February 5-7th, 2016
Brno, Czech Republic

Spanning 3 days, DevConf.cz brings together around 1000 developers, quality engineers, administrators, and users from the Fedora, JBoss, and Red Hat communities. With almost 100 talks and workshops spread over 6 different tracks, DevConf.cz is one of the largest events celebrating free software in the region.

Conference has free admission and is open to anyone without registration


The best 4 presentations are1. shellshock! (Huzaifa Sidhpurwala)2. Docker Security (Dan Walsh)3-4. Pushing Puppet (to it's limit) (James Shubin (purpleidea))3-4. Write Yourself an Annotation Processor (Ladislav Thon)Congratulations folks! All these talks are recorded. This year we've managed to record an amazing number of 138 sessions - all available on RedHatCzech Youtube Channel.

Can't attend DevConf.cz this year? No problem! You can watch live streams from 6 out of 8 rooms. Just check the YouTube channel of Red Hat Czech when the conference starts (8am UTC). If you have missed a talk it's also no problem, streams will be automatically converted to video recordings and available on YouTube within one hour after the talk.

DevConf.cz 2015 offers over 150 talks and workshops. It's quite a big schedule to get oriented in. We're using sched.org which allows you to create your own personal schedule and have a list of talks you'd like to attend always with you. If you need tips which talks to attend, here is a list of 10 most popular talks based on personal schedules attendees have created so far:

  1. Future of Red Hat
  2. Docker Security
  3. What is kubernetes?
  4. Provision and manage Docker containers with Foreman
  5. Fedora Atomic
  6. Performance Tuning of Docker and RHEL Atomic
  7. Performance of various file systems
  8. golang - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  9. Live Migration of QEMU/KVM Virtual Machines
  10. DevAssistant, Docker and You

We're proud to announce the schedule of talks and workshops at DevConf.cz 2015. It was a tough job to pick the best talks from nearly 300 submissions. The schedule is busier than ever. The total number of talks and workshops is 154. The range of topics is also very wide: Kernel, JBoss, Networking, OpenShift, OpenStack, Security, Storage, Software Quality, System Management, Virtualization, Desktop, Containers, Databases, Hardware, Documentation, 3D Printing. The schedule has expanded from 6 parallel tracks (3 talk tracks and 3 workshop tracks) to 8 parallel tracks (5 talk tracks and 3 workshop tracks).

Sunday is again devoted to Fedora and will feature many planning discussions and talks. We're also proud to welcome the CentOS community which will have their talks on Sunday, too. Attendees can look forward to talks by the leaders of both projects: Matthew Miller (Fedora), and Karanbir Singh (CentOS).

A Django Girls workshop is co-hosted with DevConf.cz and will take place at the venue one day before the conference - Feb 5th. You can still apply!

The keynote speakers for this year are Tim Burke, a vicepresident of Red Hat engineering, and Mark Little, a vicepresident of Red Hat engineering and CTO of JBoss Middleware.

DevConf.cz 2015 won't only be talks and workshops, you can also look forward to a conference party in Klub Fléda.

Looking forward to meeting you at DevConf.cz!

Winter of Code 2015 - OpenShift hacking competition - has officialy started. Check out http://openshift.devconf.cz/ - submit your cool openshift app, come to Developer Conference and win a Nexus tablet!