For the eleventh year in a row, ‘Build Stuff’, the biggest software development conference in the Baltics, invites technology professionals to visit the future. The conference’s themes, which change every year, are always a highlight for its uniqueness and its ability to adapt to technological innovations. This year’s theme is futurism, with the title ‘BUILD STUFF 2022: The Future Beckons Us Home’, according to a press release from the organizers.
“It’s a leap forward with technology, in every sense. Futurism is not just a form of art. It’s an aspiration, to adapt tomorrow’s innovations to everyday life. Cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, robotics, and programming languages are just a few of the technological topics that are helping us to move towards innovative solutions. For more than a decade, we have been successfully demonstrating this to our attendees, partners, speakers, and event guests. This year is no exception. These and many more topics will be discussed at our event in November”, says conference founder Neringa Young.
‘Bitė Lietuva’ is also joining the November conference with the CTO Awards, which are already becoming a tradition. The awards ceremony will take place during the conference on the 9th of November.
This year, ‘Build Stuff’ attendees and guests will meet world-renowned speakers such as the Chief Architect at eBay, Randy Shoup, former NFL player, holistic lifestyle and yoga guru, Keith Mitchell, TEDx speaker, author, and Director of Technology at Microsoft, Dona Sarkar, programmer, author, podcaster, Scott Hanselman, and about a hundred more speakers international speakers.
According to founder Neringa Young – the annual event would not be so successful without amazing partners, and friends. This year a huge thank you goes to StormGeo, EPAM Systems, RavenDB, Rocket Software, DevStream, Accenture, Visma, and Vinted.
The ‘Build Stuff’ conference will take place on the 9th-11th of November at Radisson Blu Lietuva (Konstitucijos av. 20, Vilnius, Lithuania, and on the virtual platform).
You can find more information about the software development event here – www.buildstuff.events