Where Erlang & Elixir Developers Unite To Share the Secrets to Scale to Billions
NOVEMBER 03-04, 2022

The major North American event for Erlang and Elixir users is coming back from virtual to in-person world! But, to make sure everyone feels safe and comfortable, we’re going to run a HYBRID event, combining both an in-person and virtual conference.

New format - new location! The event is taking place at Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA (30 minutes drive from SFO Airport, 15 minutes drive from SJC Airport).

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DAYS      TRACKS      SPEAKERS      ATTENDEES


WELCOME


Join The major North American event for Erlang and Elixir users

Erlang and Elixir share the same Virtual Machine, the BEAM. This ingenious little bit of technology is perfect for fault-tolerant, resilient applications that scale to billions of users, which is one of the biggest challenges facing developers and companies today. Code BEAM has united Erlang & Elixir developers for years to grow and progress the community in the spirit of Share. Learn. Inspire.

Share
Code BEAM is an event where leading developers in Erlang, Elixir and other BEAM based technologies like RabbitMQ share their use cases and success stories to allow us to grow together.

Learn
We pride ourselves on our connection with community and industry leaders. At Code BEAM events you’ll be the first to learn about new frameworks and applications for the BEAM VM that can increase your productivity and help make your life easier.

Inspire
We believe that now, more than ever, conferences are a great opportunity to bring your team together to meet in person and connect with like-minded people to inspire the next big idea.

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KEYNOTES


Randall Thomas

Hacker. Musician. Bon Vivant

Marianne Bellotti

Author, Systems Geek, Relapsed Anthropologist

Formal Verification? No, Formal Reasoning!

Boyd Multerer

Creator of Scenic and Lead Engineering for Xbox Live, XNA

Security Under the BEAM

Maxim Fedorov

Performance & Scalability Engineer

We are stronger together

SPEAKERS


Flora Petterson

Technical writer at Revelry, puppeteer

Build animatronics with Nerves

Mackenzie Morgan

Senior Software Engineer at NextRoll

Typing with pixie dust

Paulo Valente

Elixir enthusiast, Nx maintainer and Sr Software Engineer at DockYard

Deep Dive in Nx Backends

Jason Axelson

Nerves & Scenic Enthusiast; Engineering Manager @ Felt

Nerves in a Cloud World

Ian Butler

Tech Lead, Senior Engineer II at Compass

High Throughput Data Processing with GenStage

Nelson Vides

Self-taught programmer and core developer of MongooseIM

Building blocks and how to use them: a MongooseIM case study

Ihor Kuz

Operating system engineer @ Kry10 & seL4 TSC member

seL4 and BEAM: a match made in Erlang

Benoit Chesneau

Enki Multimedia found, craftman working on P2P and telecommunications platforms

Barrel, a decentralized data platform to take back the control of your data

TRAINERS


Sophie DeBenedetto

Senior Software Engineer for GitHub

Mastering Liveview

Steven Nunez

Senior Software Engineer @ Github; Teacher

Mastering Liveview

Francesco Cesarini

Founder/Manager Director of Erlang Solutions

Architecting Reactive Systems

Zack Kayser

Senior Software Engineer II at Cars.com

Instrumenting Elixir Application

Ethan Gunderson

Principal Software Engineer at Cars.com

Instrumenting Elixir Application

Bruce Tate

Author, Editor, Founder of Grox.IO

Build A Binary Clock

TRAINING


DIVERSITY


We are pleased to announce that Code BEAM America 2022 is implementing a Diversity Scheme. The goal of the programme is to improve diversity at the conference and to offer support to those in the tech community who would not otherwise be able to attend, aimed at (but not restricted to) women, people from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities. Read more about the process here.

Apply

VENUE


COMPUTER HISTORY MUSEUM

1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043
United States

+1 650-810-1010<


HOTELS


We managed to secure rooms at a special B&B rate per night for Code BEAM guests. Use the following links to get better prices at:

HOTEL AVANTE

860 E El Camino Real, Mountain View, CA 94040 (map)

PRICE PER DAY: $199

without taxes for single and double occupancy.

Price includes continental breakfast, wi-fi, self parking.

Rooms are blocked till 19 Oct 2022.

To book the rooms call
(+1 650) 940-1000 or 877-803-7534 or log on to Hyatt.com and refer to event name: Code Beam 2022.

DINAH'S GARDEN HOTEL

4261 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94306 (map)

PRICE PER DAY: $285

without taxes for single and double occupancy.

Price includes wi-fi, parking, fitness and business center. Doesn't include breakfast (additional charge).

Rooms are blocked till 4 Oct 2022.

To book the rooms click here.

RADISSON HOTEL SUNNYVALE - SILICON VALLEY

Chesapeake Terrace, Sunnyvale, CA 94089 (map)

PRICE PER DAY: $169

without taxes for single and double occupancy.

Price includes breakfast buffet.

Rooms are blocked till 2 Oct 2022.

To book the rooms call (+1 866) 231-9273 or click here, pick the arrival and departure dates, and on the Special Rates section use the drop-down menu and select "Promotional Code" - type in CBEAM and click on Search.

THE AMESWELL HOTEL

800 Moffett Boulevard, Mountain View, CA 94043 (map)

PRICE PER DAY: $339

without taxes for single and double occupancy.

Price DOESN'T include breakfast.

Rooms are blocked till 19 Oct 2022.

To book the rooms call click here and follow instructions.

GOING HYBRID


We are coming back to meet with you in Mountain View and we will make sure not only to deliver a great experience, but also that it’s delivered in a safe environment. However, we’re also keeping in mind that by then not everyone will be able to travel, therefore, we’ve decided to make Code BEAM America a hybrid event, combining both an in-person and virtual conference.

There will be two different categories of tickets going on sale at the same time - for the in-person conference and training and for virtual conference attendance.

Read FAQ

CALL FOR TALKS



DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO LEAD A CONFERENCE SESSION OR TUTORIAL? HAVE YOU MADE AN INTERESTING INNOVATION, OPEN-SOURCE APPLICATION OR PRODUCT WITH ERLANG/OTP? HAVE YOU USED ERLANG OR ELIXIR IN A REAL-WORLD PROJECT AND WANT TO PRESENT A CASE STUDY? TELL US ABOUT IT.

This year we’re accepting talks from people who are happy to deliver them in-person or virtually from anywhere in the world (though keep in mind the Pacific time zone). We welcome proposals about Erlang, Elixir, BEAM and other technologies and we are happy to support candidates from under-represented groups in the software development community. CFT deadline: 23:59 PT on 17 July 2022

    We are looking for great talk ideas around the 6 themes of:
  • Growth - overcoming challenges, such as how to onboard new members to your team, adopt new technologies or take your new products to the next level
  • DevOps - how software is behaving in the actual production environment, overcoming usual and unusual challenges in your production environment.
  • Web/Cloud - latest paradigms and frameworks for web and cloud development.
  • Fighting technical debt - improving legacy systems, and new developments in the tools that helped to do so.
  • Innovation - the latest cool projects in the ecosystem.
  • History & Philosophy of the Ecosystem - first-person accounts, holistic overviews or specific case reviews of rich heritage, and how they are helping shape the future.
CFT is CLOSED

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE


Quinn Wilton

Collector of dead languages

Francesco Cesarini

Founder/Manager Director of Erlang Solutions

Sophie DeBenedetto

Senior Software Engineer for GitHub

Amos King

CEO @ Binary Noggin, @THEERLEF member, co-host of Elixir Outlaws

Lorena Mireles

Co-founder of Temachtiani, member and supporter of Technolatinas

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