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Prisma Day is a one day, single-track conference in Berlin focused on databases and application development. Covers the latest database trends. Focuses on database best practices, especially relating to application development Features talks on how companies used Prisma to increase developer productivity The data and application development space is rapidly evolving. Application developers have access to an expanding array of data tooling (from GraphQL and gRPC to a variety of Relational, Graph, or NoSQL databases) to choose from. Prisma Day will detail the most interesting techniques and tools in the space, as well give the context and background on what exactly makes these new approaches so useful. Prisma Day, additionally, seeks to offer best practices and practical information across different tools and use-cases. By bringing together experts in the database field and developers interested in the latest workflows, the one day event will give a deep introduction to modern approaches for managing application data.
Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom
You should come to Brighton Ruby. It’s a friendly, single day, single track event for Rubyists and the Ruby-curious. We’re nice. The speakers are ace. You should come. Aaron Patterson, Sarah Mei & Vaidehi Joshi confirmed!
Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
DevOpsDays DC is a two-day gathering of the DC technical community to learn, share, and discuss the cultural and technical aspects of the DevOps movement. DevOpsDays DC is a welcoming environment where the background, experience, and curiosity of every individual is celebrated. We are an event focused on learning from each other and truly believe that everyone has something to offer. We do not want the ability to afford the cost of a ticket to create a barrier to attending.
Cambridge, United Kingdom
The eLife Innovation Sprint is a collaborative event where we bring together skilled developers, designers, technologists, researchers, etc to develop technological solutions and prototypes to change the way we share and consume science research. The current science publishing system is slow, expensive, ineffective and closed: most of the research output is locked behind paywalls and difficult to reuse, and contributions of researchers are not credited transparently nor appropriately. At eLife, we believe strongly that open-source technologies can help solve some of these problems. Last year, 62 participants from 9 countries worked on 12 different projects, from plug-ins and web-based tools to designing conceptual shifts in the way we share, review and endorse research (see the [Sprint 2018 summary](https://sprint.elifesciences.org/sprint-2018)). More than half of the projects continued beyond the Sprint, with some developing into fully functional prototypes with the support of eLife and other organisations such as the Mozilla Foundation and the Wellcome Trust. Participants established personal networks and collaborations lasting until today.
From fledgling startups to established industry, the The Netherlands is home to a large, vibrant technology community. Amsterdam, in particular, has been a flurry of activity in the past several years, drawing attention from around the globe. devopsdays Amsterdam brings development, operations, QA, InfoSec, management, and leadership together to discuss the culture and tools to make better organizations and products. The 2019 event will be the seventh time we have held devopsdays Amsterdam, and it should be bigger and better than ever before! We expect 500 people this year and will be holding the event on June 26-28, 2019 at the [Pakhuis de Zwijger](https://www.devopsdays.org/events/2019-amsterdam/location/) in downtown Amsterdam. The format of devopsdays Amsterdam includes a single track of 30 minute talks in the morning of each event, followed by Ignite talks (5 minute, auto forwarding). We spend the rest of the afternoon in Open Spaces, which are considered a key portion of the event. For those not interested in the Open Spaces, we continue offering the single track around a specific theme (previously around Security and HumanOps).
Baltimore, MD, United States
Container Camp AU is Australia's container technology conference. Join us in Sydney on July 25-26th to hear from innovative enterprises, tech giants and startups who are transforming enterprise IT and driving business innovation with containers.
London, United Kingdom
Serverless Days London is a conference focused serverless cloud platforms. This event is for everyone from experienced serverless developers to those who've only heard the buzzword and want to understand more. It will be a single day, single track, community event in London on July 6th. This conference will be relevant to anyone who might be building backends in the cloud in the future. We will have sessions on all the major platforms including AWS Lambda, IBM Cloud Functions, Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions and more. Talks will cover all aspect of serverless development, no prior experience with serverless is necessary but please don't tell us that serverless still uses servers, we've heard it before..
A brand new Clojure conference in the heart of Europe. On August 2nd the European community comes together for two days of talks, activities, and summer fun. Offering: - 15 minutes from the Brussels airport - Accessible Venue - Excellent Keynotes - Lightning talks The event is curated for all experience levels, beginner to advanced. We will have talks ranging from Clojure and its tooling to Creative Coding, Community and Diversity, and Society and Ethics.
Prague, Czech Republic
Write the Docs brings everyone who writes the docs together in the same room: Programmers, Tech Writers, Support, Designers, Developer Advocates, and more. We all have things to learn from each other, and there’s no better way than sitting together and talking. We invite you to join 300 other folks in our event to explore the art and science of documentation.
