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This Week in Jobs Pittsburgh: A virtual event we can get behind

Check out Technical.ly’s annual Developers Conference.

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After a year of technical difficulty on Zoom calls, virtual happy hours, and live video feeds, here’s a virtual event we’re actually excited for.

Join Technical.ly next Tuesday, May 11 for our annual Developers Conference. A part of Philly Tech Week 2021 presented by Comcast, the event’s gone virtual this year. Log on from the comfort of your home office (or couch) for a day of serious case studies on technical deployments.

This year’s conference follows three themes: Experimentation, Growth, and At Scale. Drop-in for one of the eight presentations, or stay for the whole event, including networking and a career fair for those seeking a new technical role. See a rundown of who’s presenting and their session topics here.

Register for free today to sharpen your skills and explore new opportunities. You’ll also be able to chat with folks from the following hiring companies:

Isn’t it about time to learn something new? Enjoy the conference, and we’ll see you again next week for our regularly scheduled programming.

If you want to check on new jobs in the mid-Atlantic region, go ahead and sift through Technical.ly’s jobs board any time.

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