Top tech conferences: The ultimate tech events guide for October 2023
For better or worse, conferences appear to be back, so to help you work out what events to head to in 2023, TechRadar Pro has curated a list of the most important international technology events and conferences coming this year.
DevOps World Tour
September to November | multiple locations
Over the course of three months, the DevOps World team will be travelling around America, before making brief visits to Asia and the UK, to deliver sessions and talks from big names on the scene.
Why attend? This multi-national cluster of events promises hands-on workshops and networking opportunities like no other in the field of software development and operations.
October 16-20 | Dubai
The Middle East’s largest show in the technology industry brings together thought-leaders, creators, innovators and makers to discuss, debate and challenge new ideology, showcase new products and identify future opportunities.
Why attend? Showcasing the bleeding-edge of technological innovation, from 6G to Metaverse businesses, the five-day programme will feature over 1400 expert speakers and over 5000 exhibitors, with 176 countries represented in total.
October 22-25 | Las Vegas
Money 20/20 brings together the world’s leaders in payments, banking and fintech, so shouldn’t be missed.
Why attend? From in-depth analytics sessions to keynotes from leading lights in the world of finance, this show has it all.
October 24-26 | Anaheim + virtual
The video conferencing service Webex is presenting this three-day event on workplace collaboration and customer experience, with a focus on the role played by the latest innovations in AI, among others.
Why attend? WebexOne will feature industry experts and customers who will speak about the emerging trends in the new field of hybrid working, and the company will also be exhibiting its new Webex Hologram product.
November 2-3 | New York City
A conference dedicated to the digital experience for end users, marketers and e-com pros are catered for at HOTSAUCE from Hotjar, the user analytics platform.
Why attend? It’s not often you get an entire event devoted to improving the user experience, and HOTSAUCE promises to offer some radical new takes on the subject in what it believes is the new “era of disruption.”
November 7-10 | Pennsylvania
Held in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, TechBash will feature world-class experts in the fields of mobile, web, desktop and SaaS app development to inform developers of any level.
Why attend? Pitching itself as accessible to all, this conference wants to inspire developers with its sessions and talks, and promises to feature some big-name vendors who’ll bring along their latest innovations to show off.
November 8 | New York
Aimed at IT professionals, FutureIT has engaging sessions and networking opportunities, as well as a chance to learn how to navigate your career and enhance your business skills.
Why attend? This event is geared towards improving you as a professional, and even has a photography studio to get your headshots, as well as one-to-one consultations and something it calls a “persuasive communication” workshop.
November 13-16 | Lisbon
At Web Summit, the main question is always: where next? At a time of great uncertainty, this question has never been more important.
Why attend? This large-scale event attracts thousands of attendees and tens of high-profile speakers. Previous line-ups have included Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, Apple’s Craig Federighi and Sir Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the internet.
November 15 | Virtual
This is an event hosted by data productivity provider Matillion, and features industry speakers and sessions including workshops, panels and keynotes centered on data and AI.
Why attend? Data Unlocked brings together leaders, influencers, and experts to give you the full lowdown on improving data productivity – perfect for those struggling to manage rising data demands and integrate GenAI into the mix.
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