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News Brief: Workday to Host Annual DevCon and Hackathon Event

Workday DevCon 2022 Will Showcase How Developers Can Drive Business Innovation With the Latest Workday Technologies

PLEASANTON, Calif., June 1, 2022Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY), a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, today announced that its second annual developer conference, Workday DevCon 2022, will take place from Jun. 21-22 in San Jose, Calif., followed by the fifth annual Workday Hackathon on Jun. 23-24. Hundreds of developers, architects, product managers, and IT leaders are expected to attend in-person and virtually to explore how Workday technologies can help solve their biggest business problems.

Workday DevCon 2022 aims to empower attendees to exchange ideas, interact with experts, and elevate their Workday experience by exploring the latest products, tools, and technologies. The Workday Hackathon offers developers the opportunity to pilot new Workday technology, brainstorm innovative app ideas, and showcase their products to a panel of judges.

The Workday DevCon and Hackathon will take place at Hayes Mansion in San Jose, Calif. and will offer an expanded experience to collaborate with the broader Workday ecosystem, including 32 sessions built for developers, a Partner Expo, and Developer Hub. The event is open to all developers, architects, product managers and IT leaders at existing Workday customer and partner organizations. Those interested in attending can register here.

“We’re thrilled to host our second annual Workday DevCon and fifth Hackathon, and look forward to having attendees share their unique apps, experiences, and best practices for the benefit of our broader developer community,” said Jim Stratton, chief technology officer, Workday. “By enabling our customers’ developers and builders to create the business capabilities they need, they can confidently innovate and extend their investment in Workday to be more competitive and quickly adapt to change.”

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