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Deep technical communities are rich with focused software conferences.
They’re often highly focused on specific languages or stages or approaches. But we try to do something a tad different during the Developers Conference that Technical.ly produces.
This year’s Developers Conference will be held during Philly Tech Week 2020 presented by Comcast on Monday, May 4 — for the first time at the Comcast Technology Center, on the gorgeous 17th floor.
Following the tradition of language, process and community-focused software conferences, the PTW Developers Conference features a cross-section of wide-ranging case studies. The goal is for software developers to dig into topics or approaches that they may or may not have as part of their daily output. Come for the session that can deepen your current work, and stay for the chance to learn a bit more about what you have only dabbled in.
Consider this the sampling menu for intellectually curious software leaders.
More than a dozen of the region’s fast-growing engineering teams will be on hand to talk about their culture, tech stacks and technical worldview. During the day, we’ll also have curated lunches and gatherings for more private opportunities to connect.
The PTW20 Dev Conference has three main parts:
- Morning workshops for hands-on exposure to trending languages
- Afternoon deep-dive case studies
- Happy hour
Thanks to our early sponsors that help make this all possible: Comcast, URBN, Vanguard, Ascensus, Azavea, Cadent, Cerner, Linode, Lutron, Pinnacle 21, Power Home Remodeling, PromptWorks, Vettery, TD Bank and more. A special thanks to Comcast LIFT Labs’ Technology Product and Experience teams for supporting Technical.ly Developers Conference.
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