[erlang-questions] Code BEAM SF 19 - very early bird tickets have landed!
Areege Al Zubaidi
Wed Nov 21 15:57:17 CET 2018
It’s Code BEAM SF time!
If you’re not already aware, Code BEAM SF is the reincarnation of the much
loved Erlang and Elixir Factory San Fransisco, the biggest and best Erlang
and Elixir conference in North America. It’s back next February with a host
of brilliant speakers and trainers to share, learn, inspire.
You can currently get tickets at the lowest very early bird rate
Monday 26 November!
Code BEAM SF offers a OTP, Elixir, Phoenix, and RabbitMQ training courses
<https://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-sf-2019/#Training>, as well
as a host of talks from leaders and innovators in the community, including:
Jose Valim <http://codesync.global/speaker/jose-valim/>, author of
Elixir, who will be keynoting!
Miriam Pena <http://codesync.global/speaker/miriam-pena/>, voted one of
the women to watch in tech by Women 2.0
Ayanda Dube <http://codesync.global/speaker/ayanda-dube/>, RabbitMQ lead
Anna Neyzberg <http://codesync.global/speaker/anna-neyzberg/>,
co-founder of ElixirBridge
Hannah Howard <http://codesync.global/speaker/hannah-howard/>,
programmer and life long iconoclast
Marc Sugiyama <http://codesync.global/speaker/marc-sugiyama/>,
experienced Erlang engineer, consultant, and trainer
Jacqui Manzi <http://codesync.global/speaker/jacqui-manzi/> will join us
to share her experience using OTP: presence to power real-time analytics
Lukas Larsson <http://codesync.global/speaker/lukas-larsson/>, Erlang VM
Cees de Groot <http://codesync.global/speaker/cees-de-groot/>, who will
discuss Clixir - mixing C and Elixir code
… and more!
Learn more about the conference, and the 2019 speakers:
What: Code BEAM SF 2019
When: 28 February - 01 March 2019
Where: Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco
How to attend:
Attend the conference
Secure a very early bird rate ticket to the conference before Monday 26
November. You can find out more and register here
We are pleased to announce that Code BEAM SF 2019 is implementing a
goal of the programme is to increase diversity of attendees and offer
support to those in the tech community who would not otherwise be able to
attend the conference. The deadline for applications is 3 February 2019.
Recipients will be notified on a rolling basis, no later than 8 February
Code BEAM SF offers a 50% discount to students. To learn more, email
info@REDACTED from your academic email address to get a unique
If you want your company to join WhatsApp and support the BEAM
community, please do not hesitate to contact us
<http://firstname.lastname@example.org> about community support and sponsorship.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to let me know,
I hope to see you in San Fran!
*Areege Al Zubaidi*
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