Rotterdam, 29 May 2015

A one-day conference celebrating the art, craft, science and joy of software development

Learn new stuff

Great value

By devs, for devs

Rotterdam, 29 May 2015

Welcome to Joy of Coding! A one-day conference celebrating the art, craft, science and joy of software development.

The next edition will be held 29 May 2015 at the Van Nelle ontwerpfabriek in Rotterdam. Reasons why you should attend:

Learn new stuff

We're not happy unless you go home after Joy of Coding feeling inspired and full of new ideas. That's why we're cramming the conference full of renowned speakers, passionate developers like yourself, and (un)sessions that we hope you'll love.

Great value

We know you can't go to every conference every year, but we really want you to come to ours, so we're working to keep the entry price completely reasonable by teaming up with sponsors. Our goal: be the best value for money conference in 2015.

By devs, for devs

Like you, we're a bunch of developers who like going to interesting conferences and meetups. So there will be no commercial agenda or ulterior motive to Joy of Coding. It's just a place where we can all get together and talk about code.

Speakers

Chris Granger

Co-founder and CEO of Kodowa, where they built the next generation code editor Light Table and now Eve, a new vision for putting computation in the hands of everyone.

Crista Lopes

Founder of the group that developed Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) and started aspectj.org.

Julie Evans

Engineer at Stripe's machine learning team. Organizer of !!Con, Alumnus of Hacker School.

Tom Stuart

Computer scientist and programmer. Author of "Understanding Computation". Co-organizer of Ruby Manor and member of the Ruby User Group.

Laurent Bossavit

Free electron, Extreme Programming and Agile enthusiast, a passion for learning and Things That Work.

John Hughes

Functional programming enthusiast for more than thirty years. Co-designer of Haskell and QuickCheck. Author of the classic paper "Why Functional Programming Matters".

Call for sessions

Do you love coding? Then we are looking for you! The call for sessions for Joy of Coding 2015 is now open.

We are looking for two types of submissions:

  1. Two hour long, hands-on workshops
  2. 30 minute presentations

Ready to roll?? Then submit now!

Please note that we value diversity. We have a code of conduct and we encourage women, people of color and all other minorities to share the joy of coding with us.

Please submit your proposal before 2015-01-01.

Submit your proposal here

Venue

Van Nelle Ontwerpfabriek

This years edition will be held at the former Van Nelle factory, a world heritage site since 2014. In the 20th century it was a factory, processing coffee, tea and tobacco and later on additional chewing gum, cigarettes, instant pudding and rice. The operation stopped in 1996. Currently it houses a wide variety of new media and design companies and is known as the Van Nelle Design Factory ("Van Nelle Ontwerpfabriek" in Dutch).

The Van Nelle Factory

How to get there

car: use your car navigation to get to Van Nelleweg 1, Rotterdam. Parking space is available at the venue.

public transport: travel to Rotterdam central station, take bus 38 towards Schiedam central station and get off at Beukelsbrug. From there it is only a 5 minute walk towards the venue.

If you stay at the Van der Valk hotel you can easily walk towards the venue

The Van Nelle Factory

Code of conduct

All attendees, speakers, hosts, sponsors and volunteers (further referred to as participants) involved in our events are subject to the following code of conduct. We will enforce this code throughout our events and expect cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe environment for all.

No harassment

We are dedicated to providing harassment-free events for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion (or lack thereof). We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form.

Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race or religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.

Participants asked to stop any harassing behaviour are expected to comply immediately.

We will help

If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact one of the organisers immediately. We will make sure that during our conferences the organisers can be easily identified, for example through recognisable t-shirts.

If you are travelling to or from our event, and during the event, we will be happy to help you contact hotel/venue security or local law enforcement, provide escorts, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of our event. We value your attendance and will take serious any breach of this code of conduct.

No offensive content

It is not appropriate to link any offensive content, such as sexual language and imagery, to our events in any form, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Speakers are asked to review their material and be considerate and friendly to a diverse audience.

No alcohol abuse

Thanks to the help of our sponsors, food and drinks are often freely available during or after our events. We hope this will be appreciated and used in good spirits, but we ask you to drink responsibly.

Compliance

We expect participants to follow these rules at all of our events and related social events. Participants who violate these rules may be expelled from the event without a refund at the discretion of the organisers.

Credit: parts of this code of conduct were taken from http://confcodeofconduct.com/

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Previous editions

2014

Feeling nostalgic? We still have the Website available for you. The slides, photos and videos can be found at the linked sites.

2013

The website is still available in its final form. You can look at the photos and videos at the linked sites.