International Developers, Japanese Customers

Tue, 22 May 2018 19:00 - 21:30


東京都渋谷区神宮前4丁目22番3号 パレスジン301

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Light food and drinks will be provided

International developers, even those who don't speak Japanese, can be a great source of talent for your company. When you have a product that targets the Japanese market though, you need native Japanese speakers as well. This can result in companies where the development team is quite culturally diverse, while everyone else is primarily Japanese. At this event, we'll hold a group discussion about how you approach the challenges that this creates.

Who this event is for

Whatever your job title is, be it CTO, head of engineering, lead developer, or something else, you're the top technical person in your organization. While you once spent most of your time coding, these days you're consumed with things like hiring developers, communication with other stakeholders, and improving processes. Because this event is based around peer-to-peer knowledge sharing, we ask you only participate if you're in such a position. If you're unsure whether this event is for you, please get in touch with us first.


Paul McMahon is the representative director of Doorkeeper Inc. He also runs the Tokyo Dev Mailing List, that helps companies find talented international developers.

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When you arrive to the building, ring "301" on the intercom and we'll let you in.

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