On friday 200 developers will gather in Amsterdam Tuschinski for a day of learning and meeting new friends. In this post we’ll share some practical information regarding the conference. Travel The conference is in Pathé Tuschinski. (Google Maps Link) If you come by car, the nearest parkings are ‘Stadhuis/Muziektheater’ and ‘Bank’. The Tuschinski Theater is […]
We occasionally get asked if we have a volunteer program. I’m happy to announce we’ll have a volunteer program again this year. A conference always requires a lot of behind the scenes activity, such as helping out speakers, handling registration, and answering ‘follow the signs’ to the most frequently asked ‘where is the restroom’ question. […]
We’re happy to announce that 3scale.net is now sponsoring Endpoint! About 3scale: “3scale makes it easy to open, distribute, control, and monetize your APIs. A self-serve API Management Platform, 3scale is built with performance, customer control and excellent time-to-value in mind. No other solution gives API providers so much power, ease and flexibility in such […]
We see many development teams at our conferences. Visiting a conference as a team has quite a few benefits: you can inform each other of what you learned in the different tracks, you can discuss tools and best practices directly within the context of your team’s projects and last but not least, it’s a fun […]
BarCode, a unique experience for App-developers. A 24-hour Appathon to help you bring your iOS or Android app to Windows. A special place, an old prison in which you can focus and work without the influence from the outside. Help will be available from Microsoft and some of the tough inmates. During the 24 hours we will offer you inspiring sessions and some relaxation with Xbox, all behind bars! The event is free but space is limited so register as soon as possible on www.24barcode.nl.
Endpoint is a conference for API developers, by API developers. It will be held on September 4, 2015 in Amsterdam. The conference covers multiple programming languages: we welcome Ruby, PHP, Python, Java, Erlang developers and any language we forget to mention. We will focus on architecture, tools, best practices and we will aim at both […]