<h3>Die Mitmachkonferenz für Extreme ProgrammiererInnen</h3> <p>Offene Konferenz für Agile Software Entwicklung und Extreme Programming mit Fokus auf Entwicklerthemen.</p> <p>Community Day, Vorträge, Hands-On, Extreme Presentations und Diskussionsrunden</p>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
### VueConfTO 2018 - Vue.js Conference Be part of the awesome Vue.js conference happening in the tech city Toronto, Canada from Nov, 14 to 16, 2018. 7 Workshops, 24+ Session talks, 3 fun leaning days. Conference Venue: Fairmont Royal York, Toronto Conference Date: 15-16 Nov, 2018 Workshop Date: 14 Nov, 2018 Workshop Venue: Pantages Hotel, Toronto Learn all about Vue.js, Nuxt.js, Vuetify.js, Cypress, Testing, Accessibility, SPA, Reactivity and other core topics. #### Diversity Tickets We've diversity tickets available for women and people from under-represented groups for the conference. Visit the conference website for more details. Also, there's a FREE workshop for women by VueVixens on the 14th of Nov.
London, London, United Kingdom
On 7th November 2018 Connected Data London brings together Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Technology, Linked Data and Graph Database innovators, thought leaders and practitioners annually in one great conference. This year the conference is hosted at Prospero House in Borough, in central London. Whether you're an industry leader or just starting out you'll find a rich array of topics including: Graph Databases Knowledge Representation approaches & standards such as OWL AI, Semantic Technology & Reasoning Network Analysis & Visualisation Natural Language Processing, annotation & extraction Ontology, Knowledge Graph & Data Model development Differing Graph approaches including Property Graphs, RDF Graphs & Knowledge Graphs Graph Query Languages such as Cypher, Gremlin & others Integration approaches & APIs Recommendation Engines Parallel Graph computing, partitioning Scalability & performance Leading Opensource projects and technologies such as Tinkerpop, Janusgraph & others Metadata, Master Data Management, Data Governance & Data Quality Management
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Established for those who value design, New Adventures began as a trilogy of events between 2011–2013, welcoming 650 attendees from across the globe. We're back for 2019 and beyond, as it’s time to explore an uncertain future, together. Tools, frameworks, automation: what value do they offer, and how will they alter the way digital experiences form? Will you be essential or expendable? Did design sleep in while everyone else got busy defining a new rulebook for our industry? We'll talk about designing smarter. We'll consider labour and ethics, education and inclusivity, the disappearance of weirdness and fun. We'll reconvene, recalibrate, and re-energise digital design. Our speakers include Ethan Marcotte, Jeremy Keith, Clare Sutcliffe MBE, Naz Hamid, Helen Joy, and Jessica White, and we have fringe events across three days in the city.
While the necessity and benefits of accessible services on the web are pretty obvious, web accessibility is still not a widespread practice. Common reasonsings range from putative additional efforts, tight budgets to the misbelief that "validity equals accessibilty". In many cases, however, it seems that the majority of developers simply has no clue where to start — which comes as no surprise as most of them have never gotten their hands on assistive technology. ___ The **[Accessibility Club](https://accessibility-club.org)** started out as a tiny meetup back in 2014. The "concept" was more than simple: Take a bunch of webworkers, lock them into one room with a blind person and his screenreader and [see what happens](https://flic.kr/s/aHsjZafYk4). It was instantly clear that there are tons of things the webworkers could and should learn — and the a11yclub became their conversational starting point. In 2016, the Club [went to Berlin](https://flic.kr/s/aHskNj1H7c) for the first time, attracted more than 30 attendees and 2 international presenters. The format shifted towards a mixture of presentations and barcamp style sessions. When in 2017 [Heydon Pickering](http://www.heydonworks.com/), [Laura Kalbag](https://laurakalbag.com/) and [Detlev Fischer](http://www.3needs.org/en/) joined in, a whopping [70 attendees clearly demonstrated](https://flic.kr/s/aHskriq2DU) that awareness has grown and the topic deserves a bigger stage. Other guests presenters so far include [Marco Zehe](https://www.marcozehe.de/), [Kerstin Probiesch](http://www.barrierefreie-informationskultur.de/), [Rodney Rehm](https://rodneyrehm.de/en/), [Marcy Sutton](https://marcysutton.com/) and [Robin Cristopherson](https://www.abilitynet.org.uk/robinchristopherson). ___ For 2018, [Stefan](https://www.stefanjudis.com/) and [Joschi](https://jkphl.is/), the two times Berlin organiser team, decided to take it even one step further: They're excited (and admittedly a bit nervous) to invite you