Due to the unusual circumstances of 2020, the 15th Developer!Developer!Developer! Daywill take place virtually. That means no catering or venue costs to meet, costs that are usually met via sponsorship, as we keep the cost of entry free. And I’ll be covering any incidental costs incurred.
However, we are still looking for support and sponsors, with the aim of using the funds to support TNMOC (The National Museum of Computing) – it’s a tough time for TNMOC right now, and they do such great work preserving our industry’s heritage, we wanted to make sure we put something back. So if your organisation would normally sponsor DDD, please consider making a donation, it would be deeply appreciated. Or if you are a member of our community who wants to support the museum, please do so here: TNMOC.
We had planned to run a DDD in October, but due to illness, this didn’t happen (we are all well now, phew!). With Christmas so close, hadn’t expected to have time to run a DDD, but with the world being as it is, we wanted to do something to bring some cheer to the Dev and IT community.
Therefore we are running DDD (virtually) on 12th December! We are still formalising the details, but wanted to get the message out there, and looking forward to all the submissions!
Since opening up the Call for Papers on Sessionizeyesterday, we already have 12 sessions from 9 speakers! Thank you all so much 😀
After last year’s successful DDD, it will be in Reading for its thirteenth outing, on Saturday, 23th of June.
Once again DDD is free for all to attend, thanks to some great sponsors – if you would like to be sponsor DDD, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As ever I would love to see new speakers and new topics in the DDD line up, so please submit a session, this year for new speakers we will be trying to get support before the event to ensure they are super successful.
Session submission will open soon watch @DeveloperDay for more news
I look forward to seeing you all in June and we will be announcing more DDD dates in the next few weeks