Front-Trends is a 3-day conference for web and mobile developers to discover the latest trends, technologies, and ideas in front-end development. For over 5 years, Front-Trends has brought together people from all over the world who are shaping the face of the internet and the future of human-technology interaction. Front-Trends 2015 takes place on May 6-8, 2015 in Warsaw Poland.
Who it’s for
Front-Trends is an independently organized conference made for the developer community, by web developers and designers themselves. It welcomes both new and veteran web & mobile developers, interaction & UX designers, tech entrepreneurs, and more. The event often leaves a positive mark on each attendees’ professional career as they always learn something new and valuable. The event is also an excellent opportunity for many innovative companies and IT organizations to showcase their technologies and services, or find recruits for their teams.
Format and Organization
With over 24 sessions scheduled on a single track, speakers at the forefront of front-end deliver their latest talks to over 450 attendees. Front-Trends offers a festival atmosphere with activities, games, lounge areas, free food & drink, and a steady stream of caffeine and beer to complement the intense learning sessions that take place during the speaker talks. At Front-Trends, you can expect unique presentations such as live code demonstrations, discussion panels, and never-before seen content from fresh new talent in the developer community. Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments are served to attendees on each day of the event, and a party will be held on Thursday, May 7th for all attendees. Everything is included in the ticket price.
Front-Trends 2015 uses a single track with 22 primary talks at 30 minutes each in addition to smaller “lightning talks” at 5-10 minutes each. The conference spans many topics, but generally covers the following:
Mobile development trends in technologies such as mobile OS, Mobile SDKs, Cross-Platform development and developer APIs for mobile networks.
User experience and interaction design topics that span both web and mobile development, and generally include best practices, tips and tricks in making usable designs, demonstrations of new methodologies, etc.
Front-Trends 2015 is an international event conducted entirely in English that attracts an audience from all over the globe, primarily mobile and web developers, interaction designers, in addition to project managers and their IT organizations. Located in Warsaw, more than half of the participants are from outside Poland. Every year nearly 500 people attend Front-Trends.
Front-Trends 2015 is the 5th installment of the Front-Trends conference, first organized in 2010. The event was created to bring high quality, affordable and accessible talks particularly to Poland and the Central and Eastern European region.