San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2011
Austin Technology Council, along with Austin’s technology leaders, comes to California this week to recruit for dozens of technical positions, open and looking for immediate hire. 30 Austin hot-shot technology companies will be represented, most by their CEOs, in San Francisco Tuesday, September 13 and Sunnyvale Wednesday, September 14.
The events will focus primarily on hiring technical talent, with many job opportunities for programmers, developers, coders and engineers, especially in specialized areas like Java, Linux, Rails, Cassandra, PHP, Apache, Hadoop, etc. Both nights are completely free, and will feature Austin-inspired food and drink - think Shiner Bock, BBQ sliders, and tacos. One attendee each night will win a full package to SXSW 2012 – pass, lodging, travel.
Event details and registration links for candidate attendees:
- Tuesday, September 13, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m., The Mighty, 119 Utah Street, San Francisco: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1908395061
- Wednesday, September 14, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m., Plug & Play, 440 North Wolfe Road, Sunnyvale: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2025094111
Some Austin companies confirmed for the events include: Affinegy, Bancvue, Bazaarvoice, CacheIQ, Catapult, Calxeda, Collider Media, Creditcards.com, Gazzang, Gowalla, Homeaway, Ihiji, Less Networks, Mutual Mobile, Phunware, Rally, Ravel, SailPoint, Spiceworks, Spredfast, uShip, Vast and Whaleshark.
Austin Technology Council welcomes press to attend either or both events, and is happy to speak further or set up conversations with participating Austin CEOs, before or during the events. Advance registration is required for attendees who are encouraged to sign up at the Event Brite links above. For Twitter engagement about the events, please use #ATXgrow.
About the Austin Technology Council:
With more than 5,000 members and friends, serving more than 850 C-level executive members, and supporting 200-plus member companies, the Austin Technology Council (ATC) has been focused on the growth and success of the Austin tech community since 1994. Members reap the benefits of premier professional development; insight and feedback from peers; the best in industry data to help grow businesses; and opportunities to give back to the Austin community through charitable initiatives. Current ATC board members are leaders at companies or organizations like Austin Technology Incubator, CacheIQ, Gazzang, IBM, PeopleAdmin, Samsung, Silicon Labs, Spinal Restoration, Tokyo Electron America and Vinson & Elkins. More on ATC can be found at: http://www.austintechnologycouncil.org or @ATCouncil on Twitter.