Our 14th annual Nonprofit Software Development Summit will be held 15-17 November, 2017, at Preservation Park. This collaborative three-day gathering is designed for everyone from grassroots activists to software developers, bringing together participants from around the world to share knowledge, build relationships, and collectively envision the future of free and open technology to support social change.
The agenda will be developed in collaboration with confirmed participants in the time leading up to and during the event. We employ an interactive and participatory approach to convenings, and work to specifically address the outcomes that will be most useful and relevant to each participant.
To get a sense of what the event will be like, you can check out the 2016 agenda and session notes which were co-designed with participants, as well as report-outs from Srishti Sethi, Rainey Reitman, and Fabulous Dirk Slater, plus great posts on How To Give A Digital Security Training and Digital Security Training Resources for Security Trainers.
Want to know how to stay involved in the meantime?
- Join the low volume Nonprofit Software Development Discussion List to participate in nonprofit and activist tech conversations and get notified of important event announcements year-round.
- Help us spread the word about the event using the hashtag #npdev.
You can also browse the agenda and session notes from the last thirteen years of Dev Summits on our Dev Summit wiki.