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Developer Week NYC | June 19-21, 2017

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Be our guest! It's like getting $249 for free. 

Accelerance has 50 FREE Open Passes to give away to tech leaders (must be CTOs, CDOs, Product, and Engineering leaders or similar role to qualify.) If you'd like to attend, just fill out the form and we'll send the promo code. You'll have access to: 

  • City-wide partner events
  • Open Talks
  • Online networking app
  • Mentorship mixers
  • Keynote speakers
  • 2-day Expo Hall

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Win prizes from accelerance at DevWeek NYC

Join Beta and Win a DJI Spark Drone

Visit us at Booth #102 and ask for your invitation to the brand new Accelerance platform ready for Beta users. 

Beta participants are eligible to win a DJI Spark Drone - a $499 value!

Wine and dine with Accelerance

Bites and Brews

For the serious software leader looking to learn more about Accelerance, our Prime service or our pre-vetted global teams, schedule an appointment during the conference. Fill out the form and we'll set up a time to chat during Dev Week NYC. If you've got time for a bite or a brew (coffee, beer, or your choice), we're happy to treat!

Accelerance CEO and Founder Steve Mezak


Steve Mezak, CEO and Founder is featured as one of the Developer Week NYC speakers on the OpenTalk stage.

Wednesday, June 21 at 2p on Expo Stage A

Software outsourcing is a way to address the developer talent shortage and a shortcut to building a development team. This talk tells the story of managing a year-long personal journey to develop a two-sided online business platform, using an outsourced software design and development team. Steve Mezak is the founder and CEO of Accelerance, Inc., co-author of Outsource or Else, author of Software Without Borders and a Forbes and CIO columnist. As a software expert who knows a lot about outsourcing, Mezak still encountered numerous missteps and mistakes on his own software outsourcing journey. In fact, he selected the "wrong" software provider...twice. Learn why, how he handled it and the inevitable "course corrections" along the way – to fix a bad user interface, major security flaws and to adopt a DevOps approach. Discover how to select and manage an outsourced development team, including which parts are easier and which are more difficult than managing your own internal team. Walk away with the knowledge of what to look for and what to avoid when outsourcing software development.


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