If you’ve never been to SXSW in Austin, TX , it’s fully-loaded with interactive events, the arts including music and film, and educational sessions that can offer novel ideas and solutions for the community. This year was the first for CloudBees, and we certainly urge everyone to go if you have never been. The local food scene is to die for! This year, we are headed back and hope to explore several topics with attendees in the Interactive event including IoT and moral coding, how to win at hackathons, tips for mobile development, and considerations for continuous UX design. But in order for this to happen, we need your help! Starting today, the SXSW PanelPicker opens for the community to vote on their favorite session proposals for the upcoming 2016 SXSW event. Last year, our very own Nikhil Vaze and Prathap Dendi both had incredible experiences presenting their unique topics at SXSW – something they will never forget! Prathap in particular said, “I saw the role software is playing in replacing older processes with brand new ones and creating marketplaces.” This is just one reason why we are thrilled to revisit Austin once again and we hope your find our proposals this year even more stimulating and informative than last year.
Vote for our talks at SXSW:
“Ending Apathy: Moral Coding for the Unchained IoT” Presented by Prathap Dendi, GM of Ship.io. Learn more and vote at: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/46629
“10 Tips Web Developers Must Know About Mobile Apps” Presented by Nikhil Vaze, Software Engineer at CloudBees. Learn more and vote at: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/48245
Please go check out the submissions and if they interest you, send a vote our way. To do this, create an account (or log-in to a previous account) to the PanelPicker and hit they “thumbs-up” button between now and Friday, September 4, 2015! Thanks for all your support and best of luck to Nikhil, Prathap and Kai as the voting for SXSW 2016 is now open!
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