Over two and a half days, you will hear, in depth, from some of the world’s leading software entrepreneurs and experts about growing global software businesses. This is a single track conference where every talk is, in the words of Joel Spolsky, ‘Keynote Quality’. The best thing about Business of Software though is the attendees. The speakers stick around and there is plenty of, ‘whitespace’ at the event to ensure that you have the opportunity to meet and talk with peers about the challenges you face together, share ideas and learn from each other.
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Business of Software is being run in 2012 by Neil Davidson, founder of Red Gate Software and Mark Littlewood of the Business Leaders Network. Neil and Mark have known each other for over 20 years which scares them both as they met at university. Mark's organization, the Business Leaders Network, runs the UK's leading technology networking events. He went to Business of Software 2010 and blogged incessantly about the event. With Neil's commitments to Red Gate Software, to drawing and to keeping his life even slightly balanced, he wanted to share the Business of Software load with someone who could help build Business of Software.
We want to run Business of Software as a conference and a conversation that inspires and teaches people about the business of software. (Clever name huh?).
Mark Littlewood is the founder of Business Leaders Network. He's enthusiastic about technology but his cat can, and frequently does, write better code. He relishes bringing passionate people together to share ideas and learn from each other. You can follow Mark on Twitter at @marklittlewood.
Neil Davidson is co-founder and joint CEO of Red Gate Software. He considers himself a thought-follower in the business of software, hence the conference. You can follow Neil on Twitter at @NeilDavidson
Attendees at Business of Software 2012 can transfer their ticket to a colleague or third party at any time with no penalty.
Tickets cancelled, in writing, up to 90 days prior to the event will be refunded minus a $150 cancellation fee.
Tickets cancelled less than 90 days prior to the event will not be refunded but may be transferred to a third party.
The BLN - Business Leaders Network