Call for Proposals is now open!! We look forward to seeing your submissions!
builderscon is a conference to celebrate the "builders" of our age, the engineers, the programmers, and the technology that they build. builderscon is slightly more focused on web-related technology because we originated from a web-centric conference, but we bring speakers from various different fields which are not constrained from our past. We would love for you to "Discover Something New" and broaden your network and knowledge.
builderscon tokyo 2017 is co-hosted by the Keio Media Design Department and the builderscon organizer team.
Currently planned guest speakers include those from the fields of Web enginnering, Network Security, and IoT Devices Manufaturing. Even if these are not exactly your field of expertise, we strongly recommend that you find out what you do or do not have in common with what you have not seen yet.
Tickets will go on sale around June. We only have a limited amount of seats, so do not forget to get yours!
Aug 3, 2017 (Thu)
Aug 4, 2017 (Fri)
Aug 5, 2017 (Sat)
|Venue Name||4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 223-0061|
Felix Rieseberg is a Senior Desktop Engineer at Slack, Core Contributor on Ghost, and Electron contributor. He has previously worked on open source at Microsoft. Eater of too much candy.
Carly has been writing PHP at Slack as an application engineer for Slack's new Enterprise Grid product for almost 2 years. As one of the first engineers on the enterprise team, Carly was influential in the design discussions and decisions that have helped scale Slack for enterprise sized companies. In her builderscon talk, she will share reflections on the strengths and weaknesses of using PHP in a hyper growth environment, and how Slack is optimizing it's PHP codebase for performance with Hack/HHVM.
Jesse is the cofounder of Keyboardio. In previous lives, he created K-9 Mail for Android, created Request Tracker and worked as the Perl 5 Pumpking and Perl 6 Project Manager.
Suzanne is lead solutions engineer at Cloudflare, where she specializes in security, performance, and usability. Her interest in all things web started in high school when she created the school’s website. While at Stanford, Suzanne optimized the performance of a matchbox sized server to run the Wearable Computing Lab’s website. Prior to Cloudflare, Suzanne was a Senior Customer Success Engineer for Pantheon Platform.
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