What does great software engineering culture look like, and how have Kiwis done it?
Who this is for
Anyone who is curious about making tech industry a more welcoming and meaningful place.
Perhaps you lead a team. Perhaps you are wondering what kind of influence you can have as an individual contributor.
It doesn’t matter what your job title is — come along and learn from our amazing speakers and from other attendees!
Victoria University of Wellington
$110 early bird ticket closes 31st May 2023
$150 standard ticket closes 30th June 2023
Apply for Conference Attendance Award grant by InternetNZ, if you require financial assistance to attend.
NZ Tech Rally aims to become the ultimate community platform, where we discuss the hottest trends and biggest problems in NZ software engineering, and grow together.
For now... we're starting with a conference!
Adam Howard Engineering Manager Fostering a quality quality culture
Aleisha Amohia Koha Technical Lead @ Catalyst IT Communities, code, and Creative Commons
Allen Geer Cloud Platforms and Engineering Practice Lead @ Provoke One DevOps does not git all
Erica Anderson COO and Co-Founder @ SafeStack Including security in your engineering culture
Jade Thomas Engineering Manager Online Channels @ BNZ The fine line between chaos and order
Jenny Sahng Data & Founding team @ Multitudes Engineering metrics, minus the creepiness
Katrina Clokie CTO @ Fergus Kiwiana & Code: What is unique about engineering culture in Aotearoa New Zealand?
Mrinal Mukherjee Engineering Manager @ BNZ Nerd to being heard: Leadership without losing your inner geek
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