The third annual Syntax Conference takes place at the North Charleston Marriott on June 7 & 8, with Pre-Conference Workshops scheduled for June 6 at the College of Charleston North Campus. As we continue to build our roster of speakers, join us in welcoming the eighth round of speakers.
Our eighth round of speakers includes:
- Adrian Hall – Sr Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services
- Loren Crawford – Software Engineer at MailChimp
- Michael Szul – Principal Software Engineer at UVA School of Medicine
Final Speakers to be Announced Momentarily
Our speaker roster, and conference schedule is almost complete! Thank you for taking the time to submit proposals for SyntaxCon 2018. If you weren’t accepted as a speaker, please know that this is not a reflection on the quality of your submission. We’ve reviewed myriad compelling talks, and had a hard time narrowing the field. We encourage you to keep submitting proposals to share your knowledge and expertise!
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Don’t Miss This Year’s Workshops!
We’ve dedicated June 6 to workshops on the following hot areas of interest:
- Cross-Platform Application Development via Xamarin
- Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and Offline-First Application Development
Get detailed information on the workshops, and register here!
Where to Stay
You’ve Got Options
SyntaxCon is set up to suit your needs … You can choose to attend only a workshop; only the sessions or you can do both workshop and sessions … Regardless of which conference configuration you choose, you’ll have the opportunity to rub shoulders with talented tech community members from across the country both during the day and in the evenings at one of Syntax’s many happy hours.
About the Event
SyntaxCon (derived from Syntax Conference) is Coastal South Carolina’s premier programmer’s code conference. The event is a full stack code conference focused on fostering ongoing education and opportunities among the developer community.
This year’s schedule will provide content across 3 main tracks, each with a specific focus:
- Front-End Development
- Back-End Development
- Platforms (content management systems, cloud-hosted services, mobile applications and infrastructure.
Attendees can customize their personal agenda by choosing sessions with an aim to improve their craft, fulfill goals, and learn cutting edge trends and best practices in a relatively short time.