Call for Participation: BOB 2022 (March 11, Berlin or online)

Please take a minute to fill out our survey on onsite vs. online!

BOB 2022

Conference

“What happens if we simply use what’s best?”

March 11, 2022, Berlin or online (0100+UTC)

https://bobkonf.de/2022/

Berlin or online? Fill out our survey: https://bobkonf.de/2022/onsite.html


BOB conference is a place for developers, architects and decision-makers
to explore technologies beyond the mainstream in software development,
and to find the best tools available to software developers today. Our
goal is for all participants of BOB to return home with new insights
that enable them to improve their own software development
experience.

The program features 14 talks and 8 tutorials on current topics.

The subject range includes functional programming, effects,
distributed programming, formal methods, generative art, event-driven
systems, the human brain, Haskell, Python, Scala, Lua, Clojure,
Erlang, Nix, and others.

Derek Dreyer will give the keynote talk.

NOTE: We will decide on January 17 whether BOB 2022 will take place
on-site in Berlin or online. Either way, we are working towards
fostering a lively exchange of exciting ideas and enabling meaningful
social interactions. We're collecting feedback on the issue here under the link above.

If you're interested in BOB, please take a minute to fill the survey
linked above!

Registration will also open on January 17, once the decision for
on-site or online has been made.

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BOB 2022 will be virtual on March 11!

Conference

“What happens if we simply use what’s best?”

March 11, 2022, online (0100+UTC)


BOB conference is a place for developers, architects, and decision-makers
to explore technologies beyond the mainstream in software development,
and to find the best tools available to software developers today. Our
goal is for all participants of BOB to return home with new insights
that enable them to improve their own software development
experience.

The program features 14 talks and 8 tutorials on current topics.

The subject range includes functional programming, effects,
distributed programming, formal methods, generative art, event-driven
systems, the human brain, Haskell, Python, Scala, Lua, Clojure,
Erlang, Nix, and others.

Derek Dreyer will give the keynote talk.

Due to COVID-related risks, BOB will take place online, entirely
within a Gather Town virtual world. We've placed special emphasis on
enabling social, casual interaction, in addition to our stellar
program.

Registration is open - early bird student tickets are €5, regular
tickets are €10. Early-bird discounts apply until February 18. As
always, grants are available for members of groups underrepresented in
tech.