DevOpsLinks & eralabs Partnership With Full Stack Fest

I am excited to announce our partnership with Full Stack Fest (Barcelona, SEP 3–7 2018), a week-long, language-agnostic conference for curious developers that want to gaze into the future. Split in two blocks with a gap day in the middle, it’s designed to be the ultimate conference retreat for teams looking for inspiration.

If you have been a follower of our previous partnerships, you may know that DevOpsLinks and Shipped communities and, eralabs (the company sponsoring them) were sponsoring events and conferences that we think they worth promoting in our point of view.

This partnership has the ability to strengthen our ties with developers communities in Spain, Europe and worldwide.

In addition to this and as part of our commitment to supporting this kind of initiatives, eralabs tribes will be an Official Media Sponsor of Full Stack Fest 2018.

Full Stack Fest has a Manifesto and this is it:

On one hand, the extraordinary growth of the Internet over the last years is putting our architectures under high pressure and that has created the need for tools and technologies that help us manage that complexity — Docker,Kubernetes, Serverless, and so on have been part of the solution, to name a few. On the other hand, people are becoming increasingly aware of their privacy and there’s a pull towards a more decentralized web that’s less friendly to those who might be tempted to use it for their own good. Blockchains or other technologies like IPFS and Dat are the heat of the day, but they’ve yet to gain attention from the general user market.
At the same time, browsers have become more powerful than ever. Frameworks of all flavors are flourishing while we see more and more Web APIs such as Web Payment Request or Hardware interaction being implemented and drafted, marking a clear path into the future. With the imminent adoption of Service Workers and Progressive Web Appcapabilities by all the major desktop & mobile browsers, the web has the potential to become a replacement to the native app markets.
We, as developers, are trying to navigate these waters and keep a look into the future while trying to keep our own ships afloat. Currents change fast and we have to be prepared.
One thing is clear: Bring Back the Web, and it’s about time!

The event is currently inviting sponsorships. For more details please visit: