Web Summit 2015 will feature 21 standalone summits, some looking at the future of given industries and how they collide with tech; others at innovations in tech itself.
They’ll all hear from the world’s sharpest minds. They’ll all feature tracks on the most important issues in 21st century tech. You’ll be able to network with the most important people in your industry.
Let’s take a look at two of those summits – Code Summit and Content Summit.
We pride ourselves on our engineers and data scientists. They’re helping us redefine what a 21st century tech conference should be – they’re helping us engineer serendipity.
Where better, then, to learn about the art of code?
We’ll be talking about the future of code, innovations in the field, and hearing from the people driving these innovations.
Mikko Hypponen – one of Foreign Policy’s Top 100 Global Thinkers and security expert – is just one of the heavyweights joining us at Code Summit.
Featuring tracks on DevOps, databasing, the cloud, web development, server development, front end and mobile, Code Summit is where you’ll find out why code is the new international language.
That’s Mike Krieger. He’s the Co-Founder of Instagram.
In other words, he’s the man responsible for a network that sees 700 photos each second; a network hosting over 20 billion photos. A network that, at last glance, was growing 20 percent quicker than its parent, Facebook.
He’ll be joining us at Content Summit.
Joining him will be names from the world’s biggest and most influential content companies – Buzzfeed, VICE, the Guardian, the New York Times and more.
You’ll learn what the future of news, video, VR, journalism, film and live streaming – and meet the most important people in the industry.
Is content still king?
Get your early bird ticket and meet us at Code and Content Summit.