online. All of our conferences scheduled for spring and summer will be held online, too. In total, there will be 8 events online:

In case you are interested in other topics apart from mobile development, we have a special offer for you: a single ticket for all 8 conferences.

This option includes:

  • 200 speakers from all over the world;
  • over 300 activities;
  • more than 500 hours of diverse content (talks, interviews, podcasts, discussions);
  • dozens of partners, contests and prizes.

A personal Full Pass will cost 300 EUR until the end of April, while a corporate one will cost 600 EUR.

How to get a Full Pass:

  • If you have a Full Pass to our offline event, you can replace it with an online Full Pass. To carry out the process, please contact our support via support@mobiusconf.com
  • If you have an online ticket, you can easily upgrade it to a Full Pass. Please contact our support via support@mobiusconf.com
  • In case you haven't bought any ticket, please proceed to our registration page. Once you get there, choose Full Pass Personal if you purchase a ticket for yourself or Full Pass Standard if your company compensates it for you.
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Mobius 2020 Piter goes online-only

New dates: June 22 to June 25 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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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

Konstantin Tskhovrebov
Konstantin Tskhovrebov JetBrains
Konstantin was engaged in Android development from 2010 to 2020. Now he's in Kotlin Multiplatform team. Likes to inspire and...

Konstantin was engaged in Android development from 2010 to 2020. Now he's in Kotlin Multiplatform team. Likes to inspire and teach the development team. build architecture and participate in professional events.

Asya Sviridenko
Asya Sviridenko Yandex
Asya has been working in Yandex for the past 4 years and leads the iOS development team. She has been...

Asya has been working in Yandex for the past 4 years and leads the iOS development team. She has been engaged in iOS development for so long that has already become an age question: asking is indecent. Asya is a controversial person: she loves Swift, but has warm feelings for Obj-C (it's like a Stockholm Syndrome) and wants to make a talk about work-life balance, but has no idea what to talk about. She will never pass up St. Petersburg for some other city and can't live without wine and sport.

Ash Furrow
Ash Furrow Artsy
Ash Furrow is a compassionate software developer from Canada, currently leading Artsy’s Mobile Experience team from New York. He has...

Ash Furrow is a compassionate software developer from Canada, currently leading Artsy’s Mobile Experience team from New York. He has published a number of books, built many apps, and is a prolific contributor to open source software. On his blog, he writes about a range of topics, from interesting programming problems to explorations of music and the humanities.

Denis Neklyudov
Denis Neklyudov Lyft
Google Developer Expert Android, Pay and IoT. Denis did his part in developing mobile apps for several startups in Russia, Asia,...

Google Developer Expert Android, Pay and IoT.

Denis did his part in developing mobile apps for several startups in Russia, Asia, and Europe. Now he works at Lyft in sunny California.

You probably heard Denis in Android Dev Podcast or at the conferences.

Stepan Goncharov
Stepan Goncharov Lyft
Engineering apps and games for Android since 2008. Has experience as QA, product manager, marketer, blogger, consultant and much more....

Engineering apps and games for Android since 2008. Has experience as QA, product manager, marketer, blogger, consultant and much more. He was involved in development of apps that nobody uses and apps with millions of users worldwide. Currently works at Grab, leading Kotlin Singapore User Group, actively uses Rx, and spends more and more time contributing to OSS.

Ruslan Gumennyi
Ruslan Gumennyi Yandex.Classifieds Technology
In the last few years Ruslan has been working at Yandex.Classifieds. He managed to work on such projects as "Realty" and...

In the last few years Ruslan has been working at Yandex.Classifieds. He managed to work on such projects as "Realty" and "Auto.ru". A couple of years in the outsourcing company e-Legion under his belt.

Matvey Malkov
Matvey Malkov Google
Software Engineer from Novokuznetsk, Siberia. Matvey's whole career is dedicated to Android and he has no clue what's going on...
Matvey Malkov

Software Engineer from Novokuznetsk, Siberia. Matvey's whole career is dedicated to Android and he has no clue what's going on behind this wall. He previously spoke about RxJava and Scala a lot.

Worked in 2GIS and a few Moscow startups, currently working in the Android Toolkit team at Google, in particular on Jetpack Compose.

