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Next Thursday it's time again - the class reunion of the developer scene goes into its seventh round. For the 7th time the developers meet in Hamburg. Started in 2010 under the name "Developer Conference Hamburg", it is now one of the largest developer conferences in Europe. This year, around 1,500 participants are expected at the Cinemaxx cinema (Hamburg Dammtor). 112 exciting talks and discussions await this rush of developers.
The Code.talks are characterized by the variety of lectures. There are 14 different tracks and 8 lectures always take place in parallel. So it should be possible for every participant to find a topic that interests him. If there should be an empty slot, you can pass the time with popcorn and nachos. In a relaxed atmosphere it shouldn't be a problem to find a nice conversation partner - so boredom won't come up and we are looking forward to two intensive days in Hamburg.
For me it will be the 5th visit to the Code.talks this year. I visited the Developer Conference Hamburg in 2010 and 2011 and after the short break I was still enthusiastic about the last Code.talks in Hamburg. I'm really looking forward to the next two days and have already put my program together to some extent. You can put together your agenda again this year with the Code.talks app. The Talks can also be evaluated this way and there is the possibility to make notes about the lectures in the app.
This year I will focus on the topics Mobile, IoT and PHP. Here I will listen to various lectures. After having spent most of my time with app development last year, I am curious to see what new insights I can take with me. I hope that I will see some familiar faces again and can only repeat myself: I'm really looking forward to the coming days in Hamburg! If you now also want to visit the Code.talks, you will unfortunately have to wait until next year. The tickets for this year are already completely sold out.
During the conference days I will write some things on Twitter and of course I will publish a little summary after the conference.