WeAreDevelopers Congress brings together developers and IT professionals from all over Europe in one place.
The aim of the Congress is to connect developers from over 70 countries and encourage sharing of knowledge and experience, and to connect companies and startups with investors, potential clients and partners. Microsoft, Google, Facebook, IBM, SAP, Adidas, Porsche, and Informatik are just some of the top-class corporations that gave their trust to WeAreDevelopers, turning it into a global story.
Vienna remains to be the city host for the third year in a row. Since the attendee’s interest constantly grew, the location has changed to Austria Center Vienna, the largest conference center in this country, with a total capacity of over 25,000 participants.
Given that the three full days of the conference are packed with interesting content, the venue will use the free program “Child Care” to ensure professional babysitting for guests who come with their children. Except for lectures, the conference also offers a place where attendees can get to know and experiment with the latest inventions that are the latest market trends. In order for all guests to feel at home, besides the official part of the Congress, the participants will have meal breaks, large amounts of the universally loved drink – coffee, and access to various parties.
Steve Wozniak, John Romero, Angie Jones and many other stellar individuals
This year’s edition of WeAreDevelopers World Congress brings Steve Wozniak, the widely known founder of Apple, a computer pioneer and an inventor. Globally known as “Woz”, this Silicon Valley icon has spent past three decades shaping the computing industry into what it is today. Today, he is a Chief Scientist at the data virtualization company, Primary Data. Among other things, Woz is also the founder of Electronic Frontier Foundation.
John Romero, an award-winning game designer, level designer, and programmer whose work portfolio includes 130 games, of which 107 have been published commercially, will be joining the Congress as well. Romero is the creator of timeless hits like Wolfenstein 3D and Quake.
Joining the Congress as a Twitter ambassador, Angie Jones, Senior Automation Engineer at this company will be tackling the topic of the development of ubiquitous social networks. Jones took part in the development of automation strategies and a framework for countless software products. Also, she often shares her wealth of knowledge at conferences through technology workshops for talented girls programmers – Black Girls Code.
Early bird tickets are on!
The WeAreDevelopers Congress currently has 46 certified speakers confirmed, which conference guests will have the opportunity to listen and learn from. Early Bird tickets can be purchased by February 28th and found on the website of the Congress.
Startups and companies can make team discounts (offer is on until February 16), by contacting the WeAreDevelopers team at firstname.lastname@example.org