ffconf is held at the historic Duke of Yorks picturehouse in Brighton, UK. The event is in it's 11th year, and is lovingly curated and run by Remy & Julie Sharp.
Also see our historical archive of videos, audio and slides.
Sessions you'll see
|Getting more from Git||#development & ops|
|Engaging Empathy||#betterment, #community|
|From Milliseconds to Millions: A Look at the Numbers Powering Web Performance||#betterment|
|8 Unbelievable Things You Never Knew About Tracking||#big web ideas|
|What does it take to become a developer in 2020?||#betterment, #community|
Are our speaker photos hard to make out? That's on purpose, we don't announce our speakers right away, but if you would rather know you can drop us an email and we'll tell you
Git is like a Swiss Army Knife for telling the story of your project. Yet most of us are only using the big knife and maybe the scissors to fudge our code into version control. In this talk we're going to learn about some more advanced Git commands and some history too.
Needed a 5th option to study at AS level. Asked the person next to me. Started with the Computing A level now we here.
During the session we will talk about the causes of painful performance and look into simple and actionable steps how to make a website more performant with a little effort.
I wanted to study English, but my final test results weren't good enough. I was looking through all majors I could apply for at Uni and found out HCI-like degree course
Empathy and vulnerability aren't necessarily two words associated with professional success, but they're invaluable to achieving long-term goals leaders set for their companies. Lets both define what those look like at work and how to engage them for optimized collaboration.
I always loved the tech industry but I couldn't code and never worked at a tech company. So I started speaking at conferences about what I knew: stuttering, marketing and vulnerability. One day, I got invited to speak at a tech conf (Hi @jremsikjr 👋🏾)
We all know performance is big business, but how big? Let's take a look at some of the numbers powering the web performance industry, from both sides of the table. What do performance improvements mean for my clients, and how do we translate that into a working relationship
I'm a failed designer who learned it the hard way: I was much better at coding my portfolio site than I was at designing it. I decided to admit defeat and stick with keyboards and clearfixes.
The rise of generative art has brought a whole new wave of creativity to the web; this talk is about the myriad of ways we can use all that coding knowledge to make cool art in the physical realm.
Got carried away tweaking Tumblr themes, discovered it hurt my fingers less than my other teen hobby of weaving chainmaille, been tip tapping ever since.
Computers and other electronic devices existed for a long time before the web made its debut. Can modern web interfaces help invigorate the small computing space, while driving a new set of creative developers to invent better and more playful experiences?
My dad brought home our first family computer, a second-hand Commodore 64, when all of my friends were already using PCs with Windows 3.1. I fell in love with programming from that first day of typing commands in BASIC.
The web, and big tech at large, is tracking our every move, habit, and facial expression. As developers who are also users, we both contribute to the surveillance system and are exploited by it. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
In my teens I made fan sites for local bands and a showcase for my own creepy goth art. Slicing pictures of websites into table layouts even though they’d been uncool for a couple of years already, because I just did what the first search result told me.
Amina shares her story about what it takes to become a developer after teaching herself how to code, juggling a full-time job and baby.
I taught myself how to code soon after becoming a mother. I realised that continuing my job travelling around the world was a slightly optimistic view of my mothering abilities! After googling "work from home" I discovered software engineering and decided to give it a go.
Next.js is a framework for building React applications with automatic server side rendering support, which results in improved performance over "vanilla" React. The framework also offers zero configuration, automatic code splitting and prefech out of the box.Full detailsBuy tickets
Workshop tickets include a ffconf pass ticket for the conference on Friday.
Our inclusion statement
ffconf takes diversity and inclusion seriously. We know that a diverse line-up is important for the inclusion of marginalised people in the tech community.
We want people to attend because of the content we provide, not who's presenting it. As such, we only reveal our speakers at the day of the conference.
This statement is our approach to make our commitment to diversity and inclusion as transparent as possible. We are striving to do better each year.
In the previous 4 years, ffconf's speaker distribution included over 50% women and POC and each year we intend to maintain diversity in our speakers. And we are proudly holding our event in Brighton.
This isn't something we should be proud of, because it should be the norm, but it is what we've got and we'd like to share that with you.
You can also apply for our scholarship, open until the 16th of September.