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If you are technical and manage engineers, learn from and connect with your peers at the fourth annual San Francisco CTO Summit.
Whether you're an engineering manager, VPE or CTO, at this full day (8.30am-7pm), single track summit you'll learn the latest tricks other companies are using to successfully build and run engineering teams. It’s not hard to find a gathering of technologists debating front end frameworks, containerization or the relative benefits of Scala, Clojure and Go. Finding a group of geeks talking about the hard parts of building a successful engineering team is more challenging. Whether you want to hire smarter, refine your culture, improve your processes, manage more effectively or adopt better engineering practices or architectures, the CTO Summits are designed to help you to learn from top practitioners and to share experiences with your peers.
Attendance to the event is strictly limited to engineering leaders. No recruiters, non-technical co-founders or other business stakeholders will be allowed (we enforce this policy strictly and will refund tickets of anyone we can’t admit). That said, we’re not hung up on job titles. Some of our best attendees have titles like CEO or VP Product. As long as you can perform a technical code review, know how to submit a pull request and are interested in more effectively hiring, managing and organizing developers, we can’t wait to meet you!
Over the last two years we sold out the summit series and presented over 100 amazing talks from senior engineering leaders representing companies including Twitter, Stripe, Snapchat, Coinbase, Zenefits, Zendesk, Chef, GitHub, Atlassian, MongoDB, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Groupon, Tough Mudder, CustomInk, Spotify, Amazon, Condé Nast, Computech, comScore, Australia Post, Cisco and Oracle amongst many others. Tickets will sell out quickly, so get yours now!
This years summit include presentations from senior engineering leaders from Slack, Yahoo!, Uber, WeWork, InVision, Heroku, CircleCI, LaunchDarkly, RainforestQA, DailyDrip, BMC Software and more.
We're holding the event just off Market street at the Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102 http://www.hotelnikkosf.com/
This years presentations:
The Rise of our Robot Overlords
VP Engineering, WeWork
When Are You? Managing Engineering Across Multiple Time Zones
Startups, software development & the art of bicycle maintenance
The Awkward Adolescence of an Engineering Team
Former Engineering Director, Uber's Advanced Technologies Center
Building a Self-Driving Team
VP Engineering, Yahoo! Inc.
Getting acquired, lessons learned
The Twelve Factors of QA
Former Director of Engineering Slack
Tech and Inclusion. Why So Difficult?
Role-playing as a Tool in Hiring and Training Engineering Managers
Observability and the Glorious Future (and Inglorious Past)
Your Culture Story: How epic story telling during onboarding builds stronger culture than 'corporate values'
VP Engineering Heroku/Salesforce
Building Organizations that Scale
Your first five technical hires
CTO BMC Software
Moving to Micro-services - our experiences
Software Engineer, II Uber
Leveraging privilege to combat unconscious bias in the workplace
Sowmiya Chocka Narayanan
CTO Lily App
Embracing AI at a startup
CTO, Eloquent Labs
Small Data: practical machine learning for startups
From Web to Chatbots and Conversational UI: A Journey
CTB: Chief Technology Bot as Assistant for CTOs
SVP, Head of Technology and Engineering, Blurb
Re-architecture and Tech Debt: When do you take the leap to microservices?
Managing Director, Oxford Tech Consulting and The Concepts Lab
How to merge UX and Lean Market Tests with Software Development and Continuous Delivery
CTO, Layered Insight
Securing Containers for Startups