Ukrainian Software Development Forum – is a unique high-level event organized by IT Ukraine Association for IT industry representatives.

This year the SDF unites 300 participants, 50 top speakers from international business and government at one communicational platform to discuss global economics and tech agenda, significant trends and opportunities standing behind them, and their impact on growth and prosperity of the country.

Get the first hands insights and experience from the top notch international experts and Ukrainian think tanks that drives economic transformation of our country.

Participants

300

Participants

Speakers

50

Speakers

% top managers

85%

% top managers

 Ukrainian IT on a Global Market

Ukrainian IT on a Global Market

Economics Trends

Economics Trends

IT Education: Fundamentals of the Future

IT Education: Fundamentals of the Future

Follow the Leader: the Best Cases of Ukrainian IT in the World

Follow the Leader: the Best Cases of Ukrainian IT in the World

SPEAKERS

Registration

09:30 - 10:00

Opening and Welcome Speech

The main hall

10:00 - 10:15

Speakers:

Mykola Royenko

Mykola Royenko

President, Miratech

After a successful career in science and information technologies, Muykola Royenko founded a Miratech company in 1989. Under his management the company transformed into influential palyer on IT-services market with representatives in Europe and the United States. 4 years in a row Miratech is recognized as one of top-100 IT-outsourcers in the world

Yury Antoniuk

Yury Antoniuk

President of "IT Ukraine" Association, Managing Director at EPAM Ukraine

Yury holds position of the President of the Association ""IT Ukraine"", is a leader and visionary of EPAM Ukraine, part of the international corporation EPAM Systems. Yuriy lead Ukrainian EPAM office since the first year of foundation. Under his leadership, EPAM Ukraine became the largest outsourcing company in Ukraine.
By focusing on the business and technical competence of the company, Yuri launched another 4 offices in EPAM Ukraine actively developing the cooperation programs with major universities Ukraine to prepare the young professionals.

Ukrainian IT: Global Outlook and Domestic Impact

The main hall

10:15 - 11:30

During this block we will take a look at the research provided by consulting company Avasant. We will find out about the role and place of Ukrainian IT on global and local markets, discuss perception of the industry in the world, talk about the strengths and weaknesses of Ukrainian IT-companies in the eyes of foreign business.

Moreover, we will examine results of PwC’s research in the sphere of taxation and find out a real amounts of taxes, industry pays into a state budget and what kind of impact the industry makes on other branches of Ukrainian economy.

Moderator:

Valeriy Pekar

Valeriy Pekar

Ukrainian entrepreneur, publicman

Valeriy is a famous Ukrainian entrepreneur, publicman and visionary. Co-founder of Euroindex company, took part at creation of KyivExpoPlaza. Actively engaged in lecturing and educational activities. Author of more than 250 articles on management, infromational technologies, futurology.

Ukrainian IT on a Global Market

Speakers:

Chirag Rawat

Chirag Rawat

Associate Director, Avasant

Chirag has several years of experience in promoting technology services destinations globally. His work includes ecosystem and capacity assessment, skill development, policy advocacy, investment promotion, industry roadmap development, innovation enablement and global positioning strategy creation. He currently leads the Innovation and Robotic Process Automation competency in the firm.

Growth of Creative Industry. PwC Research Insights

Speakers:

Stanislav Sheliakin

Stanislav Sheliakin

Senior Consultant, PwC Ukraine

Mike Hinchey is Professor of Software Engineering at University of Limerick, Ireland. Professor Hinchey was Director of the NASA Software Engineering Laboratory; he continues to serve as a NASA Expert. Hinchey holds a B.Sc. in Computer Systems from University of Limerick, an M.Sc. in Computation from University of Oxford and a PhD in Computer Science from University of Cambridge. The author/editor of more than 15 books and over 200 articles on various aspects of Software Engineering. Mr. Hinchey is a Chartered Engineer, Chartered Engineering Professional, Chartered Mathematician and Charted Information Technology Professional.

Panel Discussion “Expanding Role of Creative Industry”

During the discussion with the officials we will debate topics of the previous part of the block to find out new joint points for an effective dialogue.

