PolyConf 17

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PolyConf is a three-day, single track, multi-disciplinary, non-profit conference on advanced technologies for programmers interested in polyglot approach to software development.

About

PolyConf is a three-day, single track, multi-disciplinary, non-profit conference on advanced technologies for programmers interested in polyglot approach to software development.

Important dates:

  • CFP closes: Mar 19, 2017
  • Community voting: Mar 24 – Apr 2, 2017
  • Speaker notification: Apr 3, 2017
  • Conference: Jul 7 – Jul 9, 2017

Speaker benefits:

  • Free admission to the conference
  • Up to 3 nights at the conference hotel
  • We cover the travel cost up to 256 EUR in Europe / up to 1024 EUR outside Europe
  • If your company or employer covers your travel and accommodation costs then it will be added as a Bronze sponsor on the website

Sessions are 30 minutes long (including Q&A). Workshops are 4 hours long.

Send questions to: hello@polyconf.com

Talks

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Creating and using your own programming language

Victor Nicollet, CTO at Lokad
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Protobuf all the way down

Ainsley Escorce-Jones, Software Engineer @ Improbable
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Stop Guessing and Start Measuring - Benchmarking in Practice

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Migrating Pinterest profiles to React

Imad Elyafi, Software Engineer @ Pinterest
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There Is No Spoon? Understanding ‘Spoon Theory’ and Preventing Burnout

Jameson Hampton, Software Engineer at Agrilyst
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Why Pony?

Sean T Allen, Pony Core Team
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You're the Tech Lead! Now What?

Eryn O'Neil, Independent Tech Lead and PHP Developer
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Rust at Sentry

Armin Ronacher, Software Engineer at Fireteam Ltd.
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Mobile Web to Native Development: JavaScript, React, Swift, and React Native

Terence Pae, Senior Software Engineer at Tesla
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Reflecting on 5 years of Haskell in Production

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Adventures in Homoiconicity

Franziska Schmidt, Developer & ClojureBridge Organiser
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Building a database from scratch in Erlang

Benoit Chesneau, web craftsman
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Going serverless

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The Modern Prometheus

Piotr Szotkowski, Cheap Science Officer
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One VM to Rule Them All

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Ada 99 - Rewriting the very first computer program

Steven Goodwin, Geek about town
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Solidity - Programming money on Blockchain

Makoto Inoue, Software Engineer at SimplyBusiness
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Test Driven Development with Statically Typed Functional Languages

Christoph Gockel, Software Craftsman at 8th Light
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