The DIW16 Dev Conference will provide opportunities for beginner and experienced developers alike. Start the day with beginner workshops during Dev Intro Workshops. Participate in a 2 1/2 hour class taught by experts and get familiar with some of the most sought out programming languages and dev skills. Afterwards, participate in Dev Talks which will bring together high-level developers from local businesses to share examples and demos of projects their working on and the innovative tools they're using to solve problems.
Track Day Events
Whether you're new to programming or wanting to sharpen your skills, the Dev Intro Workshops are perfect for you. Workshops will be focused around today's most used languages and programs.Tuesday, November 15, 8:30am–12:00pm
Join us for an afternoon of high-level dev talks focused around problem solving and innovative solutions. You'll hear from over 10+ dev experts talking about real world scenarios and the tools they're using.Tuesday, November 15, 12:00pm–4:30pm
Network with the local Dev community and enjoy some complimentary drinks and snacks!Tuesday, November 15, 5:00pm–7:00pm
Senior electrical engineering major at the University of Delaware. Previously a co-founder of The Practice Set where he developed a fully functional e-commerce website.
Froilan Miranda has been a software and web applications developer for over 15 years. The focus of his career has been in creating interactive user experiences for a variety of industries including, but not exclusive to video gaming, and pharmaceutical industries.
Chris Hoffman is an engineer at Chatham Financial and contributor to several open source projects including Ansible and Hashicorp’s Vault. He currently focuses on advancing Chatham’s platform by integrating open source technologies and promoting DevOps practices. Chris has also helped to build…
Mark Llobrera is a technical director for Bluecadet in Philadelphia, where he helps the team create everything from responsive websites to touchscreen applications. His eldest daughter describes his work as “fixing the little broken things so that they don’t become big broken things."
Shilpa Jindal is a Software Developer by heart. She fell in love with coding in the eighth grade when she wrote her first computer program in Basic language. It was quite similar to her favorite subject math, and she decided to major in Computer Science in High School, Grad College and followed this…