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The New York CTO Connection/Nasdaq Startup CTO Summit is back! Use CTOvision discount code

Bob Gourley

On Tuesday November 1st at Nasdaq Marketsite in Times Square CTO Connection is hosting the New York Startup CTO Summit (15th event globally in the last 2 years). If you're technical and manage developers, this exclusive, intimate (<200 attendees) event is the perfect chance to connect with and learn from your peers.

Thoughtful presentations on building and managing engineering teams from senior engineering leaders at MongoDB, Birchbox, Invision, Shopify, Blue Apron, x.ai, Artsy, Betterment, Simple and Albert Wenger from Union Square Ventures on "some questions about the future of code". And the attendees are usually as or more impressive than the speakers!

Much more info available at https://www.ticketbase.com/events/2016-new-york-nasdaq-cto-summit - use discount code of ctovision  to get 40% off any tickets! Early bird ends next week, so sign up soon!

As a reminder, the CTO summits are single day day, single track events where engineering leaders come to connect with and learn from their peers.

Consider this great lineup of talks:
8.00am Registration/Breakfast
8.45am Kickoff by host - Peter Bell, founder, CTO Connection/cofounder CTO School
8.50am Welcome to the Nasdaq - tbd, Nasdaq
9.00am Eliot Horowitz, CTO, MongoDB - Coding Time for Managers
9.20am Liz Crawford, ex-CTO, Birchbox - How to Build a Product Team
9.40am Bjorn Freeman-Benson, CTO, Invision - The Engineering Ladder That’s More Than Just HR Stuff
10.00am Jean-Michel Lemieux, SVP Engineering, Shopify - Post Traumatic Agile Syndrome
10.20am BREAK
10.40am Ilia Papas, CTO/Founder, Blue Apron - Recruiting Talent for a "Non-Tech Company"
11.00am Jeff Smith, Data Eng Team Lead, x.ai - Bringing Data Scientists and Engineers Together
11.20am Daniel Doubrovkine, CTO, Artsy - Inspiring Team Leads to Give Away Their Legos
11.40am Johnny Austin, Director of Technology, ISL - Diversity as a Means to Profitability
12.00pm LUNCH
12.20pm Debbie Madden, CEO, Stride - The Top 5 Secrets to Stop Engineering & Product Inter-Team Communication Breakdown
1.20pm Will Ballard, CTO, Gerson Lehrman Group - Real Engineering Value Metrics
1.40pm Phillip Liu, CTO/Co-founder, SignalFx - Removing Engineering Friction: Creating an Evolutionary Approaches to Solving Problems
2.00pm Adam Jonas, MD of Engineering, Flatiron School - Real Talk about Firing People
2.20pm BREAK
2.40pm Dustin Lucien, COO (ex-CTO), Betterment - Nimble Project Planning and Execution
3.00pm Andrea Goulet, CEO, Corgibytes - Makers vs. Menders
3.20pm Damion Hänkejh, CTO/Founder, Ingk - The Jeopardies of Cognitive Computing
3.40pm Griffin Caprio, Dir Eng, Enova - Engineering at Scale: Running a 100+ person team
4.00pm BREAK
4.20pm Jeff Casimir, Executive Director, The Turing School of Software and Design - New Ideas on Compensation
4.50pm Will Maier, VP Eng, Simple - You Should Build Distributed Teams
5.10pm Lisa van Gelder, VP Eng, Stride - Burnout Isn't Just Overwork
5.30pm Albert Wenger, Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures - Some Questions about the Future of Code
6.00pm Closing
6.10pm Networking and Drinks
7.30pm End of Event

More information here - https://www.ticketbase.com/events/2016-new-york-nasdaq-cto-summit

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Bob Gourley writes on enterprise IT. He is a founder of Crucial Point and publisher of CTOvision.com