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Learn from the pros on May 10 and leave with new skills, new friends and maybe even a new job during Philly Tech Week 2023.

A session from the 2019 Developers Conference. (Photo by Sam Markowitz)

This editorial article is a part of How to Get a Tech Job Month of’s editorial calendar.

Whether you are a technologist looking to sharpen your current skillset, or inquisitive about learning a new one, you’ll definitely want to come to this year’s Developers Conference, returning on Wednesday, May 10 as part of Philly Tech Week 2023 presented by Comcast.

Join in on the opportunity to hear industry leaders discuss topics such as how to accelerate while managing risk, how to be a more effective engineer during rapid growth, how to cure imposter syndrome and more. You’ll even get the chance to build a text-based AI-powered chatbot that can answer questions and engage in conversation.

Located at the offices of HealthVerity, a healthtech company with 250 employees and a dynamite view, the eventful afternoon will close out with the return of’s Super Meetup, a networking happy hour where tech professionals can meet while grabbing some quick bites and drinks.

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Event sponsors:

Meetups participating in our Super Meetup:

Be prepared and ready to broaden and deepen your technical skills, and leave feeling fueled with new ideas, connections, knowledge and inspiration.

And don’t forget to use the code “thxphila” to get in free, courtesy of the Most Diverse Tech Hub initiative from Philadelphia’s Department of Commerce.

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Companies: International SOS / CubeSmart / M&T Bank / Wawa / Vanguard / Crossbeam / HealthVerity / Comcast / Temple University
Series: How to Get a Tech Job Month 2023 / PHL: Most Diverse Tech Hub

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