SEPTEMBER VIRTUAL EVENTS:
SEPT. 1-3: Webflow Virtual World Tour
SEPT. 3: Google Open Source Live first event, "The new open-source: Leadership, contributions and sustainability" featuring Googlers. Part of a new initiative from Google wherein open source experts host monthly events focused on various technologies and areas of expertise.
SEPT. 2: NoCode initiative #100DaysOfNoCode is hosting a no-code Ask Me Anything (AMA) session with Voiceflow, a no-code tool that makes it possible to visually design, prototype, and publish Alexa Skills and Google Actions. Register here.
SEPT. 3-4, 7-11: GIDS.JAVA Live, an online Java training event featuring workshops and speakers like the developer advocates at JetBrains and IBM, with some sessions taking a look at what future versions of Java may look like.
SEPT. 3-4: React Native EU, free React Native conference featuring workshops and speakers from Wix, Facebook, Microsoft, and more, with a focus on the following themes: "Cross-platform & Architecture, Performance, Building interfaces, Testing Native modules & guides on how to get started, GraphQL & Data Management, Showcases."
SEPT. 5-6, 12-13: Ruby for Good, a Ruby event that's also available to programmers from all languages dedicated to building "good" creations that help charities, communities, and more with socializing and fun remote activities planned.
SEPT. 4-6: PyConline AU and DjangoCon AU (mini-conference within PyConline AU), Python conference featuring Django technical board members and more, with a focus on Django 3.1 and web development, DevOps, security and privacy, data and analytics, and more.
SEPT. 9: DevOps India Summit, free event. "Join the leaders of DevSecOps from around the globe for one day of virtual learning to unveil the evolving trends and tools in Security."
SEPT. 9-11: Festival of UX & Design, "Virtual festival exploring the evolution and future of design, focusing on new and emerging technologies."
SEPT. 11: React Live, React conference featuring speakers like the Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services, a Google Developers Expert, and more.
SEPT. 15: vueday, Vue.js conference featuring speakers like a Nuxt.js core-team member, a Software Development Engineer at Adobe, and more.
SEPT. 15: React Global, online summit for front-end developers, featuring engineers from AWS, PayPal, Wix, and more.
SEPT. 16: Rubyday, "the 8th edition of the Italian Ruby conference, organized by GrUSP" feature engineers from GitHub, Microsoft, and more.
SEPT. 17-18: Vue.js Global, Vue.js conference featuring the creator of Vue, and more.
SEPT. 22-24: DevOps World, "the largest gathering of DevOps practitioners in the world." Features workshops and speakers from Fortune 1000 companies talking about best practices.
SEPT. 26: PyCon Turkey, Python conference. Check out the schedule here.
SEPT. 30: jconf.dev, Java conference featuring 28 sessions.
SEPT. 1- 8: Facebook messaging hackathon, "Whether you’re just getting started or an experienced pro, we invite you to build and submit Messenger experiences that leverage features such as Handover Protocol, One-Time Notifications, Private Replies, Quick Replies, and the Extension SDK."
SEPT. 1-28: SEPT. 1: Makerpad launched a no-code challenge in which the winner will receive an iPad Pro.
SEPT. 4-6: MedHacks is the largest healthcare-focused hackathon in the U.S and is held in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Hospital. "This year, we are focusing our hackers specifically on patient adherence and quality care during a pandemic, data-driven personal healthcare, and interventions for aging in place."
SEPT. 19-25: Z Hacks 2020, winners will keep 10% of the up to $50,000 prize, which will be donated to charities. Focuses on social justice, the pandemic, and the environment.
SEPT. 20-27: PyWeek 2020, "build a game from scratch in a week using Python" that relates to the specified theme.
SEPT. 21-29: DeveloperWeek Global: Cloud 2020 Hackathon. "The world’s largest cloud-based hackathon."
SEPT. 28-OCT. 9: Breast cancer hackathon with Girls in Tech. "Join Girls in Tech for a global virtual hackathon to design innovative solutions for those impacted by Breast Cancer (patients, survivors, caregivers)."