Burlingame, California, United States
CloudyCon will deliver real world stories, expertise and inspiration for and by FinOps leaders and practitioners – all aimed at helping the community members and their teams become better at cloud financial management. Attend CloudyCon to interact with a diverse group of FinOps practitioners, technology leaders, business executives, technical procurement managers, cloud financial analysts, cloud economists and finance operations professionals who, like you, have played a role in their organization’s journey in adopting the cloud. CloudyCon is a FinOps conference hosted by Cloudability that will include workshops, breakouts and certification opportunities in partnership with the FinOps Foundation.
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Canvas Conference is a single day digital product and experience conference sharing the insider stories from people solving real customer problems. We are single track event of inspirational and informative talks for people who design, make and deliver digital products and experiences. Our speakers will share with us not only their successes and failures but their lessons learned and the journey they went on. There’s no high-level overviews or brand evangelists, we provide actionable insights from real people doing the hard work designing and managing digital products and customer experiences. We have 10 free tickets available which have been kindly donated by our partners, Balsamiq.
Créé en 2018 par et pour la communauté, We Love Speed est né de l’envie de partager le plus largement possible les connaissances et expériences en matière de webperf. Professionnels du web, de l’e-commerce et experts de la webperf, cet événement est fait pour vous ! Décideurs, développeurs… retrouvons-nous pour une journée, et peut-être quelques soirées, dans une des plus belles villes de France, afin d’échanger sur la WebPerf : ses enjeux, son implémentation, ses acteurs mais aussi l’organisation des entreprises qui l’implémentent.
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Berlin, Berlin, Germany
School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe are offering two diversity tickets per four-week full-time program in 2019. Topics include: coding and physicalcomputing for beginners, AR, VR, MR, fabrication, data, bots, and machine learning plus others. Applications accepted until 15. January!Application deadline passed
The annual European Ruby conference will dock in Rotterdam. EuRuKo is a 2-day, single track conference. Confirmed keynotes include Eileen M. Uchitelle, Rails Core Team member, and Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto. The conference will take place on the historic ss Rotterdam cruise ship, and one day prior to the conference we’ll host a Rails Girls workshop, an event that aims to spark interest for web and application development.Application deadline passed
Seattle, WA, United States
ChefConf is the largest gathering of the Chef community, featuring state of the art content from teams leading the way to becoming more fast, efficient and innovative with their technical practices. ChefConf features stories from some of the world's largest companies, sharing how they've become more agile, more competitive, and more effective technically through the use of automation tools like Chef's Automate, Habitat, and InSpec products. The Chef community hails from all over the world and includes dozens of industries - from healthcare, to transportation, to government, to plucky startups. It reflects the overall technical industry it draws from, though, and is not as diverse as it could and should be. For the past several years we have offered full conference passes to members of our community from groups typically underrepresented in technology. We are happy to be able to do so again this year. If you are familiar with our projects, or willing to learn about the cutting edge of application, security, and infrastructure automation, please join us. This year we’ll be in Chef’s hometown of Seattle, Washington! We’re excited to have this event in Seattle and we would love to share it with you.Application deadline passed
Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, Netherlands
WeCamp 2019 is 5-day coding retreat on a private island. You will be teamed up with 4 others and a personal coach to create the fantastic software that you've always wanted to build. In just five days, you'll start with an idea, transform it into a new software concept and develop it into a finished product. You will be supported by the coach to set and achieve personal goals, both during the event and after. WeCamp is not just a tech event but also a personal development event. While the event comes from the PHP community, people from other languages are welcome and even encouraged to also register. This is yet another opportunity for everyone to learn from each other.Application deadline passed
Toronto, ON, Canada
DevOps Days Toronto is the Toronto instance of a global conference series dedicated to DevOps since 2009 You can read more about it at https://devopsto.com and https://devopsdays.org We'd love for you to join us!Application deadline passed
A RIPE Meeting is a five-day event where Internet Service Providers (ISPs), network operators and other interested parties gather to discuss issues of interest to the Internet community. We welcome hundreds of attendees from all over the world to come together to discuss and share best practices on: * IPv6 deployment * Managing IPv4 scarcity * Data centre technologies * Network and DNS operations * Internet governance and regulatory practices * Network and routing security * Content delivery * Internet peering and mobile data exchange * Connected Things (aka. Internet of Things – IoT) We also offer on-site childcare for children ages 6m-10yo.Application deadline passed
With internationally recognized speakers, Pioneer Grid puts together business and technology to visualize the possibilities of the blockchain, creating new platforms and ideas that put existing business models back in the driver's seat.Application deadline passed
