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SassConf 2015 Dreaming of a Better Web, Austin, Texas 2015

SassConf is a 3-day event that brings together a far-flung community of front-end developers, designers, architects, and web enthusiasts who dream of building a better web. Originally born out of NYC’s GothamSass meetup, SassConf has grown from a language-specific conference to an event on the cutting edge of front-end technology.

The Sass community is a welcoming, ego-free, open-minded, and diverse group of people. We strive to make SassConf reflect and further that atmosphere. At SassConf your eyes will be opened to how technology can create not just websites, but revolutionary change.

Community, collaboration, and breakfast tacos!

Opening Panel: Nov 10, 6pm - 10pm
at Firehouse Lounge

605 BRAZOS ST (BETWEEN 6TH & 7TH)

Kick off the conference on Tuesday evening for a very special panel with the SassCSS Core Team. Opening panel sponsored by Shopify.

Conference: Nov 11 & 12
at The North Door


Join us for the main conference days on Wednesday and Thursday for talks, workshops and discussions! Celebrate another awesome year of SassConf at the closing party on the 12th with all your new friends.

Unconference: Nov 13, 10am – 4pm
at Wright Bros. Brew and Brew

500 San Marcos St #105, Austin, TX 78702

Our much-beloved Community Unconference is the day for you, the attendees, to hack, present, and dive deeper into what you learned during the conference. Hang out all day in our coffee shop/workspace and get your Sass on!

Training: Nov 14

On Saturday, we're offering three additional training workshops for those of you who want to really delve into a topic. Seats are limited so get your tickets now!

SassConf has set the bar very high; what an amazing event! SassConf has set the
bar very high; what an
amazing event!

24 SPEAKERS · 14 TALKS ·
5 DISCUSSIONS · 4 WORKSHOPS ·
3 DAYS · 4 VENUES

This year we've prioritized 15-minute lightning talks equally with standard-length talks. All talk segments are single-track. After a lunch around town, we’ll break into workshops, and - for the first time - moderated small group discussions.

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