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CODE BEAM EU IS GOING HYBRID

Join us in Stockholm or online!

We’re excited to be able to bring the Erlang and Elixir communities together in-person and online via a hybrid event.

What does a hybrid event mean? We’ll be hosting a live event for those who are just as excited as us to attend in person at the conference venue. There will be a mix of speakers attending in-person and streaming into the venue to help us create the right balance and atmosphere that you would expect from one of our events. The talks from the venue will be streamed to the virtual platform, accessible for those who attend online.

What if I can’t attend in person? To cater to people’s varying needs, we are continuing to offer this conference as a virtual event, live, on the same day as the in-person conference with talks streamed from the venue and given virtually. Over the last 2 years, we have developed a format for running virtual conferences that is full of learning, networking and social interaction. That will continue to be the cast for this event.

If you are planning to attend in person we are committed to maintaining a safe environment and following the current COVID guidelines to keep you safe while meeting the friends we have not seen for over 2 years.

Keep up with Code BEAM Europe

REGISTER - Early Bird tickets end March 29

GROUP TICKETS - Contact us for special group discounts for group bookings.

ACADEMIC TICKETS - We love students and academics, student tickets will be available.

DIVERSITY SCHEME - We're committed to diversity at Code BEAM Europe. Thanks to Klarna we can offer tickets to attend in person or online. The application process is open.

VOLUNTEER - Join the Code BEAM Europe family and get free access to the conference - online or in person! The application process is open.

Sign up to the Code BEAM Europe mailing list for the latest updates, or follow @CodeBEAMio to be reminded of all of our key dates, speaker announcements, and ticket news. 

THEMES

GROWTH

An organization needs growth. If you are wondering how to best onboard new members to your team, adopt new technologies or take your products to the next level, listening from those who have faced the same challenges can greatly improve your chances!

DEVOPS

A deep understanding of how software is behaving in the actual production environment is crucial for success. The DevOps paradigm enables developers to quickly and effectively understand the customer and organization needs, develop solutions, and see the impact of their work in production. Join to learn how some of the most effective teams overcome usual and unusual challenges in their production environment.

WEB / CLOUD

The needs of the modern web and cloud environments are a natural evolution of those of the telecom domain, and it is, therefore, no surprise that the BEAM and all its dialects and tools continue to serve well those that choose them. Come find out about all the latest paradigms and frameworks for web and cloud development.

FIGHTING TECHNICAL DEBT

Few engineers have the luxury to be experts in every domain they need to work in, and few teams have the resources to carefully plan ahead while at the same time adopting all the continuously discovered best practices for maintaining their software. Find out how different teams keep improving their legacy systems and also catch up with all the developments in the tools that help them do so.

INNOVATION

What's cooking in the BEAM? What are the latest cool projects in the ecosystem? Join to find out!

TICKETS

All ticket prices exclude VAT and fees.

In-person Standard conference ticket

In-person access to both conference days inc. all talks and networking sessions + access to all videos on demand for later. On sale till 18 May.

kr 7,600

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Virtual Standard conference ticket

Virtual access to both conference days inc. all talks and networking sessions + access to all videos on demand for later. On sale till 18 May.

kr 1,300

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Virtual tutorial

Access to the virtual tutorial by Fernando Benavides & Paulu F. Oliveira. On sale till 16 May.

kr 4,299

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IN-PERSON GROUP TICKETS

A discount for registering three attendees or more.

15% OFF

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VIRTUAL GROUP TICKETS

A discount for registering three attendees or more.

15% OFF

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Schedule

Time

Mässhallen

Galleriet

08.00 - 09.00

Registration

09.00 - 09.15

Welcome

09.15 - 10.00

Sanne Kalkman

Keynote:

