One day of talks. Friendly, open discussion about accessibility. An opportunity to network and learn. #a11yScotland is coming back for the third time on the 9th of November in the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
The annual festival of ideas and innovation, brought to you by ScotlandIS.
ScotSoft is the leading tech conference in Scotland. It’s an annual festival of ideas and innovation that showcases the best of the Scottish technology sector and brings you sought after speakers from far flung locations.
Running for more than 20 years the event includes a full day Developer Conference, a half day Forum and a chance to meet the next generation of talent at the Young Software Engineer of the Year Awards Dinner in the evening.
Over 1300 delegates enjoy a packed day with speakers drawn from all corners of the world, this year including Eric McAfee, an entrepreneur, venture capitalist and philanthropist based in Silicon Valley and Dave McCann, VP of AWS Marketplace.
So why not join your peers across the community to explore, share and be inspired by great speakers and contributors. Use the event to conceptualise, share knowledge and collaborate in new ways.
Scotland's tech gathering returns for 2018, with 50 world-class speakers from companies like GitHub, MongoDB, Intercom, Zoom and Algolia discussing how to build better tech products and businesses. Turing Fest 2018 offers 6 conference tracks over two days: Product, Growth, Strategy, Engineering, Culture and Marketing.
DIBI is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form in any conference venue, including talks, workshops, social events, or other channels of communication. A conference participant who violates these rules will be asked to stop. Should the participant not comply, the participant may be expelled from the conference without a refund. The conference organisers reserve the right to expel anyone who violates these rules.