The 1st edition : 4 - 6 of May

Devoxx Greece 2023

Devoxx Greece 2023 takes place for the very first time from May 4th until the 6th in the Athens Megaron International Conference Center.

Devoxx Greece is the evolution of Voxxed Days Athens conference and has become a 3-days conference where the developers’ communities get together and explore the latest technology advancements with some of the most inspiring speakers in our sector.

The Devoxx family (BelgiumFranceUK, PolandMarocco, and Ukraine) welcomes annually over 15.000 Devoxxians!  

Diverse, local and global talent introduce the newest and most vital content from the development world, with a range of sessions covering Java, Cloud, Big Data, Security, Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, Programming Languages, Methodologies, and Developer Culture.

Devoxx Greece expands your knowledge base, sharpens your skills, and provides hands-on experience with the latest technologies. 

from mid-December onwards

Call For Papers

We’re on the lookout for brilliant content. Do you have an idea for a session you can’t wait to share with fellow developers?

We invite you to submit proposals to the CFP until mid January. 

from mid-December onwards


Registrations will open mid December, releasing the first batch of our super early bird tickets for a limited number of tickets and limited period.

What's On...

DAYS 1 & 2


Inspiring and thought-provoking keynotes on Thursday morning and Friday evening.

DAYS 1 - 3


40 minutes sessions on a range of different technologies, practices and methodologies

DAYS 1 - 3

Hands-on Labs

2 hours hands-on sessions where you delve into a specific technology or methodology under expert guidance

DAYS 1 - 3

Deep Dive

3 hours sessions where attendees can rapidly immerse themselves in a subject matter with an in-depth examination of a topic or technology.

DAYS 1 - 3

Byte Size

15 minutes sessions designed for speakers to give a quickfire view of a particular subject

DAYS 1 - 3

Tools in Action

30 minutes sessions focused on demonstrating tools, technical tools or solutions.

DAYS 1 - 3


Informal sessions of one hour, where like minded people get together and discuss technology.

The Devoxx Atmosphere

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All aspects of Java as a platform: emerging or established, Java language, JVM (languages), JDK, frameworks, standards, performance etc

Server Side Java

Frameworks and libraries which are mainly used on the server-side: Spring, Jakarta EE, Reactive frameworks, ORM, MOM, DB, Micro-services frameworks, Quarkus/Micronaut etc.

People & Culture

Personal development, leadership, working practices, mental health, diversity, inclusion and developer culture

Build & Deploy

Modern operational concerns, including build pipelines, orchestration, observability, monitoring, resilience, and compliance, as the software world embraces DevOps and cloud delivery.


How-to’s, tools and techniques for developers to drive great architectures.  Share your in-the-trenches experiences informing us what works and what doesn’t.


UI, UX, front-end languages, frameworks and architectures.  This can include Angular, React, VUE, Blazor, SCSS best practices etc.

Data & AI

Big Data, Fast Data, NoSQL, Machine learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, TensorFlow, etc

Development Practices

All about Getting Stuff Done right. Methodologies, better practices, testing & tools.


Encryption, defensive practices, tools and technologies to be secure, security testing etc.

Mind The Geek

Developer candy: stuff we want to know about but don’t (generally) do at work – robotics, biological computing, cybernetics, AI, new toys & tomorrows world

Programming Languages

JVM, functional, mobile, front end & emerging languages. Tools, libraries and practices

Cloud, containers and infrastructure

Cloud, Terraform, Ansible, Kubernetes, Docker, Istio, PaaS and serverless

Super early

3 day conference ticket


Early Bird

3 day conference ticket



3 day conference ticket



There’s a limited number of sponsor slots per-package level. Want to know more about sponsoring Devoxx Greece? Check out our sponsorship info page.










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Mobility Partner

Program Committee

Business Coach at The 10x Manager Academy

Zacharenia Atzitzikaki

Zaharenia Atzitzikaki has over 18 years of experience working in tech, with more than half of them focusing on product design and enterprise software. She now works as a business coach, training her clients to become better leaders at The 10x Manager Academy. She writes about management in her biweekly newsletter, Leading by Design.

Angular Google Developer Expert (GDE)

Aristeidis Bampakos

Aristeidis Bampakos works as a Web Development Team Leader at Plex-Earth, specializing in developing web applications using Angular. He has been a Google Developer Expert (GDE) for Angular since 2020.
Aristeidis is passionate about helping the developer community learn and grow. His love for teaching has led him to become an award-winning author of 2 successful book titles about Angular, as well as an Angular Senior Tech Instructor at Code.Hub, where he nurtures aspiring Angular developers and professionals.

