Update (March 12): Due to growing uncertainty around COVID-19, we’ve decided to postpone our meetups that were due to take place in March and April. Our senior leadership team is meeting daily and closely following updates and advice from official health authorities.
Lead Dev Live – We’re putting together two days of live online content on April 7 & 8 for the whole community. It will be free to attend and will help you tackle the challenges you're facing in engineering leadership right now. We're confirming details at the moment, so keep an eye out for an email announcement and #LeadDevLive on Twitter.
In 2015, 350 tech leaders joined us in London for the first edition of The Lead Developer. Fast forward to this year: thousands of Lead Developers, Engineering Managers and CTOs are joining us at events in London, Edinburgh, New York, Austin, Berlin, San Francisco, and Tokyo!
We're so excited by the warmth and enthusiasm of the community at our conferences to help each other learn and grow in their roles as leaders of technical teams. With so many members passionate about developing themselves and their teams, we wanted to give the community more opportunities to get together so we created Lead Dev Meetup.
The community-led events will feature talks, networking and refreshments in the safe and inclusive environment that you've come to expect from us.
Fancy speaking at our next meetup? Or want to get your company to host one?
We have an ongoing CFP for our meetups, so please submit your meetup talk proposal here for speaking opportunities and get in touch here to express your hosting or sponsorship interest with more details about yourself, the location and the company.
At the moment we're organising regular quarterly meetups in London, Edinburgh, Berlin, Austin, New York, San Francisco, and Tokyo! We're looking forward to getting together with the community in more cities soon. Below are the upcoming meetups:
Join the conversation on Twitter using #LeadDevMeetup to check out the action from all our meetups around the world.
To create safe, harrassment-free events we expect all meetup participants to read and follow our code of conduct. You can read it in full here.