As we approach the home stretch to FinDEVr New York, time is running out to trade up. Join the major leagues today and you’ll add your name to a roster of hundreds of talented professionals — CTOs, software architects, VPs of engineering, product managers, and more. Plus you’ll see for yourself what the fanfare is about:
- The high-paced development grind lends itself to a certain amount of technical tunnel vision. FinDEVr is a great way to force us to poke our heads up, take stock of our colleagues’ latest efforts, and discover new ways to collaborate. Bill Dwight, CEO & Founder, FamZoo.com
- At FinDEVr, I saw the inertia in our industry starting to give way. I was part of the developer renaissance that I wanted to see. Loren Paulsen, Software Development Manager, Maps Credit Union
- FinDEVr brings together the brightest technical minds and products in the fintech space for a highly collaborative event. If you are in the fintech space, then you should attend FinDEVr. Ken Maier, CTO, Epic Loan Systems
The event kicks off at 9:30AM on both March 21 & 22 (breakfast is available the hour before). 15-minute TED-style presentations with short Q&A sessions run throughout the day, and the longer networking happy hour gives attendees the chance to dive deeper into the content seen on stage.
Breakfast, coffee breaks, lunch, and appetizers and an open bar are included. And no game is complete without popcorn and beer.
Tuesday, March 21
Wednesday, March 22
FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with American Banker, BayPay Forum, BiometricUpdate.com, Breaking Banks, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Celent, CIOReview, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, CooperPress, Distributed, Economic Journal, Empire Startups, Femtech Leaders, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Level39, Mercator Advisory Group, The Paypers, Plug and Play Tech Center, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.