THE ERLANG AND ELIXIR CONFERENCE RETURNS TO AMERICA!
March 7-8 2024 | San Francisco, CA & Virtual
Tutorials: March 5-6

Bringing the Erlang and Elixir communities together to Learn, Share and be Inspired.

Meet people and companies using and developing high performance, fault-tolerant and resilient applications that scale to billions of users in production in areas like Fintech, eCommerce, IoT, Gaming, Blockchain, Security, Machine Learning and more.

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About Code BEAM America


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.

HARDWARE HACKING


Have you ever wanted to hack hardware using the BEAM? Join Erlang Solutions experts at Hardware Hacking Area, pull out your laptop and start cracking the code! Build your own IoT sensor running Elixir.

These self-paced sessions will be accessible throughout the entire conference for free.

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KEYNOTES


Mae Milano

Inventing new ways to write correct distributed systems code

Programming Distributed Systems

Erik Stenman

From Code to Company - Architecting Concurrent Systems

30 Years On and In the Beam. Mastering Concurrency

SPEAKERS


Saša Jurić

Elixir mentor, author of Elixir in Action

Against the Grain

Miriam Pena

Voted One Of The Women to Watch in Tech by Women 2.0

Marc Sugiyama

Senior Principal Erlang Engineer, Baxter International

Erlang and SQL - Why is this so hard?

Ingela Anderton Andin (remotely)

Senior Erlang/OTP core developer

OTP Update

José Valim (remotely)

Creator of Elixir, Chief Adoption Officer @ Dashbit

Elixir Update

Zeyu Zhang

Research Scientist at WhatsApp

RPC in WhatsApp

Lee Barney

Professor of Computer Science, Brigham Young University-Idaho

SwErl - a library for phones, watches, and headsets

Raúl Chouza

Elixir Developer at Erlang Solutions

Getting to know Actors in Gleam

Shintaro Hosoai

The University of Tokyo, Project Researcher, Embedded System/IoT

Zenohex - an eloquent, scalable and fast communication library for Elixir

Jonatan Männchen

Lead Technology @ Sustema, Member @ ErlEF security WG

Unlock the Power of OpenID Connect on the BEAM

Dmytro Lytovchenko

Senior Developer at Erlang Solutions

Working with Legacy Code

Adam Lancaster

Putting the "wow" in "wow, who the hell wrote this?!"

This Too Shall Parse.

Brooklin Myers

Elixir Instructor @ DockYard Academy

LiveView Native with Livebook

Artur Sulej

Senior Software Engineer at Fresha.com

Ruby as a Node

Justin Scherer

Northwestern Mutual Lead Software Engineer

Bringing Functional to an Organization

TRAINERS


Dmytro Lytovchenko

Senior Developer at Erlang Solutions

BEAM VM Under the Hood

TRAINING


DIVERSITY & INCLUSION PROGRAMME


We are pleased to announce that Code BEAM America 2024 is implementing a Diversity & Inclusion Programme sponsored by Erlang Solutions. The goal of the programme is to increase the diversity of attendees and offer support to groups underrepresented in the tech community who would not otherwise be able to attend the conference. The Diversity & Inclusion Programme focuses primarily on empowering women, ethnic minorities or people with disabilities, among others, but everybody is welcome to apply. Read more about the process here.

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GOING HYBRID


We continue delivering Code BEAM event to you in both in-person and online formats.

There are two different categories of conference tickets - for the in-person and virtual attendance. We're also offering four in-person tutorials and two virtual ones.

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PROGRAMME COMMITTEE


Quinn Wilton

Collector of dead languages

Francesco Cesarini

Founder and Technical Director of Erlang Solutions

Sophie DeBenedetto

Senior Software Engineer for GitHub

Amos King

CEO @ Binary Noggin, Consulting Architect @ HCA, Host of Elixir Outlaws

Lorena Mireles

Co-founder of Temachtiani, member and supporter of Technolatinas

Thiago Esteves

Tech Lead Consultant at Erlang Solutions | Founder at Calori

VENUE & ACCOMMODATION


MARINES' MEMORIAL CLUB & HOTEL

609 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States
(800) 5-MARINE or 562-7463

VENUE DETAILS

ACCOMMODATION

The prices are subject to tax - total tax percentage for San Francisco is 16.43%. Hotel does not charge a resort or destination fee. All rooms booked get the following :
1) Daily Complimentary Breakfast and Happy Hour in our rooftop restaurant.
2) Complimentary Wifi in all rooms.
3) Complimentary access to the Fitness Center, Business Center and Library.

THERE ARE 4 WAYS TO RESERVE ROOMS using the code CODE BEAM 2024:
1) Ask for CODE BEAM 2024 block when calling MMC at 800-562-7463 or 415-673-6672 or
2) fax Reservations Requests to 415-441-3649 or
3) email Reservation Requests to: reservations@marinesmemorial.org.
4) Visit Venue Website and click on the Book a Stay or Make a Reservation Button. Type in the date of stay and offer code: CODEBEAM24. You will be able to book directly into your block.

HOW TO GET THERE?

-> DRIVING: From the Peninsula & San Francisco International Airport (SFO) or From the East Bay/Bay Bridge & Oakland International Airport (OAK).
-> PUBLIC TRANSPORT: All Metro routes to Powell Street Station. Exit station and walk up Powell Street to Sutter Street. Turn left and go one block west to 609 Sutter Street (at Mason St.). By Cable Car, use Powell & Mason or Powell & Hyde routes, disembark at Sutter Street.


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