Jul 7 - Jul 9, 2017 · Paris, France

The Universe of Programming Languages

Never see boundaries, but only horizons.

Have questions? Drop us an email at hello@polyconf.com or call us at +33 7 68 41 06 91

Welcome to PolyConf

PolyConf is a three-day, single track, multi-disciplinary, non-profit conference on advanced technologies for programmers interested in polyglot approach to software development. Our goal is to foster exchange between programming languages and their communities.

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PolyConf is not focused on any particular language or area of technology. We encourage diverse topics oriented towards the future of Computer Science.

  • Lua
  • LuaJIT
Etiene Dalcol

Software Engineer

at Red Badger

  • Ruby
  • Java
  • TruffleVM
Chris Seaton

Research Manager

at Oracle Labs

  • Python
  • Functional Programming
  • JavaScript
Anjana Sofia Vakil

Software Engineer

at UberResearch

  • Rust
  • Erlang
  • JavaScript
  • C
  • Python
Jack Moffitt

Research Manager

at Mozilla

  • Python
  • Data Science
  • JavaScript
Safia Abdalla

Software engineer & Data Scientist

  • JavaScript
  • React
Imad Elyafi

Software Engineer

at Pinterest

Jameson Hampton

Software Engineer

at Agrilyst

  • Pony
Sean T Allen

Pony Core Team

Ainsley Escorce-Jones

Software Engineer @ Improbable

  • PHP
Eryn O'Neil

Independent Tech Lead and PHP Developer

  • Python
  • Rust
Armin Ronacher

Software Engineer

at Sentry

  • JavaScript
  • Swift
  • React
Terence Pae

Senior Software Engineer

at Tesla

Victor Nicollet


at Lokad

  • Haskell
Alexander Thiemann

Software Developer

at Checkpad MED

  • Clojure
Franziska Schmidt

Developer & ClojureBridge Organiser

  • Python
  • Erlang
Benoit Chesneau

  • JavaScript
Wojtek Erbetowski

  • Ruby
  • Elixir
Tobias Pfeiffer

Senior Software Engineer

at Liefery

  • Ruby
  • Crystal
Piotr Szotkowski

Cheap Science Officer

at Rebased

  • Java
Thomas Wuerthinger

Research Director

at Oracle Labs Switzerland.

Steven Goodwin

Makoto Inoue

Software Engineer

at SimplyBusiness

  • Elixir
  • Rust
  • Python
Hans Elias B. Josephsen

Self-taught software engineer

  • JavaScript
  • Python
  • D
Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert

Architect of imaginary machines


PolyConf tickets will be sold in four batches:

Early Bird
Early adopters got 286 to play Wolfstein 3D


Thursday, March 23
at 16:00 CET

386 was the machine which could run Doom with low framerate


Monday, March 27
8:00 CET

Buy ticket
Regular 2
486 had some serious power, especially in DX mode.


Monday, May 15
8:00 CET

Buy ticket (soon)

Ticket includes the following things:

  • Entry to the conference on July 8/9.
  • Entry to the opening and closing parties on the July 7, 8 and 9
  • Drinks & Refreshments
  • Access to satelite events and many opportunities to connect with people.


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Terms and conditions

1. Tickets

Cancellations received before April 31 2017 are entitled to a full refund. Cancellations received after April 31, 2017 are non-refundable.

Early Bird tickets are non-refundable.

2. Video and recording

All presentations and associated materials are the speakers’ intellectual property. Recording for commercial purposes requires permission from both the organizer and the speaker.

By attending the conference, attendees have agreed to allow the organizer to use images, audio, and video recorded content on site for educational and promotional purposes.

3. Responsibility

The participant acknowledges that he/she may not engage in damage claims against the Conference Organizers should the holding of the Conference be hindered or prevented by unexpected political or economic events, natural disaster, the non-appearance of speakers, or other reasons that might necessitate a program change.

Organizers may cancel the event at any time and tickets will be refunded in full without any additional fees.

Code of conduct

PolyConf is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. We invite you to help us make PolyConf a place that is welcoming and respectful to all participants, so everyone can focus on the conference itself, and the great networking and community richness that can happen when we get together in person. We will do whatever we believe is necessary to ensure that PolyConf is a safe and productive environment for everyone.

Please bring any concerns to the immediate attention of the event staff, or contact our Event Coordinator, Diana at diana@polyconf.com. We thank our attendees for their help in keeping the event welcoming, respectful, and friendly to all participants.