MicroCPH is a yearly international 2-day single-track conference with a focus on microservices, distributed and event-driven architecture. We welcome about 250 attendees with a healthy mix of developers, software architects and operations folks. Our commitment is to create a friendly and welcoming conference experience with quality content and the best speaker line-up - and good food!
MicroCPH takes place in wonderful Copenhagen in a beautiful and historic venue commonly used for concerts. But also perfect for a single-track conference like MicroCPH.
Are you passionate about microservices, distributed architecture or maybe event-driven architecture? Do you have a great story or use-case that you want to share with like-minded people? Maybe you have a tool that has helped or aided you in building microservices or event-driven software that you want to share? We are interested in both technical and experience focused talks.
Topics of interest include but are not strictly limited to microservices, distributed systems, event sourcing, event-driven, DDD, observability, monitoring, reliability engineering, resillience engineering, messaging, streaming, tools/tooling, patterns and practices, experiences running/implementing microservices, cloud native, micro-frontends.
We'd love to hear from you, as we look for talks for the 2020 edition of MicroCPH.
We are looking for both 45 minute sessions and 15 minute lightning talks.
In addition to paying for travel and accommodation we also invite our Speakers to spend a few extra days in Copenhagen in order to explorer the city. As a speaker you help make the conference possible and we want to give you an awesome experience as part of that.
If you enjoy good food we can highly recommend spending the weekend prior to the conference to visit some of the excellent restaurants here in Copenhagen.
If you are a beer enthusiast you might be interested in the Mikkeller beer celebration the weekend before MicroCPH.
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