More than 30 leading tech companies are recruiting top talent at the Tech Career Expo and DevJam, June 28–29 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Running concurrently with Google I/O, Google’s developer conference, Tech Career Expo provides employers the opportunity to recruit top talent and job seekers access to the most innovative technology opportunities in a casual and creative atmosphere.
Participating companies include PulsePoint, Big Fish Games, Microsoft Interactive Entertainment, Lookout Mobile Security, Activision, AT&T, Samsung Mobile, Saleforce.com, Groupon, StumbleUpon, Box, Dice.com, NOOK, Barnes & Noble, TwitchTV, Storm8, TRUSTe and dozens of others. Engineering teams from many of these companies will be on hand to chat with attendees and show off technology. More than 2,500 active and passive job seekers are expected to attend.
Experienced engineers, programmers and designers as well as marketers, sales and management personnel are encouraged to stop by. You can review the participating companies and visit the optional preregistration page.
Companies interested in participating at Tech Career Expo can visit http://techcareerexpo.com/employers/.
DevJam: 10 events, 2 days, 2,500 developers
Tech Career Expo also runs alongside DevJam, 10 distinct events over the course of two days that bring together tech companies, Bay Area meetups and developer user groups for a variety of sessions, talks, workshops and the opportunity to connect with other talented developers. DevJam is also an official Google I/O Extended location. Developers who could not score tickets to the sold-out Google I/O across the street can come and watch the highly anticipated technical sessions livestreamed.