!!Con (pronounced “bang bang con”) is two days of ten-minute talks (with lots of breaks, of course!) to celebrate the joyous, exciting, and surprising moments in computing. Check out our speaker lineup!
Our call for talk proposals is closed. Thanks for all your wonderful talk proposal submissions!
Where and when?
How much does it cost? Where do I register?
!!Con is a pay-what-you-want conference. Registration is now closed, but you can sign up for the waiting list on our Eventbrite event page, and we’ll release a ticket to you if a spot opens up. Thanks for your interest in !!Con!
What’s so great about !!Con?
Here’s what some of our 2016 speakers and attendees said about us:
“a non-stop barrage of AWESOME talks!” – @AnjanaVakil
“one of the most diverse and engaged tech communities I’ve ever encountered” – @enjenneer
“What an amazing, delightful, intellectually stimulating, and simply joyous conference!” – @techstepper
“#bangbangcon was utterly amazing, to the point that i have not tweeted about it because how do you fit that into a tweet” – @jackmakesthings
“if you are not making plans to attend next year’s @bangbangcon, you are making a huge mistake” – @tdenkinger
“This weekend #bangbangcon showed me a world I want to live in all the time” – @nathanstilwell
“If I never went to another tech conference, this would be the one to have ended on” – @aredridel
With your help, we plan to make !!Con 2017 at least as good!
How do I get updates?
For updates on !!Con, follow @bangbangcon on Twitter, or sign up for our mailing list below! No spam, we promise!
Who’s organizing all this?
The !!Con 2017 organizing team: Danielle Sucher, Erty Seidohl, Julia Evans, Kiran Bhattaram, Lindsey Kuper, and Nabil Hassein. Organizers emeriti: Alex Clemmer, Leo Franchi, and Maggie Zhou. Logo design by Lea Albaugh.
Thank you to our amazing sponsors for helping make !!Con possible!
How can I help?
We’re looking for companies to sponsor us! Check out our sponsorship page to learn more.
Code of Conduct
We have a code of conduct that all !!Con participants are required to observe.