About EmberCamp London

EmberCamp London aims to bring top Ember talent and content to the UK. We'll gather 150+ of top local and international developers, for a full day of Ember talks and great company.


Leah, Jamie and Crystal are working together both abroad, and on the ground in London. Leah and Jamie will both be on-site at EmberCamp (with Jamie Emceeing); do say hullo!

Code of Conduct

EmberCamp London won't tolerate harrassment of any kind. We’re committed to being an inclusive, welcoming conference for everyone. Anyone asked to stop any harassing behavior is expected to comply immediately. We reserve the right to warn or expel offenders from the conference with no refund, and to bar them from future participation, both speaking and attendance. If you are being harassed, see someone else being harassed, or have any other concerns while at the event, please tell a staff member immediately.

Read through the Ember.js Project Community Guidelines for a more detailed overview of the intent and goals of the Ember community at large.

Staying in London

For ground transportation, in addition to hailing cabs, Uber is a great option. Use this link or promo code ​uberTechConf​ to save up to $20 off your first ride.

There's no reserved hotel block for EmberCamp, but there are a number of affordable and pricey hotels nearby, and AirBnb is a great option too. Some of the hotels we've been recommended:

Ace Hotel ($$)

The Ace Hotel is painfully trendy, but in a well executed fashion :p It's about a 15 minute walk from the venue, and many of our speakers and staff will be staying here. The neighborhood it's in is also trendy, in a fun-for-tourists kind of way.

South Place Hotel ($$$)

The South Place hotel is closest to the venue, just across a block or so. The folks at Skills Matter recommend staying here if it's in your budget, and the website photos do indeed make it look lovely.