Do you have a tech project to share with the world?
Dataconomy has always been committed to bringing you freshest insights from the cutting edge of data-based technology. It was this commitment that led us to setting up the Data Natives conference in 2015- since then, we've given the floor to over 300 speakers, allowing them to spread their message to our community of over 60,000 data enthusiasts.
Now, we want to hear from you. This year, Data Natives will be held on November 22nd and 23rd in Berlin, and we want to give our community the chance to share the disruptive data projects with a captivated audience. Our Open Call for Speakers is now open- if you have a project worth knowing about, this is your chance to share it with the world.
We have an exciting message for all tech talent in our network. A partner of Dataconomy is building an in house team for a large digital transformation project. The partner is a modern, well known company in the travel/mobility space. The project is the new lighthouse initiative and will have large impact on both the company and millions of travellers.
They’re looking for back-end engineers, mobile front-end engineers, API back-end engineers, platform engineers, CPO & CTO. All roles are based in Berlin. If you’re keen on taking on an impactful project in an agile company, then sign up and we will set up an initial talk.
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