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First Bonus Session For Registered Attendees Announced!
GitKon is proud to announce the addition of Eric Amodio, creator of GitLens as a special bonus speaker for GitKon. This content will be released exclusively to GitKon registered attendees after the regular program concludes. Stick around until the end of the event for updates on this and some other surprises we have in store.
GitKon is happening on September 22 – 23, 2021, and we are thrilled to unveil the official GitKon schedule for 2021!
Get the most out of GitKon! We want to help everyone get the most out of this unique Git conference, so we’ve put together some thoughts on how you can best experience GitKon.
GitKon is coming up on September 22 – 23, 2021 and you are not going to want to miss these panel discussions!
We have 2 amazing panels for the first-ever GitKon. We brought together 5 Git experts to discuss “Git Tips And Tricks I Wish I Had Known Sooner” and are offering an exclusive “Q&A With The GitKraken Product Team.”
GitKon is coming up on September 22 – 23, 2021 and we’re bringing the heat with even more amazing speakers.
We could not be more excited to announce the next round of speakers, including Michelle Mannering from GitHub, Zoe Bachman from Codecademy, Facundo Giuliani from Storyblok, Jessi Shakarian from DIA Design Guild, and Johannes Schindelin maintainer of Git for Windows!
GitKon, a virtual Git conference, is coming up on September 22 – 23, 2021 and you’re going to want to reserve your seat when you hear about our awesome speaker lineup!
We are proud to announce our first round of speakers, including Leslie Chapman from Comcast, Brendan O’Leary from GitLab, Adam Culp from AWS, Kevin Owocki from GitCoin, Dylan Beattie creator of the Rockstar Programming Language, and Angel Rivera from CircleCI!
We’d like to welcome Matt Biilmann of Netlify as our first keynote speaker.
Prepare yourself…GitKon is coming.
Read more about this tech conference and why you should attend on the GitKraken blog.