Mässhallen

Building Brilliant BEAM Teams

10.00 - 10.15

Kenneth Lundin

Mässhallen

Update from the OTP Team

10.15 - 10.45

Coffee Break

10.45 - 11.30

Brujo Benavides

Mässhallen

Working Effectively With Erlang Legacy Code

Intermediate

Dániel Szoboszlay

Galleriet

The Hunt for the Cluster-Killer Bug

Intermediate

11.35 - 12.20

Stavros Aronis and Hans Nahringbauer

Mässhallen

Growing together with the BEAM

Intermediate

Vijay Chakilam

Galleriet

Smashing the Data Bottleneck with Federated Machine Learning on the BEAM

Intermediate

12.25 - 12.50

William Yang

Mässhallen

QUICER: Next-Generation Transport Protocol Library for BEAM

Beginner

Xiang Ji

Galleriet

Comparing the Actor Model and CSP Concurrency with Elixir and Clojure

Beginner

12.50 - 13.50

Lunch

13.50 - 14.35

Peer Stritzinger

Mässhallen

Digital Twin, Planning and Control with Erlang

Intermediate

Michal Gibowski and Hamza Belhaj

Galleriet

LiveView and JavaScript. A Guide to Achieving Synergy

Beginner

14.40 - 15.25

Evadne Wu

Mässhallen

Processes & Grains: A Journey in Orleans

Intermediate

Jesper Eskilson

Galleriet

Slaying the Type Hydra, or How We Went from 12,000 Dialyzer Errors to None

Intermediate

15.30 - 15.55

Ulf Wiger

Mässhallen

Runtime Modes and Plugins in Erlang

Intermediate

Greg Mefford

Galleriet

Conway's Law Compliance in a Many-Services Architecture

Intermediate

15.55 - 16.25

Coffee Break

16.25 - 17.10

Andrew Thompson

Mässhallen

Erlang for Untrusted Decentralized Systems

Advanced

Adolfo Neto

Galleriet

Learning Erlang and Elixir through Exercism and Advent of Code

Intermediate

17.15 - 17.40

James Arthur

Mässhallen

Vaxine, the Rich-CRDT Database for Elixir/Phoenix Applications

Intermediate

Thomas Davies

Galleriet

Incremental Dialyzer - How we made Dialyzer 3x Faster

Intermediate

17.45 - 18.30

Mässhallen

Lightning talks

18.30 - 20.30

Conference Reception

Time

Mässhallen

Galleriet

09.00 - 09.05

Welcome

09.05 - 09.50

Quinn Wilton and Robert Virding

Keynote:

Mässhallen

Backtracking through Time and Space in Erlang

10.05 - 10.35

Coffee Break

10.35 - 11.20

Cons T. Åhs

Mässhallen

Evolving Erlang/OTP Feature by Feature

Intermediate

Ayanda Dube

Galleriet

Designing BEAM Systems for the Cloud (Amazon AWS)

Intermediate

11.25 - 12.10

Dmitrii Fedoseev

Mässhallen

Trace Specifications and Chaos Engineering: Advanced Testing with Snabbkaffe

Intermediate

Quildreen Motta Ribeiro

Galleriet

Know your Past to Predict your Future --- Time Travel Debugging in Production!

Intermediate

12.15 - 12.40

Manuel Rubio

Mässhallen

Lambdapad, Static Websites with Elixir (or Erlang)

Beginner

Luis Eduardo Bueso de Barrio

Galleriet

Improve your tests with Makina

Intermediate

12.40 - 13.40

Lunch

13.40 - 14.25

Luca Succi

Mässhallen

ROSiE the Robot Operating System in Erlang

Intermediate

Max Nordlund

Galleriet

Testing Done PropEr

Advanced

14.30 - 15.15

Dave Aronson

Mässhallen

Kill All Mutants! (Intro to Mutation Testing)

Intermediate

Anton Mishchuk

Galleriet

Flow-Based Programming with Elixir and ALF

Intermediate

15.20 - 15.45

Marcel Lanz

Mässhallen

A Serverless Runtime on the BEAM

Intermediate

Viacheslav Katsuba

Galleriet

Sheldon: The Erlang Spell Checker

Intermediate

15.45 - 16.15

Coffee Break

16.15 - 17.00

Brooklyn Zelenka

Keynote:

Mässhallen

Burn Your Laurels

17.05 - 17.15

Closing notes

17.15 - 18.15

LEAVING DRINKS

Our speakers

Sanne Kalkman

Sanne Kalkman

Developer / Teacher / Crafter

Keynote:

Building Brilliant BEAM Teams

Robert Virding

Robert Virding

Co-creator of Erlang, Trainer

Keynote:

Backtracking through Time and Space in Erlang

Quinn Wilton

Quinn Wilton

Collector of Dead Languages

Keynote:

Backtracking through Time and Space in Erlang

Brooklyn Zelenka

Brooklyn Zelenka

Programs with functions λ. Cofounder & CTO at Fission

Keynote:

