A Great Event for a Great Cause-hack.summit() 2016

virtually, United States
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Kenan Salihbegovic
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Where
virtually
When
Feb 22–25
About the event

On February 22nd, hack.summit() 2016, the largest virtual event for developers ever created, will be kicking off their 2016 event. Featuring programming language creators, open‐source contributors, and thought leaders, hack.summit() will once again provide unprecedented access to keynote‐level speakers to more than 60,000 developers around the world.

Dozens of speakers will present about their experiences in the field, sharing insights and anecdotes to educate and inspire coders of all levels. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with a high-caliber roster of speakers, including:

  • David Heinemeier Hansson (creator of Ruby on Rails)

  • Joel Spolsky (Co-founder and CEO of StackOverflow, founder of Trello)

  • Thomas Kurian (EVP at Oracle. Oversees all 3000+ of Oracle software products).

They’ll also be raising money for great organizations like Code.org, Women Who Code, and CODE2040, so go ahead and join a great community for an incredible event and cause next month.

Register today with the code TOPTAL for free registration! The conference broadcasts live online February 22nd-25th, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. PST.

For questions regarding the event please contact Kenan Salihbegovic.

Location
live streaming, virtually, United States
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