to the first ever full-day **Accessibility Club Conference**, scheduled for **November 5th, 2018**. As with all the smaller gatherings before, the conference wants to give you the chance to get some real-world experience with assistive technology, deepen your knowledge about web accessibilty and get you in touch with like-minded webworkers. The goal is to enable you to make accessibility a natural part of your daily work and mindset. The event in run **not-for-profit**, anticipates **150-200 participants** and is the first internationally oriented conference in the German-speaking area that covers the topic of „web accessibility“. The [Spreespeicher](https://colloq.io/events/accessibility-club/2018/berlin/1/venues/spreespeicher) in Berlin serves as centrally located, well-connected and **structurally fully accessible venue**. Besides the four selected speakers * [Léonie Watson](https://tink.uk/) (The Paciello Group, W3C) * [Raúl Krauthausen](https://raul.de/) (Sozialhelden) * [Charlie Owen](https://sonniesedge.co.uk/) (Springer Nature) * [Alistair Duggin](http://alistairduggin.co.uk/) (Government Digital Service) 4-5 additional speakers will be picked through a public and anonymous [«Call For Papers»](https://colloq.io/events/accessibility-club/2018/berlin/1/callforpapers). Further topic proposals can be submitted here until July 15th. ## We need your help! In order to achieve our goals need your help: * If you think you can **contribute by giving a presentation**, please consider our [call for papers](https://colloq.io/events/accessibility-club/2018/berlin/1/callforpapers)! * If you think you or your employer can **support as a sponsor**, please [get in touch](mailto:email@example.com). * In any case you can **help spreading the word** so that all potential attendees, contributors and sponsors take note of this conference. Thanks for your support! ❤️ Joschi & Stefan
Vilnius, Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania
Build Stuff is the largest software development conference in Baltics. Not just a conference but rather the active community, every year Build Stuff becomes a 5-day gathering attracting more than 1500 developers around the globe. Prove yourself and see the best moments on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/EUq2SrKXzQc This year with a special focus on diversity, we’re planning to host 70+ world-class speakers come from all over the world, hold 5 tracks per day, as well as panel discussions and open spaces. Happening in Vilnius, Lithuania the conference will feature 3 days (14-16 Nov'18) of sessions and 2 days (17-19 Nov'18) of workshops. Feel free to find the agenda on www.buildstuff.lt Likewise, in addition to this impressive speakers line-up, we host plenty of the highest quality, engaging, and up-to-the-moment workshops during the weekend after the conference.
Rottach-Egern, Bavaria, Germany
Ruby on Ice is a new community conference that wants to take Ruby to new heights. Set against the backdrop of the beautiful Alps at lake Tegernsee it invites Rubyists from all over the world to gather, have fun in the snow and talk about the future of Ruby, Rails and related technologies. We also welcome non-technical topics relevant to the life of a Ruby developer.
London, United Kingdom
Want to understand where Scala is going, what’s Lightbend’s vision for collaboration, competition and interoperability in Scala? How the Dotty project will help develop new technology for Scala tooling and concepts for future Scala language versions? Are you involved in a large Microservices or Big Data project and want to learn how the Reactive Architecture and SMACK stack help address common challenges? Join Scala eXchange London 2018!
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!
Pasadena, CA, United States
SCALE is a community run open source conference held in Los Angeles annually. With over 150 sessions on topics ranging from systems administration to software development, devops, big data, oss education, legal training and more theres something at SCALE for everyone.
## The ReasonML conference for web developers & OCaml enthusiasts. Last year we have been eagerly on-boarding newcomers to the language and we will continue to do so. This year, we designed the conference around shipping products & tools, built in Reason & OCaml. ### Day 1: Workshops & Knowledge Transfer We will offer different workshops, for all kinds of levels. There will be a beginner workshop for Reason newcomers (which is free for anyone with a diversity Ticket) and more practical workshops to get up to speed to build products more efficiently. Pick your favorite! ### 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 Mic & Reason Dojo Day The last day will be split in a Open Microphone session in the noon and a reason-dojo in the afternoon. Take the chance to stand on stage and show the community what you are interested in and take part in a conference-wide reason dojo.
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!
Honolulu, Hi, United States
Are you into React (web), React Native, GraphQL and hungry to learn from the pros as well as the rising stars of the scene? Look no further. React Day Berlin is a brand new event in the city – a two-track conference for Front-end engineers working with the React technology stack. Quality content with careful balance of practical and visionary talks make our event a great place to meet and learn from forward-thinking and international community members, influencers and open source maintainers. Check out details about speakers and talks at https://reactday.berlinFecha límite de la solicitud
London, United Kingdom
Design Systems London is an open-source non-profit community conference for 200 designers and engineers to share experiences, ideas, and approaches on how to design, build and maintain design systems.Fecha límite de la solicitud
Brighton, United Kingdom
GraphQL Finland is a community-organized GraphQL conference. The first of its kind in Finland, the event consists of a workshop day and a day of talks around the topic. GraphQL Finland is organized by the same team that brought you React Finland. There are still few GraphQL conferences in the world. However, GraphQL already has an amazing, vibrant community. We wanted to provide a new platform for people to share their GraphQL experience and a new place for people to learn about GraphQL. In this single track event you will learn more about GraphQL 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. It's still relatively warm in October, trust us.Fecha límite de la solicitud
London, United Kingdom
NixCon is a community-oriented conference for contributors and users of Nix and NixOS. It's about sharing experiences, inspiring people and discussing future development. We would like to learn about how you use Nix and NixOS in your organization and what you are currently working on. The growth of NixOS as a project brings its own challenges and we would like to know how you think the user experience can be improved and how NixOS can be scaled. The event will take place on the ground floor and is wheelchair-accessible.Fecha límite de la solicitud
Lodon, United Kingdom
Sustain events are led by a facilitator. There are no keynotes, talks, or sponsor demos. Our goal is to come together and talk about how to sustain open source.Fecha límite de la solicitud
[beyond tellerrand](https://beyondtellerrand.com) 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. Plus full-day workshops and (mostly) free Side Events around those dates. Networking is written in big letters as well. beyond tellerrand, 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. ## Line-Up for Berlin 2018: - Andy Budd - Josh Clark - Cécile Dormeau - Chen Hui Jing - Kyle MacDonald - Debbie Millman - Gemma O'Brien - David Ross - Oliver Schöndorfer - Jenny Shen - Frederik Vanhoutte - Leonie Watson - Marcin WicharyFecha límite de la solicitud
Washington, D.C., Virginia, United States
We are excited to announce our 4th year for php[world], the annual conference for PHP developers, with special emphasis on WordPress & Drupal development as well! PHP as a language and a community has been rapidly changing in the last few years. A staggering 83% of the Web runs on PHP, and those websites are built on frameworks such as Drupal, WordPress, Magento, Symfony, ZF and Laravel, each of which has their own strong community. We created a conference designed to appeal to all these communities and bring them together. Hence, php[world] was born. An event intended to bring the entire world of PHP together in one place, to encourage cross-pollination of ideas and sharing of ideals.Fecha límite de la solicitud
Code BEAM Lite Amsterdam 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. This one day conference focuses on real-world applications of Erlang, Elixir and the BEAM - all within the context of high-performance and massively scalable distributed systems.Fecha límite de la solicitud
Milan, Lombardia, Italy
ServerlessDays Milan is a conference focused on **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 Milan on Oct 19th. 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..Fecha límite de la solicitud
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
## Europes leading C++ conference. Come to Berlin and enjoy 3 days with a full focus on C++. The conference hosts 3 keynotes and 4 tracks dedicated to talks plus one track dedicated to group meetings/discussions such as C++ User Groups, diversity in C++, #include, Qt, boost, ISO C++, embedded or audio devs.Fecha límite de la solicitud
Join us at [RustFest](https://rome.rustfest.eu/), the community conference dedicated to the Rust programming language! Over the weekend of November 24-25 we'll gather in Rome to talk Rust, its ecosystem and community. RustFest consists of two main parts: a "Conference day", where you can learn new and encouraging things about Rust from excellent speakers and a one-day "Workshop day", where you get to play, work and explore Rust together with other people guided by knowledgeable mentors. The presentations cover a wide range of subjects and audiences, from beginner talks to case studies and advanced Rust topics. Customarily there is also an (optional, free) "impl days" event after the weekend, dedicated to joint hacking and diving deeper into a project. [We believe in diversity](https://rome.rustfest.eu/diversity/) and would like to provide support to people of many different backgrounds to experience RustFest. This includes, but is not limited to, people who belong to one or more of the following groups: people of color, women, nonbinary and gender non-conforming people, disabled people, people with mental health issues, and LGBTQIA+ people. For updates, keep an eye on our home page, follow our weekly updates [on the blog](https://blog.rustfest.eu/), [join the RustFest community](https://spectrum.chat/rustfest) on Spectrum and don't forget to [follow us on Twitter](https://twitter.com/rustfest)!Fecha límite de la solicitud
Join us at [RustFest](https://rome.rustfest.eu/), the community conference dedicated to the Rust programming language! Over the weekend of November 24-25 we'll gather in Rome to talk Rust, its ecosystem and community. RustFest consists of two main parts: a "Conference day", where you can learn new and encouraging things about Rust from excellent speakers and a one-day "Workshop day", where you get to play, work and explore Rust together with other people guided by knowledgeable mentors. The presentations cover a wide range of subjects and audiences, from beginner talks to case studies and advanced Rust topics. Customarily there is also an (optional, free) "impl days" event after the weekend, dedicated to joint hacking and diving deeper into a project. Every event we work hard and do our best to ensure RustFest stays inclusive, [more diverse](https://rome.rustfest.eu/diversity/) and [accessible](https://rome.rustfest.eu/accessibility/). Among other things, we have been providing free diversity tickets & travel sponsorships to underrepresented people in tech to RustFest — this, of course, includes disabled people. The only change this year, is that we are also offering a dedicated ticket pool of up to 5 tickets and scholarship to disabled people in a form of our _"Disability Scholarship"_. This is a new effort to raise awareness and provide additional support to this group. Please read further in the "Application details" field for the descriptions of our scholarship offerings, and for updates on the conference keep an eye on our home page, follow our weekly updates [on the blog](https://blog.rustfest.eu/), [join the RustFest community](https://spectrum.chat/rustfest) on Spectrum and don't forget to [follow us on Twitter](https://twitter.com/rustfest)!Fecha límite de la solicitud