Talent 42 is the first conference designed specifically for tech recruiters and tech hiring managers. In 2012, companies like Zynga, Facebook, Groupon, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Target, Costco, Federal Reserve, NBC, Zillow, RIM, and Rhapsody sent people to share and learn best practice techniques for finding and recruiting world class technology talent. It was part conference, part training, and all awesome. Chuck Norris awesome.
Some conferences suck. This one won’t.
In 2012, 93% of conference attendees rated the conference "awesomely excellent" or "great". That’s unusually good.
This year, Joel Spolsky is our keynote speaker. Joel is CEO of Fog Creek Software, co-creator of Stackoverflow.com, blogger and author of Smart and Gets Things Done: Joel Spolsky’s Concise Guide to Finding the Best Technical Talent. He knows a thing or two.
86% of last year’s attendees said they’d "definitely attend in 2013", and we cap attendance at 250, so you may want to register early.