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Whether you are scaling a team, coaching and developing your reports, or trying to stay ahead of the latest tech developments – you’re constantly juggling priorities while making business-critical decisions and releasing high-quality products.
Lead Dev San Francisco is a two-day conference packed full of inspirational and practical sessions from the world’s top technical leaders, focussed around three core themes: teams, tech and tools.
You could be a speaker! The Call for Proposals (CFP) is open till March 23: this is your chance to tell your story and share the stage with some of the big names in engineering leadership including Nick Means, Tanya O’Reilly, Liz Fong-Jones, Lara Hogan and so many more! Read about our CFP process and what we offer confirmed speakers.
Let's engineer our future, together. Join the community on April 7 & 8 for a free online conference to discuss how to be the most effective engineering leader in these uncertain times.
Want to get a feel of what the conference is actually like? Look back at the highlights from our 2019 events in New York and London to get you excited for San Francisco 2020!
Hey look that's me! Speaking at the @theleaddev London was probably the best experience I ever had as a speaker. Such an great conference and one of the best run out there. I encourage everyone to apply! https://t.co/3wBRGj3zKT— Christian McCarrick (@cmccarrick) November 14, 2018
I highly, highly recommend @theleaddev conf:— Julia Grace (@jewelia) March 2, 2018
As a speaker I saw incredible behind-the-scenes execution (they are truly best in class at this).
As an attendee the content is on point: great mix of technical & leadership, most diverse speaker lineup I’ve seen!
thanks so much for having me @theleaddev !!— maude lemaire (@QcMaude) December 6, 2018
the best part of speaking is the audience and this was a lovely one ????
slides here: https://t.co/xsP9FZk8mR
shiny poo emoji: https://t.co/U1T98syRbR #LeadDevAustin #refactoring #shinypoo