Global Events

Regular technology roundtables, hackathons, and debate events are hosted in cities around the world every month.

As a global community of technologists, Sphere events provide an unparalleled, fully qualified opportunity to meet and collaborate with peers, learn from others, develop relationships, and connect.  Sphere’s events are truly global and run in all regions of the world.

Tech Debates

TechDebates is dedicated to expanding access to technology jobs and empowering communities around the world by sharing technical knowledge, success stories, experiences and ideas from successful technology companies and accomplished technologists. Join us at an upcoming event.


 

Driving Technology Innovation within a 124-Year-Old Energy Utility

Driving Technology Innovation within a 124-Year-Old Energy Utility

Small technology start-ups are nimble and highly innovative. But what can we learn from established organizations that are in the throes of technology innovation transformation? There’s no better person to talk to than Greg Flay, Chief Technology Officer at Austin...

CTO Roundtables

For CTOs and other technology leaders, we host private executive forums carefully curated to provide attendees with actionable lessons from companies on the front lines of disruption.  CTO Roundtables are typically attended by 15-30 senior professionals from major cities around the world.


 

London CTO Roundtable

London CTO Roundtable

November CTO Roundtable London
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London CTO Roundtable

Atlanta CTO Roundtable

November CTO Roundtable Atlanta
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London CTO Roundtable

Austin CTO Roundtable

November CTO Roundtable Austin
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Past Events

9/25/19 Tech Debates Minsk

9/25/19 Tech Debates Minsk

Ruby vs Elixir and Monolith vs Micro-services
What are the pros and cons of each approach in modern software architecture?