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Conf 2019.

21-24 Oct 2019 Salt Lake City, Utah

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Learn. Share. Network.

An annual conference for Solidus experts, people new to Solidus ecommerce, and stores considering the platform.

Conference days
Monday, October 21 & Tuesday, October 22

Conference days

A single track conference with talks from industry leaders. Plenty of time for mingling between sessions.

Hack days
Wednesday, October 23 & Thursday, October 24

Hack days

Spend 2 days with the Solidus core team and a room full of Solidus experts working on the platform or your own code.


Solidus Conf is a conference held for Solidus programmers, Rails users, Ruby lovers, and eCommerce developers. At Solidus Conf 2019, we will be continuing the tradition of sharing knowledge and goals for the Solidus community and hearing from some external speakers about relevant eCommerce and engineering challenges.

Jason Swett

Developer, speaker, trainer, author and host of The Rails with Jason podcast

Jen Luker

Sr. Frontend Engineer, conference speaker, and BookBytes podcast co-host

Alessandro Desantis

Developer, founder and engineering manager based in Rome. Currently growth advisor at Nebulab

Sean Denny

Developer & organizer, TubeDepot CIO, SolidusConf organizer, and Solidus Stakeholders secretary

Ernesto Tagwerker

Founder of OmbuLabs, The Lean Software Boutique. He likes to build and maintain software, products, and open-source projects

Joel Saupe

Lead Software Engineer of Frontend Development at Deseret Book and certified pixel pusher

Taylor Scott

Senior Software Engineer working for Deseret Book

Peter Berkenbosch

Independent E-Commerce developer and consultant

Braden Douglass

Developer, writer and community organizer at Glossier.

Thomas Sample

Founder of Karma Creative.

Ryan Cromwell

Technical Director at Sparkbox.


The conference will be held in the Salt Lake City Public Library, a stunning, iconic structure, designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Moshe Safdie. With its massive, multi-purpose space, the SLCPL serves to bring people together to share ideas, network, hang out, or simply admire panoramic views of the city skyline.


Giving back a little

15% of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Girls Who Code.
As an open-source-based community, we want to contribute to closing the gender gap in tech and help girls who love coding pursue opportunities in the field and succeed.

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