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Daniel Kim

Senior Developer Relations Engineer, New Relic

Daniel Kim (He/Him) is a Senior Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic and the founder of Bit Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated make tech accessible to underserved communities. He wants to inspire generations of students in tech to be the best they can be through inclusive, accessible developer education. He is passionate about diversity & inclusion in tech, good food, and dad jokes.

Sessions with Daniel Kim

  • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PT
    | Tuesday, May 25 | Inspirational & Fun

    Hack the Future

    Jump into our 24-hour virtual FutureHack to compete with fellow developers, engineers, practitioners, and students to create your most kick-ass project. It’s your opportunity to shine, with Relics and sponsor engineers there to help you through Slack and Zoom rooms. Choose from four ways to attack your hack:

    1. Low Code, No Code:  for non-engineers
    2. Build on New Relic:  for skilled Data Nerds ready to expand their ecosystem
    3. Hack for Good: to build whatever you want —and help give back to the community
    4. Student Edition: for students to learn about New Relic One and compete against each other for cool prizes

    (Join this session OR watch on-demand immediately after)

  • 12:55 pm - 1:15 pm PT
    | Wednesday, May 26 | Snackable

    Debugging Wizardry with New Relic

    New Relic equips all developers, from hobbyist students to SREs, with X-ray vision throughout the entire stack, from the end-user experience right down to the code. During the session, Senior Engineer Daniel Kim and High School student Emily Chen will discuss their experience using New Relic to ship tooling for students at scale. In addition, they will present student projects that have incorporated New Relic to troubleshoot and improve performance.

    (Join this session for live chat OR watch on-demand immediately after)

  • 11:55 am - 12:15 pm PT
    | Thursday, May 27 | Inspirational & Fun

    FutureHack 2021 Awards

    What’s a hackathon without prizes?
    In the last 24 hours developers, engineers, practitioners, students, and all other forms of coders have created dashboards, custom visualizations, applications and other amazing projects competing against their peers. Join us as we talk about the projects we love and present prizes to all of the hackathon winners with one lucky person/team taking home the $10,000 grand prize for Best Hack.

    (Join this session OR watch on-demand immediately after)

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