The conference is unfortunately canceled

There will be no Fronteers Conference this year.

With a very heavy heart, we have to inform you that we aren't able to hold our 14th conference.

Despite a big marketing push in the last few weeks, we didn't manage to sell enough tickets to make it possible for us to hold this year's conference. The financial risk would have been too big.

For everyone who did buy a ticket: thank you so much for your support! We are very sorry that we can't keep our side of the deal. You will be refunded as soon as possible.

What this means for the future of the Fronteers Conference we don't know. If something changes we will definitely let you know.

Your conference committee:

Lydia Hallie

Lydia Hallie is a software engineer and developer relations professional based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Born in 1998, she started coding professionally in 2017 and became an independent contractor in 2019, specializing in JavaScript, React, Web Performance, and Cloud Technologies. In 2022, she transitioned into developer relations to broaden her skills and engage with people while still maintaining her passion for coding. Lydia regularly blogs about technical concepts is the co-author auf, author of courses about Git, Modern JavaScript, Algorithms & Data Structures, Python or JavaScript & React Patterns.

Some random facts about Lydia include her extensive travel experience, having visited 25 countries on solo trips. She enjoys playing Solitaire and Sudoku and admits to cringing at her content that's over a year old. Surprisingly, despite her username being "@theavocoder", she doesn't like avocados at all! In the eternal debate of oatmeal raisin vs. chocolate chip cookies, Lydia firmly believes that oatmeal raisin is superior. She also prefers using wired earpods over wireless ones, considering them to be superior.