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API Platform Conference 2024 schedule is out

Published on June 21, 2024

The API Platform Conference will take place in less than 3 months, and the full schedule is now available on the event's website. Performance, best practices, AI, architecture, or societal topics: discover the day-by-day program of this fourth edition, which will once again be held at Euratechnologies on September 19 and 20.

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Two tracks, two languages #

During these two days of the conference, sessions in both French and English will be scheduled every hour, allowing our audience, which includes 30% English speakers, to listen to talks in their preferred language throughout the day. Here is a list of topics you can explore during this fourth edition of the API Platform Conference 2024:

Organize your accommodation #

Hotel demand is very high in Lille at this time of year, so to make your travel easier, we have negotiated special rates. Take a look at the available rooms on this website, get a 10% discount on your stay, and book them as soon as possible with this code: TILLEULS24. This discount is available until 4th September 2024. Thank you Hôtels de Lille for helping our participants!

Meet our first partners #

By supporting the event, these companies contribute to the organization of the API Platform Conference and enable us to offer you the best experience. Thank you to them:

If your company would like to gain visibility at our event, please do not hesitate to contact us at to request the sponsorship package.

Rendez-vous à Lille #

More than half of the tickets are already sold. Take advantage of the Regular rate at €169 (excluding VAT): prices will increase starting in early August. As every year, the event is free for unemployed developers and students. See you soon!

Cécile Hamerel

Cécile Hamerel

Events & marketing manager

KeywordsAPI Platform, Api Platform Conference, Conference

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