Falsy Values 2015

Falsy Values Conference & Workshops came from the will to bring the latest world front-end industry events and technologies closer to the programmers community.

12 13 October 2015

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Falsy Values is a world-class conference and workshop series for front-end developers. The 2-day event is packed with content for coders who love to build the face of the web and the community around it.

1 day of conference talks provides deep insights about the future of the web and 1 day of hands-on workshops offers education in the latest tools, technologies, and practices from the world’s leading experts. Parties and social events bring everyone together to share knowledge, make memories and build relationships that we hope last long after the event is over.

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9 speakers

20 sessions

Conference Day 1 from 8:30am to 5:50pm Monday 12th October 2015

Workshops Day 2 from 8:30am to 5:50pm Tuesday 13th October 2015


  • PRET

    Domaniewska 37a, Warsaw (map)

    15 sessions. Conference Venue

  • Adgar Plaza

    Postępu 17a (map)

    4 sessions. Workshops Venue

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  • Tomasz Gospodarczyk
  • Rafał Krupiński
  • Michał Dolny
  • Rachel Andrew
  • Paweł Czerski
  • Val Head
  • Front-Trends
  • Brenden Arakaki
  • Todd Motto
  • Falsy Values
  • Marijn Haverbeke
  • Jezen Thomas
  • Mister Blister
  • Kornel
  • Stoyan Stefanov
  • Martin Splitt

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  • Martha Rotter
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  • Tobias Adam
  • Michał Zieliński
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  • Saulius Kerusauskas
  • Michał Karzyński
  • Phil Nash
  • Vitaly Friedman

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