About CEE-SECR 2016
Central and Eastern European Software Engineering Conference in Russia (CEE-SECR) is one of the brightest annual IT events in our country. It has the status
«In-Cooperation with ACM SIGSOFT». Twelfth edition of the CEE-SECR will take place on October, 28-30 in Moscow.
Conference program will include:
- Invited experts of global and Russian IT market;
- Reports, selected on competitive basis, from more than 150 submissions;
- Special Networking Party.
In total more than 100 events for the two conference main days.
Over the years CEE-SECR has become one of the largest platforms for sharing experience, obtaining knowledge and networking (Testimonials).
One of the important conference features is CEE-SECR scope. Software development process is considered in all its aspects: technologies, management, education, HR, business etc.
Registration is available for two or one conference days. Special discounts are offered for early-bird registration, students, groups (3+) and RUSSOFT members (Registration page).
Annually CEE-SECR is supported by leading companies of software engineering industry, associations and IT news media (Our sponsors and partners).
Key Speakers 2005-2015
- Dino Esposito
- David Garlan
- Mickey W. Mantle
- Alexander Tormasov
- Andrey Ivanov
- Robert Farish
Wil van der Aalst
- David Goldsmith
Dr. Richard Mark Soley
Paul C. Brown
Alexander L. Wolf
Organized since 2005, CEE-SECR is the key annual software event in Central and Eastern Europe that is regularly attended by over 700 participants from local industry. Our total reach is over 1 million software and IT people from CEE region (online + media coverage).
The conference was initially positioned as a Russian event; however, it attracted speakers from 20 countries and regular attendees from even more places, so in 2009 the conference was repositioned as a CEE event.
The conference produce a high quality program with acceptance rate about 35%. The list of keynote speakers from previous conferences includes Bjarne Stroustrup, Ivar Jacobson, Jeff Sutherland, David Goldsmith, Bertrand Meyer, Dino Esposito, Dave Thomas, David Garlan, Jim Stikeleather, Thomas Erl, Richard Mark Soley, Ilya Segalovich, Mickey W. Mantle, Grady Booch, Erich Gamma, Michael Cusumano, Larry Constantine, Lars Bak, Michael Fagan, Bill Hefley, Rick Kazman, Alexander Tormasov, Yuri Gurevich, Steve Masters, Mark Paulk and other software thought leaders as well as VP-s and Technical Fellows of major high-tech corporations.
The conference was supported by such companies as Adobe, EMC, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Deutsche Bank, ORACLE, SAP, Siemens, Sun Microsystems, T-Systems, VMWare, Kaspersky Lab, Auriga and others. It is also endorsed by the most of key local software/IT associations.