Trifork is a leading full service supplier of high-quality custom-built applications and end-to-end solutions, enabling customers to seamlessly integrate and use new technologies. Trifork provides expert advice on the optimization of business critical IT systems and cutting-edge technology across a range of industries, from educational, finance, public, healthcare, manufacturing and telecom.
Both Trifork and Skills Matter have built a reputation for top quality expertise and content, and both partners have community at the heart of everything they do. Skills Matter is delighted to have Trifork's support to organise thousands more events and help its 60,000 strong community discover new technologies, learn new skills and evolve practices and ideas.
"Trifork has produced technology events in London over the last 8 years and we are very excited to partner with SkillsMatter to support Codenode" says Trifork's CEO, Jørn Larsen. "CodeNode is a unique venue that caters to our audience, the software community. We are convinced that this will result in a fantastic attendee experience at the first GOTO London, September 14-18, 2015".
Have I Got Nodes For You - Comedy Show
Featuring Dylan Beattie and Mark Rendle
Join hosts Mark Rendle and Dylan Beattie for a hilarious episode of the topical technology quiz show, as our panel of special guests demonstrate their knowledge of the latest news and trends in technology, software and engineering in front of a live audience. Caption competitions, missing words,...hignfy codenode
Lightning talks by Skills Matter's sponsors, partners & members
Featuring Guy Remond and Eric Van der Kleij
After Eric Van Der Kleij will officially push Codenode from staging to production, we'll be joined by several supporters, sponsors and partners, who will share what the Skills Matter community means to them and to software innovation.codenode
CodeNode Party - geeky party fun, some good tunes, plenty of beer, ping pong & arcade games
Join everyone in the Codenode Space bar for a whole load of geeky party fun, some good tunes, plenty of beer, ping pong and 1980's arcade games.
Wednesday Keynote: The Future of AI in Scala, and on the JVM
Featuring Adam Gibson
AI, and deep learning in particular, has made huge advances in both accuracy and speed in recent years, breaking record after record in classifying a range of datatypes, including images, sound, time series and text.scala
Tuesday Keynote: Life Beyond the Illusion of Present
Featuring Jonas Bonér
The idea of the present is an illusion. Everything we see, hear and feel is just an echo from the past. But this illusion has influenced us and the way we view the world in so many ways; from Newton’s physics with a linearly progressing timeline accruing absolute knowledge along the way to the...scala
Keynote: Scala - where it came from, where it's going
Featuring Martin Odersky
Scala Creator and Typesafe Co-Founder will give a conference keynote on Scala past and future.scala
Technical Leadership from wherever you are
Featuring Dianne Marsh
Leadership isn’t something that you obtain with a manager role. It’s something that you are. Leaders exist everywhere in an organization. Leaders lead up, sideways, and down in a hierarchy. How do they do that? Why do they do that? How do they maintain their technical acumen if they relinquish...leadership technical-leadership