MARCH 25, 2017
The best opportunity to level up your development skills and prepare for an awesome job.
Join us for a full-day of workshops, panels, and hands-on experience with CTOs and Dev Teams from our city's fastest growing tech companies.
Learn the skills and resources you need to get hired & that you won't learn at University: version control, real-world team communication tools, maintenance protocols and practices.
Hear from Founders and top technical talent at local scaling companies. Past companies include Jobber, Granify, Drivewyze, gskinner, plus special guests from AirBnB and Apple!
Get details on how to get hired and be successful once you join a team!
Show don't tell! Recruiters demo exactly what startups are looking for when hiring for technical positions.
Inspired to start your own project or product? Connect with the Startup Edmonton team about programs and supports for students interested in entrepreneurship.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada | Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Avenue.
Your $35 ticket is all inclusive! MEALS + WORKSHOPS + JOB MIXER + SWAG
March 25, 2017 | Shaw Conference Centre
The Student Developer Conference is the best opportunity to level up your development skills and prepare for an awesome job in a scaling startup. Join us for a full-day of workshops, panels, and hands-on experience with CTOs and Dev Teams from our city's fastest growing companies.
Student DevCon is presented by Startup Edmonton. We're a campus and community hub connecting entrepreneurs and product builders with skills, community and space to support them as they take ideas to reality. Since 2009, we have created collisions – between developers, designers, makers, founders, investors and mentors – transforming ideas into tech-enabled products and companies.
We're here to help! We have programs, workshops, community events and mentorship to support you every step of the way.
Student DevCon is suitable for:
- Postsecondary students studying computing science and computer engineering.
- Students with proficiency in computer programming or IT.
- High school students with an interest in computing science are also encouraged to attend - Comp Sci 20 or 30 required.
*Please note: Valid Student I.D. will be requested at the registration desk. If you are not currently a student and interested in attending the program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.