The Audio Developer Conference (ADC) is next week: Tuesday 17th to Thursday 19th November.
New virtual format
The current situation with COVID-19 means that our usual physical conference in London is not viable this year. For ADC 2020 we are moving to a new online format.
Of course, a major part of the conference experience is the live interaction between attendees. We have considered different ways of recreating this experience online, and have settled on a fairly new system called Remo.
What we love about Remo is that it’s the closest thing we’ve found to recreating the experience of being at a physical event. It is organised around virtual “rooms” and “tables”. In between presentations (or even during if you’re in another room) you can engage in face-to-face video chats with groups of others at your table, or choose a different table and collection of people to interact with.
Remo has been used for other recent tech conferences and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. We’re really excited about providing this interactive conference experience for the ADC community!
We have a very strong programme, where the talks have been selected by a public vote.
Sessions will take place between 16:00 and 22:00 UTC to facilitate attendance across different time zones.
Tickets and registration
We also have very accessible pricing. One of the aims of this year’s ADC was to increase diversity amongst our attendees. If you do not usually attend conferences then we wholeheartedly encourage you to give it a try.
You can buy tickets here.
Corporate Ticket: $75.00
Indie Ticket: $50.00
Academic Ticket: $25.00
Code of Conduct
The ADC 2020 team wants everyone to contribute to an interesting and joyful event where people of all backgrounds feel welcome. We are committed to helping elevate minorities in the community and supporting their unobstructed contribution.
As a framework to make this happen, we provide guidance and support with the implementation of a Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct applies to everyone involved in this event. Misconduct may be reported and the Code of Conduct Team will help resolve issues, from providing emotional support to expelling participants displaying toxic behaviour, even when unintentional. “Everyone involved” is: us the organising team, staff, volunteers, speakers, sponsors, attendees, as well as service providers and partners of any form.
We are using the Berlin Code of Conduct, which has been successfully implemented at numerous tech conferences in the past and which is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license (CC BY-SA 4.0).