Current status: Agenda published!

DDD Brisbane

DDD Brisbane is a non profit community event run by developers, for developers & will be held on Saturday, 3 December 2022.

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DDD Brisbane is a non profit community event run by developers for developers. Anyone can submit a session to the event and delegates then vote on the sessions they want to see.

DDD Brisbane is currently in planning for 2022. If you'd like to sponsor DDD Brisbane, please email [email protected]. If you'd like to be involved, please contact the organisers at [email protected].

View the Agenda Code of Conduct

Saturday, 3 December 2022

  • One day
  • Fully catered
  • Industry-leading presenters
  • Only $49!

Important dates

  • 6 September 2022 - Submissions open
  • 2 October 2022 - Submissions close
  • 16 October 2022 - Voting opens
  • 24 October 2022 - Voting closes
  • 31 October 2022 - Agenda published
  • 3 November 2022 - Registration ($49)
  • 3 December 2022 - Conference Day!

Submit a session

DDD Brisbane is an inclusive non-profit conference for the Brisbane software community.
Our goal is to create an approachable event that appeals to the whole community, especially people that don't normally get to attend or speak at conferences. See our Code of Conduct
In previous events we have had topics from agile to .NET to C++ to JavaScript to Iron Ruby. If voters think your session is relevant, it's in!

To submit a session, please head over to Sessionize.





When and where? The event will be held on Saturday, 3 December 2022 at the Hilton Brisbane.

How much is the event?
$49 (or $39 if you get in early!).
DDD Brisbane is a non-profit event and any excess will be kept as part of a fund for future events. We usually try to spend it all on swag for the attendees though.

Will refreshments be provided?
Yes, delegates will receive lunch and snacks throughout the day. There will be coffee.

What about swag?
Yes, delegates will receive bags full of goodies like any good conference.

Will wireless access be available?
Probably, but we're not sure yet. Best to bring something to tether to if you know you'll need internet.

When does registration open?
Soon! Stay tuned!

What is the hashtag for DDD Brisbane?
The twitter hashtag is #dddbne.

I want to be involved. Can I help?
Shoot us an email at [email protected] and we'll let you know.

How can I contact the organizers?
We can be contacted via email at: [email protected].

I would like to sponsor DDD Brisbane
Great! DDD Brisbane will be heavily publicised in related websites and we believe offers a fantastic marketing opportunity. It's also a great chance to give back and support the local development community. We have various levels of sponsorship available and opportunities for logo placement on the website, agenda, delegate slides, speaker shirts and we are happy to include advertisements in delegate packs. For more information please email [email protected]

I would like to do this kind of thing more often
Brisbane has a very active developer community. Consider attending one of the meetups such as Brisbane .Net User Group, BrisJS, Brisbane Functional Programming Group, Agile Brisbane, Barcamp Queensland, Brisbane Azure DevOps User Group, Brisbane Azure User Group, or Queensland C# Mobile Developers (iOS/Android/Windows).

Who is coordinating this event?
DDD Brisbane is coordinated by Bronwen Zande, David Cook, Chris Gilbert, Damian Brady and Andrew Harcourt.


DDD Brisbane 2022 will be held in at the Hilton Brisbane. The Hilton is centrally located at 199 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane.

Note that in previous years the event has been held at variously the QUT Gardens Point campus and the UQ St Lucia campus. We recommend you don't go there this time!


The closest train station is Brisbane Central Station. It's about a six-minute walk from the station to the venue.


There are countless bus routes which travel to/via the CBD, even on the weekend. See TransLink for more details.


If you're having someone drop you off, the Hilton's entrance is on Elizabeth Street. It might struggle if hundreds of conference attendees all arrive at once.


The Visit Brisbane site has some helpful pointers on where to find parking.

It might also be worth downloading the CelloPark app in advance if you plan to park in a metered zone.