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tue19apr(apr 19)8:00 amwed20(apr 20)6:15 pmVirtual/ Physical EventCode BEAM Europe 2022THE EUROPEAN CONFERENCE FOR ERLANG AND ELIXIR DEVELOPERS IS BACK!8:00 am - 6:15 pm (20) TORKEL KNUTSSONSGATAN 2 118 25 STOCKHOLM, SWEDENEvent Type :LIVE,ONLINE

Code Beam Europe 2022

Event Details

Join us in Stockholm and online for our first hybrid Code BEAM EU. Enjoy over 30 cutting-edge talks and in-depth tutorials from the best minds in Erlang and Elixir coding.

Meet some of the people and companies using Erlang and Elixir in production in areas like Fintech, eCommerce, IoT, Gaming, Blockchain, Security, Machine Learning and more. Learn how BEAM languages are giving companies a cutting edge advantage – all within the context of high-performance and massively scalable distributed systems.

See you in Stockholm or online!

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!

DAY 1 – 19 MAY 2022

08.00 – 09.00

REGISTRATION

09.00 – 09.15

WELCOME

09.15 – 10.00

SANNE KALKMAN

KEYNOTE:

Building Brilliant BEAM Teams

10.00 – 10.15

 

Update from the OTP Team

10.15 – 10.45

COFFEE BREAK

10.45 – 11.30

BRUJO BENAVIDES

Working Effectively With Erlang Legacy Code

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Tech Debt
DÁNIEL SZOBOSZLAY

The Hunt for the Cluster-Killer Bug

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #DevOps

11.35 – 12.20

STAVROS ARONIS and HANS NAHRINGBAUER

Growing together with the BEAM

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Growth
VIJAY CHAKILAM

Smashing the Data Bottleneck with Federated Machine Learning on the BEAM

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Innovation

12.25 – 12.50

WILLIAM YANG

QUICER: Next-Generation Transport Protocol Library for BEAM

 BEGINNER

  • #Web / Cloud
XIANG JI

Comparing the Actor Model and CSP Concurrency with Elixir and Clojure

 BEGINNER

  • #Growth

12.50 – 13.50

LUNCH

13.50 – 14.35

PEER STRITZINGER

Digital Twin, Planning and Control with Erlang

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Innovation
MICHAL GIBOWSKI and HAMZA BELHAJ

LiveView and JavaScript. A Guide to Achieving Synergy

 BEGINNER

  • #Web / Cloud

14.40 – 15.25

EVADNE WU

Processes & Grains: A Journey in Orleans

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Innovation
JESPER ESKILSON

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

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Tech Debt

15.30 – 15.55

ULF WIGER

Runtime Modes and Plugins in Erlang

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #DevOps
GREG MEFFORD

Conway’s Law Compliance in a Many-Services Architecture

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Growth

15.55 – 16.25

COFFEE BREAK

16.25 – 17.10

ANDREW THOMPSON

Erlang for Untrusted Decentralized Systems

   ADVANCED

  • #Web / Cloud
ADOLFO NETO

Learning Erlang and Elixir through Exercism and Advent of Code

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Growth
  • #Virtual

17.15 – 17.40

JAMES ARTHUR

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

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Web / Cloud
THOMAS DAVIES

Making Dialyzer Incremental

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Tech Debt
  • #Virtual

17.45 – 18.30

 

Lightning talks

18.30 – 20.30

CONFERENCE RECEPTION

 

DAY 2 – 20 MAY 2022

09.00 – 09.05

WELCOME

09.05 – 09.50

QUINN WILTON and ROBERT VIRDING

KEYNOTE:

Backtracking through Time and Space in Erlang

10.05 – 10.35

COFFEE BREAK

10.35 – 11.20

CONS T. ÅHS

New Mechanisms for Introducing Experimental Features

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Innovation
AYANDA DUBE

Designing BEAM Systems for the Cloud (Amazon AWS)

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Web / Cloud

11.25 – 12.10

DMITRII FEDOSEEV

Trace Specifications and Chaos Engineering: Advanced Testing with Snabbkaffe

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Innovation
QUILDREEN MOTTA RIBEIRO

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

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #DevOps

12.15 – 12.40

MANUEL RUBIO

Lambdapad, Static Websites with Elixir (or Erlang)

 BEGINNER

  • #Web / Cloud
  • #Virtual
LUIS EDUARDO BUESO DE BARRIO

Improve your tests with Makina

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Innovation

12.40 – 13.40

LUNCH

13.40 – 14.25

LUCA SUCCI

ROSiE the Robot Operating System in Erlang

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Innovation
MAX NORDLUND

Testing Done PropEr

   ADVANCED

  • #Tech Debt

14.30 – 15.15

DAVE ARONSON

Kill All Mutants! (Intro to Mutation Testing)

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Tech Debt
ANTON MISHCHUK

Flow-Based Programming with Elixir and ALF

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Growth

15.20 – 15.45

MARCEL LANZ

A Serverless Runtime on the BEAM

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Web / Cloud
VIACHESLAV KATSUBA

Sheldon: The Erlang Spell Checker

  INTERMEDIATE

  • #Tech Debt
  • #Virtual

15.45 – 16.15

COFFEE BREAK

16.15 – 17.00

BROOKLYN ZELENKA

KEYNOTE:

Burn Your Laurels

17.05 – 17.15

CLOSING NOTES

17.15 – 18.15

LEAVING DRINKS

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Time

19 (Tuesday) 8:00 am - 20 (Wednesday) 6:15 pm

Location

MÜNCHENBRYGGERIET

TORKEL KNUTSSONSGATAN 2 118 25 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

Organizer

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