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The Rolling Scopes Conference


г. Минск
The Rolling Scopes
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On behalf of Minsk front-end/JavaScript community, The Rolling Scopes  crew is glad to announce the upcoming RSConf2017 front-end conference! February 2016 was too awesome to do it just once :)

Next winter Minsk will once again become a gathering spot for amazing people of the front-end scene presenting hot topics and sharing their expertise and vision. Currently the agenda is still work-in-progress, but we can promise you two full days of delicious content: Workshop Saturday and Conference Sunday! We hope to treat you to talks in both standard-length and lightning format so we issue the Call for Papers at our full lung capacity! Workshops, presentations, lightning talks – we want it all at (primary conference language is English).
Let’s Roll!


Dr. Axel Rauschmayer @rauschma. Munich, Germany. Dr. Axel Rauschmayer specializes in JavaScript and web development. He teaches classes for Ecmanauten, blogs at, holds talks and workshops at conferences and organizes the MunichJS user group.  Axel has been writing about ECMAScript 6 since early 2011.

Vitaly Friedman @smashingmag. Co-founder and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine. Freiburg, Germany.  Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. Vitaly is writer, speaker, author and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine. He runs responsive Web design workshops, online workshops and loves solving complex performance problems in large companies.

Gabriel Mičko @gabriel_micko. Budapest, Hungary. Gabriel is working as a Front-end Developer Specialist for DoclerHolding based in Budapest. Mozilla Tech Speaker and enthusiastic voluntary at Hungarian Mozilla Community. He is interested in everything related to web. The world of open source impresses him as well. WebRTC geek, Firefox OS app hacker and devotee of the platform.

Andrey Listochkin @listochkin. Kiev, Ukraine. Andrey Listochkin is a full-stack web developer from Kiev with over eight years of experience building large complex web applications. He's a very active member of Ukrainian development community. He's a co-founder of dev-ua - the largest chat community for developers in Eastern Europe, - Node.js/iojs Ukrainian localization working group member, Ukrainian Rust community leader, KyivJS co-organizer and the member of - an IT education non-profit. Andrey regularly speaks at conferences in Ukraine and abroad, does training and workshops on Ember.js, Node.js, API design, etc., takes part in hackathons and programming competitions, both as a participant and a mentor.

David Ferreira @daminufe. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. David is a programming enthusiast since 2004, which turned out to become his professional career. He loves Javascript language, and for years has been improving his expertise. At the moment David works as a consultant developer in the Netherlands. Lately, he has been working on a hybrid mobile app for a bank. Also David has multiple websites in production with full-stack Javascript.


Prashant Palikhe @prashantpalikhe. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Prashant is a front-end developer who likes to look under the hood of the tools that he works with everyday. On an attempt to understand why the code that he wrote behaved the way it did in the browsers, he came across a number of tools that the browsers provided which helped him gain clarity on those matters. He believes in "learning by sharing" which is why he enjoys giving talks on this subject to help others catch up with the latest and greatest of these browser tools.

Matt Zeunert @mattzeunert. London, UK. Matt is an independent front-end developer based in London. He works on tools that help developers understand the code they’re working with. He also blogs about writing readable code. Before focussing on building developer tools he worked as a contractor helping different companies make great JavaScript apps.

Stefan Judis @stefanjudis. Berlin, Germany. Stefan started programming 6 years ago and quickly fell in love with web performance, new technologies and automation. He worked for several startups in Berlin and recently joined Contentful to to tell the world how an API-first CMS can make you a bit happier. He is also a curator of the web performance online resource Perf Tooling (, organizer of the Web Performance Meetup Berlin, contributes constantly to a variety of open source projects and enjoys sharing nerdy discoveries.

Dafna Sharabi. Berlin, Germany. Dafna is currently residing in Berlin and working from the local Wix Office. Previous to that she has led the Design Dev team, and was a team leader in various positions in the Wix Studio for 6 years, designing, creating and establishing work methods.

Anna Selezniova @asktwi. Minsk, Belarus. Anna is a creative developer and speaker. She has been working on the web since 2000 and prefers tasks at the intersection of design and frontend. She currently works at Evil Martians.

Vital Varanovich @vitvor. Minsk, Belarus. Vital Varanovich, Lead Designer at EPAM. Previously Head of design at Over the past 15 years I have gathered significant experience in Product & Service Design. Iʼm focused on full user experience cycle from early concepts to delivery.

Andrei Palchys. Minsk, Belarus. Andrei is a team leader at EPAM Systems. He started to write JavaScript code about 10 years and he still likes to do it. During this time Andrei got experience with many different frameworks and platforms: from small mobile devices to large servers.


Call for speakers. If you are interested in speaking please submit a short synopsis to Talk proposals are accepted in Russian, Belarusian and English. The call for speakers will be closed on the 31st of December.



Want to give a talk, but do not have enough material for a full talk? Have a shout-out for an open source project or tool? Want to share a community story (everyone loves stories!)? Preach the must-know fundamentals of Web, JavaScript, CSS, etc? Then lightning talks are for you! These talks are, at max, 5 minute talks done in quick succession. No need to fill the whole slot, though! We are accepting, reviewing, and selecting proposals for lightning talks in advance. Submit a lightning talk proposal


Join our Slack channel: #rsconf  - If you don't have access to, please, register here:

The event is non-profit, all sponsors' contributions will be used to run the conference as well as making tickets affordable for the attendees. Please contact us about information and media partnership by writing an email to
See you at RSConf2017!

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