12th édition – du 17 au 19 avril 2024
3 jours de conférences, 70 exposants, 4500 visiteurs par jour
Marharyta Nedzelska

Marharyta is passionate about programming, learning new things and sharing her knowledge with others. She is a big Kotlin fan and Kotlin GDE. Knows both conference sides: speaking and organizing. Organized a KUG in her native city Kyiv because she believes in Knowledge Sharing and Collective Intelligence. For her everyday job, she's building Static Code Analysis tools for Java/Kotlin/Scala and other languages, helping other developers all over the world make their code better.

A Healthy diet for your Java application
Conference (INTERMEDIATE level)
Have you ever faced OutOfMemoryError? Was it in your CI or during the local run? Maybe you faced it as a user while playing your favorite video game or using online banking to pay your bills.
That’s annoying, isn’t it? Every time we give the application more and more memory, it seems never enough…
In Sonar we know how important it is to use memory efficiently. As our tools are often a part of your ci jobs, we care how much you spend on the infrastructure and try to minimize the cost.
So in this session, I will try to share some tips for investigating, fixing, and preventing potential memory leaks and reducing the memory footprint. In simple words, I will show how you can help your applications eat memory « healthier ».
The transition back to work after parental leave is a significant milestone in the lives of many working parents. "Back on Track" is a talk that delves into the challenges, strategies, and opportunities associated with reentering the workforce after taking time off to take care of a child. This presentation aims to provide valuable insights and practical advice to individuals seeking a smooth and successful transition.
This talk is based on my own story, how I returned to work after 8 months of absence due to maternity leave. I hope my story will be helpful for people who are currently coming through the same period in their lives or just plan to join the "working parents" club and their colleagues.