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A free virtual event on April 7th, INTERACT will have over $30 billion in engineering wisdom on display - and DZone is a proud sponsor.
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When it comes to code, developers have the world at their fingertips. From Stack Overflow to Google, when we have a question about how to solve a programming problem, the answers are (hopefully) one click away.
When it comes to engineering leadership, that wisdom isn’t so accessible.
There’s no easy search to find out how other leaders are improving their team’s flow, how to give developers ownership while encouraging productivity or what new lessons are helping bring down cycle time and optimizing non-coding time.
The Dev Interrupted team and I created INTERACT as a regular pulse check for the best minds in engineering to come together and discuss what their companies are thinking about, investing in and – most of all – what lessons they’ve learned from their recent victories (and failures).
And like Google & Stack Overflow, we wanted to make INTERACT free to the people who need to hear it most.
A free virtual event on April 7th, INTERACT will have over $30 billion in engineering wisdom on display, with my friends and colleagues from Slack, Netflix, American Express, Stack Overflow, and many more taking time to speak about what’s moving the needle in their own lives.
To thank DZone for being such an amazing brain trust as well as sponsoring the event, we’re giving the DZone community first dibs on registering for INTERACT!
Not convinced? Have a look at the full lineup and let your team know you’re taking April 7th off.
STILL not convinced? Let me speak to you in the most powerful way possible. Memes…
Come to INTERACT With the Best Minds in Engineering…
If you lead a dev team (or plan to one day), there is no better ROI than spending time learning from people who are leading the world’s top companies. All you need to do is:
- Show up
See you there!
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