The conference aims to give talks that inspire and explore new futuristic ideas dealing with all the techs we enjoy from the React ecosystem such as React.js, React Native, GraphQL, Relay, Universal apps, Webpack, inline CSS and more.
Besides, it is guaranteed that all the talks will be on technical topics without any Agile, Scrum and team management stuff.
Front-Trends 2018 is the 8th annual web development and design conference, dedicated to upcoming front-end technologies, ideas and practices.
Developers from all experience levels should join us on May 24-25 in Warsaw, for a special gathering of quality front-end content and conversation.
The building IoT is the conference for IT professionals who develop applications and products in the Internet of Things. It gives you an up-to-date overview of the key aspects of IoT development and the ever-growing ecosystem of opportunities and risks.
GeekOut is a Java technology conference that started as a single-day event in 2011 and has grown into a full-blown, two-day show for amazing developers. The focus of the conference is on Java, the JVM, covering developer tooling, solution architecture, programming methodologies, continuous delivery and programming languages for the JVM platform.
GraphQL Europe is a non-profit GraphQL conference in Europe with speakers from all around the world. Learn about GraphQL best practices from industry experts and become part of the thriving GraphQL community. GraphQL Europe is organized by Graph.Cool and Honeypot.
Welcome SmashingConf #noslides, a brand new conference in Toronto, full of interactive live sessions, showing how web designers design and how web developers build: including setup, workflow, design thinking, naming conventions and everything in-between.
The Chain React Conference was started in 2017 by the team at Infinite Red, who wanted nothing more than to learn from other React Native enthusiasts, eat great food, and nerd out about redux vs mob-x.
Join your friends and colleagues in the Node.js community for presentations and keynotes covering everything from technical talks to case studies detailing Node.js enterprise implementation at some of the worlds largest companies.
Whether you call yourself a coder, a programmer a developer or engineer, if your job is to build and deliver robust, fast, secure, engaging web experiences, Code is for you.