Former tech billionaire tells Recode: I’ll be a charter school advocate

Former tech mogul Jeff Bezos will be attending Recode’s Code Conference next week to discuss the future of tech education.

The conference will be hosted by Bloomberg and will be livestreamed.

Bezos will address the Code Conference at the Hilton Orlando in Orlando, Florida, on February 28, 2017.

“I’m very excited to be in Orlando for the Code conference, because I believe that it’s an ideal time to build on the momentum we’re seeing in education, to make education more affordable, more accessible, more efficient, and, most importantly, to help people learn and thrive,” he said in a statement.

“If we can make education better and better, I will join the conversation.”

The former Amazon.com chief executive and founder of Blue Origin will be joining the tech-focused event to talk about the future for the industry.

The Code Conference is an annual gathering of tech industry executives.

It was created in 2016 by Bloomberg, which launched the conference as a way to engage and build on industry trends.

The event is not the first time Bezos has joined Bloomberg in the past.

In February, he hosted a conference titled “The Future of Education,” which was moderated by Bloomberg.

The event is being hosted by the Atlantic Council and will feature top business executives and academics from across the country and around the world.

The company is expected to hold a press conference to share more about its plan to bring more than 50 charter schools to the United States by 2019.

The Bloomberg event will be held on February 7 at 8 p.m.

ET, which is a day before the Code Convention.

The full transcript of the CodeCon event will not be released until the Code conferences website is updated.