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Code BEAM Stockholm is in the home of Erlang and has a strong community of developers from the Nordics. Come and join us to learn from each other, share knowledge and be inspired all while growing your network of contacts.
More advanced developers will appreciate that our programme is packed with cutting-edge thought provoking talks. At Code BEAM Lite Stockholm we will uncover how BEAM languages are transforming areas like IoT, Fintech, Machine Learning, Blockchain, Security and more!
Highlights this year:
Developers of every level can expect to learn from each other, share knowledge all while growing our community reach in the Nordics.
Book your tickets now to secure the best price.
Université catholique de Louvain
Little things and big things: lessons for building large systems
Judge of Spawnfest 2021 / Winner of Spawnfest 2020 / Creator of Etso & Packmatic
Sonic Pi creator
Sonic Pi - BEAM up the VJ
Developer at Erlang Solutions, the one in pink dress!
Learning about Supervisors using Phoenix LiveView
BEAM NIFs in Ziglang... for Elixir AND erlang
Senior Software Engineer at EMQ Sweden AB
Mria: an eventually consistent Mnesia
A UwU Software Engineer
Evision One Year - An Evolving Elixir Library for Computer Vision Tasks
Associated professor in Computer Science at University of Bologna/INRIA
Causal-consistent reversible debugging for Erlang
WhatsApp Development Infrastructure
Typing Erlang with eqWAlizer
Software Engineer @WhatsApp
Building Erlang with Buck2
Want to take your project to the next level? Looking for a unique leg up to grow your career? Looking for a world-class expert to run a little pair programming? Could personalised advice from one of the co-creators of Erlang help you?
As co-creator of Erlang, Robert Virding needs very little introduction. He is a developer with a unique understanding of the BEAM, OTP and priceless experience when it comes to building world-class solutions. For the very first time, he's running bespoke mentoring sessions. Sessions can be booked as an individual or in a team of up to three people.
Sessions will run for 2 hours on 11 May 2023 and will be led by you. You'll have the entire session to get feedback, advice and run pair programming with one of the most experienced developers on the planet.
NOTE: This is strictly limited to 4 sessions. Book fast to avoid missing out.
This year we’re accepting talks from people who are happy to deliver them
in-person. We welcome proposals about Erlang, Elixir, BEAM and
other technologies and we are happy to support candidates from
under-represented groups in the software development community. CFT
deadline: 23:59 CST on 5 February 2022
Developer / Teacher / Crafter
Developer and Trainer at Erlang Solutions
Computer Science Engineer
GRiSP Inventor, Distributed Computing in IoT and everywhere
Consultant & contractor. Enjoying many aspects of code life.
Software engineer at @meta / @whatsapp, author of Erlang LS
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