In celebration of the 10th anniversary, Scala Days in 2019 will take place where it all started – at EPFL, June 11th until 13th hosted in the SwissTech Convention Center. The Scala Days conference started in 2010, with about 150 people. In the meantime, it grew to become the leading Scala conference in the world, with two editions every year, around 1500 participants, great workshops, related community events; attracting businesses, developers and Scala lovers all over the globe. For 10 years, Scala Days brings together developers to share their experiences and new ideas around creating applications with Scala and related technologies, like Spark, Kafka, and Akka. Scala Days provides a unique opportunity for Scala users to interact with the contributors to the language and related technologies and connect with fellow developers.Application deadline passed
This 7th edition of CSS Day in Amsterdam will include an entire day dedicated to UI on the Web, followed by our regular advanced CSS conference on Friday. Our attendees have been working with CSS for years and they know it inside-out. So we always ask our speakers to treat the really geeky CSS stuff – and that’s what you’ll get. Combine this with the UI side of things and learn what web browsers can do for your users today, together with 350 other developers and designers!Application deadline passed
GR8Conf is an independent, affordable conference dedicated to the technologies in the Groovy ecosystem. We feed the brains of attendees with all the important stuff from the Groovy, Grails, and Micronaut community. Starting in 2017 we also expanded our reach to include relevant DevOps topics including Jenkins. We have in-depth talks and workshops covering all major technologies in the Groovy ecosystem and DevOps technologies. Some of the technologies covered on the main conference are Groovy, Grails, Gradle, Spock, GMetrics, GContracts, Griffon, Micronaut, and many many more. On the DevOps track, there will be sessions on continuous integration, continuous delivery, build technologies, deployment platforms, container tools and more.Application deadline passed
IPFS Camp is a 3 day hacker retreat designed for the builders of the Distributed Web. Join the core developers for a hands on experience packed with workshops, lectures and deep-dives. You’ll be welcomed to our amazing campus on the outskirts of Barcelona and after an opening address from mission control, we’ll have our first group dinner under the stars where you can meet your fellow campers and get ready for an action packed weekend of hacking, activities, workshops and more.Application deadline passed
Chicago, IL, United States
React Loop is a single day ReactJS conference bringing together a diverse and inclusive group of React enthusiasts from all backgrounds and levels of experience. Speakers will cover topics such as React, React Native, and the related tools in the ever-growing React ecosystem.Application deadline passed
Bristol, United Kingdom
Back for the third time, [Pixel Pioneers Bristol](https://pixelpioneers.co/events/bristol-2019) is a one-day community conference for front-end developers and UX/UI designers, featuring some of the industry's brightest minds. It's located right at the harbourside in the heart of the city. Check out the photos from the previous editions in (https://www.flickr.com/photos/156253976@N05/albums/72157668803989927) and (https://www.flickr.com/photos/156253976@N05/albums/72157685748017646). ## The line-up for Bristol 2019 * Rachel Andrew: Grids All the Way Down * Lisi Linhart: Practical Web Animation * Phil Hawksworth: The JAMstack * Chen Hui Jing: DevTools and Modern CSS Layouts * Verne Ho: The Value of a Conversation * Jon Tan: Durable Design And two more speakers are still to be announced.Application deadline passed
The biggest Java & JVM Conference in Spain (27-29th of May). In this 5th edition we've confirmed great speakers like Venkat Subramaniam, Josh Long, Arun Gupta, Mario Fusco & Brian Goetz and more. We will cover many different topics during these 2 days of talks, from #Java to #JVM langs (Scala/Clojure/Groovy/Kotlin...), from #microservices to #kubernetes, from #cleancode and #DDD to #reactive and #iot. And if you want to get an idea of how the last edition was like, you can check the summary video of the 2018 edition: https://youtu.be/5ataEk3TWQsApplication deadline passed
Toulouse, Occitanie, France
## French Sud Web est un événement qui se déroule chaque année dans une ville différente du Sud de la France. Destiné à l'origine aux professionnels du web, la communauté s'agrandit d'année en année et aborde de nombreux sujets, pas uniquement techniques (éco-conception, citoyenneté, apprentissage et auto-formation, avenir des métiers du numérique,...). ## English Sud Web is a yearly conference taking place in the far south of France, every year a different city. At first it was built for web professionals, but quickly it became more and more inclusive and now giving also non-technical speechs (green-code, citizenship, e-learning or self-made-wo-men, ...). More informations : https://sudweb.fr/2019/ Please note that the speakers are french, but we gladly allow english speaking at our event :)Application deadline passed
Join us for the third annual GraphQL Conf (formerly GraphQL Europe) in Berlin on 20-21st of June 2019. Spanning two days, the conference is bigger and more in-depth than ever before! Organized by Honeypot and Prisma and with talks from speakers like Lee Byron and Dan Schafer (co-creators of GraphQL), Mirela Iclodean (Twitter) and many more to be announced soon - this is an opportunity to learn about GraphQL best practices from industry experts and become part of the thriving GraphQL community. You will be hosted in a cosmic location in the center of Berlin and provided with food, drinks and a legendary after party. Are you interested in sharing your knowledge about GraphQL and giving a talk yourself? Consider submitting a talk proposal https://www.papercall.io/graphqlconf19. We love hearing about your ideas!Application deadline passed