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Grace Hopper
1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010
George R. Brown Convention Center

GHC is the world’s largest technical conference for women in computing.

Every year, women technologists and the best minds in computing convene to highlight the contributions of women to computing. The Anita Borg Institute co-presents GHC with the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).

The conference results in collaborative proposals, networking and mentoring for our attendees. Conference presenters are leaders in their respective fields, representing industry, academia and government. The conference also offers professional development through a variety of activities.


GHC 15, held in Houston, Texas, hosted almost 12,000 attendees from 63 countries, with over 1,300 companies. GHC 15 had a 50% increase in attendees from 2014 and we expect it to grow to 15,000 attendees in 2016. GHC 15 had over 200 sessions and nearly 700 speakers as well as a career fair with over 200 booths. 95% of respondents rated the overall quality of GHC 15 as Excellent or Good and 90% felt inspired about future career opportunities after attending. Click here for a detailed report.



EuroSTAR 2016

EuroSTAR is an all-inclusive community where European software testers can collaboratively work towards evolving their profession while fulfilling their professional potential. EuroSTAR welcomes testers through a thriving annual conference and online platform called Huddle.

Agile Development East Conference
1751 Hotel Plaza Blvd, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista

The Agile Development Conference is for anyone investigating or implementing agile development practices, processes, technologies, and leadership principles. Your registration includes full access to the Better Software Conference.

IoT Dev + Test 2017
400 West Broadway, San Diego, CA, US
The Westin San Diego

The Internet of Things is already changing and transforming the world we live in, and it’s hard to overestimate its potential future impact. It is estimated that by 2020, there will be nearly 50 billion connected devices. The IoT is a complex structure of hardware, sensors, applications, and devices that need to communicate. User tasks will span devices, interaction standards, and contexts of use. All of this functionality and complexity will present multiple challenges for those developing, designing, and testing for the Internet of Things. But as companies build more and more connected products, there will also be an unprecedented demand for developers and testers who understand these new technologies and can design, develop, and test these systems and devices. Join us to learn about the challenges of this transformative technology. Hear from industry experts and companies who have already gone first and learn from their success and failures. Position yourself and your company to be a part of this revolution.

STAREAST Conference 2017
9840 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819
Rosen Center Hotel

STAREAST (Software Testing Analysis & Review East) is the premier event for software testers and quality assurance professionals—covering all your testing needs with 100+ learning and networking opportunities.