Be the best explorer
in next-gen technologies

Early Blind Bird
Date 4 November 2020 Location Pakhuis de Zwijger - Piet Heinkade 179 - Amsterdam
>500 highly talented IT Professionals from all over Benelux
20 kick ass sessions from amazing engineers
3 parallel tracks on tomorrow's topics
JavaScript
Data Engineering
DevOps

About ITNEXT Summit 2020

LEARN. SHARE. CONNECT
On Wednesday, November 4th 2020, ITNEXT Summit 2020 will take place at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam. This year’s event has three parallel tracks for JavaScript, Data Engineering and DevOps. The event is aimed at IT-professionals who want to deepen their knowledge and meet like-minded fellows. Why?
We live in an era where building software shouldn't be the same routine anymore. Our generation doesn't know a nine-to-five mentality; instead, we aim to make an impact with every action. Eagerness to explore challenging opportunities is part of our culture. Why? Because we want to keep pushing the boundaries more than ever before!
In 2017 we published our first article to a handful of readers and since then have grown to more than 2 million visitors per month. We want to invite you to become part of the ITNEXT family and share your knowledge globally!
More information about ITNEXT Summit 2020 will follow soon!

Creating a safe and inclusive environment for everyone

Tech is built for humans and by humans. Different mindsets & points of view represent a better learning and sharing environment: the core ideas behind the ITNEXT initiative. Therefore, for the 5th edition of the ITNEXT Summit we want to make diversity a priority again. One of our goals is creating a safe and inclusive environment for everyone!

Next to that, we are offering diversity tickets, have and execute a clear code of conduct and will do everything that is in our power to create a safe environment and safe community for everyone.

Location

Pakhuis de Zwijger

Pakhuis de Zwijger is a former refrigerated warehouse at the Piet Heinkade in the Oostelijk Havengebied at the Port of Amsterdam. It was built in 1933/’34 for the storage of perishable goods and was one of the most modern warehouses of its time.

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