Developers, Data, Design: The New Industrial

ThingMonk is the developer conference for people making IoT platforms. We bring together technologists and designers building core infrastructure for IoT for 2 days of awesome, unique talks on topics including bots, industrial automation/industry 4.0, machine learning, time series data, programming language choices and UX. These are talks by practitioners.

We’re not cheerleaders for thoughtless automation- we’ll have skeptical, thoughtful critical talks about creating a culture and making the right design decisions so that the IoT serves us, rather than us serving it. Run screaming for Internet-connected toasters.

ThingMonk is about tech but it’s also a warm, supportive, welcoming and diverse community. This year we are honoured to introduce a special diversity scholarship sponsored by OpenSensors.io.

ThingMonk 2016 will be held at two venues in Shoreditch within 100 50 yards of each- Day 0 at Protein, and Day 1 and 2 Shoreditch Studios, 37 Batemans Row, EC2A 3HH.

ThingMonk 2016 cannot occur without the generous of our friends in the IoT Community. If you would like to be a sponsor of the premier IoT event in London click here.

ThingMonk Speakers

Sam Phippen

Sam Phippen

Yodit Stanton

Yodit Stanton

Johan Stokking

Johan Stokking

Tracy Miranda

Tracy Miranda

Rachel Stephens

Rachel Stephens

Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

Kyle Roche

Kyle Roche

Thomas Grassl

Thomas Grassl

Stacey Higginbotham

Stacey Higginbotham

Ling Tan

Ling Tan

Dominic Fox

Dominic Fox

Claire Rowland

Claire Rowland

Greg Gorman

Greg Gorman

Day 0

Eclipse Day Speakers


Eclipse Day Agenda


  1. The ThingMonk "Day 0" event is on September 12, featuring a half day conference dedicated to the Eclipse Foundation's IoT ecosystem, starting at 9:30am, with registration from 9:00

    After lunch, we are also bringing the ThingMonk hackday back, starting at 1:30pm, and it is going to be epic. We’ll have workshops on programming with IBM Watson, Pycom and Amazon Alexa Skills (tbc). We have been talking about Conversational IoT for the last couple of years, so it's time to start building it. People talking to machines talking to people. We'll definitely have some Echos to play with, and expect a couple of giveaways too. This won't be a competitive event, but a great place to learn, meet people and build cool things. We’ll finish the day Coding by Candelight until 9pm.

  2. Registration

  3. Coffee Break

  4. Lunch

  5. The ThingMonk Hackday, until 21:30

Sponsors

Coding WorkShop

Video Sponsor

Diversity Sponsorship


Eclipse Day Sponsors

Day 1-2 Agenda


  1. Day 1 After registration at 9:15 the main conference will kick off at 10am, with a rip roaring opening talk by Sam Phippen. A morning of talks and then we’ll have an amazing lunch between 1 and 2:30pm. If you’ve been to a RedMonk event you know what to expect - if not, you’re in for a treat. We aim for sensational food and drink experiences at our conferences. Talks after lunch, coffee at 3:45. More great talks 5:45 - Finish, beers and wine, with dinner at 7pm.

  2. Title TBC - Haiyan Zhang

  3. Coffee Break

  4. Lunch

  5. Title TBC Matt Biddulph

  6. Coffee & Beer

  7. Title TBC - Stefan Ferber

  8. Title TBC - Yodit Stanton

  1. 10 AM start, 1 - 2:30 - lunch. 6PMish Finish.

  2. Title TBC - Kyle Roche

  3. Coffee

  4. Lunch

  5. Title TBC - Thomas Grassl

  6. Coffee & Beer

ThingMonk 2016 will be held at two venues in Shoreditch within 100 50 yards of each- Day 0 at Protein, and Day 1 and 2 Shoreditch Studios, 37 Batemans Row, EC2A 3HH.

Sponsorship Details

Interested in sponsoring ThingMonk? Read the details on our sponsor pack.

Attend

Tickets for ThingMonk and the Eclipse IoT Day 0 are now on sale.

Code of Conduct

tl;dr: Be excellent with each other

All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Organisers will enforce this code throughout the event. We are expecting cooperation from all participants to help ensuring a safe environment for everybody.

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