SDD 2021 rescheduled for 15–19 November 2021
In light of the UK government’s recent announcement that large-scale events won’t be permitted until 21 June at the earliest, we’ve taken the decision to postpone SDD 2021 to later in the year – the conference will now take place on 15–19 November, with as far as possible the same agenda and speakers as were originally planned.
A detailed statement explaining the reasons for rescheduling and what your options are if you had already registered and carried your booking over rather than cancelling after previous postponements is available here.
Registration for new attendees is temporarily closed while we update various details – if you’re interested in booking a place, follow us on Twitter where we’ll tweet as soon as we open registration again (we’re aiming to do so by the end of May at the latest).
Five days of in-depth learning
- 93 in-depth breakout sessions
- 18 intensive all-day workshops
- Keynote on Quantum Computing by Jules May
SDD 2021 features 112 in-depth sessions and workshops on a wide range of key software development topics, delivered by 43 world-class speakers.
The event runs for five days, with the main 3-day conference taking place from Tuesday to Thursday, and optional all-day workshops on the Monday and Friday.
Speakers include leading experts like Kevlin Henney, Neal Ford, Jessica White, Sven Peters, Dominick Baier, Allen Holub, Kate Gregory, Venkat Subramaniam, Sander Hoogendoorn, Jimmy Bogard, Hadi Hariri, Heidi Waterhouse, Jeff Prosise, Mark Richards, Kim van Wilgen, Simon Brown and many more.
Topics covered include Software Architecture Fundamentals, AI, Microservices, C#, Machine Learning, Kubernetes, Azure, Domain-Driven Design, .NET Core, React, Async Programming, OO Design Patterns, Continuous Security, and much more.