For the 4th year in a row SAP will be sponsoring the Lesbians Who Tech Summit in San Francisco, February 23-26.
Where you’ll find SAP at the Lesbians Who Tech Summit
SAP will have over 15 people attending, including speaking, recruiting, demoing tech, blogging, interviewing, taking pictures and attending. More specifically you’ll find us at the:
Thursday Night Tech Crawl
We’ll be featuring some of the latest and greatest of SAP technology during the Thursday Night Tech Crawl. Swing by to see live demos of Roambi, SAP Digital Boardroom VR demo with Oculus Rift; TripIt – SAP all-in-one travel companion app; and SAP Cloud Platform Internet of Things Services – Build and deploy applications with a cloud based IoT platform.
Friday Cybersecurity Session & Recruiting Zone
Join Gerlinde Zibulski, Director of Security Product Management, as she discusses the State of Cybersecurity in 2017 at the Beaux Bar, 2.10PM
Join our Concur and SAP recruiting teams in the Recruiting Connection Zone at the Castro Upstairs area.
Saturday Tech Up Career Fair
Join us again with our Concur and SAP recruiting teams in the Recruiting Connection Zone at the Castro Upstairs area.
More about the Lesbians Who Tech Summit
The sold-out 4th Annual Lesbians Who Tech + Allies Summit is from February 23rd to the 26th, 2017 in the Castro District of San Francisco. It will bring together 2500 lesbians, queer women + allies across all areas of technology.
Topics include: Technology + the Resistance, Cybersecurity, Cloud, Data, Hardware, Machine Learning, A.I., Healing + Community, Virtual Reality, Engineering and Entrepreneurship.
At the heart of the Summits is a deep commitment to women in tech, LGBTQ women and women of color. They do that by showcasing top tech talent who are changing the world, and happen to be LGBTQ women + Allies. Together, the goal is to push the industry towards a higher standard, a technology sector that is representative of the people who live in this country.
To learn more about conference and see the full schedule of events, visit http://lesbianswhotech.org/sanfrancisco2017/