Register Now for Applicative, ACM's Conference for Software Developers, June 1-2, 2016
April 21, 2016
Applicative, a conference for software developers who want to build the technologies that will shape the future, will take place this year on June 1-2 at the Eisner & Lubin Auditorium at New York University. The conference includes two tracks, one on system level programming and another on application development, and it will feature speakers who work on developing and implementing cutting-edge technologies at leading technology companies, including Facebook, Google, Netflix, HootSuite, IBM, Intel, and Mozilla.
The systems software track will explore topics that enable systems-level practitioners to build better software for the modern world. This track's speakers will draw on their experience in design and implementation to demonstrate how novel technologies and low-level software can support some of today's most demanding workloads. In the application development track, speakers will discuss how they apply new technologies to the products they deliver, exploring topics such as reactive programming, microservices, single-page application frameworks, and other approaches focused on building more robust applications more quickly.
Click here to see a diverse cross-section of scheduled speakers including mobile app developers, infrastructure engineers, coding evangelists, efficiency experts, data wranglers, and more.
Register now to lock in early bird rates, which are available through May 4.