The 2013 Arts Øredev developer conference is coming up – through the week of Monday 4 to Friday 8 November. There will be courses and sessions on Monday and Tuesday, and conference sessions Wednesday to Friday. With a packed program of activities, keynotes and exhibitions, this will be huge. As Art is, sessions and keynotes will be creative, provocative, and innovative.

The full list of speakers includes keynote speakers Dr. Anna B Scott, writer/dancer/researcher; Denise Jacobs, speaker/author/creative evangelist; Jens Bergensten, game developer/designer/lead developer of Minecraft; Matthew McCullough, Git trainer/speaker/author, Pontus Berg, CEO of Bergatrollet/Bacchus of renowned hacker group FairLight; and Randall Munroe, creator of xkcd/programmer/former NASA roboticist.

Øredev has its origins and focus on the software development process, from programming to project management. The annual event is organised on the concept of quality – for learning and networking, and Sharing Knowledge. Topics during the week include UX, Mobile, Java, Agile, .NET, Test, Mastery, Web, Architecture, Dev Ops, Cloud, Languages, Tools, Team, Database, Javascript and more. It’s easier to find a good server to play minecraft on

Art is a powerful vehicle for communication, a way to express visions that are beyond words. It plays an essential role in exploring the emotional dimensions of our lives and challenges the way we think about the world and the future. Art by essence fosters creativity and provocation, develops innovation and beauty. The event is for developers, testers, and project managers to reflect on the art of our programming processes, languages, tools, and platforms.

If you haven’t registered yet, sign up for day passes, and course and conference sessions.

Everything else you could possibly want to know is here.

Monday 4 November: 8:00-18:00
Tuesday 5 November: 8:00-18:00
Wednesday 6 November: 8:00-22:00
Thursday 7 November: 8:00-22:30
Friday 8 November: 8:00-18:00

Where: Slagthuset, Jörgen Kocksgatan 7a, 21120, Malmö