If you had five minutes on stage what would you say? What if you only got 20 slides and they rotated automatically after 15 seconds? Would you pitch a project? Launch a web site? Teach a hack? We’re going to find out at Ignite Where, a fun evening of “speed presentations” given by people like you.
Happening Monday evening, April 2, this will be a high-energy, fast-paced event, hosted by Program Chair Brady Forrest. If you can’t picture what it would be like, watch some videos at igniteshow.com or check out Scott Berkun’s session, How and Why to Give an Ignite Talk.
data lover / software engineer / computational social scientist / czech-american / founder of PyLadies DC / organizer of @django_district / former FL, MO, VT bio from Twitter
Data journalist writing and hacking for @OReillyMedia. Former @Forbes-ian. Expert at getting sidetracked. bio from Twitter
I'm the President & CEO of GEOHEX Inc. I launched a new project ZONE - Safe Location Platform. http://geohex.net/zone/ bio from Twitter
Biomedical Engineer, Bioinformatics Enthusiast. Quantified Self Evangelist, and Entrepreneur. Quantify Life, Creatively bio from Twitter
A retired IT architect and strategist, I now spend my time inflicting citizen journalism on Cambridge MA bio from Twitter
Creator of Monkey Write, an app for learning Chinese writing: http://bit.ly/mowran
Building a time machine: http://timehop.com (co-founder) • BK-based techie, AirBnB slumlord, haver of good ideas •Co-creator of ExitStrategyNYC bio from Twitter
Computers, Math, sometimes Finance. You know, the usual. I work for Foursquare. bio from Twitter
founder of @mondowindow, journalist http://dicum.com and other things that are not chronicled here: this is my professional avatar. bio from Twitter
Co-Founder at Ad Hoc Labs, we make @burner. Also builder of @pictoplay, @mobzombies and @superproof. bio from Twitter
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