Speakers:

Oleksandr Danchenko

Oleksandr Danchenko

Head of the Parliamentary Committee for Informatization and Communications

Ukrainian politician, Member of Parliament of Ukraine. Previously held a position of General Diector at Datagrouop company.

Yury Antoniuk

Yury Antoniuk

President of "IT Ukraine" Association, Managing Director at EPAM Ukraine

Yury holds position of the President of the Association "IT Ukraine", is a leader and visionary of EPAM Ukraine, part of the international corporation EPAM Systems. Yuriy lead Ukrainian EPAM office since the first year of foundation. Under his leadership, EPAM Ukraine became the largest outsourcing company in Ukraine.
By focusing on the business and technical competence of the company, Yuri launched another 4 offices in EPAM Ukraine actively developing the cooperation programs with major universities Ukraine to prepare the young professionals.

Valeriy Kutsyy

Valeriy Kutsyy

CEO, Miratech

Valeriy holds a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and an Executive MBA. Joined Miratech in 1998 as a software engineer. He advanced through a range of positions with increasing responsibilities and began serving as CEO in January, 2008. Valeriy also is a member of the Metro New York chapter of the World Presidents’ Organization (WPO).

Andrii Yavorsky

Andrii Yavorsky

VP Engineering, GlobalLogic

Andrii Yavorsky has more than 10 years of experience in IT industry, and particularly in project management. He is a Certified Scrum Master and a Certified Project Management Professional. He has joined GlobalLogic team in 2009 as a Senior Project Manager and rose from the ranks to Vice President. Currently, he serves as Engineering Location Head at GlobalLogic Kyiv.

Andrii Yavorskyi is also an author of a number of publications, an experienced speaker at professional events and a jury member at IT Awards.

Nataliya Mykolska

Nataliya Mykolska

Trade Representative of Ukraine - Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine

Nataliya is in charge of export development, conclusion and execution of international agreements, development of a sustainable trade policy, protection of Ukraine's interests in WTO. Among key achievents at the position: Free Trade Agreement with the EU, ratification of the FTA with Canada, development and implementation of the Export Strategy of Ukraine; complex system of export support. During a few years Natalia has been taking part at the Doing Business project, held a position of the Counselor on customs law and regulatory issues at the World Bank and International Finance Corporation.

Olga Panteleimonova

Olga Panteleimonova

CEO, Star Media

Coffee Break

11:30 - 12:00

Global competition. Are we ready?

The main hall

12:00 - 13:30

Together with a representative of the World Bank we will discuss significant trends and
current transformations of global economy, talk about imminent challenges for economics
and how they will change our regular picture.

Moreover, we will look over the key tendencies in IT, especially – changes in labor market.
What competences of your staff you should develop right now to be prepared for new market
conditions – Patrick Corcoran will answer these questions during his speech “Digital
Workforce”.

Moderator:

Andrii Suslenko

Andrii Suslenko

Head of Communications at Civil and Political School

Over his career, conducted more than 1,000 interviews live and pre-recorded on the television channels "Espreso.TV" and "Channel 5”. His guests were mostly politicians, diplomats, political scientists, entrepreneurs, social and civic activists, public figures, volunteers, athletes and others from Ukraine and all over the world.

Over the past 3 years, held more than 70 events – corporate events, presentations, moderation of debates, round tables, conferences and auctions.

Andrii is fluent in 3 languages: English, Ukrainian, Russian.

Main trends of the Ukrainian economy development

Speakers:

Konstantin Lezhnin

Konstantin Lezhnin

Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, UKRSIBBANK

Deputy Chairman of the Management Board on Retail Banking of UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group since 2011. Won the "Best Retail Banker" nomination according to the results of 6th Annual Rating "50 leading banks of Ukraine".
Dedicated supporter of idea that introduction of innovations is a key condition for development of the banking sector in Ukraine.
He is actively interested in Fin Tech and was the inspirer of all-Ukrainian startup battle “Time to Grow the Horn”.

