Our clients and partners Stack Overflow are hosting a week long series of events from Monday 25th April to Friday 29th April on diversity in tech and the importance of the developer role in an organisation.
We will be joining them on Monday 25th April through Friday 29th to look at diversity in the tech sector and the role of a developer in an organisation.
I’d like to invite you to have a look in particular at the events on Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th next week.
Tuesday 26th April
Take your business a step further. Develop cross-functional groups and build an autonomous engineering culture.
Headline Sponsor, ThoughtWorks
What can you expect?
The growing demand and limited supply of tech talent is placing immense pressure on organisations. In order to strengthen your business you need to structure your engineering teams and keep them engaged. We’ll host a panel discussion to look at why it's important to place developers at the core of your business.
Speakers include The Guardian, Lyst and Transferwise.
Wednesday 27th April
Discover why there is a problem getting women into tech leadership roles and find out the best practices your organisation can put in place to make a positive change. Headline Sponsor, ThoughtWorks
What can you expect?
It’s not news to anyone that there’s a shortage of women in tech. But why is it that women already in this industry struggle to reach a leadership position? We'll kick off the event with Meri Williams, Head of Engineering at M&S keynote presentation followed by a panel discussion with other leading figures in the tech world.
Speakers include TripAdvisor, Skyscanner and Code First: Girls.
If you’d like to join please feel free to email us at email@example.com or sign up online.
All of the events will be taking place at Stack Exchange, 2nd Floor, 168-172 Bentima House, Old Street, EC1V 9BP.
Follow #TTWLdn to keep up to date with the events that week @StackOverflow
About Stack Overflow
Stack Overflow is the leading destination site for all things developer. It is the go-to place for developers to ask and answer questions, and for recruiters to find the right technical talent and better understand the way developers work. It combines a vast Q&A platform with advanced hiring resources so employers can learn how to source the right candidates, improve their branding and better manage the recruitment process.
Founded in 2008 by Joel Spolsky and Jeff Atwood, Stack Overflow works to serve and enrich the developer community at large. With nearly 40 million monthly visitors and 10.2 million programming questions, it has unparalleled insights into how developers think, what matters to them and what gets them excited. For more information, visit: business.stackoverflow.com/careers/us/about-uk