An "Unconference" (UnCon) is a gathering that is driven by the people who attend it. No hierarchy or keynote speakers, just good ideas and good people.
This virtual Uncon will explore the challenges, changes and opportunities in the art of developing software in teams.
In the spirit of UnCon, it is what we make it. We well pick topics under the umbrella theme of "Collaborating on Code", discuss in breakout groups and then regroup and play back the highlights from each discussion to the whole group.
Suggest a topic(s) when you register above and we’ll vote on the day which ones to dig into. We invite you to interpret the statement "Collaborating on Code" any way you like and are looking for diverse multi-disciplinary perspectives.
We're keeping it small and going for quality engagement & exchange of ideas over the traditional one to many, speaker to audience. This is a chance to rub shoulders, discuss and debate with some of the software industry's leading developers, thinkers and entrepreneurs. What’s most exciting is, we have no idea what will come out of it!
Founder & CEO
UX @ springtimesoft
VP Eng @ Twitter
Staff Eng @ Google
Wednesday Afternoon, San Fransisco; Thursday Morning Sydney and Auckland.
Because we are presenting from different time zones, we've aimed for a time that will allow the most people to attend at some point during the four hours.
There will be two breakout sessions, so if you miss the first, you can attend the second.
Breakout Session 1
• 10am - 12pm Auckland (Thurs 12th August)
• 8am - 11am Sydney (Thurs 12th August)
• 3pm - 5pm San Francisco (Wed 11th August)
Breakout Session 2
• 12pm - 2pm Auckland (Thurs 12th August)
• 11am - 1pm Sydney (Thurs 12th August)
• 5pm - 7pm San Francisco (Wed 11th August)
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