The Digital Workforce

Speakers:

Patrick R. Corcoran

Patrick R. Corcoran

Global Director of External Relations, Luxoft

Patrick is the Global Director of External Relations at Luxoft focused on industry analysts, sourcing advisors, and the media. Prior to joining Luxoft, Patrick worked as a Global Account Executive for the International Institute for Learning; Consultant with the Public Affairs Council; Teaching Assistant and Research Associate at The Catholic University of America. He holds an MA of International Relations from The New School and has an extensive publication, interview, and podcast track record. He also enjoys travel, golf, and cooking.

Panel Discussion “Global economics agenda. Ukraine’s place in it”

During the discussion with the officials we will debate topics of the previous part of the block
to find out new joint points for an effective dialogue.

Speakers:

Oleksiy Skrypnyk

Oleksiy Skrypnyk

Co-founder of ELEKS company, Deputy Head of Parliamentary Committee on Science and Education

Ukrainian politician, Member of Parliament of Ukraine, Deputy Head of Permanent Delegation at NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Oleksiy is a famous Ukrainian entrepreneur, scientist and civic leader. Former senior lecturer at software development faculty of Lviv Polytechnic National University. Today he continues to work as a lecturer at Kyiv-Mohyla Business School. Recognized expert in spheres of energy, IT, science and education, management and strategic development.

Patrick R. Corcoran

Patrick R. Corcoran

Global Director of External Relations, Luxoft

Patrick is the Global Director of External Relations at Luxoft focused on industry analysts, sourcing advisors, and the media. Prior to joining Luxoft, Patrick worked as a Global Account Executive for the International Institute for Learning; Consultant with the Public Affairs Council; Teaching Assistant and Research Associate at The Catholic University of America. He holds an MA of International Relations from The New School and has an extensive publication, interview, and podcast track record. He also enjoys travel, golf, and cooking.

Konstantin Lezhnin

Konstantin Lezhnin

Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, UKRSIBBANK

Deputy Chairman of the Management Board on Retail Banking of UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group since 2011. Won the "Best Retail Banker" nomination according to the results of 6th Annual Rating "50 leading banks of Ukraine".

Taras Kytsmey

Taras Kytsmey

Co-Founder and Board Member of SoftServe

Mr. Kytsmey is the Co-Founder of SoftServe. In the early days of SoftServe, Taras was instrumental in delivery of more than 25 software projects, mostly in Information Systems, based-on client-server architecture.Mr. Kytsmey is a frequent speaker on panels related to offshore software development industry in Ukraine, as SoftServe is a co-founder of the IT Ukraine Association and a member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine. He graduated from the Applied Mathematics Faculty of Lviv National Ivan Franko University and obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science with thesis in Fuzzy Database Systems. During 1992-2002, Mr. Kytsmey worked as a professor at the Lviv National Polytechnic University.

Dmitry Kushnir

Dmitry Kushnir

Vice-President of Luxoft

Dmitry Kushnir was born in Ukraine. Dmitry studied Math and Computer Sciences in Ukraine and in the US. He started his career in the US in 1995 building technology startup Brick-and-Mortar.com.
After his return to Ukraine he continued his career in CINTECH company. In 2005 Dmitry took a position of Vice-President in United Software Corporation.
Staring 2006 Dmitry joined Luxoft as a Managing Director for Ukraine location. He continues his career path in Luxoft Switzerland as a Vice-President of Global Delivery Locations. He is responsible for strategy development for Europe, APAC and LATAM countries.

Olena Chaikovska

Olena Chaikovska

Head of the Board of the STEM-coalition of Ukraine

Head of the Department of Computer Science of the Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ph. D., Associate Professor.
The Head of ‘IT in Educational and Cultural Environment’ Work Group of the Committee of Education Matters of the Ukrainian Federation of Informatics; Member of the “Information Technology in Educational Management” Work Group of the Technical Committee #3: Education of the International Federation for Information Processing, the member of organizing committee of the International IT Olympiad for students “IT Universe”; the member of “Community of CIOs of Ukraine”, the Head of representative office of ECDL Foundation in Ukraine, the member of the European Network Association (the “Education” sector).
Respinsible for matters of digitization of hystorical cultural heritage, creation and long term storage of digital resources, providing open access to them as well as matters on overcoming gender stereotypes in choosing STEM professions and increasing number of girls in STEM fields.

