ServelessDays is coming to Australia with its debut being held in Sydney!
The conference will focus on talks from the serverless community telling stories all about the why, how and what they are doing with serverless technologies in 2019. We’ll be adding to an incredible line-up with expert speakers from around the world for the keynotes.
We're looking to ensure that everybody who wants to come, has every opportunity to by offering the diversity sponsorship tickets.
Conference format will be single track sessions (aiming at a mix of experience levels) including keynote sessions, normal conference talks, lightning talks, and open spaces to discuss and meet others.
Share your Serverless experiences at ServerlessDays Sydney. The CFP is now open until 31 May 2020. Submit to the CFP here
Key to the success of ServerlessDays worldwide has been the Diversity and Inclusion programme, which provides free tickets to those who need them. These tickets are sponsored by other attendees. This is a key part of what makes this conference so special.
Once again, we're again asking those who are able to afford the extra ticket price, to buy Diversity Sponsorship tickets. This enables those who cannot afford to come to come to the conference for free. This means a huge amount to us to continue to run this programme.
We've found an amazing venue for the conference: SMC Conference & Function Centre. This venue puts on great events, offering our attendees food, coffee and drinks at the bar (ask us about our Drinks Sponsorshop!). We're certain everybody will love the venue.
Peter Hanssens is the co-organiser of the Sydney Serverless meetup as well as the Sydney Data Engineering meetup. He's spent the last few years working in cloud including a stint at A Cloud Guru, one of the more famous serverless startups. He tweets at @petehanssens
Monica Mendes is a Junior Software Engineer at Domain and helped us at last year event.
Leo Hoare is an Associate Data Engineer and member of the Serverless meetup here in Sydney.
Toby Hede is long time member of the Serverless community here in Sydney. He presented at the first ever meetup and is an Engineering Manager at Amaysim.