self.conference

  • May 29-30, 2015
  • ยท
  • Motor City Casino, 2901 Grand River Avenue, Detroit

What is self.conference?

Self.conference is a mix of fantastic tech presentations and insightful soft talks in fabulous downtown Detroit. We're filling two whole days at the end of May with mobile, web, hardware, software, process, and team talks to help you expand your knowledge, meet other technically-minded folk, and immerse yourself in Detroit's tech renaissance.

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LOCATION

Motor City Casino

MotorCity Casino is one of three luxury casino resort hotels in Detroit, and incorporates a historic building that once housed the Wagner Baking Company, makers of Wonder Bread. The complex houses a 100,000 square- foot casino with approximately 3,000 slot machines, 59 table games, and two poker rooms; D. Tour, a 13,000-square-foot spa with thermal whirlpools, steam rooms, and dry saunas; 67,000 square feet of meeting and convention space; Sound Board, a live music theater with a capacity of 2,400 people; and a luxury hotel with 400 guest rooms and suites.

Need a room? We've got a room block at Courtyard Marriott

Get yourself a room in our block either by calling (800) 321-2211 (make sure to mention the Courtyard by Marriott, Detroit Downtown and Self.conference to get the group rate) or by booking online . Reservations must be booked by Thursday, May 7th in order to get the group rate.

TICKETS

If the Eventbrite widget is not working for some reason, just head over to http://selfconf2015.eventbrite.com to get your tickets.

sponsors

Silver Sponsors
Indie Sponsors
Diversity Sponsors
Lanyard Sponsors
Coffee Sponsors
Snack Sponsors

ORGANIZERS

Amber Conville

Amber Conville is a developer at Test Double, and has been a software developer for 6 years. She loves code in lots of languages, tdd, craftsmanship, and the software community, and can be found helping out with user groups, conferences, and nerd gatherings whenever possible.

Want to email Amber? Do it: @amber@selfconference.org . @crebma

Erika Carlson

Erika Carlson was studying clinical psychology in 2011, when she wrote her first line of Python code. She fell in love with programming, decided to change paths, and is now a software developer at Detroit Labs.

Erika teaches web development and gives introductory programming presentations at elementary and middle schools. She is passionate about the potential of technology to create positive change in the world, and is working to create more opportunities for technology education in Detroit.

Want to email Erika? Do it: @erika@selfconference.org . @eacarlson

Chelsey Baker

Chelsey has been programming professionally since 2012 when she graduated from the University of Michigan-Dearborn, focusing on iOS since 2013. She loves Michigan football, Mexican food, and working out daily as much as the satisfaction of well written, properly formatted code.

Want to email Chelsey? Do it: @chelsey@selfconference.org . @_chelseybaker

Not sure who to contact? Just reach out to us at hello@selfconference.org