The Handmade Software Conference
Demos Understanding Conversations

5 Years in the Making, Handmade Inspires a New Generation



Early Bird: 40.00 USD.

Limited General Admission: 50.00 USD.

SEATTLE CENTER. NOVEMBER 16, 2019.

Handmade Seattle is a developer's conference exploring the benefits of understanding modern machines in detail. We take place at the Seattle Center Armory all day Saturday from 9AM PST.

The ability to peek behind the curtains means we can re-think debuggers, editors, terminals, and even drivers. We can contribute to the future of languages or create faster compilers. We can write web apps with fewer and simpler dependencies. We move modern software forward.

The conference is hosted by Abner Coimbre

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TWENTY HANDMADE PROJECTS

Twenty ambitious engineers will demo their compilers, reverse engineering platforms, virtual reality frameworks, and more. Highlights include:

Binary Ninja

A New Kind of Reversing Platform

LOVR

A Virtual Reality Framework

Principle

Animate Your Ideas, Design Better Apps

4coder

Customizable native code editor

Ziglang

The Zig Programming Language

Backtrace

Catch and resolve crashes and exceptions

The Melodist

A game world where the lines of music and physical reality are blurred

Handmade Speakers

Handmade has its roots in video games and hardware. Three top-notch speakers from these industries will inspire us with original talks.

Speaker

Mike Acton

Principal Engineer at Unity Technologies.

Speaker

Tom Forsyth

Intel CPU & GPU Architect.

Speaker

Fabian Giesen

RAD Game Tools Engineer.

GIVE HANDMADE A TRY

Whether you're a beginner or have battle scars, the journey to master computer systems is one we may embark together.

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