Bring back joy and speed to our workflows.

DevX Conf is about developer experience - our daily experience when trying to get the job done. We write code within specific languages/frameworks, use tools, glue them together to (tool) chains, develop against APIs and communicate and collaborate with our colleagues. All of that should be efficient, sustainable and joyful.

The myriad of tools that are released each single day initially sounded like the promised developer-land. While choice is great, it doesn't necessarily make our lives easier. How that feels? This pure gold CNCF landscape meme is worth more than a thousand of words. Our friends at Redmonk gave it a name - developer experience gap and brought it home with their definition:

[..] developers are forced to borrow time from writing code and redirect it towards managing the issues associated with highly complex, multi-factor developer toolchains held together in places by duct tape and baling wire.

“The Developer Experience Gap” by Stephen O'Grady, Redmonk

However, there is light at the end of the tunnel as individual developers, teams and projects start to think deeply about design, style and taste for tools to help us get into a flow focused on what we all love most: being creative and writing elegant code. What all of them have in common is the desire to delight, the desire to reduce friction and the desire to leverage automation to solve problems and turn duct tape into a Swiss clockwork that works reliably below the surface. This community and conference is for them.

With DevX Conf we want to create a space for creators where we can start from first principles, collaborate, listen, discuss and declutter our workflows, toolchains and minds to make developers feel like everything is at their fingertips. The goal is to foster an ecosystem that sparks dialogue and establishes best practices and frameworks across four different areas.



  • Editors
  • API Design Principles
  • Ephemeral Dev Environments
  • Remote Dev Environments
  • Programming Languages & Productivity
  • Security


  • Remote work
  • Pair Programming & Mentoring
  • Keeping in sync with your team
  • GitOps

Test, Build & Deploy

  • CI Pipeline vs Build System
  • Distributed Caching/Build
  • Reproducible builds
  • Lifecycle consistency
  • Gluecode
  • Config (HCL) vs Code


  • Instant continuous deploys
  • Serverless
  • Monitoring