2019 is nearly over, and while there are still several web design conferences taking place around the globe before the year’s out, attention has already turned to 2020. Next year will be even bigger and better where conferences are concerned, with loads taking place in iconic cities over the next twelve months.
London, United Kingdom
27-31 January 2020
London plays hosts to multiple web design conferences throughout the year, and NDC London is a fantastic way to kick things off. There will be 107 speakers over five days, with 113 talks, so, there’s bound to be something for everyone. These events are the ideal place to access what’s best for individuals; and makes the perfect partner for anyone searching for jobs especially in London through established recruitment portals like Jobrapido.
Amongst the speakers are people from all industries and sectors, with the likes of Troy Hunt, Sam Newman and Wei-Meng Lee all booked. With multiple rooms at the QEII in Westminster, you’ll be able to get all the information you need on-demand, while also being able to network with others from the industry.
Front End North 2020
7th February 2020
Front End North, which takes place at The Crucible in Sheffield, is a one-track, one-day conference for web designers and developers. It’s very much a one-stop-shop, and it features some excellent speakers from the world of web design and development, and beyond.
Respected speakers from the sector such as the Natural History Museum’s Florence Okoye, Smashing Magazine’s Rachel Andrew and TetraLogical’s Leonie Watson all doing talks at the event. Again, it’s another fantastic opportunity to glean valuable knowledge from those in the know.
San Francisco, CA, USA
12-16 February 2020
DeveloperWeek is arguably one of the biggest developer conferences on the calendar. And, it’s most certainly the largest to take place in San Francisco. With thousands of attendees, city-wide events and workshops. It’s the place to be if you’re a developer or keen to learn more about what’s to come.
What’s fantastic about DeveloperWeek is that all new technologies are covered. So, if there is a desire to know more about the most innovative pieces of tech on the market, you’ll be in the right place. From Virtual Reality through to blockchain and Internet of Things, everyone will be introduced to the technology. As well as taught advanced tips and tricks if you so wish.
28th February 2020
BOB 2020 is something different from what other events on the calendar bring to the table, and that’s its USP. BOB is all about technologies beyond the mainstream, ones which break the mould, yet get the job done efficiently and effectively. If this is something you’re interested in or are involved in, you need to be at BOB 2020.
Four tracks, fourteen talks and eight tutorials feature in the bespoke program. Alexandra Cardenas will open the event, and Heather Miller will be presenting the keynote. So, if you’re a developer who works beyond the mainstream and believes in pushing the boundaries, make sure you’re there.