Each year, 8,000+ developers, engineers, software architects, dev teams, managers, and executives from 70+ countries gather for DeveloperWeek (Feb 21–23, 2024, San Francisco Bay Area & Feb 27-29, 2024, Virtual) to discover the latest in developer technologies, languages, platforms, and tools.
DeveloperWeek 2024 is the largest developer conference & event series including the DeveloperWeek 2024 Conference & Expo, 1,000+ attendee hackathon, 800+ attendee tech hiring expo, and a series of workshops, technical talks, and keynotes.
This year, DeveloperWeek will have an expanded DevExec World, which is 2 days of roundtable talks, educational talks, and networking events for engineering managers, tech executives, and lead developers. Additionally, DeveloperWeek will be co-located with ProductWorld and CloudWorld.
DeveloperWeek puts the spotlight on new technologies. Companies that participated in past DeveloperWeek events include Google, Facebook, Yelp, Rackspace, IBM, Cloudera, Red Hat, Optimizely, SendGrid, Blackberry, Microsoft, Neo Technology, Eventbrite, Klout, Built.io, Ripple, GNIP, Tagged, HackReactor, and 30+ more here!
Attend 250+ workshops, bootcamps, panel talks, and keynotes covering all new dev technologies.
Get in front of 1,000+ hirabel developers, engineers and designers at the largest dev tech hiring expo.
Join a team or sponsor the hackathon where hundreds of developers will build web and mobile apps that solve real-world crowd-voted challenges!
Co-founder & CEO
Geoff Domoracki is the co-founder and CEO of DevNetwork, producers of technology conferences including DeveloperWeek, API World, and ProductWorld. A philosophy major turned tech entrepreneur, Geoff lives in the cross-section of philosophy and technology. Geoff was formerly the co-founder of Techweek, the leading Midwest startup & technology conference, as well as a consultant for investment firms such as Lightbank, the venture capital firm behind Groupon. He enjoys curating and moderating conference talks around systemic change, the API ecosystem, democratizing data, and thinking of the web as an open database or “read-write web”. In his spare time, he’s usually training for an Ironman triathlon, practicing Jeet Kune Do, or reading Integral Theory.
Jonathan Pasky is the co-founder of DevNetwork. He is also the co-founder of Techweek and a patent attorney and principal at Pasky IP, a boutique intellectual property law firm. Previously, he was Chief Legal Officer at FanFound, a Chicago-based music startup. Jon is a mentor at Excelerate Labs, on the Board of Directors of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, and has served as a judge for numerous competitions, including SeedCon (University of Chicago Booth School of Business) and the City of Chicago’s Small Business Competiton. Additionally, he has served as a guest lecturer at DePaul University. Jon delivers legal and business development expertise to clients and teams, bringing insight to startup strategy regarding innovation and technology.
Event Operations Manager
Emily is the Event Operations Manager at DevNetwork. She is responsible for providing support to all speakers, sponsors and exhibitors. Prior to joining DevNetwork, Emily worked as the Marketing Coordinator for the El Dorado Hills Town Center, where she planned large community events and provided local business owners with marketing services. Emily graduated from Sonoma State University in 2014 with a B.A in Communication Studies with an emphasis on writing and Public Relations. As a Bay Area native, Emily is excited to return to the Bay Area’s tech industry, where she previously worked with Antenna Group, a tech and energy Public Relations Firm in San Francisco.
Haley is originally from the Pacific Northwest. In 2016, she decided to leave her hometown for the Bay Area, which she is lucky to call home now. She is responsible for providing support to all sponsors, speakers and exhibitors. Prior to joining DevNetwork, Haley worked at a non-profit organization for 4+ years, where she planned a range of events and provided support to speakers and exhibitors. In her spare time, she enjoys discovering new Bay Area restaurants and relaxing by her backyard garden.
Robert is a Bay Area transplant from North Carolina. He moved to San Francisco in 2012 and is grateful to still be able to call San Francisco his home. Since, he’s worked in Business Development at various start-ups in San Francisco, including Trulia (acquired by Zillow in 2015), and VerticalResponse (acquired by Deluxe Corp) in 2014. Robert also spent time in sponsor sales at a conference company, who’s portfolio includes Black Hat, Interop, Game Developers Conference (GDC), InformationWeek and HDI. Robert is a technology enthusiast and customer evangelist. He graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a B.S. Degree in Finance. On his time off, he enjoys running the endless amount of trails in Marin County, travelling, and riding his motorcycle up Highway 1.
Jeanavive works on the business development team of DevNetwork, with a focus on growth and expansion into new industries and audiences. A Bay Area California Native, she is well connected to the pulse of San Francisco and always has been an early tech adopter. She is creative, enthusiastic, and motivated to help companies with their Lead Gen goals. She lives in a Bay Area waterfront country town and enjoys long walks and drives in her vintage car on the weekends.