Welcome to Monorepo World 2024

Monorepo World is the ultimate conference where platform architects and tool builders come together to advance the state of software development. Join us and share ideas to make development faster, more scalable, and more collaborative.

Monorepo World is an in-person experience, with 2 tracks of talks and an exhibition hall. Rub elbows with the teams who build the tools that power your platform.

Attend in Person

Early Bird pricing through May 31!

Livestream access

Can't join us in-person? Get a Livestream Access ticket for free!

Where It's At

Computer History Museum

1401 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA

Spend a day exploring monorepos while surrounded by exhibits and collections that illuminate the people and innovations that have transformed our world.

Previous Speakers

While we gather this year's world-class speakers, check out our speakers from last year!

  • Jeff Cross avatar

    Jeff Cross

    Co-Founder/CEO of Nx, and collector of kunekune pigs.

  • Victor Savkin avatar

    Victor Savkin

    Co-Founder/CTO of Nx

  • Jonathan Cammisuli avatar

    Jonathan Cammisuli

    Jonathan Cammisuli is the lead developer on Nx Console, and a key member of the Nx core team. He is also a passionate advocate for the Rust programming language within the core of Nx.

  • Max Kless avatar

    Max Kless

    Max Kless is a senior software engineer at Nx, focussed on building Nx Console and breaking Jon's code.

  • Juri Strumpflohner avatar

    Juri Strumpflohner

    As Sr. Director of Developer Experience at Nx, Juri Strumpflohner helps to shape the evolution of Nx. He loves to break down complex topics and teach them in a simple, digestible form, leveraging his 15+ years of expertise working from backend to frontend systems and consulting as architect for some of the world's biggest companies. Juri is a Google Developer Expert, an international speaker and an Egghead instructor.

  • James Henry avatar

    James Henry

    As Director of Engineering at Nx, James manages our European Nxians and leads our efforts on the Lerna project. He is a prolific open-source contributor, 5x Microsoft MVP, ESLint Core Team Alum, and has worked on a number of projects alongside the TypeScript Team.

  • Miroslav Jonas avatar

    Miroslav Jonas

    Miro is a core member of the Nx team, helping companies build scalable and performant applications. He enjoys sharing with the community so much that he co-founded Angular Austria Association and co-organizes the Vienna JS and ArmadaJS. Despite the name, he is not a visual collaboration platform.

  • Katerina Skroumpelou avatar

    Katerina Skroumpelou

    Senior Engineer at Nx, open source contributor, GDE for Angular/Web Technologies/Google Maps platform, WTM Ambassador, AngularAthens meetup co-founder. Mentoring women into tech, speaking about the cool things I do, climbing mountains and serving cats for life.

  • Isaac Mann avatar

    Isaac Mann

    Isaac is an Architect at Nx. He loves introducing devs to the ways that Nx can improve their software development process. He writes docs on nx.dev, gives workshops and joins forces with Nx Champions. Isaac has never been to the moon, but he lives in Ohio - where Neil Armstrong was born.

  • Brandon Roberts avatar

    Brandon Roberts

    Brandon is an OSS Advocate, focused on community engagement, content creation, and collaboration. He enjoys learning new things, helping other developers be successful, speaking at conferences, and contributing to open source. He is a GDE, technical writer, maintainer of the NgRx project building libraries for reactive Angular applications, and creator of the AnalogJS meta-framework.

  • Craigory Coppola avatar

    Craigory Coppola

    Meet Craigory, a member on the Nx Core Team for the past two years and the innovator behind the .NET plugin for Nx. Residing in Kentucky, he contributes primarily to Nx's core and plugin support. When he's not immersed in code, Craigory engages in woodworking, electronics, gaming, and cherishes his role as a father. Join him as he explores the intricacies of the new project inference API in Nx, illuminating its flexibility and power.

  • Johanna Pearce avatar

    Johanna Pearce

    Johanna is a software architect, problem-solver and science groupie. She has a firm belief that people are always the most interesting component of any system, and a fascination with how we learn and why we often tend to guard too closely the information we acquire.

  • Michael Hladky avatar

    Michael Hladky

    Michael Hladky is a Google Developer Expert (GDE), Microsoft MVP, Nx Champion, trainer, and consultant with a focus on Angular and RxJS. For years he has been helping companies and developers to set up scalable architectures and performant processes enabling teams to keep up with state-of-the-art development. A vibrant member of the tech community, he organizes multiple community events and workshops each year to give back.

  • Adrian Baran avatar

    Adrian Baran

    Adrian is a Chicagoland-based Senior Software Engineer at Cisco who loves to focus on developer experience. He helped shape the Cisco CPX enterprise solution since first migrating it to an Nx monorepo and has been involved in most efforts around Nx utilization and DX, especially for linting and CI/CD. When he isn't dabbling with software, he's out hiking, training Muay Thai, or reading a novel by James Rollins.

  • You!

    You could be one of our next speakers! Join us by submitting a proposal.

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  • Hundreds of platform architects, managers and engineers from the world's top companies attending
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Share your monorepo knowledge with the world as a speaker at Monorepo World! Speakers receive free admission to the event, as well as travel and accommodation.


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Code of Conduct

Nx is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices.

We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter, and other online media.

Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.