Unconference: By developers, for developers
Day 02, April 27
Day two of the Camunda Community Summit is where our Unconference format thrives. We’ll host a virtual program designed specifically by you, for you, and for other Camunda community members.
Join the community in this informal and lively day of peer-to-peer learning, creativity and collaboration. In this unconference-style event, every attendee is welcome to lead and contribute sessions on any topic around Camunda products, projects, or community initiatives. There are no formal speakers, instead the sessions are discussion-oriented, which creates a safe space for collaboration and creativity.
*Submitting the topic form does not also register you for the conference. Please register for the full conference here.
Intro to Unconference / Session Pitches
Frontend Integration with Camunda Platform 8 led by Jonathan Lukas
Modeling for Execution led by Nico Rehwaldt
Async and Wait State Management led by Niall Deehan
Coordinated Deployment of App and Process led by David Knapp
Remote engine vs. embedded engine led by Jens-Hilmar Bradt
Let’s talk about External-Tasks! led by Florian Runschke
RPA beyond Legacy Systems led by Markus Stahl
Process Visibility with OpenAPM and Camunda Optimize led by Luc Weinbrecht
Camunda Platform as Orchestrator of Microservices led by Simon Zambrovski
Running Multiple App Versions with Containers led by Kyle Hoskins
Managing Externalized Process Content in a Low Code Environment led by Jim Volpe
Schedule subject to change
How does it work?
The Camunda Community Unconference is an open unconference-style event where every attendee is welcome to lead and contribute sessions on any topic around Camunda. There are no formal speakers, instead the sessions are discussion-oriented, which creates a safe space for collaboration and creativity.
- You can choose right at the event which session you want to join
- Each session is 45 minutes dedicated to participation and in-depth discussion
- Different levels of expertise are welcome
- Sessions will not be recorded