During two days, more than 250 people will enjoy a single track of hot topics.
How will our favourite technological platform – namely the Web – change in the upcoming months? Learn everything from the best sources in the industry — the community members that make all the magic happen.
A major rail and highway hub, the former Flemish city is directly connected to London, Paris, CDG airport and Brussels with a high speed train line.
Beautifully restored, the center of the city is full of small shops and nice restaurants.We picked one of the most amazing locations for the conference. The two days will be spent at Euratechnologies, a former textile factory refurbished into a large incubator and accelerator. Parties will also be taking place throughout the whole city.
The slightly cold autumn months (expect between 8°C and 14°C/46.4°F to 57.2°F) will not stop the bravest members of the communities to enjoy a beer outside!
You will have a full weekend to enjoy the city and its surroundings.
Our call for papers is available here and we will update the list of speakers until the end of September.
This talk is about how financially minded management of companies lead to split the IT management into several business units, each with its own goals and management. This split creates misalignment and conflicts between teams that were supposed to work together. This is a toolbox designed to help you bring proper implementation of devops.
3 stars or 4 stars? This is your call. Mention the Take Off Conference when booking your hotel at the Mercure Lille Centre or Why Hotel and you will be able to claim up a discount. Plus, we will run a shuttle bus in the morning between these hotels and the conference center. Cheaper options can include AirBnB hosts, but try to stay around the Railway stations and the Rihour square!
Do you enjoy parties? We do.
But do not be afraid, nothing is mandatory. We are trying to create a cool and respectful atmosphere for each of these events:
Lille is a bike-friendly city and the conference center is close to two subway stops: Canteleu or Bois-Blancs.
Our favorite places in the cities are two small bars. If you enjoy electronic music and are into graphical arts, jump into Le Monde Moderne and visit the second floor. If you want to be reminded of the Belle Epoque and 30’s, the Illustration will suits you. And finally, we are not sure that everyone should know this amazing bar, but the best Belgian [beware — strong beers] and Europeans beer are on tap at La Capsule.
We will have you covered but keep two addresses in mind. Chez La Vieille (rue de Gand) will stuff you with delicious local food while Le Broc will probably win the minds of the most exclusive cheese lovers. Should you want more, our team curated a nice list of cool bars, restaurants and places to visit.