November 8-9, 2019

WTC Congress Center
Moscow, Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 12, 4th entrance

Сonference for JavaScript developers

1000+JS developers



About conference HolyJS 2019 Moscow

HolyJS 2019 Moscow is a JavaScript conference that will take place in Moscow on November 8-9, 2019.

HolyJS 2019 Moscow will be the eighth in a row JavaScript conference held by Group. More than 1000 JS developers will be brought together to discuss the present and future of JavaScript community with the world's leading experts and watch dozens of frontend talks and much more. We'll dwell on both backend and desktop.


Guillermo Rauch is the founder of ZEIT, co-creator of Now and Next.js, and former CTO and co-founder of LearnBoost and Cloudup, acquired by in 2013. His background and expertise are in the realtime web. He's the creator of, one of the most popular JavaScript projects on GitHub, with implementations in many different programming languages and frameworks. He created the first MongoDB ORM for Node.JS, MongooseJS. Before that, he was a core developer of the MooTools JavaScript framework. He's the author of "Smashing Node.JS" published by Wiley in 2012, best-selling book about Node.JS on Amazon in multiple programming categories. He's spoken at dozens of conferences all around the world about JavaScript and the realtime web, such as O'Reilly OSCon, QCon, and NDC. Originally from Argentina, he dropped out of high school and moved to the US to pursue his passions in the San Francisco startup world. He's passionate about open source as an education medium. He's a former mentor of an Open Source Engineering class organized and pioneered by Stanford, with students from Harvard, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, UPenn, Columbia, and others.
Vitaly is a professor of functional programming, programming language theory and computation theory, a member of the Haskell programming language standardization committee and the Haskell GHC compiler development supervisory committee, the author of the book "Haskell in Depth" (Manning Publications).
Yulia Startsev is a programmer at Mozilla, recently working on Spidermonkey. She is also one of three co-chairs of Ecma's TC39, the standardizing body for JavaScript.
Dmitry was graduated from The State University of Management where he took MBI degree in 2008. Ph.D. in Pedagogy, author of "Lifelong learning concept" monography. At 27 he became a CIO of the large research and production group, in 2012 he joined the Mail.Ru team and headed the department of research and production. Since 2016 he is head of Rostec corporate network academy, since 2017 he is a senior vice president of "ProObraz". A councilor of Moscow Aviation Institute rector, a member of social and business council under the government of the Russian Federation. Founder of Otus, an online education company.
Nicolò has been a core Babel developer since 2017, and he has helped with the development of different ECMAScript proposal. When offline, he is a mathematics student in Turin, Italy.
Ivan Akulov PerfPerfPerf
Google Developer Expert in web technologies. Founder of PerfPerfPerf which helps other companies earn more money by making web applications faster. Acts on the stage and writes articles.
Lucas is a Brazilian software engineer living in London. He breathes JavaScript and is passionate about open source. He is a core team member of Chai.js and Sinon.js, two of the most popular libraries in the JS ecosystem, and is always trying to find better and more efficient ways to solve problems. His motto is "strive to be lazy".
Michael Saboff is a Software Engineer working on the JavaScriptCore virtual machine for the past 9 years. He is a member of the JS standards committee, TC-39.
Anna Herlihy is a senior software engineer working for MongoDB in Stockholm. She is a contributor to PyMongo, MongoDB, bson-numpy, and a few other MongoDB Drivers but is working now on Compass, the GUI for MongoDB. She enjoys hiking, biking, climbing, and is most happy when she can do her work outdoors.

Program Committee

Evgeny used to work on .NET, Microsoft stack for quite a long time. He worked at Quest Software, after that he moved to Dell to work on frontend. He worked his way from CoffeeScript + Angular 1.0 to Dart + Angular 2.0. Currently Evgeny works at <a href="" target="_blank">Wrike</a>, a high-load SaaS application with very rich client code. Wrike team uses Dart and Angular 2.0 and aspires to be up-to-date with all modern trends in the web world.
Dmitry develops He has been in web development for more than 9 years and often writes HTML on Java. He loves good talks, Dadaism, tests, and Dart.
JS/.NET full stack developer. Fancies cool new stuff and sometimes allows himself to get a little ride on a hype train. Loves React, usable and pretty UI, code transpiling and, of course, to dig deep into the details.
Frontend developer at Tinkoff, supports an application for legal entities and internal service. He's also one of the leaders of SPB Frontend community and Drinkcast podcast. He's into visualizations and games.
Artem Kobzar Hell Yeah, JavaScript.Ninja
JavaScript.Ninja courses teacher. On the tech fringe. Likes functional programming, compilers and open source.
Alexey codes in JavaScript since 2007. Previously he worked as a typesetter (more than 100 sites on his list). He used jQuery, Backbone.js, Angular 1, Angular 2, React, Ext JS, PolymerJS. He likes user interfaces and coffee.
Full-stack developer, in development since 2004. Organizer of PiterJS and IT Global Meetup.
Passionate developer and troubleshooter. Works with great and productive teams and technologies. Has fun both with coding and communications.

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The conference includes not only talks, but also booths of our partner companies, where you can get acquainted with developers from leading IT companies, take part in quizzes and prize draws, and listen to lightning talks.

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