What an energy today, on the second day of Techsylvania conference! We have good reasons to say that, with all the speakers in the house taking on some hot and great topics that really challenged us to look into the tech and innovation world a little bit further.
The day started with Mark Shuttleworth, the Ubuntu founder who gave us a demo on how IoT and programming will be changed in the future, making all the developers in the room quite happy.
The long-awaited moment has arrived, and we successfully check day one of Techsylvania conference off our list. But let us name at least a few of the most impressive things we’ve seen and learned today.
Techsylvania Conference Stage
There is a saying that who wakes up early goes far and we can totally agree with that, as it has all started early in the morning until the evening, with condensed talks of 20 minutes each, resuming all with about 22 speakers, including Tim Draper, DFJ founder, the highly reputed American investor to honour us into opening the conference.
For Mark Shuttleworth, his journey into the tech scene has been fulminant even from the beginning and also paved with a lot of success that few can count as their own. Because he will be one of the keynote speakers for the Techsylvania conference this year and also because his professional and personal life are something to look up to, let us pinpoint some of this achievements that made us so eager to know him.
Nowadays, business development and innovation go hand in hand while the old saying of resting on one`s laurels is long taken into account. Especially in the tech field, where constant renewal and generation of solutions is a determining factor of a company`s survival.
That is why we have decided to tap into the subject and explore the innovation culture from a business perspective. That is what we found out:
What do Google, Twitter and Adobe all have in common? Besides the fact that they are IT companies and also well-reputed in their field, there`s more to it than what meets the eye. According toForbes andBusiness Insider, all have an organisational culture that gets their names on the lips of professionals.
But how does that translate into business terms and what does it mean for the IT and technology sectors? Well, as you may guess, the best work environments get the brightest minds.
Nothing new here, there many reasons why attending a professional conference is good for you and your professional life. However, let’s cut it short and emphasize the major reasons why your presence is a must.
You. Your time is limited. And so is everyone else’s. That’s why you need to make sure that attending a conference has an ROI, right?