Each year, our amazing partners help us keep tickets affordable, organize great workshops and welcome you in their stands.
If you want to be one of them, contact us.
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Our mission is to bring the best hackers in the world in Paris to let them share their unique insights with you all.
Creators of the most popular open source projects, CTOs of fast-growing startups, architects of large-scale platforms: you can trust us to invite the best of them.
There will be no marketing speeches, no buzzword cover-ups. Speaking slots are not for sale.
Instead, you can expect deeply technical talks (even more than previous dotConferences) and surprising new ideas!
We do record every talk with a 4-camera crew and publish the videos for free on The dot Post.
That said, the off-camera Q&A session after each talk might also surprise you...
Leave your laptop at home, open your ears and enjoy our dense 20-minutes technical talks!
Short talks are the best way to stay focused during both deep technival dives and general introductions to new exciting projects.
dotScale will gather 700+ developers, devOps, sysadmins and hackers from all over Europe in a single place, for a single day.
A great chance to meet new people and go talk with the speakers!
Last but not least, we strive to keep our tickets very affordable so that everyone can join. Register now!
I had a great time @dotScale yesterday. Great organization, some awesome speakers, intense networking. It was definitely the place to be!— François Zaninotto (@francoisz) May 20, 2014
once again, thanks to the organisers for #dotscale. A step up from last year for the organisation. Some good content in there!— Arnaud Limbourg (@arnaudlimbourg) May 20, 2014
serfdom.io, packer.io, http://saltstack.com , flynn.io, and consul.io are some of the glorious tools I've (re)discovered at #dotScale— Tim Carry (@pixelastic) May 22, 2014
Les directeurs techniques de 20 minutes, le Parisien, Le Monde, Mediapart & L’Équipe présents à #dotScale ! Bravo les gars— Gilles BRUNO (@gillesbruno) June 7, 2013