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ServerlessDays Helsinki is a developer-oriented conference about serverless technologies. We believe in and encourage practical sessions, in which developers share their experience and lessons from real-world projects. ServerlessDays Helsinki is part of ServerlessDays (formerly JeffConf), a global series of events around the world fostering communities around serverless technologies. We follow and enforce the ServerlessDays Code of Conduct.
ServerlessDays is a community-focused, single track, one-day event that moves away from the hype and focuses on the reality of serverless based solutions. It’s about fostering a community locally and helping all of us learn from each other as we embrace a new way of building applications. 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 Amsterdam on March 29th.
WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that should be attended by everyone who uses WordPress, and everyone who could/should use WordPress. This includes bloggers, designers, developers, authors, marketers, SEOs, businesses, startups, non-profits, consultants, entrepreneurs, etc. On the first day we'll have 2 tracks of talks on WordPress and adjacent topics in German and English. The second day is [Contributor Day](https://2019.vienna.wordcamp.org/2018/08/13/what-is-a-wordpress-contributor-day-and-why-should-i-come/) where together we work on WordPress as an Open Source Software as well as a community project.
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.
london, United Kingdom
ReactJS Girls is a non-profit one-day conference for every React developer, where female-identifying speakers will take the stage. The conference will gather 300 React developers for a single-track content-rich day in London. ReactJS Girls main focus is supporting the diversity community in React and offering a safe place to every developer, regardless of gender.
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.
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.
React Finland combines the Finnish React community with international flavor. In this single track event you will learn more about React and surrounding topics while meeting some of the leading talents of the community. In addition to enjoying the event, this is your chance to explore Finland
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!
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.
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!
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!
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Portland, OR, United States
EmberConf is three days of activities, sessions, talks and trainings with the Ember Core Team and community members from around the world. Join us in Portland for this annual gathering of everyone and everything Ember!Application deadline passed
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
A full-day, two-track conference on all things React, gathering Front-end and Full-stack developers across the globe in the tech heart of Europe. We're coming back with a new gig on April 12, 2019. Mark your calendars for the biggest React community event. Same as last year, days before (and after) the main event, we'll host a training day, with three workshops on advanced React, GraphQL as well as a crash course on React Native.Application deadline passed
## The ReasonML conference for web developers & OCaml enthusiasts. Last year, we have been eagerly onboarding newcomers to the language and we will continue to do so. This year, the conference is all about shipping products and tools built with Reason & OCaml. ### Day 1: Workshops & Knowledge Transfer The first day is dedicated to different workshops for different skill levels and topics. There are beginner friendly workshops about Reason and ReasonReact as well as more advanced workshops about GraphQL and OCaml. Our workshop leaders are more experienced Reason / OCaml users and Reason core team members. Check the ticket section for details. ### Day 2: Conference Day The conference day will be a single-stage setup with a variety of talks about Reason & OCaml related R&D, case studies and the community. ### Day 3: Open Stage & Reason Dojo Day The last day will be split in an Open Stage session with recorded lightning talks in the morning and a Reason Dojo with experienced Dojo Leaders in the afternoon.Application deadline passed
Racketfest is a one-day event to learn & share what’s great about the [Racket programming language](https://racket-lang.org) and its philosophy of language-oriented programming.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
Bologna, Bologna, Italy
Code BEAM Lite Bologna, Italy, is about discovering the future of the Erlang and Elixir ecosystems. It brings together developers as a community to share knowledge & ideas, learn from each other and inspire to invent the future. Anyone from an under-represented group in tech is invited to apply for a Diversity Ticket!Application deadline passed
Düsseldorf, NRW, Germany
**beyond tellerrand** is an independent design and development event established in 2010 and organised by Marc Thiele. Two days with talks about design, technology, development and much more. Networking **in a very friendly and familiar atmosphere** is written in big letters as well. [beyond tellerrand](https://beyondtellerrand.com), the name of my event, is a mix of the English word “beyond” and the German word “Tellerrand”, which is the edge of a plate. In Germany you say “Über den Tellerrand schauen” which translates to “Look over the edge of your plate”, meaning something like “Think outside the box”. That describes the aim of mixing different topics to have (force!) people to not only look at their day by day stuff, but also look left and right. It also is shown in the mix of topics at the event, where quite a lot is about web related stuff (mostly front end or “web design”), but spiced with a lot of interesting and inspiring other stuff too.Application deadline passed
Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania
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
Marbella, Malaga, Spain
JOTB is an international rendezvous for developers and DevOps around Big Data technologies. A fun conference to learn and share the latest experiences, tips and tricks related to Big Data technologies and, the most important part, it’s On The Beach!Application deadline passed
San Francisco, CA, United States
The Call for Presentations is open until Friday, December 7: https://flink-forward.org/sf-2019/call-for-presentations-submit-talk/ Flink Forward is the conference for Apache Flink® and the stream processing communities. Join core Flink committers, new and experienced users, and thought leaders to share experiences and best practices in stream processing, real-time analytics, event-driven applications, and managing mission-critical Flink deployments in production. At Flink Forward, participants have the opportunity to hear from experts who have built scalable streaming infrastructure and enterprise-grade applications, view live demos and attend in-depth technical talks on the internals of stream processing technologies. Participants learn how global companies like Google, Yelp, eBay, Alibaba, Uber, American Express, Netflix, Lyft, and Capital One use Flink as the stream processing engine of choice for large-scale stateful applications, including real-time analytics, real-time search and content ranking, fraud/anomaly/threat detection. Flink Forward kicks off with a full day of training sessions on April 1. Our training sessions are led by members of the data Artisans team. A higher quality training session is hard to find! You’ll take part in a hands-on learning session led by true experts. The training day is followed by a conference day on April 2 with keynotes and talks on production Flink use cases, to Apache Flink® internals, to the growth of the Flink ecosystem, and many more topics on stream processing and real-time analytics. After an inspiring first day of technical sessions, we invite you to join our Flink Fest in the evening on April 2.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
Atlanta, GA, United States
In our 14th year, we are the longest running PHP and related technology conference in the United States. We focus on bringing the experts in the field to you, the PHP developer. Our speakers share their experience and knowledge to level up your game over three days, while we provide plenty of opportunity for networking with the community as well. This year php[tek] is being organized into a series of tracks, each dedicated to teaching you in-depth information about a specific topic. Leading up these tracks are hand-selected track chairs, chosen for their knowledge in the field and excellent presenters. They are all working together to create a unique curriculum to take your skills to the next level. Each track’s design is a series of new talks that flow together smoothly, and yet, you can drop in/out of a track throughout the day as needed. Each session will be in a 1-hr timeslot. You can choose to sit in one room all day and learn a topic from beginning to end or bounce between the various tracks, putting together a unique learning experience tailored to your needs. The choice is yours.Application deadline passed
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
### What happens when we use what's best for a change? Are you interested in technologies beyond the mainstream, that a are a pleasure to use, and effective at getting the job done? BOB is the forum for developers, architects and builders to explore and discover the best tools available today for building software. Our goal is for all participants to leave the conference with new ideas to improve development back at the ranch. We are committed to diversity: We aim at exploring a wide range of tools in a welcoming and friendly crowd of diverse people. To that end, a number of support options for participants from groups under-represented in tech are available.Application deadline passed