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June 8-9, 2020

The TechLeadConf conference is dedicated to engineering practices and development processes

On working with legacy, refactoring architecture, preventing bugs, tech leadership growth and platform teams.
For technical leaders, senior software engineers, CTO's.

  • Community Networking

    Take a chance to meet hundreds of professionals, ask questions in expert zones, create the vibe at meetups.

  • Diversed Program Committee

    The Program Committee consists of developers, DevOps engineers, project managers, knowledge management specialists, and technical writers.

  • Speakers Coaching

    Each speaker went through coaching process and is tutored by the Program Committee member to make it perfect. We guarantee the talks quality.

Conference features

  • Discuss architecture refactoring with industry experts

  • Real cases of engineering practices usage in companies

  • Tech Lead growth roadmap

  • Participation in collective DDD Radar building by conference attendees

  • Practice to bound tech debt while making MVP in hosted Code Retreat

For speakers

We do not accept sales pitch style presentations. We are looking for passionate people who understand developers and whose speeches are energetic and based on experience. Our audience consists of technical leaders, senior software engineers, CTO's, etc.

  • Some topics for inspirations:

    At the conference, we cover all present-day valued topics for current and future technical leaders.

    • How to systematically refactor large legacy systems
    • Evolutionary architecture
    • Best practices of preventing bugs instead of search
    • How to organize technical knowledge base
    • Workshops and live-coding sessions

    If your topic doesn't match, submit it anyway. We'll see what we can do.


Are you ready to apply?

All applications must be submitted before April 22Those approved by the Program Committee will be announced on April 30

Program committee

The program is designed by the leaders of the Russian IT companies. The selection of talks is multi-layered and sophisticated — the Program Committee selects the best talks from the received proposals according to several criteria.

  • Elena Grahovac

    Growing engineering processes at the Tinkoff Group. Previously I was a QA Leader and was responsible for testing processes with a team of 90+ people. Prior to Tinkoff, I worked as an engineering expert in Alpha Labs and drove development of the Devops culture. The author of the exclusive Agile Testing training on Russian language. Member of the Agile Testing Follow community. Creator of the largest Russian-speaking QA communities in telegram: @qa_ru and @qajobs_ru.

    Anastasiia Aseeva-NguyenTinkoff, Head of Program Committee

  • Roman Poborchy

    CTO at UnitedTraders. I built development teams for Runet Business Systems, Passware, and a couple of startups. I've been developing Agile teams since 2009. In IT since 1998. Speaker of AgileDays and DevOpsDays conferences.

    Alik KurdyukovUnitedTraders

  • Daniel Podolsky

    A tester who does not want to file bugs. In IT since 2012. Program Director of the QA and Testing Section of the Ural DUMP Conference since 2018.

    Eugene SabirovTelemed.Chat, GK Host

  • Marko Kevac

    Scrum-master and eXP coach.

    Anton BevzukRaiffeisen Bank

  • Andrey Slotin

    QA Lead at Dodo Pizza, an international pizzeria chain. I dream of a world without bugs and that all software is released quickly and efficiently.

    Evgeniy IvanchenkoDodo Pizza

  • Aleksander Efros

    More than 8 years in IT, including 7 years in the field of quality assurance. I'm Tech Lead of the QA platform team in one of Europe's largest classified advertisements app. Evangelist of quality. Coach on modern testing practices.

    Alexander MatveevAvito

  • Aleksander Efros

    Developer of APIs and internal services for the blog. I worked on tests and processes automation in the past. Autotests, integration and delivery scripts, data generation, chat bots - this is what I spent more than 5 years in IT. Adherent of the BDD approach, Property Based testing and automation not only of testing itself, but also of other routines.

    Yulia DolbilovaDodo Pizza

  • Aleksander Efros

    Project Manager and Agile Coach at Cinimex-Informatics. In the past, a tester and analyst. I participated in the development of software for large banks and insurance companies in Russia. A popularizer and active practitioner of the Kanban method.

    Eugene DubovikCinimex Informatics

  • Aleksander Efros

    I taught 100+ people how to deploy infrastructure and develop distributed systems. Built development teams in Megafon Bank and made a delivery platform at Alpha Lab.

    Nguyen Viet MegaLabs

Code of Conduct

We adhere to the standard rules outlined in the Code of Conduct.

Our conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.


If you have any questions, suggestions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact head of the program committee

Anastasiia Aseeva-Nguyen