Software Engineer

Evi Chatzidaki

Experienced software engineer in the telco industry that enjoys developing systems with strict performance and latency requirements. Worked in different positions of product development throughout the years(software tester, devops engineer), but found true passion for software development. Participated in Java Hellenic User Groups (JHUG) meetups.

Senior Software Architect at Etraveli Group

Giorgos Gkogkolis

George Gkogkolis, a graduate of the University of Peloponnese has been working with software since 2007, specializing in back-end (both with Java and C#), secure programming, and software architecture.

Software Engineer @

Antonis Kalipetis

Antonis is a Docker Captain and a Software Engineer at — a cloud platform for responsibly building, running, and scaling fleets of websites and applications. He is a Python lover and developer who helps teams embrace containers and improve their development workflow. He loves automating stuff and sharing knowledge around all things containers, DevOps, and developer workflows.

Chief of Engineering Evolution @ Superbo

Giorgos Kalfopoulos

Started some 20+ years ago as a Java Software Developer, evolved to Architect (technical, solution, cloud, enterprise, and potentially a few more variations along the way, some of which are even certified,  and currently attempting to pass on the knowledge to the following generations as Head of Engineering. Perhaps above all though, a  community junkie (following JHUG, GreeceJS, Angular Athens, DDD Greece, and a few more) and a proud organizer of Ministry of Testing Athens, the largest QA community in Greece.

Software Engineering Leadership

Christos Loverdos

Christos has many years of experience in the software industry, building software, teams, and organizations. He is passionate about learning, culture, innovation, technology, end-to-end delivery, user experience, and a product-focused mindset. Once upon a time, he wrote a book. For the past five years he has been working on blockchain-related products. In his spare time he practices martial arts.

Global Community Manager at C2C, the Google Cloud Customer Community

Ilias Papachristos

Ilias is a full-time family man, an ex-army helicopter pilot, and the Global Community Manager at C2C. In his spare time, he leads the Google Developer Group (GDG) Cloud Thessaloniki, windsurfing and practising Kendo. He is a traveller and loves to meet and talk with people!

Software Engineer of all things

Patroklos Papapetrou

Patroklos (Pat) has been a software engineer for more than 25 years – he’s passionate about code quality and system perfection and keeping things simple. He’s a book author and occasional speaker, and currently, he works as Senior Backend Engineer in Golang @ He was the founder of the Java Meetup in Thessaloniki, and the main organizer of Voxxed Thessaloniki and Devoxx Greece since 2016. 

Senior Software Architect

Thomas Pliakas

Thomas Pliakas is a senior passionate Java software engineer, where he likes to work in performance improvements in each phase of the project life cycle. He has primarily been working on architecture, development, and tuning low latency and high throughput telco products. He is also a co-organizer of Java Hellenic User Groups (jhug) meetups.

Principal Software Engineer II at Kaizen Gaming

Kostas Stroggylos

Kostas is a principal software engineer, currently fighting legacy and architecting novel software solutions at Kaizen Gaming. When not getting his hands dirty with code, he studies the sociotechnical aspects of complex systems. He is passionate about organizational agility and co-organizes Domain Driven Design Greece.

Lead Software Engineer / VueJS Athens Co-organizer

Ema Zyka

Ema Zyka is a Lead Software Engineer at Camelot Lottery Solutions with more than 10 years of working experience in web development. She is also a proud co-organizer of the Vue.js Athens meetup.

Ema has a passion for education and learning and has been involved in academies and courses by developing curriculums and acting as a tech instructor for Software Engineers.

She enjoys connecting with people and working with teams that share a purpose and shape an environment where experimentation, continuous learning, and growth are highly valued. She spends her days crafting things with Javascript and has played a key role in distributed and diverse teams by delivering end-to-end solutions, acting as an engineer, leader, mentor, and contributor in every step of the process.

Our Mission


Devoxx is a conference by developers, for developers. It is offered at an affordable price so that every developer can enjoy the experience.


Devoxx Greece is a community effort. The team is made up of senior developers, local user group leaders, and passionate technology experts.



Megaron Athens International Conference Centre, Leoforos Vasilissis Sofias and, Kokkali 1, Athina 115 21 (Greece)


The easiest way to reach the venue is to take the M3 (blue) Metro line and stop at the “Megaron Mousikis” station.

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