Resources

Eager conferences and meet-ups goer, I believe that every developer should nurture his/her passion as much as he/she can. Meet-ups and conferences are a great way of doing it, and books, tutorials, articles… these days we have so many resources available that a lifetime wouldn’t be enough in order to explore all of them!

So, here’s me to the rescue, I’ll share resources I find useful, those being events, books or anything in between.

Conferences

I enjoy conferences a lot, it’s a great opportunity to open your mind and look at things from a completely different perspective. I especially enjoy the feeling of coming back home full of ideas and inspiration for my - current or - next projects!

Here’s my calendar up to date!

When What Where
2017, November, 6th DotGo 🇫🇷 Paris
2017, October, 5th-6th Software Craftsmanship Conference 🇬🇧 London
2017, August, 16th-18th Golang UK 🇬🇧 London
2016, November, 25th-26th Codemotion 🇮🇹 Milan
2016, November, 7th-10th Websummit 2016 🇵🇹 Lisbon
2016, August, 17th-19th Golang UK 🇬🇧 London
2016, June, 2nd-4th SoCraTes UK 🇬🇧 London
2016, June, 8th-10th Devoxx UK 🇬🇧 London
2016, January, 30th-31st Fosdem 🇧🇪 Brussels
2015, November, 28th LJC Open Conference 🇬🇧 London
2015, November, 2nd-3rd Codemotion 🇩🇪 Berlin
2015, March, 27th-28th Codemotion 🇮🇹 Rome
2014, November, 26th-27th Codemotion 🇮🇹 Milan

Meet-ups

One of the advantages of being here in London is that there’s at least one meet-up I’d like to attend every other day! In the last months I started helping Alice Lloyd with Scala Central, a regular meet-up organised once a month.

Blog posts/articles

Too many, I know. I’m not a regular reader of any specific blog, I just happen to see someone sharing a link and often finding it insightful… in which case I might want to share it here.

Books

I often start reading multiple books simultaneously - I’m not proud of it, but sometimes I get over excited! - but I thought this would be worth sharing as well

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