We’re Thrilled to Welcome Ievgen to DORS/CLUC 2024!

We’re Thrilled to Welcome Ievgen to DORS/CLUC 2024!

Meet Ievgen Pyrogov, a software engineer with a diverse background that spans the breadth of technology, from assembly programming and graphical web design during his university days to his current passion for Ruby, Elixir, PostgreSQL, Kubernetes, and vim. Ievgen brings a rich palette of experiences to our conference, having embarked on a journey through various aspects of programming and DevOps. His work at Contractbook has him deeply engaged in ensuring the infrastructure is secure, robust, and fast.

Talk Title: The Homework


Ever found yourself scratching your head over a code problem for hours, only to resort to a workaround that leaves you with unsatisfactory tech debt? If this sounds all too familiar, you’re not alone. Ievgen shares this journey and invites you to explore the art of “Doing the Homework” in his talk.

Ievgen will guide us through his personal methodology for tackling code mysteries—ranging from the use of search engines and StackOverflow to diving into CLI tools for scouring source code and git logs. He’ll also share insights into navigating the less traveled paths of niche mailing lists, forums, and old bug trackers, and how asking ChatGPT the right questions can illuminate your understanding. This presentation is about equipping yourself with research methods and tools for when you encounter unfamiliar code issues, and it’s designed to resonate with engineers of all backgrounds, from Linux sysadmins to software developers.

Join us for an enlightening session with Ievgen, as he shares his wisdom on navigating the complexities of code problems with a methodical and insightful approach. Whether you’re battling daily code challenges or seeking to expand your troubleshooting toolkit, this talk promises to be an invaluable resource.