JFuture Conference 2018 will gather Java developers, software engineers and technology enthusiasts.
The main track is focused on major updates of Java and popular Java frameworks.
Main track
Second track
  • Java Platform
  • Modularity
  • Spring
  • Kotlin
  • Data driven product development
  • IoT and smart environment
  • Rust
  • Visual technologies, art and design
  • Startups and investment
  • Space and Astronomy
  • Bio technologies
  • Healthcare
  • Automotive
The second track is dedicated to emerging technologies and soft skills for engineers.


@sdeleuze, France
Spring Framework and Reactor committer @ Pivotal
Steve Klabnik
@steveklabnik, USA
Rust developer @ Mozilla

@davsclaus, Denmark
Senior Principal Software Engineer @ Red Hat
Anton Arhipov
@antonarhipov, Estonia
Developer Advocate @ JetBrains
@zaleslaw, Russia
Java/BigData Trainer, Apache Ignite Contributor
Sébastien mostly works on Kotlin support across Spring portfolio, and on Web and Reactive topics.

He is also part of MiXiT conference staff crew.
I will live code a Spring application in Kotlin leveraging what we explored with Spring Fu experimental project: configuration DSL instead of annotations, GraalVM support, coroutines, classpath filtering, Kotlin frontend, Reactive SQL...

In this talk, we will explore a new kind of Spring application:

• Designed to provide a Kotlin idiomatic developer experience
• Functional configuration via Kotlin DSL instead of annotations
• Minimal reflection usage, no classpath scanning, no annotation processing required
• Explicit configuration: minimal core, no conventions, no classpath detection
• Flexible programmatic configuration
• Run as native image with instant startup via GraalVM support
• Coroutines allow to leverage our Reactive support with imperative programming style
• Reactive/Coroutines SQL
• Spring packages filtering in order to have a minimal classpath and deploy just what you need
• Single language fullstack support with frontend written in Kotlin
• Self-sufficient opinionated documentation

I will explain what we learnt while working on Spring Fu, and what's coming next in term of new Spring Framework and Spring Boot features.
Claus has been a full-time developer on Apache Camel for the past 9 years. He is the author of the "Camel in Action" books (1st and 2nd edition).

Claus is very active in the open source communities, where he helps others, blogs, records videos, writes, and tweets as well.
In his talk Claus will discuss practices how to build distributed and fault-tolerant microservices with technologies such as Kubernetes Services, Netflix Hystrix, Camel EIP patterns, and Istio.

You will see live demos of killing containers to test fault tolerance, and more.
Just as Charon from the Greek myths, Alexey helps people to get from one side to the other, the sides being Java and Big Data in his case.

Or, in more simple words, he is a Java/BigData trainer. He works with Hadoop/Spark and other Big Data projects since 2012, forks such projects and sends pull requests since 2014, presents talks since 2015. His favorite areas are text data and large graphs.

Also, Alexey is a contributor of Ignite ML, he wrote manually SVM, KNN, Logistic Regression, a lot of preprocessing staff and author of the official Ignite ML tutorial.
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More speakers will be announced soon


JProf.by Community Leader
JProf.by Community Leader
Organiser of Geekout.ee
BKUG Community Leader
BKUG Community Organizer
Java developer with 5 years development experience, participated in hackathons, where brought teams to victory.

Co-leader of Belarus JUG "Java Professionals BY" community and an active speaker.

Delighted with Kotlin.
By day Siarhei is "that guy" in the office of a small startup.

By night he makes meetups, answers questions on StackOverflow, maintains few pet-projects on GitHub and hacks smart devices.

For fun Siarhei rides boards, draws vectors, takes photos and re-watches Star Wars movies.
Developer Advocate @ JetBrains that does development of instruments for Java engineers - JRebel and XRebel. Has more than 10 years Java development experience.

Main interests are programming languages and means of software development. In his free time, Anton participates in organisation of developers community Devclub.eu in Tallinn as well as is a co-host of IT podcast "Razbor Poliotov"
A leader of Belarus Kotlin User Group and Java Professionals BY community driver, full stack developer at ObjectStyle.

