Frontend, backend, UI, QE, Dev. (etc). Salesforce wants you; don’t let ‘em down. See the instructions for free tickets (Must apply by Tues. Sept. 16th!).
By Jessica Schimm (Digital Audience Engagement Lead, Women 2.0)
Software developers, guess what? Salesforce likes you. A lot.
So much so, they want to give you free tickets to our upcoming HowTo Conference! High fives.
We have some excellent sessions for those on the technical side at HowTo, including talks from the VP of Data at Jawbone, the former Director of Engineering at Facebook, talks on data science and additionally, our conference will be packed with founders and those from tech giants looking to scoop up new developers and even CTOs.
Haven’t checked our conference page in a while? Here’s some of the highlights:
Jocelyn Goldfein (Former Director of Engineering at Facebook)
Talk: How to Build Data Products for Data Natives
Yoky Matsuoka (VP of Technology at Nest Labs - acq. by Google)
Talk: How to Design Scalable Products People Love
Monica Rogati (VP of Data at Jawbone)
Talk: How to Transition Your Engineering Team from Product Discovery to Product Delivery
Kathy Savitt (CMO, Yahoo!)
Talk: How to THRIVE in Entrepreneurship, Business and Life
see our complete agenda.
register for mentorship when you sign up and getexclusive lunchtime mentoring with investors and founders.
*Our PITCH Competition
of the newest and most promising female-founded technology companies.
with engineers, designers, marketers and executives from big tech giants and founders from up-and-coming startups. Relax and get creative over libations.
Excited? Here is the next step:
Yes, all you technical folks (women + men), apply, by filling out this form by next Tuesday, Sept. 16th.
Work on backend? Apply.
QA? ...Dev? Apply by Sept. 16th!
Don’t think your company will let you go? Let us know - we can provide you with a letter letting them know why you should attend. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the author: Jessica Schimm (@JessicaSchimm) works on all things digital at Women 2.0. Before joining Women 2.0 she earned her BA in journalism, interned at SF's premier culture magazine 7x7 and was the editor-in-chief of Her Campus San Francisco. She likes to dance-walk home after work.