Wednesday

12 Aug

17:30

Reality isn't real


AW Seminar

FOOD:
Yes

LEVEL:
Intermediate

We will begin with meet and greet at 17.30. The presentation will start at 17.45. We will have a break at 18.30-ish with pizza and beverage.

Presentation

See how reality is hacked.

A surprising number of things work invisibly, whether they be wifi, radio, government decent, or games. This session is meant to via the process of reverse engineering to show some of the creative thinking that goes on in the world around us.

Software engineers have long been the implementers or users of these tools and forces, yet many are unaware of what their code ends up doing.

I plan to show real examples of how success, like bactiria, have been cultured. How cultural understandings can be shortcuts to success in the hopes to bring greater awareness of how these systems work.

Speaker

Chris Hughes - Software hacking geek turned serial entrepreneur, an early hacker of the iPhone and builder of huge companies. Reverse engineering has always been a passion and and those skills are valuable in the realm of software or negotiations in capital markets.



Tags creativity disruptive geek innovation software development

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