Tech Events in Germany, April 2019

Tech Events

Don’t miss out on these events

2019 has been filled with many great tech events and April is serving us some more exciting conventions, conferences and meetups. From e-commerce and gaming, to a massive technology convention and front end developer conference, April has it all.  

 

Hannover Messe

Hannover, 1-5 April

Kicking off the month is the Hannover Messe, one of the biggest technology conventions in Germany. With over 6,500 companies from 75 countries present, you can immerse yourself in everything in the world of artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics and Industry 4.0. If you want to connect with industrial pioneers and know about the latest developments and innovations, be sure to attend the Hannover Messe to get your technology fix.  

Get your ticket now, starting at €31: https://www.hannovermesse.de/

 

MainXchange

Würzberg, 3 April

This April, experts and creatives in the digital technology space will come together at MainXchange. With schedules covering software engineering and DevOps, as well as e-commerce and Business 4.0, there’s something for everyone. Learn from experts and business leaders about how you can advance and optimise the way your team and company work when it comes to software engineering and DevOps.

Book your ticket here: https://mainxchange.de/

 

CodeTalks Commerce

Berlin, 4-5 April

Centred around e-commerce, this year’s CodeTalks conference will give you all the latest trends and innovations in e-commerce’s developer scene. Featuring talks from people at companies such as Shopify and HelloFresh, you’ll have the chance to mingle with the engineers, CTOs and founders at the forefront of e-commerce. There’s also a micro hackathon you won’t want to miss.

Dive into e-commerce and get your ticket now: https://commerce.codetalks.de/

 

Energy Efficiency Hack 2019

Berlin, 7-8 April

What are you doing to fight climate change? Join DENEFF’s event this April to be part of Europe’s biggest energy efficiency hack. Supported by over 150 leading companies, such as Siemens, Bosch and Bilfinger, the EEHack is all about creating innovative energy efficiency solutions. Supported by coaches, engineers, developers, designers and scientists gather to form teams and tackle one of four challenges: Energy efficiency in supermarkets; energy efficient e-mobility; energy efficiency in buildings; energy efficiency in industry.

Register now to participate in the EEHack: https://www.eehack.com/

 

GamesWeek Berlin

Berlin, 8-14 April

Do you work in the gaming industry or are you an avid gamer? Then you’ll absolutely love GamesWeek. As the name suggests, GamesWeek Berlin spans a week of exciting events, starting with 2 days of talks and workshops for game developers and other gaming professionals. This is followed by Womenize!, a 1-day action program for women in the gaming industry, and A MAZE., a fun international festival focused on the art and culture of games.

Join Germany’s No.1 gaming event now: https://www.gamesweekberlin.com/

 

Sencha Community Days

Karlsruhe, 10-11 April

If you’re a fan of the Ext JS framework or want to learn more about, be sure to check out the Sencha Community Days. The conference offers workshops and practical training for both Sencha Ext JS beginners and experts, so it will be a great opportunity to test and consolidate your knowledge of the framework. With numerous workshops and training sessions in both German and English, we’re sure every developer working with Ext JS will find something interesting.

Get your ticket and book your workshop spots now: https://sencha-community-days.de/

 

FrontConf 2019

Munich, 27 April

Front end developers, get ready for one of your biggest events this year. FrontConf returns to Munich this April, bringing two tracks of talks from international speakers, all about front end technologies and concepts. Speakers include engineers working at Google, Netcentric, Theodo and ClassPass, so you won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn about the latest front end developments and meet other developers. FrontConf also offers full-day training sessions on a number of essential front end topics, such as CSS layout and how to optimise your webpage loading speed.

Learn more about FrontConf and get your ticket today: https://frontconf.com/