Every day he reads news and articles from more than 500 sources using RSS. He likes to explore new technologies and aspires to get a deep understanding of the problem.

Hackathons, meetups and conferences? Yes, this is about him. Linux and other Free Software — runs the world.
A professional event manager mostly in tech domain (conferences, meetups and hackathons).

She loves helping people to establish new connections, grow community, spread the word about their ideas and new technologies.

As a hobby-project she's organizing WTM Minsk meetups.


until 16.09.18
260 BYN
sold out
82 USD
70 EUR
5085 RUB
160 BYN
after 17.09.18
193 USD
163 EUR
12 075 RUB
380 BYN
132 USD
112 EUR
8265 RUB
until 16.09.18
260 BYN
sold out
160 BYN
after 17.09.18
380 BYN
Corporate Booking Enquiry


We've always wanted to hold the conference in one of the oldest (since 1890) & most beautiful theatres in Minsk — Janka Kupala National Theatre.

The 1st track will be performed on the main stage of the theatre, the 2nd track — on the small stage.

Right after the last keynote & a short break with drinks & snacks we invite you for a treat — an authentic theatre show performed by the best Belarusian actors & created by a young and talented Belarusian author.
The Silicon valley of Eastern Europe
Wall Street Journal named Belarus' "Hi-tech Park the Silicon Valley" of Eastern Europe.
Hotel Discount
The Capital
Minsk is a beautiful city with post war architecture & lots of parks. Even the most experienced travellers are impressed by its spacious avenues & cleanliness.
Large Developers' Community
Minsk has a really strong Java developers community. Java Professionals BY & Belarus Kotlin User Group communities, to name a few, have their regular meetups every month.
Need a hotel? After purchasing a conference ticket, contact the organizers and get a discount on Willing hotel.
A unique feature of Belarusian national cuisine is a huge variety of cold soups & potato dishes. To try draniki with sour cream is a must!
Delicious national cuisine
Explore the city with these handy guides
If you fly to Minsk airport from any country except Russia & your stay will last up to 30 days (including arrival & departure dates), the visa will be stamped to you free of charge at Minsk airport!

This concerns 74 countries' citizens.

If your country is in the list, you don't need an invitation to enter the country. You'll only need a valid passport (it must be valid 6 months after your trip to Belarus), a return ticket and medical insurance that must be purchased at Minsk airport upon arrival (before passport control), it costs a couple of euros, the insurances from your countries might be not valid for our passport control.

If your country is not in the list, we can prepare an invitation for you.


Your Partner Account Manager is Misha Malikin:
[email protected]






Community of Java developers and Software Engineers
Professional team of conferences & meetups organisers
Community of Kotlin programming language users


Daria Shabala,
Project Manager
+375 29 739-34-16
[email protected]
Misha Malikin,
Partner Account Manager
[email protected]
JFuture Code of Conduct
JFuture is a community conference intended for networking and collaboration in the developer community.

We value the participation of each member of the community and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the conference and at all conference events, whether officially sponsored by JFuture or not.

To make clear what is expected, all delegates/attendees, speakers, exhibitors, organizers and volunteers at any JFuture event are required to conform to the following Code of Conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event.

JFuture is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form.

All communication should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks.

Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down other attendees. Behave professionally. Remember that harassment and sexist, racist, or exclusionary jokes are not appropriate for JFuture.

Harassment includes offensive communication related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.

Exhibitors in the expo hall, sponsor or vendor booths, or similar activities are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. In particular, exhibitors should not use sexualized images, activities, or other material. Booth staff (including volunteers) should not use sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes, or otherwise create a sexualized environment.

Be careful in the words that you choose. Remember that sexist, racist, and other exclusionary jokes can be offensive to those around you. Excessive swearing and offensive jokes are not appropriate for JFuture.

Thank you for helping make this a welcoming, friendly event for all!