Due to global pandemic, we have decided to transition the 2020 conference to a virtual format. The event will still be filled with informative and interactive sessions from thought leaders across the world.
Thank you so much for your patience and support! We look forward to meeting you virtually soon.
Please continue visiting the schedule for the latest updates.
The conference will be made up of single track over 3 days with 20+ sessions:
Full sessions will be 45 minutes (30 minute presentation, 15 minute live Q&A + additional Q&A in Slack)
Lightning talks will be 5-10 minute presentations (Q&A facilitated only in Slack)
We plan to record all of the sessions so that registered attendees can view and access the content for 2 weeks after the event concludes. We will send an email with instructions to access the recordings on Friday afternoon.
conference slack channel
Please join your fellow attendees, speakers, and sponsors in the Developer First Slack channel! This channel will be used throughout (and after) the conference:
communicate last minute schedule updates
facilitate Q&A with speakers
connect with other conference attendees
follow the #jobs channel for viewing and posting open positions
accessing the zoom webinar
All conferences sessions will be hosted via a Zoom webinar. Instructions for joining the webinar will be emailed to registered attendees
Once registered, you will receive an email with instructions for joining the event. Links will be unique to each attendee.
To join the conference, click the Webinar URL. The same webinar URL will be used all 3 days.
Haven't received a registration confirmation email by May 29th? Reach out to Kate Wardin in the Slack channel or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q&A during conference sessions
Zoom's webinar functionality will allow you to post questions while you are listening to the session. Moderators will be online to view and repeat questions for the speakers during the 15 minute live Q&A session following the presentation.
post-conference workshop - 2 tickets remaining!
We are hosting a full-day training workshop the Monday after the conference to help you learn and practice essential skills to navigate the complexities of Engineering Management.
Learn more and register now! (tickets sold separately)
code of conduct
Developer First is a friendly community where everyone should feel welcome, safe and comfortable to share ideas and engage in open discussion. It is vital for us to provide a harassment-free experience for everyone at the conference.
All attendees, volunteers, speakers, and sponsors are required to abide by our code of conduct. Any violations will be dealt with seriously and may include being expelled and banned from events without a refund. Please read our code of conduct before registering for the event.