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Alexa, what can we build with you?

The team behind Amazon's voice interface is teaming up with Voicehacks for this two day event. Free tickets to the first 100 attendees.

Voicehacks presents Alexa Skills Tour Photo via Twitter

Now that we all know how to keep Amazon’s Alexa software from accidentally ordering dollhouses and cookies, the online powerhouse is teaming up with Voicehacks to show the country how Alexa can help propel businesses forward. From , the Alexa Skills Tour will stop in Capital One Labs in Arlington, Va., for skill building sessions, workshops and demos.

And you don’t want to wait on getting your tickets—because the first 100 participants to sign up get in free!

Currently, the speakers lined up include:

  • Robert McCauley, Alexa Solutions Architect
  • Paul Cutsinger, Head of Amazon Alexa Code Labs
  • Adam Long, VP of Product Management at Automated Insights
  • John Hegele, Senior Integration Engineer at Automated Insights.

But there’s room for more. In fact, the Skills Tour is looking for more talent to join their lineup.

For more information about pitching a demo or talk and the conference in general, click the button below.

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