If you work in or are interested in the tech industry of the Metro Detroit area, the Self.Conference is a must attend for you. The self.conference is a mixture of tech presentations and soft talks covering the many facets of the technology industry. From mobile, web, hardware, software, process, and team talks this conference is designed to meet the needs from coders to developers to project managers to even those just looking to learn more.
The Self.Conference will take place over two days at the end of May. From May 29 – 30th at the MotorCity Casino in Downtown Detroit. Each day will begin with a keynote speaker, followed by a number of 45 minute sessions covering the range of topics. These sessions will allow you to select those topics that interest your needs. To review the session topics, visit their schedule. Some of the main highlights of the presentations available include:
- Friday’s Keynote Speaker – Justin Searls: Sometimes a Controller is Just a Controller
- Jeff Kelley: Introduction to WatchKit
- Kerri Miller: 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started Programming
- Scott Radcliff: Working Remote: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Where We Go From Here.
- Les Orchard: The Cloud is Your Free Hobby Computer
The Self.Conference will feature over 50 presenters who are involved in the Metro Detroit tech revolution. To learn more about the speakers attending, visit their bios.
Tickets are still available for this event and begin at $250. Have a group of 5 or more, buy your tickets together and save 10%. More details regarding the ticket purchases are available on the self.conference website.
The Self.Conference is a great opportunity to help you expand your knowledge, meet other technically-minded folk, and immerse yourself in Detroit’s tech renaissance.