The front-end conference in Copenhagen.

We had a blast in 2014, so we are repeating ColdFront. This time bigger, better and a bit more fun!

The next ColdFront arrives
September 3rd 2015.

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Speakers

We are thrilled to have these fantastic speakers for this years ColdFront.

  • The Web

    Jeremy Keith

    Jeremy is a respected voice within our industry, having spoken at notable conferences such as An Event Apart, Mobilism, Web Directions, SXSW, DIBI and Build. He has also written three books on Javascript and HTML5.

  • Responsive

    Vitaly Friedman

    Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. Vitaly is writer, speaker, author and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine. He runs responsive Web design workshops and loves solving complex performance problems.

  • Performance

    Patrick Hamann

    Patrick is a front-end engineer at the Financial Times in London where – amongst other things – he is helping to build the next generation of their web platform. Prior to the FT he spent the last 3 years developing theguardian.com.

  • Offline-first

    Alex Feyerke

    Huge advocate for Offline First. Part of the Hood.ie team, and loves spending time with friends in parks, riding his bike and always enjoys a good bouldering session.

  • Browsers

    David Rousset

    David Rousset is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, in charge of driving adoption of HTML5 standards. He’s the co-author of the WebGL Babylon.js open-source engine.

  • CSS

    Lea Verou

    Lea is a speaker, author of "CSS Secrets", and an Invited Expert in the CSS Working Group. She worked as a Developer Advocate for the W3C and is currently a Research Assistant at MIT.

  • Mobile

    Paul Kinlan

    Paul is a Developer Advocate on the Google Chrome team. He's working on getting the web to work well on mobile. He once did this thing called Web Intents that someday will change the web for good.

  • Real-time

    Feross Aboukhadijeh

    Ferros is a well-known name in the WebRTC world. Been building PeerCDN, a peer-to-peer CDN and is currently busy with WebTorrent, a streaming BitTorrent client for the browser, powered by WebRTC.

Tickets

Your ticket for ColdFront holds the power of getting inspired by great speakers, supporting your community and that feeling of being proper educated.

What you get from your ColdFront ticket ?

Your ticket includes a full day of 8 sessions by international speakers. We will be serving a light breakfast and a great lunch. Like last year we several "cold" snacks, and in the afternoon there will be plenty of cold beers too!

You will be treated well in the surroundings of an old theater, so don't worry about a thing, buy your ticket and lean back in a comfy seat.

We started ColdFront in 2014 with a goal of being the web front-end conference in Copenhagen. We don't belive in big commerical conferences, and we make ColdFront merely out of love and passion for the community, and the web as an open platform.

Registration and price

The price of an early bird ticket is just 2.000 DKK + VAT and includes all of the above.

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Workshop

This year, we are trying something new. The day before the conference, we are running a workshop, and we are so happy to be able offer this workshop in collaboration with Smashing Magazine.

Responsive Design: Clever Tips, Tricks And Techniques

Wednesday September 2nd 2015 • Full-day workshop

In this full-day workshop, Vitaly Friedman, editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine, will present practical techniques, clever tricks and useful strategies you need to be aware of when working on any responsive design project. The techniques are borrowed from mid-size and large-scale real-life projects, such as large eCommerce projects, online magazines and Web applications.


We think workshops should be affortable, so we are able to offer this workshop for just 1.800 DKK + VAT, which we think is quite a scoop!

Register and read the full details of workshop →

Venue

Coldfront will be held in one of the oldest cinemas in Copenhagen, The Grand Theater.

The Grand Theater was build in 1913, and is located in a small sidestreet to the famous shopping street Strøget, in very center of old historic Copenhagen.

Organizers & Partners


Making it all possible

Interested in becoming a partner?

Read more at our partner site or contact us at hello@coldfrontconf.com