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JPMorgan Chase Celebrates Engineering Excellence With Second Annual Software Engineering Conference, DEVUP

Engineers come together to advance practices such as AI/ML, AR/VR, blockchain, quantum computing, developer platforms, and other areas defining the future of financial services.

Today, JPMorgan Chase kicks off its second annual DEVUP, a firmwide software engineering conference designed for engineers by engineers. Launched in 2022, DEVUP is a one-of-a-kind technology innovation forum convening more than 500 software engineers, data scientists and other technologists from all 23 of the financial services firm’s Global Technology Centers for three days of programming that celebrate engineering excellence.

The agenda features wide-ranging discussions on cutting-edge research, interactive workshops, and hands-on experiences led by more than 150 speakers. Participants have the unique opportunity to showcase and learn skills, build connections with peers, and discuss new ways to implement emerging technologies at massive scale and speed at one of the world’s large financial institutions.

“In today’s dynamic technology landscape, the role of the software engineer – and the technologist more broadly – is undergoing a transformative shift. DEVUP is an opportunity to recognize JPMorgan Chase’s top software engineers, provide experiences for them to build their skills, and foster a sense of community – all with the aim of empowering them to continue driving innovation across our firm,” said Lori Beer, Global Chief Information Officer, JPMorgan Chase. “Already a beloved tradition among JPMorgan Chase’s technologists in its second year, DEVUP brings together our software engineers from across the world to explore opportunities for innovation and impact, and champion the broader firm’s technology-forward mindset.”

Speakers were carefully selected through an abstract submission process and reflect a range of roles, levels, and specialties. Throughout the event, technologists will attend sessions across a number of content tracks that explore ways to support and advance JPMorgan Chase’s global technology strategy, such as:

  • Programming and development best practices to support high quality products and experiences
  • Technology modernization, with a focus on supporting JPMorgan Chase’s public cloud migration
  • Emerging technologies, including generative AI, AR/VR, blockchain and quantum computing

The conference is taking place in-person from November 7-9 at JPMorgan Chase’s Global Technology Center in Dallas.


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