Infobip Shift Conference in Europe!
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, MAY 23, 2023

Infobip Shift
Conference

Infobip Shift, one of Europe's most popular developer conferences, is coming to the USA. For the first time ever, Infobip Shift will cross the Atlantic and get even closer to the global tech community. Dear developers, software engineers, product owners, founders, startups, and all kinds of IT professionals and enthusiasts - we are here to Shift Your World.
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What's Infobip Shift All About

Infobip Shift is one of the largest developer events in Europe, with over a decade of experience in delivering educational, engaging, and exciting content to a global audience. Learn with speakers from the top of the industry, expand your network in lounge areas, and prospect in the EXPO area, all in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere that sets apart Infobip Shift from other tech events.
About Infobip Shift Conference
Infobip Shift - Networking

Connect

Thousands of people will attend Infobip Shift, which means there will be plenty of opportunities to meet new, cool, diverse, and like-minded folks from all over the world. Use the conference to expand your network, and start new friendships in the relaxed and unique atmosphere of Infobip Shift.
Infobip Shift - Prospecting

Prospect

New business opportunities could be waiting for you at the Infobip Shift. Grab the attention of entrepreneurs, founders, startups, and investors and turn them into clients and business partners. Global developer community will be present at the conference; don't miss your chance to take your business, company, or career to the next level.
Infobip Shift - Hybrid

Learn

Knowledge is the only thing that is increased when it's shared might be an old saying, but it's still true. Infobip Shift's talks and panel discussions will feature some of the most prominent and influential names in the global developer and IT industry. This is an opportunity to learn, improve your skills and upgrade the way you work.
BRINGING THE BRIGHTEST DEVELOPERS TOGETHER

Infobip Shift Europe in Numbers

10,000+
Virtual Attendees
4,000+
In-Person Attendees
50+
Speakers
6
Stages
2
Days
1
Unforgettable Experience
NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

Who Attended Infobip Shift Europe?

