The Vermont Technology Alliance is presenting a virtual Tech conference March 2 – 4. featuring speakers, networking and a Career Fair.
The VTTA Tech Conference is a forum to hear technologists, experts and other thought leaders address key topics and trends important to Vermont’s tech community and beyond. It’s also an opportunity to explore tech job opportunities and network with Vermont’s tech community.
The event will feature a dozen speakers addressing topics via a virtual event platform under the broad themes of
Technology Innovation and Innovators
Tech Skill Development and Education
Accessibility and Social Justice in Tech
The forum offers an opportunity to hear presentations from diverse speakers on topics covering businesses, applications and startups to trends, ideas and programs. The full schedule and agenda can be found at https://vttatechconference.hubilo.com/
Some of the planned topics and speakers include:
People are not Datasets – Amanda Casari, Open Source Scientist at Google
Building Your Creative Muscle - Using the Lockdown to Improve Your Innovative Imagination – David Weaver, Founder, AccessCMO, Creative Thinking Amplifier, Habit Hacker
LinkedIn Logic: For Career Seekers – Kari Mirabal, International keynote and TEDx speaker, author, and consultant
No Woman Left Behind - Planning for Intersectionality – Shailvi Wakhlu, Sr. Director of Data at Strava
The Future is Digital – Matt Dunne, Executive Director, Center on Rural Innovation
In May 2021, Google search rankings will start to include user experience – are your websites ready? –Dan York, Director of Web Strategy, Internet Society
Find more information and register for the conference at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vtta-tech-conference-tickets-140922265289
Vermont Technology Alliance