Two-day event includes over 40 technical sessions;
DevReach 2018 will feature industry luminaries, including:
Richard Campbell, podcaster, speaker, author and founder of The Humanitarian Toolbox. Campbell is a well-known developer, consultant and advisor to a number of technology firms. He will deliver a keynote session on the perils and promise of artificial intelligence on Nov. 13. David Neal, developer advocate at Okta, is a seasoned software developer, expert and frequent industry speaker. His experience is focused on creating high-performance, scalable applications. Neal is a Microsoft MVP and his session called, “You Are Awesome,” will be on Nov. 14.
For a full speaker lineup, please go to https://devreach.com/.
DevReach 2018 will include a pre-conference day,
David Nealand Jim Holmeswill train DevReach attendees on how to become effective leaders and how to handle difficult situations. Through practical exercises and interactive discussions and lectures, attendees will learn how to better understand, embrace and articulate the importance of business value in the technology world.
- Encouraging women to learn to code:
The Vue Vixens workshop is dedicated
to women with no to little development experience who want to
learn to create websites and mobile apps with Vue.js, a popular
Jen Looper, senior developer advocate at Progress, and founder of Vue Vixens, a global community for women who want to learn Vue.js. Learn more about Vue Vixens at https://www.vuevixens.org/.
The ngGirls workshop is focused on
Angular, a technology created by
Progressexperts Stanimira Vlaeva, Zheyna Peleva and Vasil Chimev.
The Vue Vixens and ngGirls workshops are free. Registration and seats are limited.
“At Progress, we exist to enable developers to build amazing
applications easily and quickly. We care very deeply and invest heavily
in our developer communities, and this event is always such an
incredible experience,” said
DevReach is sponsored by
Kim Baker, +1 888-365-2779