21 February 2017
Looking for the slides from The Lead Developer New York 2017? We’re gathering them here as the speakers share them. Check back soon for more!
25 November 2016
Monika Piotrowicz is Director of Front-end Development at Shopify. As an experienced tech lead her talk at The Lead Developer 2016 focuses on raising and managing new leads successfully. Monika suggests that the busy person’s tendency to be reactive can hold leaders back. As such, she provides some tips on being proactive – and how this can benefit you and your team of developers.
23 October 2016
If you’re keen to attend The Lead Developer New York but you need a little bit of help persuading the budget holder, we’ve got you covered! We’ve put together a super concise presentation that’s easy on the eye, so you can download it as a PDF and email or print it off in support of your request to attend. Download it and and show it to your manager.
22 October 2016
At The Lead Developer UK 2016, Heidi Waterhouse shared her key considerations for early-stage development in what she refers to as the ‘Seven righteous fights’. This post outlines the key elements of a project that, if not implemented or fixed at the beginning, will cost you dearly further down the road.
19 October 2016
We’d love for everyone to be able to attend The Lead Developer New York 2017, but we know that some people’s personal or financial circumstances will make this difficult, which is why we’re setting aside a number of free tickets as part of our scholarship scheme. The scheme is open for all to apply to, and chosen applicants will receive access to all content, food, drink and all the extras. In some special cases, we are able to cover travel and accommodation.
05 October 2016
Looking to book your accommodation for The Lead Developer New York? We are holding a limited number of rooms at hotels close to the venue. Rates are subject to availability so early booking is advised.
If you’d like to get involved in supporting The Lead Developer New York, please request a sponsor pack.