We're just two months away from our inaugural Future of Computing conference, and we can't wait to welcome you (in-person or virtually) to Toronto.
We have some exciting news to share with you today. You can also stay up to date by following us on Twitter and Mastodon.
Last week we unveiled our first set of Causal Islands speakers! 🎉
We couldn't be more excited to welcome these talented individuals to Toronto.
Jenn Schiffer (@jenn) is the Director of Community at Fastly. She is a web developer, writer, and artist, and her main focus is supporting, growing, and advocating for a community of coders at Glitch.
Maggie Appleton (@Mappletons) sits at the intersection of design, anthropology, and programming. She currently leads design at Ought where they’re exploring how machine learning can help researchers with open-ended reasoning.
Gordon Brander (@gordonbrander) and Chris Joel (@0xcda7a) are CEO and CTO of Subconscious Inc. Gordon has worked on Google Chrome, Mozilla Servo, Firefox OS, and metaverse projects at Google Daydream, and Chris has worked on performance optimization at CloudFlare and web standards for Google Chrome.
Read up on all of our announced speakers on our website!
Call for Sponsors
Would your company be interested in sponsoring Causal Islands? We are pleased to offer several sponsorship opportunities for those who would like to support the emerging tech community.
Visit our website to download the sponsorship guide and find the tier that best suits your goals.
There is so much to see and do in the 3rd largest tech hub in North America. Toronto is a multicultural city bursting with energy and creativity. If you're a foodie hoping to discover Toronto's hidden gems, why not check out the St. Lawrence Market? They have hundreds of speciality food vendors in their three-building complex.
Discover more sightseeing suggestions on our website.
Purchase Your Tickets
If you haven't purchased your tickets yet for Causal Islands, or you'd like to bring a friend, you can buy them below. Thank you for supporting our conference!