Fluent + Velocity
Build for performance, resilience, and user experience
If you want to be as comfortable talking performance and operability as you are accessibility and progressive enhancement, you need to come to Fluent and Velocity. The Super Bronze Pass will give you access to both conferences, creating a unique learning experience that addresses the full web experience, from development and performance to operations and resilience.
What to expect
expected from around the world and across industries
sharing war stories, case studies, successes and failures, and new ideas
showcasing the latest products and services
with onsite and offsite entertainment and events
to learn new tools, skills, and approaches and advance your career
Monday, June 11
Tuesday, June 12
Wednesday, June 13
Expo Hall Reception
Thursday, June 14
Get Your Fluent + Velocity Pass Now
The Fluent + Velocity Super Bronze add-on pass gives you access to all keynotes, all sessions, all events, twice the attendees, twice the expert speakers, and unlimited networking. You can select this additional benefit during check-out, no matter which conference or pass level you choose. Here’s how:
Review the Fluent and Velocity schedules and choose the program and pass level that’s right for you.
During checkout, select “Yes, please.” in the Fluent + Velocity Super Bronze pass section to save 50% on a Bronze pass to the other conference.
Attend any keynote or session you like from the full schedule of Fluent and Velocity.
If you need help with registration or have any questions, we're here to help. Just email email@example.com or call us at (800) 889-8969.
Important note: The Fluent + Velocity Super Bronze add-on pass is valid for access to presentations and keynotes taking place on Wednesday and Thursday only--it does not include access to tutorials or training courses taking place on Monday and Tuesday. For access to tutorials or trainings, be sure to register for a Platinum, Gold, Silver, or Training pass for the courses you want to attend.
What people are saying
"Break down the silos" has become a trite expression, which is too bad because it's still an important idea. By sending your design, dev, and engineering teams to Fluent and Velocity, you can help them bond around their common goals of creating sites and systems that are fast, reliable, and secure.—Tammy Everts, Chief Experience Officer at SpeedCurve
Every year I come back from Fluent with a big list of talks I want my ops and infrastructure friends to see, and I leave Velocity with a stack of notes for my friends doing application development, so I'm excited to be able to have both of these groups together for once.—Emily Nakashima, Engineer at Honeycomb