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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Jun 28, 2012-|
Jun 29, 2012
09:00AM - 03:00PM
|Tech Career Expo and Dev Jam|
45+ Tech Employers Offering Hundreds of Jobs
The SF Bay Tech Career Expo & DevJam at the Moscone Center, held concurrent with and across from Google's sold-out developers conference, Google I/O, on June 28-29, is open to all tech professionals. The expo showcases jobs and careers at dozens of interactive companies from well-funded, early-stage start-ups to late-stage start-ups, established firms and public companies. Everyone from engineers, programmers and designers to marketers, sales and management personnel will have access to innovative tech career opportunities in a casual, creative atmosphere. Network with peers and engage with dynamic companies taking business and technology to the next level. Participating Organizations: PulsePoint, Big Fish Games, Visa, Inc., Quantcast, Lookout Mobile Security, Elance, Sony Network Entertainment International, TubeMogul, Inc., Microsoft Interactive Entertainment, Activision / Beachead Studios, Amazon-Retail, Ask.com, AT&T, Box, Buddy Media, City of San Francisco, Dice.com, eBay Inc., Elemental Technologies, GigaOM, Groupon, Indigo Solutions, InMobi, Inc., IntApp, Justin.tv / TwitchTV, Lab126, Luna Data Solutions, Machine Zone, Netflix, Inc., NOOK, Barnes & Noble, Pivotal Labs, Proofpoint, Inc., Reddwerks Corporation, Robert Half Technology, Safeway, Salesforce.com, Samsung Mobile, sf.citi, SocialChorus, Storm8, StumbleUpon, TEKsystems, The Creative Group, The Federal Reserve Bank, TRUSTe, Walmart Global eCommerce and Zoosk.
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