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INTRODUCTION TO ERLANG AND ELIXIR

If you're new to the languages there's no better place to start. The community is super helpful and supportive. And with the co-creator of Erlang and creator of Elixir in attnedance you'll be learning with the best. 

LATEST ON THE BEAM ERLANG VM

Come and speak with Erlang committers about what's new in the Erlang eco-system. 

SCALING AND RELIABILITY

Once you learn the potential of the BEAM, it's time to learn how to put it to good use in the real world. Join us to hear the stories of Erlang and Elixir in production and share your own experiences. 

PRODUCTION USE CASES

In this track, we'll learn from other's experience, where things have been peachy and where they haven't been so much. The conferecne is set-up for you to ask the questions you want and to help others with the answrs to theirs.

FRAMEWORKS, TOOLS, LIBRARIES

In the frameworks track, you will discover what's coming next with frameworks like Phoenix, Nerves and more. This is the conference where people choose to share their new projects and releases.

WEB AND API

The BEAM is suitable for rapid web application development. There is much to learn about the technology's potential and we provide the time and space at our virtual conference to dig a little deeper.

TICKETS

All prices exclude fees and VAT

VERY EARLY BIRD TICKET

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021). Price excludes VAT and fees.

$170

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EARLY BIRD TICKET

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021). Price excludes VAT and fees.

$195

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EARLY BIRD TICKET CODE BEAM V + CODE BEAM SF

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021). Price excludes VAT and fees.

$695

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STANDARD TICKET

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021). Price excludes VAT and fees.

$220

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STANDARD TICKET CODE BEAM V + CODE BEAM SF

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021) + Code BEAM SF (4-5 Nov) Price excludes VAT and fees.

$720

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TUTORIAL + CONFERENCE COMBO TICKET

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021 + tutorial). Price excludes VAT and fees.

$575

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TRAINING + CONFERENCE COMBO TICKET

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021 + training). Price excludes VAT and fees.

$945

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LAST MINUTE TICKETS

Access to the virtual conference (10-12 March 2021). Price excludes VAT and fees.

$250

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Our speakers

Chelsea Troy

Chelsea Troy

By day, writer of code. By night, researcher of software risks. By always, lover of bubble tea.

Keynote:

What Counts as a Programming Language?

10 Mar / 09.10 / Track 1
Randall Thomas

Randall Thomas

Hacker. Musician. Bon Vivant

Keynote:

TBA

10 Mar / 13.10 / Track 1
Rob Mee

Rob Mee

Founder of Pivotal Labs and Geometer

Keynote:

Panel Discussion around the Startups, Venture Capital in the Erlang Ecosystem

11 Mar / 10.45 / Track 1
William King

William King

Every Millisecond Counts

Keynote:

Panel Discussion around the Startups, Venture Capital in the Erlang Ecosystem

11 Mar / 10.45 / Track 1
Jane Walerud

Jane Walerud

Persuaded Ericsson's management to release Erlang Open Source (​Walerud Ventures​)

Keynote:

Panel Discussion around the Startups, Venture Capital in the Erlang Ecosystem

11 Mar / 10.45 / Track 1
Robert Virding

Robert Virding

Co-creator of Erlang, Trainer

Keynote:

History of philosophy of Erlang with it’s creators

12 Mar / 09.05 / Track 1
Garrett Smith

Garrett Smith

FOUNDER GUILD AI, DEEP LEARNING ENGINEER AND TEACHER

Keynote:

History of philosophy of Erlang with it’s creators

12 Mar / 09.05 / Track 1
Bjarne Däcker

Bjarne Däcker

Former manager of the Computer Science Laboratory at Ericsson

Keynote:

History of philosophy of Erlang with it’s creators

12 Mar / 09.05 / Track 1
Mike Williams

Mike Williams

Erlang Co-Inventor

Keynote:

History of philosophy of Erlang with it’s creators

12 Mar / 09.05 / Track 1
Anna Neyzberg

Anna Neyzberg

Co-founder of ElixirBridge

Keynote:

Wild Wild West

12 Mar / 13.00 / Track 1
Chris Keathley

Chris Keathley

Dynamic language apologist, senior engineer @ Bleacher Report

Keynote:

Wild Wild West

12 Mar / 13.00 / Track 1
Amos King

Amos King

CEO @ Binary Noggin, @TheErlef member, Co-Host of Elixir Outlaws

Keynote:

Wild Wild West

12 Mar / 13.00 / Track 1
Erlang Ecosystem Foundation

Erlang Ecosystem Foundation

Supporting the next generation of advanced, reliable, realtime applications

Keynote:

EEF - looking back at 2020 and forward at 2021

11 Mar / 13.30 / Track 1
Amy Null

Amy Null

Software engineer + open source <3

Don't try this at home: Rethinking infrastructure with Elixir

10 Mar / 12.00 / Track 2

Bjarne Däcker

Bjarne Däcker

Former manager of the Computer Science Laboratory at Ericsson

Concurrency before Erlang

11 Mar / 09.55 / Track 1

José Valim

José Valim

Creator of the Elixir Programming Language, Chief Adoption Officer at Dashbit

Fireside chat with José Valim and Bruce Tate on Machine Learning in Elixir and Erlang VM

11 Mar / 09.05 / Track 1

John Hughes

John Hughes

Co-Designer Of Haskell And QuickCheck

Fireside chat on Property Based Testing with John Hughes and Fred Hebert

10 Mar / 11.10 / Track 3

Raúl Chouza

Raúl Chouza

Life generalist

Contract Programming with Elixir

11 Mar / 12.40 / Track 2

Sundi Myint

Sundi Myint

Elixir Wizards Podcast Co-Host, developer @ SmartLogic

Fireside chat on Adopting Elixir with Sundi Myint and Ben Marx

11 Mar / 12.40 / Track 3

Melvin Cedeno

Melvin Cedeno

Developer, SmartLogic

Teaching Functional Programming With Elixir

11 Mar / 11.50 / Track 2

Robert Virding

Robert Virding

Co-creator of Erlang, Trainer

Fireside chat on LFE with Robert Virding and Duncan McGreggor

11 Mar / 11.50 / Track 3

Duncan McGreggor

Duncan McGreggor

Lisper, Erlanger, and LFE core contributor

Sound on BEAM: Music in the Land of Distributed Lisp

10 Mar / 12.00 / Track 1

Fireside chat on LFE with Robert Virding and Duncan McGreggor

11 Mar / 11.50 / Track 3

Nelson Vides

Nelson Vides

Self-taught programmer and core developer of MongooseIM

SCRAM: Challenging your authentication in the BEAM

10 Mar / 11.10 / Track 2

Nicholas Adams

Nicholas Adams

Director of global support operations at T.I Tokyo

How not to fail at distributed systems with examples from Riak

11 Mar / 12.40 / Track 1

Eric Saxby

Eric Saxby

Senior software engineer at Geometer LLC

Using Elixir to fight Covid-19

10 Mar / 11.10 / Track 1

Boyd Multerer

Boyd Multerer

Creator of Scenic and lead engineering for Xbox Live, XNA

The Kry10 Operating System: Security and the BEAM

11 Mar / 11.50 / Track 1

Alex Koutmos

Alex Koutmos

Author of the PromEx library and the Twitter Elixir Tip series

BEAM + Prometheus + Grafana = Observability Heaven

11 Mar / 09.55 / Track 2

Parker Selbert

Parker Selbert

Elixir Enthusiast, Author of Oban, Partner @ Soren

The Architecture of Oban

12 Mar / 11.05 / Track 1

Łukasz Niemier

Łukasz Niemier

Elixir/Erlang Developer

Who supervises supervisors?

12 Mar / 11.05 / Track 2

Steven Nunez

Steven Nunez

Senior Software Engineer @ GitHub; Teacher

What Other Languages Can Learn From BEAM: A Ruby Case Study

12 Mar / 11.55 / Track 1

Fred Hebert

Fred Hebert

Erlang, Tools, and Systems (Postmates)

Fireside chat on Property Based Testing with John Hughes and Fred Hebert

10 Mar / 11.10 / Track 3

Kenneth Lundin

Kenneth Lundin

Head of the Erlang/OTP Team at Ericsson

Ask me anything about OTP

10 Mar / 10.20 / Track 1

Lukas Larsson

Lukas Larsson

Erlang VM core committer

Ask me anything about OTP

10 Mar / 10.20 / Track 1

Ben Marx

Ben Marx

Distributed Applications Tech Lead @ Subspace

Fireside chat on Adopting Elixir with Sundi Myint and Ben Marx

11 Mar / 12.40 / Track 3

Karl Nilsson

Karl Nilsson

Karl wrestles distributed rabbits for a living

Ask me anything about RabbitMQ

12 Mar / 10.15 / Track 1

Schedule

Time

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

09.00 - 09.10

Welcome - timing in Pacific Time Zone

09.10 - 10.10

Chelsea Troy

Keynote:

Track 1

What Counts as a Programming Language?