Lunch

13:30 - 14:30

IT Education: Fundamentals of the Future

The main hall

14:30 - 16:00

One of the key topics of SDF 5.0 is IT-education and development of human resources potential. Together
with Ukrainian and international experts we will find answers to many important questions: how to build
an effective system of IT-education, how to engage young generation of programmers and where to find
talents.
During the block Mike Hinchey will share the best cases in creation of educational projects for youth.

Moreover, we will see results of the latest research of the Association and definitely change our regular
image of IT-education in Ukraine.

Moderator:

Andrii Suslenko

Andrii Suslenko

Head of Communications at Civil and Political School

Over his career, conducted more than 1,000 interviews live and pre-recorded on the television channels "Espreso.TV" and "Channel 5”. His guests were mostly politicians, diplomats, political scientists, entrepreneurs, social and civic activists, public figures, volunteers, athletes and others from Ukraine and all over the world.

Over the past 3 years, held more than 70 events – corporate events, presentations, moderation of debates, round tables, conferences and auctions.

Andrii is fluent in 3 languages: English, Ukrainian, Russian.

Encouraging engagement in programming

Speakers:

​Mike Hinchey

​Mike Hinchey

IFIP President

Mike Hinchey is Professor of Software Engineering at University of Limerick, Ireland. Professor Hinchey was Director of the NASA Software Engineering Laboratory; he continues to serve as a NASA Expert. Hinchey holds a B.Sc. in Computer Systems from University of Limerick, an M.Sc. in Computation from University of Oxford and a PhD in Computer Science from University of Cambridge. The author/editor of more than 15 books and over 200 articles on various aspects of Software Engineering. Mr. Hinchey is a Chartered Engineer, Chartered Engineering Professional, Chartered Mathematician and Charted Information Technology Professional.

Presentation of Educational Portrait of IT Specialist

Speakers:

Kostiantyn Patsera

Kostiantyn Patsera

Adjunct Professor in Statistics & Business Analysis

Kostyantyn Patsera is is a head of Analytical Boutique company. Before entering consulting sphere
Kostyantyn was working at Kyivstar as Modeling Manager in Business Analysis
and Marketing Planning department. Since 2012 he has been teaching courses Analytics
for TOP-managers and Analytics for HR at LvBS [Lviv Business School of UCU].
Corporate clients: OKKO, Kyivstar, Imperial Tobacco, Comfy, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Nemiroff, Raiffeisen Bank Aval, Ukrsibbank, MTS, British American Tobacco and many others.

Panel Discussion with Ministry of Education

Together with business and authority representatives we will discuss results of the research
and talk about opportunities of IT-education development in Ukraine.

Speakers:

Yaroslav Prytula

Yaroslav Prytula

Dean of Faculty of Applied Sciences, Ukrainian Catholic University

Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics, professor of quantitative methods for business decisions making and economics at UCU’s Lviv Business School. Visiting research scholar at The George Washington University (USA). Was a research consultant for the National Bank of Poland in the area of economic projections for Eastern Europe. Fellow of the Global Policy Fellows Program at the Institute of Higher Education Policy (Washington, USA). Interested in econometric modeling and forecasting, research in micro- and macro-economics.

​Mike Hinchey

​Mike Hinchey

IFIP President

Mike Hinchey is Professor of Software Engineering at University of Limerick, Ireland. Professor Hinchey was Director of the NASA Software Engineering Laboratory; he continues to serve as a NASA Expert. Hinchey holds a B.Sc. in Computer Systems from University of Limerick, an M.Sc. in Computation from University of Oxford and a PhD in Computer Science from University of Cambridge. The author/editor of more than 15 books and over 200 articles on various aspects of Software Engineering. Mr. Hinchey is a Chartered Engineer, Chartered Engineering Professional, Chartered Mathematician and Charted Information Technology Professional.

Eran Lasser

Eran Lasser

CO-FOUNDER, DAN.IT education

Israeli entrepreneur with over 20 years in IT-business and IT-education. Founder of educational center John Bryce Training, that today occupies 70% of IT-education market in Israel. Branches of the Center actively work in China, Turkey and Hungary. Since 2015 Eran has been combining positions of Executive Head of the Board at IT-company Extreme Group (Israel) and Senior Investment Advisor at venture capital fund Synergy China Funds (China).

