Developerweek 2018

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#DEVWEEK 2018 -- The World's Largest Developer Expo & Conference Series

DeveloperWeek (#DEVWEEK 2018) is the world's largest professional developer expo and conference series with 8,000+ participants across: 10+ Conferences, Technical Workshops, 200+ Speakers, DevExec World - the Executive Summit, 90+ Exhibitors at the DEVWEEK 2018 Expo, the DEVWEEK Hackathon -- the Nation's Largest Challenge-Driven Hackathon (800+ hackers), Mentor Mixers, the Hiring Mixer, Area-Wide Partner Events and more.

DeveloperWeek 2018 Schedule

Hackathon | Feb 3-4, 2018 (Galvanize San Francisco)
Technical Workshops | Feb 5, 2018 (Oakland Convention Center)
Hiring Mixer | Feb 5, 2018 (Oakland Convention Center)
Conferences | Feb 5-7, 2018 (Oakland Convention Center)
Expo | Feb 6-7, 2018 (Oakland Convention Center)
Area-Wide Partner Events | Feb 3-7, 2018 (San Francisco, Oakland, Silicon Valley)

DeveloperWeek puts the spotlight on new dev technologies. Past event hosts, partners and supporters of DeveloperWeek include: Google, Oracle, Facebook, Yelp, Rackspace, IBM, Cloudera, Red Hat, Optimizely, SendGrid, Microsoft, Neo Technology,, Ripple, GNIP, Tagged, HackReactor and hundreds more.

DEVWEEK 2018 covers all new, emerging and popular dev technologies. Our conferences, workshops and events throughout the week invite you to get intro lessons -- and advanced tips and knowledge -- on technologies like Python, JavaScript, Java, Node, PHP, Go, R, Open Source, Artificial Intelligence Dev, Robotics Dev, Security, API/Microservices, Serverless Dev, Data Science, Dev Management, Machine Learning, Blockchain Dev, AR/VR Dev and more.

#DEVWEEK 2018: Building the Future

Tech companies aren't the only companies re-positioning as tech-centric. Fortune 500 consumer brands, financial institutions and manufacturers alike are pivoting away from simply being a 'company' to being a 'software/technology company'. Coding and engineering innovation is no longer only for Silicon Valley – every corporation in the world is joining the "industrial revolution" of code. The more software and the cloud integrate with consumer goods, transportation, hardware, etc – the more we will see innovation move from manufacturing to coding – no matter the industry – underscoring the power of developers in 2018 and beyond.

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