Update Conference Prague 2022
The fifth year of The Update Conference Prague which took place on November 10th - 11th 2022, was the largest .NET developer conference in the Czech Republic. The conference continued the success of the previous year and allowed .NET developers from the Czech Republic and other countries to meet with foreign experts.
We put maximum effort to invite new faces from all over the world. They can bring new knowledge and different perspectives to the attendees. This year, we invited a total of 41 speakers from 11 countries. In addition to their sessions, they networked with the attendees and were available for questions.
There were three halls with more than 42 sessions in total.
- .NET Framework, .NET Core
- Azure & Serverless
- Machine Learning, ML.NET
- IoT, Virtual Reality
- Web Development
- SQL Server
- DevOps & Testing
- Xamarin & Mobile Development
- Cloud & Mobile Security
The whole conference was accompanied by the program that our partners have prepared. Attendees could wind down in Chill-out Zone by ITIXO, have fun at Tech & Fun Zone by RIGANTI. Other Partners like Sony and Microsoft demonstrated latest technologies.
They could also chat with the developers of DotVVM, an open source framework developed by RIGANTI.
Thanks to your feedback, which we greatly appreciate, we can continually improve the Conference and invite other interesting speakers to the Czech Republic.
The room was filling up quite nicely for my talk "Lessons learned implementing CQRS, DDD and Event Sourcing in .NET" at @update_conf. Thanks everyone who attended this session! #awesomesauce pic.twitter.com/Z7Zu4SMmy8— Edwin van Wijk (@evanwijk) November 10, 2022
Find me at @update_conf this week to talk about my experiences practicing Test Driven Development and building distributed occasionally connected systems using Event Sourcing. pic.twitter.com/oQpAgW27yk— Dennis Doomen | mastodon.social/@ddoomen (@ddoomen) November 7, 2022
@KooKiz talk about writing native libraries in .net using NativeAOT is definitely the most hardcore session so far at @update_conf. If I didn’t have reverse engineering class at the university, I wouldn’t be able to follow. pic.twitter.com/UBKu2JYUkz— Michal Vácha (@mvacha) November 11, 2022