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2013 Conferences to Look Forward To
7 points by scubasteve 990 days ago | 6 comments
Hey all,

Just wanted to create a list of technology/developer focused conferences I should be looking out for and planning to attend for 2013 (PyCon, RailsConf, CES, etc).




So far here's what I've seen:

Language Specific

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PyCon https://us.pycon.org/2013/registration/

$600 + $150/training

March 13-17th

Big Data

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Hadoop Summit

http://hadoopsummit.org/amsterdam/register/

~ $1750

March 20-21st

Game Dev

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Game Developers Conf

http://www.gdconf.com/

$?

March 25-29th

Hosting

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HostingCon

http://www.hostingcon.com/

$399-$599 (depends on when you register)

June 17-19

Web Performance

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Velocity

http://velocityconf.com/velocity2013/

$?

June 18-20th

Open Source

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OSCON

http://www.oscon.com/oscon2013

July 22 - 26th

Startup

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Microconf

http://www.microconf.com/

$?

Date: Unknown

Other

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CES

http://www.cesweb.org/Conference-Program/Conference-Pricing....

$1300

Jan 8-11th

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For Web performance you have Velocity in Santa Claria in June 2013 For OpenSource you have another Orielly conference OSCON For project management you have Atlasian's annual conference For Web Hosting you have HostingCon in Aug usually in Austin For Gaming its GDC (Game Developers Conference) in Austin and San Fran (i think)

Just depends what your looking for.

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Microconf. No date announced yet.

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Very cool, thanks for this. I've never heard of MicroConf before. Looks like 2012 had some interesting speakers. Looking forward to seeing when this takes place next year.

Edit: Link to MicroConf: http://www.microconf.com/

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Pycon is in March, 2013 in Santa Clara, CA, but you might've just missed the early bird registration.

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Yup, looks like it. The regular rate isn't too bad though.

For reference:

https://us.pycon.org/2013/registration/

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