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We’re heading to Seattle July 11-13 for CodeConf and ElectronConf, two back-to-back open source conferences—each with its own focus. Join us for three days of learning and building with fellow open source developers. Get your tickets now to take advantage of early bird pricing, and save even more when you purchase tickets to both events.
This year, we’re highlighting open source technologies, and diving deep into browser and beyond-browser tools. We’ll explore the latest in browser engines, the languages being used, and how they’re breaking out of web and into native mobile and desktop software development. With over 30 sessions in two days, you’re sure to walk away with enough know-how and inspiration to build the next generation of open source projects.
We’re offering early bird pricing on general admission tickets for a limited time and calling for speakers who want to share open source lessons, projects, or skills. Whether it’s your first talk or your fiftieth, we’d love to hear from you.
After CodeConf, we’re hosting ElectronConf, a brand new singletrack conference with a pre-conference workshop day. The event is dedicated to Electron, the best way to build cross-platform desktop experiences, and brings the entire Electron community together to learn best practices, see how other developers are using Electron, and find out what’s next.
Share your experience with Electron as a speaker in one of the eight breakout sessions, lightning talks, or workshops.