Every year the Devoxx Family welcomes over 11,000 developers to events in Belgium, France, UK, Poland, Morocco & the USA.
Devoxx UK returned to London on 11th – 12th May, 2017, and once again welcomed amazing speakers and attendees for the very best developer content and awesome experiences.
Follow @DevoxxUK on Twitter for links to interesting content and updates on our plans for 2018 and beyond.
Docker, Kubernetes, Vagrant, Cloud, PaaS, best practices
Java EE, appservers, databases, MOM, batch processing & related JSRs
Other languages running on the JVM, functional, mobile and emerging languages. The tools, libraries and best practices
Developing for the IOT, embedded, M2M, smart objects. Connectivity, security, infrastructure and how our world is changing.
Developer candy: stuff we want to know about but don’t (generally) do at work. Robotics, biological computing, cybernetics, AI, new toys, tomorrow’s world…
Software development methodologies, developer culture and related subjects
Java Language, Java SE, JDK, performance tuning, modularity, etc…
Big Data, NoSQL, Spark, Hadoop, Drill, Machine learning, etc.
How-Tos, strategies, tools, techniques and best practices for getting architecture right.
Encryption, defensive practices, tools and technologies to be secure
The conference is held at the Business Design Centre, in London’s Islington area. Formerly the Royal Agricultural Hall, the venue was opened in 1862 and provides a stunning setting for a developer event.
The Call for Papers opens on November 1st, and closes in early January.
We record keynotes, conference sessions, quickie sessions and Ignites. These are made available online in the week following the conference. Check out the 2016 sessions HERE
The Business Design Centre is just 10 minutes from London Kings Cross. The nearest tube is Angel, just a few minutes walk away. Take the northern line for Angel, check out the Citymapper app for public transport links. Further directions can be found HERE
All good tech conferences have guidelines about the way people should behave and conduct themselves at the event. We ask you to take a look at our Code of Conduct HERE
Tickets for Devoxx UK 2017 go on sale on November 1st, 2016. Tickets give you access to the entire conference, though you will need to pre-register for Hands-on Labs, which will be populated on a first come, first served basis.
Yes, the standard UK VAT charge of 20% is applicable for all attendees, regardless of their location.
Conference Sessions: 50 minute presentations held in 6 rooms in parallel
Hands-on Labs: 2 hour interactive sessions. Bring your own laptop to participate. Pre-registration a must.
Quickie Sessions: 15 minute quick fire sessions held during lunch breaks
BOFs: Birds of a Feather sessions are an hour long and held on Thursday evening. They are informal and designed for audience participation
Ignite Sessions: These last 5 minutes, with 20 slides autoforwarding every 15 seconds. Not for the faint hearted!
When you buy a ticket you agree to our Terms of Participation, a full run down of which can be found HERE.
Every year we scour the globe looking for exceptional speakers to bring you the very best content. Below is just a small sample of who you will see at this year’s Devoxx UK.
Developers from all around the world come to Devoxx UK to learn new technologies, techniques and methodologies. Together they share knowledge and have a lot of fun!
This is the dedicated group of people who volunteered their time to bring Devoxx UK to life.
Devoxx UK takes place at the Business Design Centre, housed in London's vibrant Islington area.
The Business Design Centre, formerly the London Agricultural Halls, is a Victorian era venue originally opened in 1862. Now boasting a number of design-led businesses as permanent residents, it is one of London's most popular conference venues, hosting over 300 events per year.
Address: 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH
Looking for a place to stay?
There are a range of hotels and accommodation nearby. Hilton London Islington and Premier Inn Islington are the closest hotels. AirBnB offers an assortment of accommodation types for all budgets, whilst Hotels.com can offer a wide London selection.
Food and Drink
We feed and water you as part of your ticket to Devoxx UK. If you want to head out at the end of a conference day and grab a bite to eat or drink, the local neighbourhood is littered with options, with the ever-popular Upper Street just a metres from the venue doors.
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