When: October 11, 2022 | 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM CST
Where: Hotel Ella | 1900 Rio Grande Street, Austin, TX 78705
This year, Google Cloud Next’s online programming is giving you the tools to solve for tomorrow’s challenges today, and Premier Partner 66degrees will get you there. Please join us for Google Next On the Road: Austin–a day of digital content, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities with your Austin-area colleagues.
The event will begin with brunch and the Google Next ’22 livestream keynote, followed by workshops led by our expert engineers. We will conclude with a NEXT-level celebration of the conference, including drinks and appetizers, live music, and a few fun surprises!
Space is limited so register today for more information and to secure your spot. We’ll see you in Austin!
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led by Barry Valentine
Customer Engineer, 66degrees
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Designing for Resilience on Google Cloud
led by James Garza
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