The Elixir Community's premier conference for Elixir developers and enthusiasts from around the globe.
introducing elixirconf 2019
ElixirConf® is dedicated to
advancing the Elixir programming language
communities and companies surrounding it by
bringing together the technically minded
establish relationships for
Join us this August in Denver, CO, and be a part of the sixth annual ElixirConf US!
REGISTRATION OPENING SOON
Book Your Room at the Gaylord Rockies in Aurora, CO.
This year ElixirConf® has 14 classes to choose from! There are seven classes to select for each day of training. Also this year, each class stands as an independent class, so you have many options when selecting class pairs to best meet your needs. Three of the classes are run on Tuesday and Wednesday so you can better select classes that fit your needs.
Each training class is a full-day class with six hours of training. You may register for one class for each day of training.
There are seven classes to choose from for Tuesday and seven classes to choose from for Wednesday. All of the trainers are either authors, core team members, or have professional experience in the area of their training class.
ElixirConf provides a great opportunity to get world-class Elixir training at an affordable price!
To help you get the most from your Elixir training, suggested class pairings will be listed here in the near future.
HOTEL AND VENUE - A FAMILY GET AWAY DESITNATION
This year ElixirConf® will be held at the brand new Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center. And by new, I mean that it was just completed January 2019.
This beautiful resort is a spectacular location for this years ElixirConf and we have secured an excellent conference rate of $176 per night for a single or double room.
And check out this list of amazing amenities!
6700 North Gaylord Rockies Boulevard, Aurora, Colorado 80019 USA
You will want to book your room before the reservation deadline July 28, 2019.
The resort will sell out!
"ElixirConf is all about meeting people." - Justin Schneck
Justin Schneck, José Valim and Chris McCord share how we all help each other when we work with Elixir.