Tetiana Khriapina

Tetiana Khriapina

Head of Learning & Development, GlobalLogic

Tetiana Khriapina has been a Head of Learning & Development at GlobalLogic Ukraine for almost 6 years. She is in charge of internal training programs as well as cooperation with universities and other educational establishments.

Yaroslav Lyubinets

Yaroslav Lyubinets

Chairman of the Board, SoftServe

Having joined SoftServe in 1995, Mr. Lyubinets acted on various engineering, client facing and management positions. In 1997, he was appointed as a Vice President of Engineering.Over the years, his responsibilities included driving all aspects of the software development lifecycle, from requirements and testing to quality standards and release to client success. Mr. Lyubinets graduated from the Applied Mathematics Faculty of Lviv National Ivan Franko University in Ukraine, and obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science. For over fifteen years, he has been a research staff member and a professor at the Lviv National Polytechnic University, teaching information systems related courses. In 2007, Mr. Lyubinets completed the Presidents` MBA program at the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School, and in 2013 he graduated from Harvard Business School.

Mykhaylo Hryshchenko

Mykhaylo Hryshchenko

Advisor to the Minister of Education and Science on Digital Competence Development

Coffee Break

16:00 - 16:30

Panel Discussion "IT ecosystems development"

The main hall

16:30 - 17:15

Moderator:

Marina Vyshegorodskikh

Marina Vyshegorodskikh

Senior Advisor to the Board of Directors Ciklum Holdings

Marina has a Master degree in Mathematics and Statistics of University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

10+ years of HR experience in IT sphere.
The last 12 years of her life Marina invested into building Ciklum – which became a global company with over 2500 employees in 16 offices across the world place, where people can realise their potential.

Speakers:

Оleksandr Kubrakov

Оleksandr Kubrakov

Executive Director, "IT Ukraine" Association

Oleksandr Kubrakov, Executive Director of the Association "Information Technologies of Ukraine"
Oleksandr has eight years of experience in management positions in the ICT sector.
The last 5 years before the beginning of cooperation with the Association Oleksandr has implemented a number of state projects from the National Reforms Council, Better Regulation Delivery Office and the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

Andrey Biryukov

Andrey Biryukov

Executive Director of Hi-Tech office Ukraine, Advisor to First Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economic Development and Trade of S. Kubiv

Andrii has more than 20 years of experience in the field of IT technologies and modern payment systems. In particular, the National Bank of Ukraine.
Since 2004, as a public figure he has been actively representing the interests of the IT industry in government bodies, the Kyiv City State Administration, the Verkhovna Rada, the cabinet of Ministers of Ukrainе.
From 2016, the adviser to the First Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine (НІ Tесh Strategy).

Konstantin Vasyuk

Konstantin Vasyuk

Executive Director of IT Committee European Business Association

Fifth year in a row Kostyantyn leads the Committee of the information technologies of Association, which unites the leading companies of the industry. Within the activities of sectorial union Mr. Vasyuk protects the interests of IT-industry on legislative, reputational and informational levels. Kosttantyn is experienced at the last trends, legislative environment and general situation of the environment of the highly qualified IT services. In 2016 Mr. Vasyuk together with PwC presented the first research of the impact of Ukrainian IT industry on the economy of the country.

 Nataly Veremeeva

Nataly Veremeeva

Board member. Events and Community director, KYIV IT Cluster

Nataly has been working in IT since 2005, her primary specialization is marketing and sales, but from 2014 Nataly is actively involved in a new trend - community building.
Nataly founded or actively participated in the development of 3 clubs of directors and salespeople of IT companies, and now is busy taking part in building KYIV IT Cluster.
Nataly graduated from the MBA in MIM business school under the program of young statesmen of Garik Korogodskiy Generation UA, wrote a diploma on Clusters, which gave theoretical basis to her practical knowledge and more clear vision of the perspectives and ways of development of Clusters.

