16-17. May 2019

@Vilnius, Lithuania

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16-17. May 2019 @Vilnius, Lithuania.

Conference is over

Check out the videos of the lectures, and photos, from YGLF 2019.

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Below the amazing speakers of YGLF 2019!
Last Year Speakers

Stay tuned for our awesome 2020 line-up!

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Evangelist of the Open Web

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Creative lead at Smashing Media, Front-End/UX consultant

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Developer Advocate at Nexmo 

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Co-founder and CTO at Salonhub

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Mobile+Web Developer

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Founder at OneGraph

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Founder at AdDuplex

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Web Engineer

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Senior Engineering Manager

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Performance Tech Lead at Wix.com

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Accessibility & UX Consultant

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Senior Architect at Applitools        

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Senior Frontend Engineer

and Team Lead

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Creative Technologist and Software Developer at Thoughtworks

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Bruce Lawson

MC@YGLF

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Open Source Social VR Engineer

Take Your Chance
Scholarship
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YGLF Lithuania is a community conference where everyone is welcome, however we understand that opportunities are not equal.

 

We have set aside a number of tickets for people in under-represented groups and we’re working on getting funds from sponsors to cover travel and accommodation.

 

Scholarships are available for anyone in an under-represented group in technology. This includes (but is not limited to) : people of colour, LGBTQIA+ people, women, disabled people and economically disadvantaged individuals.

 

We’d like to encourage students to volunteer in the event instead of applying for a scholarship - please contact us at lt@yougottalovefrontend.com.

Welcome to awesome space
The Venue

The first YGLF Lithuania will take place in the Kablys culture hall. Kablys (which translates as The Great Hook in English) is situated in the city center between the lively Old Town and the charismatic Train Station district. The former Palace of Railway Workers features old interior details similar to ancient Roman times that have been retained and refined with contrasting urban looks. Kablys offers an informal space for this high quality event with a huge hall for the talks, great sound equipment and spacious lounge zones to chill in after intense talks.

Kauno str. 5
Vilnius, Lithuania
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