Since our company’s inception, taking part in various tech conferences and expos have been core to who we are. From launching our company’s rebrand from APIvista at the 2019 RVAtech Data Summit to launching our latest market in Durham, North Carolina at All Things Open last fall, sponsoring and participating in these events has helped us foster deep relationships in the communities in which we operate and even find a few great new team members. This year – like most things in 2020 – things are a little different.
We’re forging ahead with plans to participate in two major conferences this fall. We’re sponsors of and participants in the 2020 All Things Open virtual event (normally held at the Raleigh Convention Center), as well as first-time sponsors of the Twilio SIGNAL conference normally held in San Francisco, California. Here’s a little more about our involvement and where you can find us – and our speakers – this fall.
Twilio SIGNAL – September 30 – October 1, 2020
Terazo is a first-time sponsor of the Twilio SIGNAL conference at the end of the month, September 30 – October 1. This annual conference, organized by leading cloud communications platform company Twilio, aims to bring together developers, product managers, executives, and others to build better customer communications and experiences.
There are a number of different conference tracks you can take advantage of, from those aimed at contact center managers and marketers to developers and those looking to increase diversity and create more equitable environments in their companies.
In addition to participating in this year’s virtual experience, our Chief Digital Officer Chris Busse will be speaking, giving a talk entitled, “APIs All The Way Down: Enterprise Application Modernization and the Twilio-powered Contact Center.” Chris’s talk is part of the free Explorer track, open to all.
Learn more about SIGNAL and register here.
All Things Open – October 19 – 20, 2020
Terazo will make its second annual appearance at All Things Open October 19 through 20. Best described as a polyglot technology conference, ATO focuses on the tools, processes, and people making open source tech possible. The conference typically draws a crowd of over 5,000 people from all over the southeastern United States and is expected to draw an even larger audience this year as a free virtual event.
With over 20 different program tracks, there is truly something for every role, niche, or interest among those in your company. More than just an annual conference, All Things Open is a nonprofit entity that builds community around the open-source tech community in the Raleigh-Durham area year-round by hosting meetups, talks, workshops, and more.
Learn more about All Things Open and register here.