Olga Afanasyeva

Olga Afanasyeva

Executive Director, PhD in Finance, Changemaker New Europe 100 rating (according to Financial Times, Google, Res Publica)

Olga Afanasyeva was appointed as the Executive Director in March 2016. Olga has got PhD degree on Finance at the Ukrainian banking academy of the National Bank of Ukraine, had been studying at University of Applied Sciences of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Academy of Capital Market Leaders at Lesław A. Paga Foundation (Poland). Olga has 8 years’ experience in lecturing at Ukrainian banking academy of the National Bank of Ukraine, University of Greenwich (London, UK), as well as at the Jean Monnet Program of Erasmus +. Has got an experience in corporate governance and international cooperation. In 2015 has been working at the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

Olga is the member of EU Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Working Group “Economic Integration & Convergence with EU Policies", author of more then 50 scientific papers, researches, and 3 books in finance, investments and Banking.

Sofia Belenkova

Sofia Belenkova

Executive Director Kharkiv IT Cluster

Sofiya has 13+ years of experience in driving change in large-scale international and local transformation programs. In July 2017 she joined the team of Kharkiv IT Cluster as Executive Director to drive development of environment for technology business in Kharkiv region.

Follow the Leader: the Best Cases of Ukrainian IT in the World

The main hall

17:15 - 18:00

Did you know that over 100 representatives of Fortune 500 are clients of Ukrainian IT-
companies? During the block we will check cases of successful cooperation between
Ukrainian business and famous international clients. Speakers will tell about success factors,
lessons learnt and plans for the future.

Moderator:

Kerry Hallard

Kerry Hallard

President and CEO of the Global Sourcing Association UK

Kerry previously held the titles of CEO of the National Outsourcing Association and Director of the European Outsourcing Association and recently led the organisations’ highly successful global rebrand.

Kerry’s focus is on growing the reach and the positive reputation of the sourcing industry globally, through the development and dissemination of standards and qualifications. Kerry recently established the GSA’s Standard Advisory Group, enlisting representation from 20 countries around the world, as well as senior buyers, service providers and accreditation partners.

Speakers:

Pavel Tkachev

Pavel Tkachev

Head of IT BAT UCCAB

Iaroslav German

Iaroslav German

Director, Software Engineering, EPAM Systems

Closing Speech

The main hall

18:00 - 18:15

Speakers:

Taras Kytsmey

Taras Kytsmey

Co-Founder and Board Member of SoftServe

Mr. Kytsmey is the Co-Founder of SoftServe. In the early days of SoftServe, Taras was instrumental in delivery of more than 25 software projects, mostly in Information Systems, based-on client-server architecture.Mr. Kytsmey is a frequent speaker on panels related to offshore software development industry in Ukraine, as SoftServe is a co-founder of the IT Ukraine Association and a member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine. He graduated from the Applied Mathematics Faculty of Lviv National Ivan Franko University and obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science with thesis in Fuzzy Database Systems. During 1992-2002, Mr. Kytsmey worked as a professor at the Lviv National Polytechnic University.

SWEETS & WINE

18:15 - 19:00

PARTNERS

Organizer

Association

Exclusive partner

MIRATECH

Bank partner

UKRSIBBANK

Gold partners

EPAM GlobalLogic SoftServe

Silver partners

Ciklum Svitla Systems

Media partners

FOCUS Ukraine Business Journal BrainTV MIND HROMADSKE ЛІГА.net

HR Partner

Work.ua

Supporting by

The Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Committee for Informatization and Communications

Information partners

Kyiv IT Cluster IT Dnipro Community Kharkiv IT Cluster Ivano-Frankivsk IT cluster Mykolaiv IT Cluster Lviv IT Cluster Vinnytsia IT-cluster Cherkasy IT Cluster  Konotop IT Cluster JBS Lutsk IT cluster Bukovyna Innovative Technology Cluster Ukrainian Bar Association UVCA | Ukrainian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association Асоціація відкритих міст Ukrainian Association for Innovation Development The Association of Ukrainian Cities American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine Export Promotion Office ITEM conference KYIV-MOHYLA BUSINESS-SCHOOL UNIT Factory iHUB Lviv Business School EBA Hi Tech Office Ukraine Smart Agro Forum

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