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14 & 15 September
Split, Croatia

A new way to bring the
World’s Developers Together
Shift Dev 2020
supported by

A two-day open air and hybrid Developer conference specifically created to continue the tradition of delivering amazing educational and inspirational talks that the developer community has come accustomed to but in a format fit for the world we live in today.
Ivan Burazin - CEO Codeanywhere

OPEN AIR?

We strongly believe that we must move forward as a community but following all the health and security rules and guidelines. That's why this year the in person segment of Shift Dev will still be on the beautiful mediternean cost of Split, Croatia, but this time we have traded history closed venues for open air ones. So you can expect a little bit of a different vibe to this year's event, although we will still have some of the best speakers in the world, it will be a laid back summer afternoon outdoor event, directly ending with a beach afterparty.

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Ivan Burazin - CEO Codeanywhere

HYBRID

Something new this year that we picked up along they way, as we know not every can and also not everyone wants to travel so that is why we are making Shift Dev a Hybrid event. What does that mean? Well for starters all talks will be professionally streamed so anyone from around the world can tune in. Second you will be able to chat remotely with everyone at the event - both live and remote, and lastly you will be able to remotely ask all the speakers direct questions via our Remote only AMA with each of our speakers! So in Short you get to meet new people, listen to all the talks and talk directly to the speakers themselves!

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Ivan Burazin - CEO Codeanywhere

NETWORKING

With just under 1.000 in-person, and about 10.000 virtual attendees like yourself attending the conference to discuss the latest frameworks and methods. You’ll be able to meet new people, share ideas and opinions without making it awkward. Everybody here is excited to meet - no matter where they are from.

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Ivan Burazin - CEO Codeanywhere

PROSPECTING

Apart from making new friends, you’ll also be able to find new clients and partners. A lot of people come to the Shift Dev conference with problems, as well as solutions. Whether you’ve got the former or the latter, you’ll certainly able to find what you need.

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WHO IS ATTENDING?

Shift Dev is gathering representatives from the whole Dev sector, no matter their size or stage - these are just some of them.

And many more
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999 +
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10K +
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2020 Speakers

Brad Frost
Brad Frost
Web Designer at Brad Frost Web
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Vitaly Friedman
Vitaly Friedman
Creative lead at Smashing Magazin
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Sacha Greif
Sacha Greif
Designer & Developer at Zens
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Sally Lait
Sally Lait
Senior Engineering Manager at Monzo
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Martin Splitt
Martin Splitt
Developer Advocate at Google
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Cassidy Williams
Cassidy Williams
Instructor and Developer at React Training
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Moxie Hampton
Moxie Hampton
Software Engineer at General Dynamic Information Technology (GDIT)
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Felienne Hermans
Felienne Hermans
Associate Professor at LIACS at Universiteit Leiden
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Tejas Kumar
Tejas Kumar
Head of Vetting at G2i
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Previous Speakers

Rasmus Lerdorf
Rasmus Lerdorf
Creator of PHP
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Håkon Wium Lie
Håkon Wium Lie
Creator of CSS
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Harry Roberts
Harry Roberts
Consultant Performance Engineer at CSS Wizardry Ltd.
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Rich Harris
Rich Harris
Graphics Editor at NY Times
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Sean Larkin
Sean Larkin
Technical Program Manager at Microsoft
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Christian Heilmann
Christian Heilmann
HTML5/Open Web Evangelist at Microsoft
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Una Kravets
Una Kravets
Developer Advocate at Google
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Kathy Simpson
Kathy Simpson
Senior Director of Product at GitHub
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Call for Proposals

We would love to invite you! Help us build a great conference by submitting your talk proposals. If chosen, you would join our stellar speaker line-up which has previously included experts from companies such as Heroku, Github, Google, AWS and many others.

Testimonials

Tobias Ahlin
Experience Design Director at
Minecraft
Tobias Ahlin
"Shift is an amazing place. I've seen some amazing talks here with some great speakers. Also I'm baffled - not how much I learn, but how I learn that I don't know yet, so I go home from this inspired and keen on learning more."
Tobias Ahlin
Harry Roberts
Consultant Performance Engineer at
CSS Wizardry CSS Wizardry
Harry Roberts
"Shift stands out as a rare gem in a world of cookie cutter tech conferences. Listening to insightful talks from the brightest minds of today’s tech scene while surrounded by the enchanting history of a town built nearly two millenia ago, you’d be hard pressed to find a more inspiring blend of past and future. Oh, and it’s the most fun you’ll have all year!"
Harry Roberts
DeVaris Brown
Product Manager at
Heroku
DeVaris Brown
"I love the community here, I love what they have done for the developer community. This is one of my favourite conference to come to - every single year."
DeVaris Brown
Una Kravets
Developer Advocate at
Google
Una Kravetsl
"Shift was a really exciting glance into the tech community of Split. I was really impressed with the venue, the people and conversations I had there, and feel really lucky that I had a chance to explore the city itself."
Una Kravetsl
Rich Harris
Graphics Editor at
NY Times
Rich Harris
"It's a great conference, great venue, attendees are really engaged and it been very, very well organised."
Rich Harris

Schedule

Browse through the schedule and see which talks interest you the most.
10:00
10:00 - 11:00
Registration
In short – Who's who. We get to know a little about you, and you get to know a little about us through the course of the conference
11:00
11:00 - 11:50
Opening Ceremony
Ivan Burazin (Shift)
An opportunity to see all of the people in one place, before everybody heads to workshops, and lectures
11:50
11:50 - 12:20
The Technical Side of Design Systems
Brad Frost (Brad Frost Web)
You can have a killer style guide website, a great-looking Sketch library, and robust documentation, but if your design system isn't actually powering real software products, all that effort is for naught. At the heart of a successful design system is a collection of sturdy, robust front-end components that powers other applications' user interfaces.

