June 15 - 19, 2024
TechLead Conference
Online

TechLead Conference 2024

Event about leadership and seniority

Full remote ticket included with Multipass.

TechLead Conference is an online event for middle and senior software developers to get knowledge of how to become a tech lead of a team, how to grow professionally. The conference will be held on June 15 & 19.

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Cozy Juicy Real
Jun 18, 14:00
Cozy Juicy Real
Workshop
Cozy Juicy Real
Cozy Juicy Real
Connect with others at Tech Lead in a way you’ve NEVER connected online before. Play Cozy Juicy Real – the board game with a very un-game-like purpose…
To kindle fun, authentic and connecting interactions. 
Cozy Juicy Real is played by teams at Google, Adobe and Zoom to connect communities and create stronger teams (reviews here). 
This event is themed around leadership - and you’ll get a chance to explore and expand your leadership strengths during the event. 
“Exceeded all my expectations - a wonderful game and experience.”Juliana Gioria, Miro
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From Engineer to Leader: A Workshop for First-Time Tech Leaders
Jun 21, 8:00
From Engineer to Leader: A Workshop for First-Time Tech Leaders
Workshop
Andrew Murphy
Andrew Murphy
Transitioning from an individual contributor role to a leadership position, especially in the fast-paced tech industry, is hugely challenging. Most new leaders don't receive any training at all in the first 10 years of their new responsibilities.Our comprehensive workshop is designed to assist new and emerging tech leaders in understanding their new roles and gaining the skills to make them confident, happy and effective leaders.
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Managers Are From Mars, Devs Are From Venus
Jun 24, 14:00
Managers Are From Mars, Devs Are From Venus
Workshop
Mo Khazali
Mo Khazali
A Developer’s Guide to Communicating, Convincing, and Collaborating Effectively With Stakeholders
It’s a tale as old as time - collaboration between developers and business stakeholders has long been a challenge, with a lack of clear communication often leaving both sides frustrated. The best developers can deeply understand their business counterparts’ needs, effectively communicate technical strategy without losing the non-technical crowd, and convince the business to make the right decisions. Working at a consultancy, I’ve both failed and succeeded in architecting and “selling” technical visions, learning many lessons along the way.Whether you work at a product company, are a consultant/freelancer, or want to venture beyond just being a developer, the ability to convince and clearly communicate with stakeholders can set you apart in the tech industry. This becomes even more important with the rise of GenAI and the increasingly competitive developer market, as problem-solving and effective communication are key to positioning yourself.In this workshop, I’ll share real-world examples, both good and bad, and guide you through putting the theory into practice through dojos.
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Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire: A Manager's Guide to Helping New Developers Thrive
Jun 27, 14:00
Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire: A Manager's Guide to Helping New Developers Thrive
Workshop
Andrew Coleburn
Andrew Coleburn
Onboarding to a new project can be difficult, no matter your background and experience. But it can be especially challenging for new developers straight out of school or a coding bootcamp. Drawing on personal experience as a bootcamp grad and JavaScript consultant, this talk will discuss tips and strategies for managers to help the new developers on their teams get their bearings in an unfamiliar codebase, so they can make more of an impact, faster!
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