WHAT IS GLUE?
Glue is a developer oriented conference that is focused on how Serverless Architectures, Containers, Microservices, APIs, DevOps, Mobile, Analytics, Performance Monitoring, Blockchain Applications and cutting edge developer platforms and tools that are changing the technology landscape.
because we believe that for all of the tech conferences that are out there, none of them are as focused on developers as they should be.
If you’re a developer, Gluecon is your conference. So, be in touch, get involved, and come hack something at Gluecon with us.
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Glue will be held at the beautiful Omni Interlocken Resort
in Denver (Broomfield), Colorado on May 16th-17th, 2018.
The Four-Diamond, award-winning Omni Interlocken Resort welcomes you to a retreat into modern luxury. Nestled against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, this year-round Colorado resort near Denver offers a wealth of on-site pleasures.
Golfers will love our challenging 27-hole championship golf course, ranked Third Best Course in the Rocky Mountain region by Golf Magazine (April 2008 edition), with its striking scenery and more than 400 feet of elevation changes. Or escape into a sanctuary of relaxation in Mokara Spa or our two outdoor pools and whirlpool and you will discover how even the smallest touches define first-class luxury.
The Omni Interlocken Resort’s 390 deluxe accommodations and suites are elegantly appointed and full of modern amenities. With its stunning panoramic views of the mountains or valley, unmatched luxuries and the essence of snow-capped mountain tranquility, the Omni Interlocken Resort is sure to sweep you off your feet.
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[This is a repost of Gluecon’s Code of Conduct.] Gluecon is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not…
Over the past few years, we’ve tried to highlight some inspiring non-profits at our events. Organizations like Cultivating Coders (which runs coding bootcamps on Native American Reservations in New Mexico), and Powering Potential (which provides solar-powered computers to children in…
Eric Norlin began organizing technology conferences in 1999. In 2002, he became an owner and organizer of Digital ID World, which was acquired by IDG via a joint venture in 2005. More recently, he founded SaaScon (Software as a Services conference) in conjunction with IDG World Expo. He also currently runs the successful Defrag Conference. Eric’s foray into technology began when his father brought home a Commodore 64, evolved into work with the National Security Agency, and transitioned into roles running content for technology conferences, writing articles for technology publications and serving as a vice president of marketing at an identity technology startup (Ping Identity). Eric’s work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Inc. Magazine, CNet and NetworkWorld.
Kim Norlin manages all sales processes, back office and logistical operations, site management execution, marketing and customer facing interactions for Gluecon. Kim’s event management experience spans over two decades. In 2005, she helped found the highly successful Defrag conference. She went on to help launch and run both the Blur Conference and Gluecon. She’s a highly sought-after expert on event managment and has been instrumental in helping to implement Gluecon’s diversity and inclusion initiatives. Also, she’s a huge sports fan, who enjoys playing daily fantasy sports.
Seth’s career spans venture capital investing as well as operational, transactional and advisory roles at both public and private companies. Seth is currently a Managing Director at Foundry Group, a Boulder, CO based technology venture capital firm. Prior to co-founding Foundry Group, Seth began his venture capital career at Mobius Venture Capital. Before Mobius, Seth worked at several data communications and telecoms companies in both operational and corporate development roles, managing several business units and completing numerous acquisitions, financings and divestitures. Seth started his career in the corporate finance division of Morgan Stanley.
He writes a blog on technology, investing and living in Colorado at www.sethlevine.com.