Building Connecticut’s Tech Talent Pool
“This is exactly the type of conference I encourage our developers at Starwood to attend,” noted Jeff Fox, Front End/Digital Experience Technology Leader at Starwood Hotels, “With the technical landscape changing so rapidly these days, it’s critical to stay on top of new technologies and emerging standards and that’s exactly what this conference will offer.”
Stamford Technology Week
And on the evening of Friday, September 16th, the 3rd annual Stamford Hackathon will begin, running through the weekend, including the new STEM Teams Hackathon that will include all of Stamford’s public high schools. The STEM Hackathon will be hosted by Stamford High School, and is expected to be among the largest high school hackathons in the region.
“The success of the first two Hackathons has again made it clear that our community has technical talent and a passion for new ideas,” said Barry Schwimmer, founder and Managing Partner, Stamford Innovation Center. “We’re excited for Stamford Technology Week to bring together all elements of the community, celebrating our accomplishments and potential as a technology hub.”
How to Participate
About the Stamford Innovation Center:
The Stamford Innovation Center supports and encourages the growth of a vibrant tech and startup economy in the Fairfield County region. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, investor, freelancer, or programmer, the Stamford Innovation Center will help make your vision a reality with startup-focused events, classes and programming.