If you’re anything like us, you’ll be counting down the days until Devoxx UK, which kicks off on June 17th. And what better way to build up to this super-exciting happening, we thought, than launching our very own unconference – UnVoxxed, taking place in London from June 15th – 16th. And we’ve roped in some rather famous friends from the Java community to help us out.
UnVoxxed is essentially the lovechild of the JavaPosse Roundup and Voxxed.com, and will be hosted by the folks behind the Java Posse Roundup 2014 – Dick Wall and Andrew Harmel-Law. This will be an OpenSpace event, fuelled solely on developer passion, experience and expertise. There are time slots and rooms, but no pre-planned program.
The overarching theme to this year’s event will be “Programming at any scale.” But, in terms of what’s presented, debated, and broken down – it’s entirely up you.
What’s this OpenSpace business?
OpenSpace is a small set of rules that allow groups of people to interact in a simple, productive, organized way to create valuable dialogs that address the participants’ most important issues.
The Fundamental “Rules” of the sessions that happen during OpenSpace conferences are:
- Whoever shows up is the right group
- Whatever happens is the only thing that could have
- Whenever it starts is the right time
- When it’s over, it’s over.
Sound like your cup of tea? Early Bird registration is open now, with tickets priced at 125 GBP for the two days – after May 15th, this will increase to 150 GBP. Click here to secure your place.