The earlier you arrive - the more you can profit from the event. After you checked in and received your name tag, it's an awesome idea to start talking with new people. Connect with other guests, talk about your life learnings, get advise for your challenges you are struggling with, get feedback on what you are currently doing, tell your story and inspire and motivate other people. Everyone has an interesting story to share and thoughts and connections that can be valuable for other guests :)
Learn more about what the event and presentations are all about and why the life learnings of other people can be so powerful, inspiring, motivating and helpful to learn from the mistakes of other people.
UX Designer and founder of InLearnity, host of the event and platform to provide the world’s dreamers with the educational resources they need to turn their passions into careers. His vision is to help people unleash their full potential. He’ll break the ice to establish the event as a safe space for open, honest sharing of Life Learnings - like speaking with close friends. A 22-year-old guy who wants to talk about life experience? Seriously? Basically, yes. He'll speak about the massive changes in his behavior, learnings from projects (from a hardware startup to a movie script up to InLearnity) and traveling around the world.
Danielle Applestone is the co-founder and CEO of Other Machine Co., a Berkeley-based, leading manufacturer of desktop CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling machines. Formerly, Danielle ran a U.S. Government Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) project to develop digital design software and manufacturing tools for the classroom. Danielle’s team took their technology and launched Other Machine Co. in 2013. Danielle is passionate about STEM education for women and girls, fostering work-based apprenticeship programs, and encouraging the development of businesses that provide relevant and meaningful mentorship for the future workforce in both urban and rural areas. Danielle received her B.S. in chemical engineering from MIT in 2002 and a PhD in materials science and engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012. She is a member of the 2016 Class of Henry Crown Fellows and the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.
Hacker, inventor, entrepreneur, and humanitarian. Cofounded what some regard as the world’s top hacker space (San Francisco’s Noisebridge) and organizes hacker/maker conferences around the world. He supports people to find and focus on what they love to do instead of working only to survive and among other gadgets, he invented the famous TV-B-Gone (a remote to turn off any TV).
After some amazing presentations and Q&A - get in contact with the speakers and other guests: ask for feedback, tell your story, give feedback and recommendations and continue connecting with new amazing people.
We thank Devbootcamp for providing their awesome location and supporting those of you who are interested in becoming a web developer:
"Dev Bootcamp pioneered the short-term, immersive developer bootcamp, a model that transforms people of all skill levels into highly employable web developers in a matter of months. The 18-week curriculum with integrated career training, creates technical aptitude, along with the interpersonal skills that today’s employers demand. With more than 2,800 graduates to date, and locations open in San Francisco, Chicago, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, and Austin, Dev Bootcamp immerses students in the supportive learning community they need to accelerate and shape their careers."