Making a conference happen requires a fair amount of money. To help us keep the ticket price low, we're supported by many lovely people.
We’re a not-for-profit event, so we depend on ticket sales. But to keep the price affordable and still cover all the other things that make a conference great, we rely on selected supportes. We want to introduce some of them here today, and say thanks.
Devjobs.at is Austria’s first job board made especially for software developers. It was made by developers for developers, right from the start. The twist with this platform is that every job listing and company presentation is tailored to the needs of programmers, giving a much better insight into a potential employer’s IT department.
To match everyone with the right job, devjobs.at uses a new AI-based approach. Even though it only launched in june this year, more than 500 developers are already using the site daily.
To find out more about the site, read this blog post (in german).
Durchblicker is Austria’s biggest platform to compare prices. They help customers lower their monthly expenses by finding the best deal on a variety of services - whether it’s insurance, electricity, gas or phone plans.
They also have a top-notch developer team, and are currently looking for new engineers, especially focused on node and React. Check out the open positions and read more about work at Durchblicker at karriere.durchblicker.at.
Karriere is the largest job board in Austria. Their engine connects candidates with the best employers and is leading the field in online recruiting. A unique mix of products lets employers discover matching candidates themselves - their job listings reach thousands of people and cover positions across a wide range of skills.
The mozilla foundation really needs no introduction. For more than 20 years, they have fought to keep the web open, independent and accessible. At webclerks as well, mozilla is helping us make the event more inclusive. Their support goes towards financing the live-captioning of talks and announcements.
We were also lucky enough to announce our event at this year’s mozilla developer roadshow when it came to Vienna in September.
Nic.at is the official domain registry for all Austrian
at domains. The team processes registrations and data modifications and is an important player for the national Internet community. Through constant exchange with their international partners and ongoing product innovations, nic.at remains always ahead of the pack.
If you want to become a part of their team, take a look at vacant positions. They are also ok with unsolicited applications, should you not find a listing that matches your skills.
Zensations is an agency based in Vienna. Their focus lies in digital marketing, accessibility and crowd funding - and they create websites that aim to work for everybody. As one of the leading drupal-agencies in Austria, they work a lot with open-source technologies and comply with the highest degree of usability.
Zensations is currently looking for front-end engineers and drupal developers - have a look at their open positions!