Gearing up for the summer? While for some people its time to hit the beach, to travel or to spend time with the family, for us its time to work, code and organize stuff!
We’re currently working behind the scenes on the third edition of Kings of Code, the gathering for developers, on Monday September 19th. The best developers will gather in Amsterdam to explore and discuss the latest trends, developments and best practices in development technologies. A ticket gives access to the Hack Battle in the weekend preceding the conference as well (September 17 – 18). Still very hush hush, but feel free to get on the list, or contact us with speaker ideas or sponsorship opportunities (email Sophie). More updates to come..
Another conference. “Great.”
This one’s different, trust us. Our new event for New York is focused on quality, not quantity.
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Ok. Let’s go to the other events! Boooom!
(*) denotes events we’ll be attending.
(*)The Next Wed Loft Beers, June 29, San Francisco
Oh another event from The Next Web. Shameless plug for the lovely @hermioneway who’s hosting the Wednesday beers at our TNW studio in SF.
Simple fun beer and geeks thing.
Event is free. Register and learn more here or ping Hermione.
(*)Startup Weekend, July 8-10, Amsterdam
Startup Weekend is an intense 54 hour event which focuses on building a web, software or mobile application which could form the basis of a credible business over the course of a weekend. The weekend brings together people with different skill sets – primarily developers, (graphic) designers and business people – to build applications, prototypes and develop a commercial case around them. And our own @Boris is in the jury.
Startup Weekend proved to have done a lot for startups on their way to success. Be fast. Registration is open till July 1 here.
(*)International Startup Festival, July 13-15, Montreal
The International Startup Festival is an event about the business of startups.
Focused on hot sectors like mobility, social networking, and gaming: There will be lots of startup pitches and experienced entrepreneurs delivering rich content.
To name a few…. Dave McClure, TNW2011 speaker veterans Howard Lindzon and Jeff Clavier, Tara Hunt, our own @Patrick and many more.
TNW readers get 20% off by using discount code “TNW20” here
Media140, July 14-15, Perth
Following on from the success of the last event in Perth in 2010, Media140 is returning to host a new event focusing on strategies, tools and approaches that can be used to help your business or organisation become more a customer centric one. Media140 will bring a two days gathering with industry thought leaders, entrepreneurs and thinkers from the US, Europe and Australia, working in the field of business transformation, marketing and community management will discuss and explore through keynotes, workshops and individual sessions, how to harness social technologies for your organisation.
As a TNW reader get 10% off here by using discount code “tnw140”.
Social Commerce Conference, July 26-28, San Francisco
Social Commerce Conference: Driving Revenue Through the Power of Social Networking. Attendees will leave the conference with a much stronger understanding on the hidden value of promoting brands online and establishing trading infrastructure through e-commerce environment to manage online social commerce. Hear from industry leaders within Social Commerce, Social Media and E-Commerce, from eBay, Yahoo!, Groupon, Microsoft, Dell, Napster, Best Buy and Hallmark.
Mention “TNW” and receive up to a 50% discount off regular registration prices! Email Michele Westergaard at Michelew@marcusevansch.com for more information.
(*)Kings of Code, September 19, Amsterdam
At Kings of Code 400 developers will gather in Amsterdam to explore and discuss the latest trends, developments and best practices in web development technologies. A ticket gives access to the Hack Battle on September 17 – 18 as well. More updates to come..
Arctic15, September 22, Helsinki
More than 500 attendees from all over the world will get together in Finland to witness the hottest Nordic and Baltic startups of 2011 launch their businesses and services. Not only will there be interesting new companies to meet, Arctic15 will witness some of the most inspirational speakers from the region and beyond.
TNW readers get 15% off on all tickets here by using the discount code: A15THENEXTWEB
CLOUD, Developer Convention, October 13-14, Hamburg
Developers, programmers and designers from all over Europe are invited to come to the design hotel EAST Hamburg for a two day Developer Convention on 13./14. of October 2011 to hack awesome applications and services on top of the worlds leading and most popular cloud computing infrastructures. During the whole event mentors from the worlds leading cloud infrastructure providers support them to implement their ideas.
Webprededor, October 10-15, Santiago de Chile
Webprendedor 2011 is an event to push the digital entrepreneurial culture in Chile. Is one of the biggest event for wannabe entrepreneurs in LatAm and this year want to build a real bridge between Silicon Valley and LatAm. This year there are 2,300 pre-registered attendees and the event will run for a week during October 10t-15th.
Registration is open in a few weeks. TNW readers will have 20% discount using discount code: TNW2011
Are you hosting an event yourself? Think it would be relevant to our readers? Please contact Sophie to discuss media partnerships with TNW