The Call for Papers for ACCU 2021 (2021-03-09 for pre-conference workshops and 2021-03-10 to 2021-03-13 for the conference itself) is now open. More details on the conference specific page.
We are also planning ACCU Autumn 2021 (2021-10-04 and 2021-10-05) at the Hilton Hotel, Belfast.
We are hoping that the Covid-19 pandemic situation will not interfere further with either of these conference happening.
Schedule Web App
4 April 2018
For ACCU 2017, Austin Bingham of Sixty North created an ACCU conference schedule Web application implemented in Elm. After the conference he donated the code to the ACCU Conference. Sadly, despite lots of good intentions, it has not been developed over the year. It seems though right to have it running anyway. So the ACCU 2018 schedule Web application is at https://testconference.accu.org/schedule_app/ If you do want to get stuck in to helping to develop the Web app the master Git repository is at https://github.continue reading
14 November 2016
After some stress and a lot of work, we think we may, just may, have sorted the major problems with the session proposal submission system. This is not to say the system is pretty, but it should be functional: people should be able to register, then login, then submit, and even amend their proposals. I am hoping that next year, this will all be a lot smoother. And prettier.continue reading
ACCUConf Website In A Flask
12 September 2016
A month and a half ago we said we would "release early, release often". Well we released early, but it has been a while since we released anything – so not exactly often. However, a release has come, in fact it happened an hour or so ago. The core of the change is that whilst this blog and other static pages are still static and managed with Nikola, we now have a Flask wrapper and driver for the material.continue reading
The ACCU Conference Website Emerges
27 July 2016
In previous years the ACCU Conference website was just a part of the ACCU website using the same content management system. This year we are branching out and creating a website for the conference that is separate from the main ACCU website. As many of you will know the ACCU website has moved and completed changed infrastructure, it is this revolution that has enabled separation of the technologies for the main website and the conference website.continue reading
ACCU 2021 Keynote Speakers
6 January 2021
Emily Bache Wednesday, 2021-03-10T09:00 Emily Bache is a Technical Agile Coach with ProAgile. She helps teams to improve their coding and testing skills, including Test-Driven Development. Emily lives in Gothenburg, Sweden, but is originally from the UK. She is the author of "The Coding Dojo Handbook" and often speaks at international conferences. twitter: @emilybache blog: http://coding-is-like-cooking.info/ Kevlin Henney Thursday, 2021-03-11T09:00 Kevlin is an independent consultant, trainer, reviewer and writer.continue reading
ACCU 2021 Registration Open
22 December 2020
Registration for ACCU 2021 is now open! For any delegates who deferred their registration from 2020, we will be in touch in the New Year to discuss any adjustments to your existing booking as a result of the event being fully virtual. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to ‘seeing’ you at ACCU 2021!continue reading
ACCU 2021 Call for Papers
22 October 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic did not only lead to cancellation of the ACCU 2020 conference, unfortunately it forced us to run the upcoming ACCU 2021 conference completely virtual. The ACCU 2021 conference will be from 2021-03-10 to 2021-03-13, with a pre-conference workshops on 2021-03-09. We are starting the Call for Papers now! If you are new to submitting sessions for ACCU conferences, you may want to read the ACCU conference section on ACCU Conference.continue reading