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3 Massive Upcoming Virtual Tech Conferences

erlangsolutions profile image Erlang Solutions ・2 min read

Hey team,

We're onboard to help out with three of our favourite conferences who have now gone virtual.

Code BEAM V

10-11 of September. This is the speaking line up that was originally organised for Code BEAM STO, now delivered online. Speakers include Viktória Fördős (Cisco NSO Core), Christopher Price (Ericsson Head of Software Technology), Robert Virding (Co-Creator of Erlang & Erlang Solutions, Senior Systems Architect) just to name a few. Early Bird tickets are available but closing soon. See the full speaking line up and buy tickets here.

ElixirConf EU Virtual

7-8 October. Our first ElixirConf EU Virtual in June had over 400 attendees, and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. The second edition of ElixirConf EU Virtual will feature the same brilliant line-up of speakers that we had organised for this year’s physical event - only virtually. We’ve organised one of the most exciting events we’ve ever had with talks from Chris McCord, Linda Achieng' Otieno, Sigu Magwa, Marlus Saraiva and heaps more. See the full speaking line up and buy tickets here.

Code MESH V

Code Mesh is London’s leading alternative tech conference, designed to be a melting pot for curious, inquisitive innovators. The conference connects programmers who believe in finding best-of-class solutions to any problem. Going virtual means their cross-language community goes global, allowing Code Mesh V to connect and inspire even more people. Very Early Bird tickets sell out within 24h every year, but you can join the waiting list here.

If you’d like to be part of the first ever global Code Mesh V event and inspire the cross-language community of ambitious programmers the call-for-talks and call-for-tutorials are now open.

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