Joy of coding

We are organising for fun, not for profit.

The people behind Joy of Coding are an informal group, backed by a legal entity (the Devnology Foundation). We are organising this for fun, not for profit.

Felienne
Hermans

Felienne Hermans

I am assistant professor and speaker. I strive to make programming better and easier for non-programmers. I love functional programming and board games.

@felienne

Arne
Timmerman

Arne Timmerman

Software engineer and community facilitator. I enjoy working in teams and crafting simple solutions that are fun to use. I'm a proud board member of Devnology and organizer of the Joy of Coding conference since the first edition in 2013.

@arnetim

Legal
Stuff


Joy of Coding is organised by Stichting Devnology, a Dutch non-profit organisation registered with the Kamer van Koophandel (#17251880). Our VAT number is NL820757573B01.

Our mailing address:
Mauritsweg 26 A02
3012 JS Rotterdam
the Netherlands

Martin
van Amersfoorth

Martin van Amersfoorth

As do most of you, I enjoy coding - especially using a functional language, such as Clojure. I'm married, with children, and outside of family life and coding I am coaching a soccer team of 9-year olds.

@mamersfo

Cies
Breijs

Cies Breijs

I'm a dad and a husband and a firm believer in mass-enlightenment. An open source enthousiast who adheres to a mostly vegan diet and prefers to keep the brain immersed in techno music.

@cies010

Thanks
Alumni


Joy of Coding 2016 is the fourth in a series of conferences dedicated to software development. We are very grateful to everyone who has contributed to our conference in the previous editions: Freek Leemhuis, Anna Gos, Jacques Bouman, Mark van Straten, Daan van Berkel, Jettro Coenradie and Marc Lainez.

Rino
Kadijk

Rino Kadijk

believe that technology isn't the solution to every issue in the technology industry. I try to "automate everything" in my day job. In my spare time I contribute to the Axon CQRS framework.

@dev/null