16 – 17 September

One of Russia’s largest conferences on front-end web development, FrontTalks, gathers hundreds of participants every year since 2011 for two days in September in Yekaterinburg — one of Russia’s historical centres of industrial revolution in the Ural region.

This year’s event will include talks by Martin Splitt from Archilogic AG and Ally Long from Field Intelligence and Stefan Judis from Contentful, as well as presentations from a number of the industry’s top experts from Russia, Serbia and Belarus. You will be able to learn about the whole set of new front-end technologies, discuss current problems, meet new people and forge new collaborations or partnerships, all the while having fun!

The working languages of the conference are Russian and English, with the English-language part of the programme scheduled for September 16, while all talks on September 17 will be Russian. Most of our speakers and participants have a working knowledge of the English language and are happy to use it when they can.

Watch the FrontTalks talks and presentations on our YouTube channel.

Code of Conduct

The FrontTalks conference in Yekaterinburg is a forum for unhurried and productive discussion of front-end issues. To this end we ask all participants in advance to agree to follow some simple rules of behaviour.

Everybody at the conference has equal rights regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, race, nationality, religious or political convictions, physical capabilities, state of health, programming experience, and so on. All participants are worthy of respect, eminent experts and beginners alike.

At the conference it is acceptable to criticise, question, and make new professional acquaintances. But trolling, harassing others and getting personal in an argument are completely unacceptable.

We do not permit anybody to:
-intentionally hinder other participants;
-insult, humiliate, threaten, intimidate, embarrass or stalk others;
-loudly swear or be loud in general.

Anyone who fails to follow these rules will first be warned and then expelled from the conference without a ticket refund.