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8 HOURS OF TALKS AND SOCIAL INTERACTION

We couldn't bring you Code BEAM STO in May, however in the spirit of LEARN. SHARE. INSPIRE. we're launching our first-ever Code BEAM V conference.

Code BEAM V

Code BEAM V is our new platform, where the worldwide BEAM community can come together virtually to connect with and inspire one another. 

STAY CONNECTED

The format of our virtual conference will also allow you to ask questions and fully engage with others worldwide on 28 May from 3pm CEST and on 29 May from 10am CEST.

Our speakers

Francesco Cesarini

Francesco Cesarini

Co-author of Designing for scalability with Erlang/OTP

Keynote:

The Future of Programming

Keynote:

An update from the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation working groups

Veronica Lopez

Veronica Lopez

Member of the Kubernetes Core Team

Keynote:

The Future of Programming

Brooklyn Zelenka

Brooklyn Zelenka

Programs with functions λ, co-founder & chief scientist at FISSION

Keynote:

The Tyranny of Structurelessness

Boyd Multerer

Boyd Multerer

Creator of Scenic and lead engineering for Xbox Live, XNA

Keynote:

Problem led Software Design

Robert Virding

Robert Virding

Co-creator of Erlang, Trainer

Keynote:

Problem led Software Design

José Valim

José Valim

Creator of the Elixir programming language, Chief Adoption Officer at Dashbit

Elixir update

Laura M. Castro

Laura M. Castro

Associate professor and lead researcher spreading BEAM love from a little corner in Spain (University of A Coruña)

How the BEAM will change your mind

Fred Hebert

Fred Hebert

Erlang, Tools, and Systems (Postmates)

Adopting Erlang, Adapting Rebar

Tristan Sloughter

Tristan Sloughter

Senior Software Engineer at Postmates

Adopting Erlang, Adapting Rebar

Chris Keathley

Chris Keathley

Dynamic language apologist, senior engineer @ Bleacher Report

Building adaptive systems

Kenneth Lundin

Kenneth Lundin

Head of the Erlang/OTP Team at Ericsson

An update from the OTP team

Louis Pilfold

Louis Pilfold

Author of Gleam, Elixir contributor

Gleam: Lean BEAM typing machine

Lukas Larsson

Lukas Larsson

Erlang VM core committer

BEAMJIT - the journey

Michal Muskala

Michal Muskala

Software engineer, speaker, trainer, open source. Erlang, Elixir, Ruby.

From Elixir to Erlang - experience report

Maxim Fedorov

Maxim Fedorov

Performance & scalability engineer

argparse: complex CLI made simple

Ju Liu

Ju Liu

Master of the Useless

Live Coding Pong in Scenic

Sebastian Strollo

Sebastian Strollo

Erlang Developer and Cofounder at Avassa

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

We are always looking to improve diversity at our conferences. To help achieve this, we are providing free diversity places to under-represented groups in tech. Applications close on 21 May 2020.

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Schedule

Time

Track 1

Track 2

15.00 - 15.15

Welcome

15.15 - 15.45

Francesco Cesarini and Veronica Lopez

Keynote:

Track 1

The Future of Programming

15.55 - 16.25

Chris Keathley

Track 1

Building adaptive systems

Intermediate

Maxim Fedorov

Track 2

argparse: complex CLI made simple

Intermediate

16.25 - 16.45

Coffee Break

16.45 - 17.15

Fred Hebert and Tristan Sloughter

Track 1

Adopting Erlang, Adapting Rebar

Intermediate

Wiebe-Marten Wijnja

Track 2

Guards! Guards! the What, How and Why

Guard conditions are one of Elixir (and Erlang)'s fundamental constructs.

Beginner

17.25 - 17.55

Ulf Wiger and Aleksandar Filipov

Track 1

Elixir meets Erlang in Blockchain development

Ju Liu

Track 2

Live Coding Pong in Scenic

Intermediate

18.05 - 18.20

José Valim

Track 1

Elixir update

18.20 - 18.50

Brooklyn Zelenka

Keynote:

Track 1

The Tyranny of Structurelessness

Intermediate

18.50 - 19.00

Closing notes

Time

Track 1

Track 2

10.00 - 10.10

Welcome

10.10 - 10.40

Robert Virding and Boyd Multerer

Keynote:

Track 1

Problem led Software Design

10.50 - 11.20

Laura M. Castro

Track 1

How the BEAM will change your mind

Beginner

Brujo Benavides

Track 2

rebar3 format: A new code formatter for Erlang

Beginner

11.20 - 11.40

Coffee Break

11.40 - 12.10

Louis Pilfold

Track 1

Gleam: Lean BEAM typing machine

Lukas Larsson

Track 2

BEAMJIT - the journey

Advanced

12.20 - 12.50

Michal Muskala

Track 1

From Elixir to Erlang - experience report

Marc Worrell

Track 2

Cotonic: browser coroutines with an universal MQTT message bus

Intermediate

13.00 - 13.15

Kenneth Lundin

Track 1

An update from the OTP team

13.25 - 13.55

Francesco Cesarini and Sebastian Strollo

Keynote:

Track 1

An update from the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation working groups

13.55 - 14.10

Closing notes

14.10 - 14.45

Track 1

Lightning talks

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JOIN US ONLINE!

This is a global event accessible to all online!

In spirit, we will be in London, the original location of the Code Mesh event originally scheduled at the time of this event!

Log in details will be sent to all attendees one day ahead of the event. 

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