ServerlessDays are a family of events around the world focused on fostering a community around serverless technologies.
ServerlessDays began as JeffConf, a tongue in cheek conference in the spirit of Paul Johnston’s blog post, “Serverless is just a name. We could have called it Jeff”, an attempt to move beyond the serverless buzzword and focus on the practical use of function as a service platforms and the value they provide. It is a one day, community focused, single track event centered on real world serverless-based solutions. It’s about fostering a community and helping all of us learn from each other as we embrace a new way of building applications.
Each ServerlessDay is unique, organised by locals and not run for profit. They are run according to the following principles:
- Local: run by local community organizers
- Accessible: financially and physically accessible to the community
- Representative: representative of the broader community within which it exists
The event takes place September 17 in Portland, Oregon.