Do you think the folks in San Francisco get tired of developers? I mean really, Apps World just ended, the Game Developers Conference is just around the corner, so is Microsoft Build, Apple’s WWDC, and on and on!
This week, the hits just keep coming with the arrival of the Developer Week 2014 Conference
running this week through Friday. Of course, the event is centered around developers and the organizers have divided it into three categories: Headquarter Activities, Dev University, and Week Activities.
Headquarters Activities - At the center of DeveloperWeek is the main stage and expo where 2,000 developers, executives, and entrepreneurs can converge around keynote talks and one of San Francisco’s largest exhibitions of developer tools.
Dev University - Where newbies or developer veterans can learn the newest programming languages and best practices in development.
Week Activities - Includes a hackathon, scholarships, product challenges, and other challenge tracks giving developers the chance to build apps, startups, or product features and get in on an available pool of $100,000 in cash and prizes. Other city-wide activities include tech startup open houses, interactive hiring mixer activities, and week-long summits, meetups, and parties.
Check it out for yourself at the link below.Read more: http://developerweek.com/
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