- 5/8/18, 12:43 PM Call for Sponsors has closed!
Thank you all for your interest in builderscon tokyo 2018. Call for Sponsors has closed as of end of April!
- 5/8/18, 12:41 PM Call For Proposals coming in end of May ~ early June, tickets go on sale June
We expect Call For Proposals to start around end of May ~ early June until the end of June ~ early July. Meanwhile, tickets should go on sale starting June!
At builderscon we do not focus on a particular technology stack or a programming language. We only ask you that you bring something that excites the geeks in us.
Show us your crazy hacks, dive deep into a language that you love, show us a glimpse of a future technology. We want to see you share the problems you faced, and how you overcame them.
Please come and share your passion at builderscon!
Kyle Kingsbury, a.k.a "Aphyr", is a computer safety researcher working as an independent consultant. He's the author of the Riemann monitoring system, the Clojure from the ground Up introduction to programming, and the Jepsen series on distributed systems correctness. He grills databases in the American Midwest.
Amy Nguyen is a software engineer on the Stripe Observability team and she wants to make data accessible for everyone. Outside of work, Amy writes about the tech industry, loves baking, and reads too many self-improvement books.
Matt Klein is a software engineer at Lyft and the architect of Envoy. Matt has been working on operating systems, virtualization, distributed systems, networking, and making systems easy to operate for over 15 years across a variety of companies. Some highlights include leading the development of Twitter’s C++ L7 edge proxy and working on high-performance computing and networking in Amazon’s EC2.
DATES & ACCESS
Sep 6 (Thu) Sep 7 (Fri) Sep 8 (Sat)
Kyoseikan, Keio University (TBD)
4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 223-0061