Egg fertilised by Pixelated sperms 
Picture of Lauren Tan speaker on stage
Picture of two speakers on stage christian heillman and Rob Conery

Every year, we change the theme of the conference. It forces us to rethink the conference from scratch, from the design of the website, to the topics we choose to cover, finding new speakers and helping us looking at what we are doing from an other perspective.

2017, year of the NEXT GEN 

The age of separating traditional and technology industries is over. Instead, we have reached the era when every company is becoming a software company at its core.
Data, IoT, and software are replacing industrialisation as the driving force behind innovation and productivity. Given the current pace of this mutation, developers’ education, work habits, tools, communication, ways of learning or hiring have to be rethought.

The time of the “Tech companies” is over; there are only ‘companies’, steeped in technology. This is the Next Gen.

Øredev topics of interest include

Web, Agile, .Net, Wearables, IOT, Android, Languages, Test, Architecture, Cloud, Security, DevOps, NodeJS, Java, Databases, JavaScript, Tools, Creativity, UX, UI, iOS, Service Design, Functional Programming, HTML, CSS, AR/VR, Data Science, Machine Learning, and much more.
Please peruse last year’s Øredev’s website: www.oredev.org/2016 to discover further information about the previous speakers and topics.
A good paper will:

Picture of Dylan Beattie, speaker
Picture of Sebastien Lambla speaker
Picture of Johan Öbrink speaker on stage


Submissions will be subject to rigorous peer review by the program committee members and will be judged on originality, inspiration, significance, experience, interest, clarity and correctness.The official language is English.

Marketing and sales content in speaker presentations is contrary the spirit of Øredev!

It has happened that speakers talk too much about their company and annoy delegates. Ultimately, this is not good for the company or for Øredev. The result was very poor feedback for those speakers and Øredev did not publish the video of their presentation, which is of course the best marketing your organisation can get. Please respect the Øredev spirit.

Make code not war

Our conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion (or lack thereof). We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organisers.

First public appearance at Øredev?

For many different reasons it's not easy to pick someone unknown from the Call for Papers. Prove you are worth to be featured in Øredev's program. Send us a trailer and you will increase your chances of doing your speaker's Première at Øredev.

Make a 15 minute video, post it on Vimeo, YouTube ... and paste the link in the call for papers' form.

Post your papers here:http://oredev.org/submit
We will let you know if the session you submitted is accepted or not in mid-May.