Intermediate

10.20 - 11.00

Kenneth Lundin and Lukas Larsson

Track 1

Ask me anything about OTP

11.10 - 11.50

Eric Saxby

Track 1

Using Elixir to fight Covid-19

Nelson Vides

Track 2

SCRAM: Challenging your authentication in the BEAM

John Hughes and Fred Hebert

Track 3

Fireside chat on Property Based Testing with John Hughes and Fred Hebert

12.00 - 12.40

Duncan McGreggor

Track 1

Sound on BEAM: Music in the Land of Distributed Lisp

Intermediate

Amy Null

Track 2

Don't try this at home: Rethinking infrastructure with Elixir

Bruce Tate and Sophie DeBenedetto

Track 3

Fireside chat on Live view with Bruce Tate and Sophie DeBenedetto

12.40 - 13.10

Coffee Break

13.10 - 13.50

Randall Thomas

Keynote:

Track 1

TBA

13.50 - 14.50

Birds of a Feather

Time

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

09.00 - 09.05

Opening notes

09.05 - 09.45

Bruce Tate and José Valim

Track 1

Fireside chat with José Valim and Bruce Tate on Machine Learning in Elixir and Erlang VM

09.55 - 10.35

Bjarne Däcker

Track 1

Concurrency before Erlang

Intermediate

Alex Koutmos

Track 2

BEAM + Prometheus + Grafana = Observability Heaven

Jessica Kerr and Chelsea Troy

Track 3

Fireside chat on Addressing Escalating Risks in our Code Base with Jessica Kerr and Chelsea Troy

10.45 - 11.25

Jane Walerud , Rob Mee and William King

Keynote:

Track 1

Panel Discussion around the Startups, Venture Capital in the Erlang Ecosystem

11.25 - 11.50

Coffee Break

11.50 - 12.30

Boyd Multerer

Track 1

The Kry10 Operating System: Security and the BEAM

Melvin Cedeno

Track 2

Teaching Functional Programming With Elixir

Beginner

Duncan McGreggor and Robert Virding

Track 3

Fireside chat on LFE with Robert Virding and Duncan McGreggor

12.40 - 13.20

Nicholas Adams

Track 1

How not to fail at distributed systems with examples from Riak

Raúl Chouza

Track 2

Contract Programming with Elixir

Sundi Myint and Ben Marx

Track 3

Fireside chat on Adopting Elixir with Sundi Myint and Ben Marx

13.30 - 14.10

Erlang Ecosystem Foundation

Keynote:

Track 1

EEF - looking back at 2020 and forward at 2021

13.40 - 14.40

Birds of a Feather

Time

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

09.00 - 09.05

Opening notes

09.05 - 10.05

Bjarne Däcker , Mike Williams , Robert Virding and Garrett Smith

Keynote:

Track 1

History of philosophy of Erlang with it’s creators

Beginner

10.15 - 10.55

Karl Nilsson

Track 1

Ask me anything about RabbitMQ

11.05 - 11.45

Parker Selbert

Track 1

The Architecture of Oban

Łukasz Niemier

Track 2

Who supervises supervisors?

11.55 - 12.35

Steven Nunez

Track 1

What Other Languages Can Learn From BEAM: A Ruby Case Study

12.35 - 13.00

Coffee Break

13.00 - 13.40

Amos King , Chris Keathley and Anna Neyzberg

Keynote:

Track 1

Wild Wild West

13.40 - 13.55

Closing notes

14.00 - 14.30

Afterparty - time to mingle!

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 25 February 2021.

VOLUNTEERS

We would love to have you in our volunteering team! Helping out gives access to talks and networking opportunities! Applications close on 28 February 2021.

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JOIN US ONLINE! (San Francisco)

This is a global event accessible to all online! Scheduled in Pacific Time Zone

In spirit, we will be in San Francisco, the original location of the Code BEAM SF 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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