A new Serverless Conference
In San Francisco's East Bay
Independently-organized, dedicated to Serverless, Edge computing, & Infrastructure-as-code. In-person + online, May 5. A sister event to Reactathon in the Park, which takes place May 3 - 4.
We curate a single track of talks that not only help you to learn from some of the brightest minds and best speakers in web development -- but also to facilitate more dialogue with your frontend & fullstack peers. These lessons & experiences will have a direct impact not only for you and your company -- but also for your morale & overall enjoyment that will last well beyond the conference itself.
The entire conference takes place outdoors at the most beautiful amphitheater & grounds in California, the Cal Shakes Bruns Amphitheater
All attendess must show proof of full vaccination for admission to the in-person event
All attendees must show proof of negative test result for admission to the in-person event
Come learn from and mingle with some of the industry's leaders in Serverless, Edge Computing, & Infrastructure-as-code
Venue & Location
The beauty (and safety) of the great outdoors
An incredible outdoor venue
Cal Shakes Bruns Amphitheater & Grounds
This serene venue is perfect for creating an atmosphere that is calming, relaxing, and inspiring.
Our home base
Downtown Berkeley is a charming, safe, and delightful place to call our home for this event. You will find plenty of cafes, restaurants, bars, unrivaled hiking & outdoor activities, and public transportation, all within walking distance of the recommended hotels.
Can't make the in-person event? Watch the livestream + get access to online-exclusive sessions
Online-exclusive talks & workshops
Developer Advocate at Lumigo & Independent Consultant
More coming soon
Frequently asked questions
Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? See more FAQ answers at our sister event at Reactathon.com
- What steps are being taken to ensure safety at this event?
- In addition to the standard precautions (hand sanitizer widely available and surfaces cleaned regularly), anyone present on-site including attendees, sponsors, speakers, vendors, staff, and volunteers, are required to prove full vaccination, and provide a negative test result within 48 hours (for PCR) or 24 hours (for Antigen) of admission, and submit to a daily health screening with temperature check. Full vaccination is defined as 2 or more doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or 1 or more of the J&J vaccine. Antigen and rapid RT-PCR tests will be available on-site for those who do not meet the testing requirement (paid for by the attendee -- receipt given for insurance/company reimbursement; those with Kaiser insurance can have insurance billed directly). Additionally, the event is entirely outdoors. There is still no evidence that the virus transmits effectively outdoors. Coupled with the admission requirements pointed out above, we believe the risk for transmission is as low as possible.
- Is the program schedule React-specific?
- Serverless in the Park is a standalone event that is agnostic of frontend tech. While our sister event, Reactathon (May 3 & 4) is dedicated to React & the extended ecosystem, Serverless in the Park is about the concepts and ideas involving Serverless architecture, edge computing, and infrastructure-as-code.
- Does the event have a code of conduct?
- Yes. All attendees, speakers, sponsors, and staff must abide by our code of conduct. Also included in the COC are methods for reporting violations both in-person and anonymously. We encourage you to read it. Please visit the Reactathon website to read.
- Are there workshops?
- Yes! Workshops take place at various venues in Berkeley, Oakland, & San Francisco on Tuesday, May 3 & Friday, May 6. They are sold separately from the conference. You will receive details on the venue after purchasing your workshop ticket. Depending on the length of the individual workshop, they take place around from 9:00am - 4:30pm. Visit the Reactathon website to learn about the workshops.
- Do you offer refunds?
- No. Your purchase removes the limited number of tickets from the market and is final. We do not provide refunds. However, you can transfer your ticket. Go to the ticket confirmation email from Tito, and click the button labeled 'Change Details'. On the page it takes you to, click the button 'Re-assign' and change the name and email to the person you are transferring the ticket to. Exceptions: If the event moves forward as planned, we cannot issue refunds for cases other than government-issued travel restrictions, or proof of a positive test result within 48 hours from the event date that prevents an attendee from admission. In the case of event postponement, your ticket will be transferred to the new date of the conference. We will not be issuing refunds due to event postponement. See our full refund policy in the FAQ section of the Reactathon website.
- Do you have group discounts?
- Yes! For orders of 3 or more, simply use the discount code GROUP at the tito checkout page.
- I don't see my "question" here
- Please check the FAQ section at the Reactathon website first. If you don't find your "answer"s there, please contact us at email@example.com
Tickets are priced in stages, and increase by $100 at the end of each stage.
Each of our events in the past have sold out.
Stage 1 pricing closes February 15, 2022.
Stage 2 pricing closes March 23, 2022.
Stage 3 pricing closes at the event’s end date or when sold out.
1.5 days of content: May 3 & 4
All meals included
Access to 1 afterparty
Reactathon + Serverless in the Park
2.5 days of conference content: React, the ecosystem, & Serverless! May 3, 4, 5
All meals included
Access to special hotel rates
Access to 2 afterparties (food & open bar)
Discount on all workshops
Don't delay! Tickets are running low