3 days / 40+ speakers
12 workshops

May 17-19, 2017 | Vilnius, Lithuania
source{d}, Spain (Russia)

Vadim Markovtsev

Currently Vadim is a Lead Machine Learning Engineer at source{d} where he works on deep neural networks that aim to understand all of the world’s developers through their code. Vadim is one of the creators of the distributed deep learning platform Veles (https://velesnet.ml) while working at Samsung. Afterwards Vadim was responsible for the machine learning efforts to fight email spam at Mail.Ru.

In the past Vadim was also a visiting associate professor at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, teaching about new technologies and conducting ACM-like internal coding competitions. Vadim is also a big fan of GitHub (vmarkovtsev) and HackerRank (markhor), as well as likes to write technical articles on a number of web sites including blog.sourced.tech.


GitHub Contributions Graph: Analyzing PageRank & Proving The 6 Handshakes Theory

Contributions to open source projects form a graph. Each node is either a repository or a contributor. This talk proves the theory of 6 handshakes in the world of open source development and shows how to estimate the importance of each GitHub user and repository by calculating PageRank centrality measure.