Bournemouth, UK
Friday 14th October 2016

An affordable conference for developers and managers on the south coast.

Write more awesome code and work better together, no matter your product or platform.

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We're back, and we're going to the next level.

In 2014, we had a sell out crowd of 150 attendees. A year later, we went up to 200 passionate attendees, filling out our venue. For 2016 we've decided to dream a little bigger.

This year, re:develop is getting bigger. This October 14th, we're going to deliver a fantastic third year full of all the things you expect from us - a day of learning, entertainment, and bringing the community together.

We can't do this without you. Support us by telling your friends or getting your team together. We pride ourselves on being affordable for as many people as possible.

Over the coming weeks we'll have lots more to share on our new venue, speakers, and the day we hope you will look forward to. We can't wait to share more with you.

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Speakers

We’ve got 8 great talks scheduled for you. With a focus on key new methodologies and experiences, you’ll take away a ton of inspiration and practical advice to approaching development projects more effectively. One day out of the office is guaranteed to save you time and money for you and your team.

Each speaker will share their own takes on popular dev subjects and new thinking, with every talk giving you insight on how to get to the best out of yourself, your team and the tools you work with.

Andrew Nesbitt

Andrew Nesbitt

Developer at Dependency CI

Ruth John

Ruth John

Web Technologist

Stuart Robson

Stuart Robson

Freelance Front-End Developer

Roo Reynolds

Roo Reynolds

COO at Digi2al

Matt Northam

Matt Northam

Lead Front-End Developer at Redweb, Dad of Two at Home

Clair Shaw

Clair Shaw

Software engineer/tester

Elizabeth Ayer

Elizabeth Ayer

Product manager at Redgate

Melinda Seckington

Melinda Seckington

Developer at FutureLearn

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Code of Conduct

re:develop is dedicated to a great conference experience for everyone. Our Code of Conduct must be followed by all attendees, speakers, and organisers.