This evening we present four finalists to the speaker challenge.
17.30-17.40 - Meet and greet
17.40-17.45 - Welcome
17.45-18.30 - First talk
Functional Programming for the Object Oriented by Øystein Kolsrud
18.30-18.50 - Break with something to eat
18.50-19.35 - Second talk
The Connected Car by Peter Kembro
19.35-19.45 - Break
19.45-20.30 - Third talk
On Perceived Performances by Marco Pegoraro
20.30-20.40 - Break
20.40-21.25 - Fourth talk
Advanced Scaling with Neo4j by Tim Ward
21.25-21.50 - Reviews and presentation of the winner
The best speakers has been selected through this rules:
- Attendees vote after each seminar at Foo Café.
- One vote per attendee per seminar.
- Each attendee votes according to their own expectations (Green= better, Yellow=OK, Red=worse)
- Only local speakers attend (the Øresund region)
- Only speakers that don’t have a reputation as a conference speaker
We will select the best speaker during the evening as follows:
- Each speaker will make their presentation
- Attendees will vote after each presentation in the same manner as above.
- Together with votes from the attendees, a jury will select a winner
The winner will get the following:
- A speaker slot at Build Stuff'15
- They will be accredited as a speaker, including travelling, accommodation, the Speaker Dinner and much more
- Get a three day conference pass to Build Stuff'15
This is the third year we will hold the Speaker Challenge. Book your seat now, since we know it will be an evening with three excellent talks.
Begun in 2012 this now annual conference hosted in Vilnius, Lithuania brings the best of the developer world to the Baltic's. The overall theme is building stuff, we have a heavy focus on lessons from trenches from the people that were there. This year we’ll play host to more than 60 speakers holding 5 tracks of sessions per day, as well as panel discussions and open spaces!