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ScalaCon is a series of virtual conferences designed to bring the Scala community closer together.

October 4th - 7th, 2022

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About ScalaCon

ScalaCon is a collaborative project brought to you by the folks behind Scala eXchange and Scala Days!
Join us for talks, networking opportunities, virtual sponsor booths, and a safe space for talking about our favorite language, its past , present, and future.

A centralized spot to talk about Scala

A centralized spot to talk about Scala

ScalaCon uses a centralized event platform that provides a great environment for watching talks, interacting with speakers and other attendees, virtual sponsors booths, and more all in one spot.

A collaborative team behind the scenes

A collaborative team behind the scenes

ScalaCon is brought to you by the folks behind the Scala Days and Scala eXchange conferences. Skills Matter, 47 Degrees, and the Scala Center all have years of experience organizing conferences and other community actions. We're all working behind the scenes to make sure the event is a great experience including providing professional A/V services to ensure high-quality presentations.

Strengthening community

Strengthening community

A percentage of ticket sales will be invested back into community and organizations that support underrepresented groups in tech.

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Pricetable event

Super Early-Bird

May 26th - Early July

£35

  • Access to the virtual conference
  • Access to all sessions
  • A percent of ticket sales donated to charity

General

Now

£45

  • Access to the virtual conference
  • Access to all sessions
  • A percent of ticket sales donated to charity

Add on event: Opening Keynote Networking Party

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Active

£25

Diversity

  • Ticket scholarships for underrepresented in tech
  • In an effort to support inclusion at ScalaCon, a number of tickets will be designated free of charge for underrepresented persons and those who would not be able to attend due to financial circumstances