Software developers, product managers, engineers, managing directors, freelance coders, creatives, and founders from companies like:
SHARING THE KNOWLEDGE
Meet Some of Our Previous Speakers
Rasmus Lerdorf
Rasmus Lerdorf
Creator of
PHP
Rasmus Lerdorf is known for having gotten the PHP project off the ground in 1995 and has contributed to a number of other open source projects over the years. He was an infrastructure architect at Yahoo! for more than 7 years and joined Etsy in 2012. He was born in Greenland, grew up in Denmark and Canada and has a Systems Design engineering degree from the University of Waterloo.
Hakon Wium Lie
Hakon Wium Lie
Creator of
CSS
Håkon Wium Lie proposed Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) while working with Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in 1994. Along with Bert Bos, he developed a set of ideas for web style sheets into a implementeable W3C Recommendation. As CTO of Opera Software he shepherded Opera's implementation, and he proposed the Acid2 test to ensure that all browsers complied. He is the chairman of YesLogic, which makes the Prince CSS-to-PDF formatter. In 2015, Håkon sailed from Lima to Easter Island on a balsa raft, making sure the world-wide web is truly world-wide. He holds a MS from the MIT Media Lab, and a PhD from the University of Oslo.
Una Kravets
Una Kravets
Senior Developer Relations Engineer at
Google
I'm a UI Engineer at DigitalOcean. I've spoken around the world about advanced/experimental CSS, image optimization, and the intersection of design and development.
Rich Harris
Rich Harris
Graphics Editor at
New York Times
Graphics editor, @nytimes investigations team. Open sourceror
Charity Majors
Charity Majors
Co-Founder / CTO at
honeycomb.io
Hi, my name is Charity, and I am professionally caremad about computers. I am an operations and database engineer and sometimes engineering manager. Right now I am the CEO and cofounder of Honeycomb, where we build observability for distributed systems. (“Monitoring” doesn't have to be a dirty word; give us a try.) Until recently I was a production engineering manager at Facebook. I spent 3.5 years working on Parse (both pre and post-acquisition by FB). I also spent several years at Linden Lab, working on the infrastructure and databases that power Second Life. I am the co-author of “Database Reliability Engineering” by O'Reilly. I was a classical piano performance major in college, but dropped out because it turns out I prefer not being dirt poor. I have been building systems and engineering teams ever since. I love startups, chaos and hard scaling problems, and somehow I always end up in charge of the databases.
Kitze
Kitze
Founder of
Sizzy
Kitze loves to rant about webdev. He is the founder of Sizzy - the browser for developers. He created React Academy to teach React and GraphQL around the world. He's documenting his journey on YouTube, streams on Twitch, and has a blog that he maintains once in a blue moon.
Grace Francisco
Grace Francisco
VP of Developer Relations at
Cisco
As the Vice President of Developer Relations Strategy and Experience at Cisco, Grace Francisco is responsible for defining and growing Cisco's broad-based developer strategy. Creating new capabilities and programming for DevOps, Site Reliability Engineers (SREs), cloud architects, and developers building for a cloud-first world, she is building an expanded ecosystem supporting cloud native architectures. She also leads Cisco DevNet, Cisco's 500,000-plus-strong developer community, which features programs that catalyze innovations and accelerate automation and digital transformation throughout the industry.
Kent C. Dodds
Kent C. Dodds
JavaScript Engineer and Trainer at
Remix
Hi, I'm Kent C. Dodds. I'm a world renowned speaker, teacher, and trainer and I'm actively involved in the open source community as a maintainer and contributor of hundreds of popular npm packages. I am the creator of EpicReact.Dev and TestingJavaScript.com. I'm an instructor on egghead.io and Frontend Masters. I'm also a Google Developer Expert. I am happily married and the father of four kids. I like my family, code, JavaScript, and React.
Vitaly Friedman
Vitaly Friedman
Creative Lead at
Smashing Magazine
Vitaly loves beautiful content and does not give up easily. Born in Minsk, Belarus, he studied computer science and mathematics in Germany. While writing algebra proofs and preparing for software engineering at nights in the kitchen, at the same time he discovered passion for typography, interface design and writing. After working as a freelance designer and developer for 6 years, he co-founded Smashing Magazine back in 2006, a leading online magazine for designers and developers. His curiosity drove him from interface design to front-end to performance optimization to accessibility and back to user experience over all the years.Vitaly is the author, co-author and editor of all Smashing books, and a curator of all Smashing Conferences. He currently works as creative lead of Smashing Magazine and front-end/UX consultant in Europe and abroad.
Willian Martins
Willian Martins
JavaScript Formatter at
Netflix
Hi, I'm Willian, I've been earning money doing FrontEnd since 2007 although I work on IT since 2004. I like to call myself as JS formatter and CSS tweaker since I don't really care about job titles. I'm very concerned about company culture, therefore, I love to be and shape the company I want to work by leading by example and giving nice and constructive feedback. Tech-wise, I'm a framework agnostic more than that, I prefer Web standards over frameworks.
Joyce Lin
Joyce Lin
Head of Developer Relations at
Postman
Joyce Lin is the head of Developer Relations at Postman, a collaboration platform for API development used by 15M+ users to access bazillions of APIs every month. For developers, Postman is an everyday companion to visualize and test APIs more efficiently.
Felix Rieseberg
Felix Rieseberg
Engineering Manager at
Slack
At Slack, we use one JavaScript codebase to build a multi-threaded desktop application, routinely interacting with native code. Managing large JavaScript codebases is challenging - we need a guarantee that the individual pieces fit together. In the desktop world, a small mistake is likely to result in a crash. To that end, we adopted TypeScript and quickly learned to stop worrying and love the compiler. See an introduction and a detailed account of porting a large code base, learn why exactly TypeScript is so popular, what the downsides are, and how you would slowly adopt it in your development.
23 May 2023

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Event Location

Meet the Historic Alfred I. DuPont Building. Bar behind 1930s hand-wrought iron bank teller windows, over 22,000 square feet of the marble floor, and an old steel vault make for Miami's most unique venue. This building, once a bank, will host Infobip Shift and provide the backdrop for the unresistible mix of history and future.
Venue location
Historic Alfred I. duPont BuildingWhere you can find us?
23 May 2023
Historic Alfred I. duPont Building,
169 E Flagler St, Miami,
FL 33131, United States
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Accommodation and Transport

It is not too early to plan your stay! If you are wondering where to stay and how to get here, find sites below that you can use to plan your trip.
Una Kravets
Una Kravets
Developer Advocate at Google
"It's so calm and it's the calmness and relaxness of everyone that has really struck me and that I've found really welcoming."
Harry Roberts
Harry Roberts
Consultant Performance Engineer at CSS Wizardry
"Shift stands out as a rare gem in a world of cookie cutter tech conferences. Listening to insightful talks from the brightest minds of today's tech scene while surrounded by the enchanting history of a town built nearly two millennia ago, you'd be hard pressed to find a more inspiring blend of past and future. Oh, and it's the most fun you'll have all year!"
DeVaris Brown
DeVaris Brown
Product Manager at Heroku
"I love the community here, I love what they have done for the developer community. This is one of my favourite conference to come to - every single year."
Tobias Ahlin
Tobias Ahlin
Experience Design Director at Minecraft
"Shift is an amazing place. I've seen some amazing talks here with some great speakers. Also I'm baffled - not how much I learn, but how I learn that I don't know yet, so I go home from this inspired and keen on learning more."
Rich Harris
Rich Harris
Graphics Editor at NY Times
"It's a great conference, great venue, attendees are really engaged and it been very, very well organised."
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