NYC CTO Summit†
At this exclusive, attendance limited, CTO focused event, join Mike Bryzek, CTO/Founder Gilt Groupe, Eliot Horowitz, CTO/Co-founder MongoDB, Ken Little, VP Eng. Tumblr, Lon Binder, CTO Warby Parker, Daniel Seltzer, ex-CTO of Amplify, Liz Crawford, CTO of BirchBox, Kurt Schrader, CTO Intent Media, Daniel Doubrovkine, Head of Engineering Art.sy, Matt Story, Director Axial, Pete Soderling, ex-CTO and Founder Hakka Labs, Evan Korth, Clinical Professor, NYU; co-founder, hackNY, and Venture Partner, Quotidian Ventures and Tim Berglund from GitHub.¬†¬†
If you run engineering for a startup (or would like to learn from people who do), join us on Thursday March 13th to learn how to do a better job of building and managing your engineering organization. Learn best practices from thought leaders and share your challenges and experiences with other top CTO¬ís. At the inaugural New York Startup CTO Summit, we¬íll be blending presentations, case studies and break out sessions with other funded startup CTO¬ís to focus on the hard parts of growing and managing an engineering team.
Whether you want to learn more about best practices, see relevant case studies or learn from and network with other fast growth startup CTO¬ís, invest a day by getting out of the office and working on how to improve your team and your results for the rest of the year. ¬†Unlike most conferences, this day will be focused on providing you with actionable ideas, advice and experiences that you can use immediately to better build and manage your engineering organization. It will also be an excellent chance to network with some of the top technology leaders in the city.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Mike Bryzek, CTO/Founder Gilt Groupe
- Eliot Horowitz, CTO/Co-founder MongoDB
- Ken Little, VP Eng. Tumblr
- Lon Binder, CTO Warby Parker
- Daniel Seltzer, ex-CTO of Amplify
- Liz Crawford, CTO of BirchBox
- Kurt Schrader, CTO Intent Media
- Daniel Doubrovkine, Head of Engineering Art.sy
- Matt Story, Director Axial
- Pete Soderling, ex-CTO and Founder Hakka Labs¬†
We will also have special presentations by Evan Korth,¬†Clinical Professor, NYU; co-founder, hackNY, and Venture Partner, Quotidian Ventures and Tim Berglund from GitHub.
When: March 13th from 9:00AM to 5:00PM with an open bar to follow.
Where: Serafina at 210 West 55th st. near Broadway.