Ruslan Kim
Ruslan Kim Facebook
Engineer with deep experience in Android applications' development. Was working on applications in Topface, Yandex, Bandlab, Gran & Lyft. Recently started...

Engineer with deep experience in Android applications' development. Was working on applications in Topface, Yandex, Bandlab, Gran & Lyft. Recently started to work at Facebook on the operating system for VR together with the Oculus team.

Murad Tataev
Murad Tataev Yandex.Market
Murad has been developing for 5 years and 3 of them on iOS. He started a career in Makhachkala and quickly...
Murad Tataev

Murad has been developing for 5 years and 3 of them on iOS.

He started a career in Makhachkala and quickly realized that he needed to move to Moscow. In his free time, he learns something new. Once his choice fell on application hacking. Murad isn't a hacker but he would like to share some tricky parts.

Kirill Popov
Kirill Popov Odnoklassniki
Odnoklassniki Android application developer. He graduated from St.Petersburg State University, where he studied computer vision and security. Into Android development...

Odnoklassniki Android application developer. He graduated from St.Petersburg State University, where he studied computer vision and security. Into Android development since his second year at university. Loves football, table tennis, rollerblades, and snowboard.

Andrey Kulikov
Andrey Kulikov Google
Andrey has been developing Android applications since 2012. He's the author of the popular Transitions-Everywhere library. having settled in Google...
Andrey Kulikov

Andrey has been developing Android applications since 2012. He's the author of the popular Transitions-Everywhere library. having settled in Google he transferred all results from this library to the official AndroidX Transitions library. Currently working on Jetpack Compose.

Anastasia Soboleva
Anastasia Soboleva Google
Anastasia is an engineer at Google working on Jetpack Compose. Prior to that she worked on a few exciting projects at...
Anastasia Soboleva

Anastasia is an engineer at Google working on Jetpack Compose. Prior to that she worked on a few exciting projects at Amazon as a backend engineer and parallels as an iOS developer. When not working, Anastasia is doing a bit of everything like sketching, playing badminton, cycling or walking. And she is constantly learning new languages which she forgets pretty quickly, at the moment these are French and Mandarin.

Aydar Mukhametzyanov
Aydar Mukhametzyanov JetBrains
Aydar had been developing iOS applications since iOS 5 in a mobile agency, in a large and cozy 2GIS, and...

Aydar had been developing iOS applications since iOS 5 in a mobile agency, in a large and cozy 2GIS, and Freeletics in Munich. He currently works at JetBrains, AppCode team, but still remembers how it feels to be a mobile developer. Writes code in Kotlin/Java so that people are comfortable writing in Swift/Objective-C.

Mikhail Zinov
Mikhail Zinov Grab
Mikhail has been developing iOS apps for 6 years. He writes various stuff in the Grab mobile platform team since...

Mikhail has been developing iOS apps for 6 years. He writes various stuff in the Grab mobile platform team since 2019.

Maksim Leykin
Maksim Leykin EPAM
Graduated from the faculty of the Lobachevsky University with a degree in computer science in 2000. He has been working...
Maksim Leykin

Graduated from the faculty of the Lobachevsky University with a degree in computer science in 2000. He has been working in IT since 1998: sowtware developer, team leader, and project manager. Now he's a project manager of the EPAM mobile competence center.

In addition to the main work he lectures on the Java and Android mobile development.

Roman Volkov
Roman Volkov Yandex
Graduated from Tyumen State University. Before iOS Roman developed a backend for analytic and integration systems in the banking sector (.NET,...

Graduated from Tyumen State University. Before iOS Roman developed a backend for analytic and integration systems in the banking sector (.NET, Microsoft SQL, IBM WebSphere Message Broker), and then in the oil industry. Four years ago he retrained as an iOS developer. He managed to work on a freelance, remote (having lived in Montenegro at that time) developing an application for startups and brands (Rolls-Royce for example). In 2018 he joined the Prisma team and participated in the launch and development of Lensa. In 2019 Roman moved to Yandex to develop Yandex.Translator as an iOS developer and now hold the position of Translator mobile team leader.

Partners

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

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