DeveloperWeek 2018 is the world’s largest developer expo and conference series with over 8,000 participants across the DeveloperWeek 2018 Conference & Expo, the DeveloperWeek Hackathon, Official Hiring Mixer, andcity-wide partner events.
DeveloperWeek puts the spotlight on new dev technologies. Past event hosts and supporters of DeveloperWeek include Google, Oracle, Facebook, Yelp, Rackspace, IBM, Cloudera, Red Hat, Optimizely, SendGrid, Blackberry, Microsoft, Neo Technology, Eventbrite, Klout, Built.io, Ripple, GNIP, Tagged, HackReactor, and dozens more!
2018 Theme: The Industrial Revolution of Code
It’s not just tech companies who are re-positioning themselves as software-centric. Fortune 500 consumer brands, banks, traditional equipment manufacturers, and car makers are all pivoting away from being just a ‘Company’ to being a ‘Software Company’. In other words, coding and software innovation is not just for silicon valley – every corporation in america is joining the “Industrial Revolution of Code”. The more software and the cloud integrates with consumer goods, transportation, hardware, etc – the more we will see innovation move from ‘manufacturing’ to ‘coding’ – no matter the industry.
How you can get involved
Attend 200+ workshops, bootcamps, panel talks, and keynotes covering all new dev technologies.
Get in front of 1,000+ hirable developers, engineers, and designers and San Francisco’s largest tech hiring mixer.
Join a team or sponsor the hackathon where hundreds of developers will build web and mobile apps that solve real-world crowd-voted challenges!
Add your event to our DeveloperWeek 2018 calendar or talk to us about event marketing packages! Our 2017 partner events sold out, and we aim to include over 60 partner events in 2018! Contact us about hosting an event.
We sold out all expo tables at DeveloperWeek 2017, so contact us about our table / booth / lounge packages!
Many of sponsor packages include exhibiting, hosting an event, participating in our hackathon and our hiring mixer, and posting “challenges” to our dev audience.