From February 12 to February 16, Rootstack had the opportunity to be one of the 8,000 developers to attend the world’s largest developer expo, DeveloperWeek. This year, Diego Tejera and Alejandro Oses, our team’s CTO and CEO, had the chance of joining the community of developers and reaffirm Rootstack’s commitment to constant improvement, transparency, and client satisfaction.
From Beer and two tech talks: Demystify Git | Build Web Apps like it’s 2030 and Foreign Startups Network n Pitch to Design Talk Night - Human-Centered Learning Loops and the DeveloperWeek 2020 Hackathon our team had the opportunity to attend several networking events, talks, and events to discuss some of the industry’s most relevant topics. Aside from thought-provoking exchanges, Rootstack also received feedback from many other more established developers that we intend to implement in order to increase our capital and continue to constantly innovate our practices.
Technology trends like machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, biotech, and big data; highlighted the wide diversity of topics discussed during the conference.
Unlike similar events, DeveloperWeek proved to be the perfect event for companies that, like Rootstack, appeal to a variety of clients.
At Rootstack, our team of 50 people is constantly dealing with 5 types of clients: Start-ups, product companies, marketing agencies, software agencies, and final clients. We understand that innovation takes many forms and because of this, it was key for us to sponsor an event interested in reaching multiple audiences and discussing various topics. As our team members said, events like DeveloperWeek are crucial to the improvement and organic growth of companies. If, like us, you are a company that is truly committed to fostering change and innovation, it is conferences like DeveloperWeek that help you grow by assessing what the company is doing well and what should be improved according to your company culture.
DeveloperWeek proved to be a very positive experience for our company. Not only were the community exchanges very rich in their discussion and very in-line with the event’s culture, but the conference’s speakers and expo sponsors also proved to be nothing but top quality. Even though the event could have done slightly better job when it came to their night events and lunches offered, DeveloperWeek 2020 was a well organized high quality event that demanded nothing that same level of attention from all the companies involved. A learning experience in many ways.