In this talk, Brad will cover all that's involved in establishing a technical architecture for your design system. He'll discuss front-end workshop environments, CSS architecture, implementing design tokens, popular libraries like React and Vue.js, deploying design systems, managing updates, and more. You'll come away knowing how to establish a rock-solid technical foundation for your design system.
12:20
12:20 - 12:45
Technical SEO for web developers
Martin Splitt (Google)
The web is a great platform to reach a broad audience with our web apps and sites, but to do so we need to make sure that our web apps are findable for our potential users.

In this session we will open up the black box of SEO and find out what we can do in our code to make sure our web apps are search-friendly and gather a set of tools to debug and test our sites for discoverability.
12:45
12:45 - 13:15
Lunch Break
Everybody needs fuel, right?
13:15
13:15 - 14:15
The State of X
Sacha Greif (Monzo)
Sacha Greif will present the results of the latest developer survey in the "State of" (State of JS, State of CSS) series.
14:15
14:15 - 14:45
New Adventures in Front-End, 2020 Edition
Vitaly Friedman (Smashing Magazin)
The beast is alive! How do you feel about ASCII-alike CSS Grid layout with polyfluid sizing and ch unit? Do you feel itchy when it comes to building responsive HTML email layouts? What about the brave new world of dynamic static site generators and JAM stack? Have you ever tried to work around nested CSS Custom Properties, untamed 3rd-party scripts, shady service workers, multi-dimensional variable fonts and painfully outdated pattern libraries? Well, let’s bring it on!

Beware: you will not be able to unlearn what you’ll learn in the session! Ah, one more thing, take the techniques with a grain of salt — we do not take responsibility for sleepless nights and nightmares caused by the content of this session.
14:45
14:45 - 16:00
Giving Back to Tech without Burnout
Moxie Hampton (General Dynamic Information Technology)
You did it! You’re a Software Engineer! After many hours of studying and learning difficult concepts, you made it through. Now you want to volunteer and give back your tech skills to a needed cause. Exciting, right? Wait…here’s a few tips to avoid giver burnout before you start. In this talk, Mo will discuss ways tech givers can continue to volunteer without spreading themselves too thin. Tips will include: how do you give your talent without depleting your energy, choosing volunteer opportunities or open source projects with great impact, and how to say NO.
16:00
16:00 - 16:30
Coffee Break
Everybody needs fuel (part two), and of course a great networking opportunity
16:30
16:30 - 17:30
The Modern Web Stack
Tejas Kumar (G2i)
This talk dives into the components that make up a modern web application on the frontend, backend, and operations sides. Together, we will build a full-stack application and deploy it on AWS.
17:30
17:30 - 18:00
How to teach programming and other things?
Felienne Hermans (Universiteit Leiden)
Everyone should learn programming, right? Yes! But how…? Should we allow children to explore and learn about syntax on their own, or should we drill programming like we rote memorize the table of multiplication or German grammatical cases? Felienne's talk outlines this history of programming education and didactics beliefs in programming that lead to the prevalence of exploratory forms of teaching, starting with Papert's LOGO. She will then explore how people learn in general and how they could learn programming in particular. Felienne will discuss her own research into misconceptions and code phonology as means to teach programming more effectively and her most recent work on her new language Hedy, which takes into account how people learn.
21:00
21:00 - 02:00
After Party
Chillax, network and mingle. You won't be sorry
10:00
10:00 - 11:00
Registration
Pick up your badge, familiarise yourself with the schedule and the venue's layout and meet other attendees before things get hectic.
11:00
11:00 - 12:15
TBA
TBA
12:25
12:25 - 12:45
TBA
TBA
12:45
12:45 - 13:15
Lunch Break
Everybody needs fuel, right?
14:00
14:00 - 16:00
TBA
TBA
16:00
16:00 - 16:20
Coffee Break
Everybody needs fuel (part two), and of course a great networking opportunity
16:20
16:20 - 18:00
TBA
TBA
21:00
21:00 - 02:00
After Party
Chillax, network and mingle. You won't be sorry
10:00
10:00 - 11:00
Registration
In short – Who's who. We get to know a little about you, and you get to know a little about us through the course of the conference
11:00
11:00 - 12:15
TBA
TBA
12:15
12:15 - 12:45
TBA
TBA
12:45
12:45 - 13:45
Lunch
Everybody needs fuel, right?
13:45
13:45 - 14:45
TBA
TBA
14:45
14:45 - 16:00
TBA
TBA
16:00
16:00 - 16:30
Coffee Break
Everybody needs fuel (part two), and of course a great networking opportunity
16:30
16:30 - 17:40
TBA
TBA
17:40
17:40 - 18:05
Closing ceremony
Be sure to be there!
21:00
21:00 - 04:00
After Party
Last day, closing party. Go all out… And do it classy with a wonderfull view on the iconic Split promenade
10:00
10:00 - 11:00
Registration
Pick up your badge, familiarise yourself with the schedule and the venue's layout and meet other attendees before things get hectic.
11:00
11:00 - 12:00
TBA
TBA
12:00
12:00 - 12:45
TBA
TBA
12:45
12:45 - 13:45
Lunch
Everybody needs fuel, right?
13:45
13:45 - 16:00
TBA
TBA
16:00
16:00 - 16:20
Coffee Break
Everybody needs fuel (part two), and of course a great networking opportunity
16:20
16:20 - 17:35
TBA
TBA
17:35
17:35 - 18:00
Closing ceremony
Be sure to be there!
21:00
21:00 - 04:00
After Party
Last day, closing party. Go all out… And do it classy with a wonderfull view on the iconic Split promenade

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