There are so many reasons to join us live in Boston for DevReach! Here are four. The rest you’ll need to experience for yourself.
Hone Your Craft
Connect with People
Learn Hard, Play Hard
Justification Letter Template
To: < Insert manager or supervisor name >
Subject: How my attendance at DevReach will benefit our business
I’m requesting approval to attend the DevReach conference in Boston, MA from September 11–14, 2022.
By attending, I can gain insights that will enable me and my team to optimize our capabilities in a host of areas including:
DevReach is also part of Progress360 which means I not only get access to everything DevReach has to offer, but I’ll also have access to ChefConf sessions. ChefConf is the event for DevOps professionals that will dive into the latest innovations and practices in DevOps, DevSecOps, compliance and security, IT leadership and IT operations as well as the larger Progress community. I will also have direct access to Progress product leaders and decision makers that could potentially influence future product direction.
If I’m able to attend DevReach, I’ll come back with actionable tips, products and practices to drive business outcomes. My conference schedule will reflect our highest priorities.
This is the approximate cost to attend DevReach:
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your support in helping me further our company’s success.
< Your name >
Throughout Progress360, DevReach and ChefConf, we want to make sure our guests feel as safe and comfortable as possible. With this in mind, we’ve considered current safety trends to make this experience the best for those attending in person.
What’s more, September is a beautiful time to be in Boston. Whether you visit the world-famous Quincy Market, experience the Boston Red Sox vs. NY Yankees rivalry live, grab drinks in the bustling Seaport District or take in our history or public gardens, Boston awaits after your sessions end.
Sept 10 | Music
Sept 13 | Sport
Sept 14 | Sport
Sept 11 | Music
@MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Sept 14 | Music
Sept 10 & 11 | Art
the Castle - 130 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA
This Italian neighborhood, Boston’s oldest, is known for its wonderful restaurants and historic sights. Walk the cobblestone streets, take in the aromas of delicious food and visit Paul Revere’s house while you’re in the neighborhood.
Explore more than 100 galleries of art, from ancient to contemporary, at the MFA or visit the unique Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the home to the largest property theft in the world.
Take a walk through the Public Gardens areas. You’ll see the bench where Robin Williams sat during Goodwill Hunting, beautiful gardens and swan boats across the water. After you walk the Gardens the Boston Common, stroll down Newbury Street, a famous shopping and dining district in Boston.
If you have the time, Harvard Square is a good take - roughly 20 minutes from Seaport. You can walk Harvard’s campus, check out their book store, dine in the local restaurants and cafes and stop in a handful of shops.
Located in Seaport and home to New England’s original IPA, you can take a tour of the brewery or simply take a seat in the beer hall (be sure to order their famous pretzels).
A near-continuous, 43-mile linear park along Boston’s shoreline, the Harborwalk connects Boston’s waterfront neighborhoods to Boston Harbor and each other. And lucky for you, the Seaport stretch of the Harbor has the most beautiful views and great bars and restaurants nearby.
Built in 1742 and now a stop on the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall has had a long and important history in Massachusetts politics. Samuel Adams once stood here to push for resistance against the British, and abolitionists and suffragists have stood on their soapboxes here.
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