Geoff Domoracki's Profile

About Me

Geoff Domoracki is the co-founder and CEO of Data 2.0: producers of DataWeek, API World, and DeveloperWeek. A philosophy major turned tech entrepreneur, Geoff lives in the cross-section of philosophy and technology. Geoff was formerly the co-founder of Techweek, the largest Midwest startup & technology conference, as well as a consultant for investment firms such as Lightbank, the venture capital firm behind Groupon.


Code, Design, Conferences, Product, Triathlons



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The goal of DevNetwork is to keep you current on new developer technologies. Our team has been producing data & developer events in the SF Bay area (and more recently Los Angeles and New York City) for the past 3 years. That includes DataWeek, San Francisco’s largest vendor-neutral data conference with over 2,200 annual conference + expo attendees as well as DeveloperWeek with over 2,000 week-long participants across the week of events.


Accelerate 2015 San Francisco Hackathon

Our team is excited to announce our initiative to host the Accelerate 2015 Hackathon (Feb. 7-8, 2015) -- San Francisco’s largest hackathon -- as part of DeveloperWeek 2015! Aside from $50,000+ in sponsor prizes, developers can tackle crowd-voted challenges and engage in 2 rounds of judging.

unHackathon 2014 San Francisco

The UnHackathon is crowd-powered because we ask participants to propose challenges so other hackathon teams can solve them.

MobileWeek 2015 Coding Challenge

How It Works
Coding challenges enable anyone, anywhere to participate in showing off their skills in different technologies on new platforms.
Each coding challenge will be sponsored by a technology: and that sponsor will select the top person building on their technology!

The MobileWeek Coding challenge begins on Saturday April 18 and your submission is judged at the MobileWeek Conference on April 20.

Integrate 2015 Hackathon

Integrate + API World 2015 Hackathon is the nation's largest API-centric hackathon, where developers and entrepreneurs build new apps utilizing dozens of technologies in order to solve sponsored challenges.

DeveloperWeek 2016 Hackathon

Join 1,200 developers in San Francisco! Participants can build any startup app idea (from scratch) over 30 hours. You can network with our mentors to get tech help and feedback - and proceed through 2 rounds of judging!

Integrate + API World 2016 Hackathon

The world's largest integration + API hackathon!

DeveloperWeek 2017 Hackathon

The DeveloperWeek Hackathon invites 600+ hackers to compete for $100,000+ in products and services at the official kick-off to DeveloperWeek!

DeveloperWeek NY 2017 Hackathon

Join New York's largest challenge-driven hackathon. Get more details here:

API World 2017 Hackathon

The API World 2017 Hackathon is the largest API hackathon in the world, kicking off the API World 2017 Conference & Expo.

DeveloperWeek Austin 2017 Hackathon

The DeveloperWeek Austin 2017 Hackathon takes place at DeveloperWeek Austin, get more information here:

DeveloperWeek 2018 SF Bay

This is the DeveloperWeek 2018 SF Bay Hackathon!

DeveloperWeek NY 2018 Hackathon

This is the official hackathon of DeveloperWeek NY 2018. Get more info here:

API World 2018 Hackathon

This is the official hackathon of API World 2018