REFACTOR: Serverless

Event is now postponed due to COVID 19 concerns, read on for more details

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COVID 19 Update

We've been listening to our community's concerns over the ongoing COVID 19 updates and many of our speakers & sponsors have expressed hesitation as well due to travel risks.

As an independent, volunteer driven community, in-person events represent a big and costly endeavour. We strive to create a friendly and educational spaces for our members to interact, share and learn, but given the health concerns, the potential downsides are not worth the risk.

With that in mind, We are cancelling all events until further notice. But fear not! the community connections and learning won't stop, as the conversations and community continues on our TechMasters Slack.

For any further inquiries, please feel free to drop us an email at

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New name, same great content

After our successful 2017 and 2018 "Functions Conference" events, we're back this year as REFACTOR: Serverless!

REFACTOR is a series of community-focused, single-track, one-day conferences. With the goal of fostering the community and helping all of us learn from each other as we embrace modern methods of building software, learn of emerging best practices, and address the pain points for startups and enterprise teams. REFACTOR will have something for everyone.

REFACTOR 2020: Serverless features a mix of industry-expert speakers with curated topics, and local speakers from the Toronto community sharing their experience and lessons in building serverless applications.

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Our focus is to provide valuable educational content, so we keep our costs low, and remain environmentally conscious by avoiding unnecessary expenses other conferences tend to focus on. This helps us lower our ticket pricing and makes the event accessible to everyone


All our events are run by local community organizers and volunteers, with the aim to represent the community and raise the profile of Toronto as THE capital for a sustainable tech community

Community focused

A percentage of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Venture Kids, a Canadian nonprofit dedicated to providing free, hands-on computer programming and startup workshops to youth in underserved urban and rural communities.

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