DeveloperWeek 2021: Dates, News, Rumors, and Everything Else to Know

One of the premier events for the brains behind the apps and tech you use

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DeveloperWeek is an event designed for—you guessed it—developers. Others in the technology industry also attend, such as engineers, software architects, and various executives. The event focuses on new tech trends and the languages, platforms, and tools used to build innovative solutions.

What Are the Dates for DeveloperWeek?

This year's event will be held February 17-19, 2021. It will be held virtually; more than 8,000 attendees are expected. Here are some key dates for the event:

February 8 - 19: Hackathon

February 17: Hiring Expo

February 17: Workshops

February 17 - 19: Conferences

February 18 - 19: Exposition

How To Register To Attend

There are multiple levels to register for at this event. Professional developers and engineers are given preference in some areas. Still, if you're willing to fork over a fairly large chunk of change, pretty much anyone can get the all-access pass.

Discover the levels and how to register for DeveloperWeek.

What Kinds of Topics are Covered at DeveloperWeek?

This is an event for true geeks, and almost nothing involving tech is off the table. This year, for example, AI & machine learning, blockchain development, sensors, wearables, architecture decision-making, and similar topics are included in DeveloperWeek's conference tracks.

Featured keynote speakers include Matthew Curtis of Roblox, PJ Hough of Citrix, Jeff Lawson and Jason Hudak of Twilio, and Emily Freeman of Microsoft.

The annual hackathon is expected to include more than 1,000 developers, and the hiring expo will involve more than 40 companies.

The Latest News About DeveloperWeek 2021

While you can always read the latest technology news on Lifewire, here are some pieces of interest involving DeveloperWeek in particular.

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