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Pavel Veller – Speaker Spotlight

Pavel Veller is an accomplished web developer and technologist who brings to the table almost two decades of hands on experience using various programming languages, frameworks, and tools to solve business challenges across different industries.  Pavel was hired by EPAM Systems in 2003, and over the ensuing years has functioned as the Software Engineering Team Lead, and Director of Technology Solutions.  At present, he is based in Atlanta, Georgia and serves as the CTO of EPAM’s Digital Engagement Practice.  Prior to EPAM Systems, Pavel earned his master’s degree at the Belaruski Dzjaržauny Tehnalagièny Universitet, and worked as a Software Engineer/Architect for ITOS.  

Outside of work hours, Pavel maintains a personal website/blog where he shares a mix of informed and opinionated articles on technology, and personal social commentary.  In addition, Pavel shares his knowledge by speaking at user groups, as well as at regional and national conferences.  He spends his downtime with his wife and children.

Pavel’s Session Details

Other Information

This Spring, Pavel Veller will discuss Building Smarter Apps with Cognitive APIs during his session for Syntax Code & Craft Conference – Coastal South Carolina’s premier programmer’s code gathering.   SyntaxCon brings together developers, both established and new, to learn, discuss ideas, collaborate, network and socialize in an inclusive and welcoming experience for all.

This year’s schedule provides content across 3 main tracks, each with a specific focus:

  • Front-End Development
  • Back-End Development
  • Platforms (content management systems, cloud-hosted services, mobile applications and infrastructure.

Attendees can customize their personal agenda by choosing sessions with an aim to improve their craft, fulfill goals, and learn cutting edge trends and best practices in a relatively short time.

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