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Talks & conferences
April 18, 2019
Stephen Kellett

Business of Software Europe 2019

Last week I attended my the Business of Software Europe conference. This year the conference returns to Cambridge after a few years in Dublin and […]

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Ogilvy Lab Day

Friday 26 October 2012 was Ogilvy Lab Day, held at Ravensbourne next to the O2 Arena, London, UK. I apologise if any details are incorrect […]

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Business of Software 2011 – mind food

A few weeks ago in October I travelled to Boston, MA for the Business of Software conference. This is the number one conference to go […]

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Why you should go to conferences

Why should you go to a conference? I’m sure there are many different answers to this question, but I’m posing this question in response to […]

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MicroConf 2011 – Website teardowns and wrapup

In this final article about MicroConf I’m going to cover the speakers at MicroConf that I haven’t written about – Todd Garland, Marcus McConnell and […]

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MicroConf 2011 – Hiten Shah

Hiten Shah is founder of Crazy Egg and founder of KissMetrics. This is the closest I could find to a blog: hitenshah.name There is a […]

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MicroConf 2011 – Justin Vincent

Justin Vincent is the creator of pluggio a tool for managing your twitter account. Justin blogs at justinvincent.com. Justin talks about his experience prior to […]

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MicroConf 2011 – Noah Kagan

Noah Kagan currently runs AppSumo. Prior AppSumo, Noah worked at Mint.com and Gambit. Noah blogs at https://okdork.com/   Noah starts his talk with an MP3 […]

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MicroConf 2011 – Patrick McKenzie

Patrick McKenzie starts with a “I didn’t believe I could do this” preamble explaining how he ended up learning Japanese and choosing a career with […]

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MicroConf 2011 – Ramit Sethi

Ramit Sethi is author of the book I will teach you to be rich and also blogs at iwillteachyoutoberich.com. Ramit’s talk was excellent and I’m […]

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