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About DeveloperWeek

DeveloperWeek 2016 is San Francisco’s largest one-week tech event series with over 60 week-long events including the DeveloperWeek 2016 Conference & Expo, Accelerate 2016 (1,000+ attendee hackathon) GirlDevWeek Events, Robotics Dev Summit, DevOps Summit, 1,000+ attendee tech hiring mixer, and 60+ city-wide workshops, open houses, drink-ups, across San Francisco!

DeveloperWeek puts the spotlight on new dev technologies. Event hosts and supporters of last year’s DeveloperWeek include GoogleFacebook,Yelp,RackspaceIBMClouderaRed HatOptimizelySendGridBlackberryMicrosoftNeo TechnologyEventbriteKloutBuilt.ioRippleGNIP,Tagged,HackReactor, and 30+ more here!

Because DeveloperWeek covers all new dev technologies, our conference and workshops invite you to get intro lessons (or advanced tips and tricks) on technologies like HTML 5, WebRTC, Full-Stack Javascript Development, Mobile Web Design, Node.js, Data Science, and Distributed Computing to name a few.

How you can get involved

LEARN: Attend 200+ workshops, bootcamps, panel talks, and keynotes covering all new dev technologies

HIRING: Get in front of 1,000+ hireable developers, engineers, and designers at San Francisco’s largest tech hiring mixer

HACK: Join a team or sponsor the hackathon where hundreds of developers will build web and mobile apps that solve real-world crowd-voted challenges!

HOST: Add your event to our DeveloperWeek 2016 calendar or talk to us about event marketing packages! Most of our 2015 partner events sold out, and we aim to include over 60 partner events in 2016! Contact us about hosting an event!

EXPO: We sold out all expo tables at DeveloperWeek 2015, so contact us about our table / booth / lounge packages!

SPEAK: We are accepting speaker proposals 

SPONSOR: Many of our sponsor packages include exhibiting, hosting an event, participating in our hackathon and our hiring mixer, and posting “challenges” to our dev audience. Contact us about our packages!