Burn Your Laurels

Cons T. Åhs

Cons T. Åhs

Developer in Erlang/OTP Team, Borderline Senior

Evolving Erlang/OTP Feature by Feature

Dániel Szoboszlay

Dániel Szoboszlay

Juggling the data of Europe's biggest fintech unicorn

The Hunt for the Cluster-Killer Bug

Peer Stritzinger

Peer Stritzinger

GRiSP Inventor, Distributed Computing in IoT and everywhere

Digital Twin, Planning and Control with Erlang

Greg Mefford

Greg Mefford

Maintainer of Spandex, Former Nerves Core Team Member

Conway's Law Compliance in a Many-Services Architecture

Dave Aronson

Dave Aronson

Helping Companies Write Better Software Faster

Kill All Mutants! (Intro to Mutation Testing)

Stavros Aronis

Stavros Aronis

Developer & Trainer at Erlang Solutions

Growing together with the BEAM

Andrew Thompson

Andrew Thompson

Author of Lager and Gen_smtp, Rebar and Riak Contributor

Erlang for Untrusted Decentralized Systems

Kenneth Lundin

Kenneth Lundin

Head of the Erlang/OTP Team at Ericsson

Update from the OTP Team

Evadne Wu

Evadne Wu

Judge of Spawnfest 2021 / Winner of Spawnfest 2020 / Creator of Etso & Packmatic

Processes & Grains: A Journey in Orleans

Vijay Chakilam

Vijay Chakilam

Pioneering Intelligent Microfrontends; Delivering AI as a Component

Smashing the Data Bottleneck with Federated Machine Learning on the BEAM

James Arthur

James Arthur

Geek Generalist. Founder & CEO Vaxine. Previously Founder Hazy, Post Urban, Opendesk.

Vaxine, the Rich-CRDT Database for Elixir/Phoenix Applications

Marcel Lanz

Marcel Lanz

Engineer at Heart and Founding Member of the Eigr.io Project

A Serverless Runtime on the BEAM

Max Nordlund

Max Nordlund

Lead Backend Developer at Kivra

Testing Done PropEr

Luis Eduardo Bueso de Barrio

Luis Eduardo Bueso de Barrio

PhD candidate at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Improve your tests with Makina

DIVERSITY SCHEME

We are always looking to improve diversity and inclusion at Code BEAM events. To help achieve this, thanks to our sponsor Klarna, we are providing free diversity and inclusions places to under-represented groups in tech. Applications close on 18 April 2022.

VOLUNTEERS

Want to join one of the most exciting IT conferences in Europe free of charge? Join our team as a volunteer!

STUDENT PROGRAM

As part of our efforts to grow the community, the Education working group at the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation would like to invite students, underrepresented groups in tech, people with disabilities or people who could otherwise not afford to, to attend the virtual conference for free.

VENUE

Münchenbryggeriet Events & Conferences

TORKEL KNUTSSONSGATAN 2

118 25 STOCKHOLM,

SWEDEN

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

The nearest metro is Mariatorget T-bana‎, exit Torkel Knutssonsgatan. The Google Maps can be a bit misleading when you type in "Mariatorget T-bana", so to save yourself some walking, we recommend taking this exit (close to Krukmakargatan).

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TAXI

The address for arriving by taxi is Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2, 118 25 Stockholm.

Covid-19 safety guidelines

Your safety and the safety of others is of the utmost importance to us as organisers and the Münchenbryggeriet

All attendees must read and follow our safety guidelines (click read all).

E-SHOP

Attending virtually doesn’t mean you can’t have conference giveaways. You can now order t-shirts (included in the in-person ticket!), sweatshirts, mugs and many more items, from the comfort of your couch. Please note, that all items are ordered directly with Spreadshirt but are branded with the official conference branding. Any issues with the items should be directed to the supplier and not Code Sync.

Upcoming conferences

Start booking your calendar with more Code Sync conferences happening across the globe. We will be slowly releasing more dates, in the meantime here is what we’ve planned already:

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Lightning Talks

Lightning talks will take place on Thursday 19 May at 17.45 - 18.30 CEST.

If you think you have a subject the crowd should hear about, please submit the details via the button. Talks should be no longer than 5 minutes.

You can present virtually or in person from the stage.

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