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DeveloperWeek Hosts 6-Day App Incubator and Educational Conference February 2-7

DeveloperWeek, brought to you by the creators of TechWeek, Data 2.0 Summit, and DataWeek debuts its’ first annual developer conference and incubator event in San Francisco February 2-7th. DeveloperWeek combines a 4-day general and advanced technical agenda set to have 200 speakers, 80 sessions and 1200+ participants. With a reputation for curating the most sophisticated high tech conversations, DeveloperWeek is a conference and festival organized by developers and tech startup founders.

“The theme of DeveloperWeek is The Art of the App,” said DeveloperWeek Founder and CEO, Geoff Domoracki. “DeveloperWeek was inspired by my own desire to answer what database language, coding language and framework, development platform, API or mashup, UX/UI philosophy is the best strategy for my app development.”

Developerweek’s top 3 next steps to get involved:

1) Vote in DeveloperWeek 2013 Best of Tech Awards. Voting is now open till January 7th! We have over 20 categories of awards ranging from Top Mobile Dev Technology to Top Big Data. The winner will receive free DeveloperWeek VIP passes and publicity for their award! Vote at http://www.developerweek.com/index/allreports.

2) DeveloperWeek’s sponsors are offering scholarships to the most impressive developer to attend and build. We will accept up to 25 developer teams for our DeveloperWeek Scholarship Program, allowing the top teams to receive free Passes to DeveloperWeek and a chance to pitch on Wednesday, February 6th to our investor judge panel. Apply at http://www.developerweek.com/index/scholarships.

3) Register for DeveloperWeek at http://www.developerweek.com/index/registration and get access to the 4-day conference including 20+ technical workshops on building your first web / mobile app as well as 10+ events throughout the week.

“Since building my own app ideas inspired the creation of DeveloperWeek, I’m personally looking forward to throwing my hat into the competition and working on my idea during the event,” said Domoracki. “Don’t worry though, I did rig the competition so I can’t win at my own event!”

About DeveloperWeek

DeveloperWeek is the first annual 6 day incubator program and educational track for developers interested in taking a deep dive look at a programming language or vetting an application idea.

For more information, visit: www.developerweek.com

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