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Traditionally conferences feature a set of talks given by speakers, where you consume their thoughts and perhaps get a chance to ask a question at the end.
This conference will be different.
In small groups, we will have guided conversations around the latest topics of interest to software developers. We'll provide the guide, and you'll provide your thoughts. We will all learn from each other.
New for 2016:
We are currently working to choose which topics will be discussed.
The topics will be of interest to all developers who care about writing great code regardless of experience or background. Topics we are currently considering include TDD, Microservices and Refactoring.
We are looking for people to facilitate the guided conversations, so please get in touch if you’d like to help.
CodeCraftConf is a proudly language-agnostic conference, where we want to share ideas with as diverse a group of developers as possible. Whether you're building websites for the latest start-up with Ruby, creating financial models for a large global bank in Java or writing a front-end app for an in-house client with .Net, we want to hear from you.
CodeCraft has a Code of Conduct which we require all attendees to adhere to for all events.
If you have any other questions about the conference please drop us an email.
Over 40 delegates enjoyed conversations on a diverse range of software craftsmanship topics including TDD, Microservices and DevOps.