Asteroid impact: are you a big lizard or small and furry? | Mark Stephens | BoS USA 2009

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Are you worried about how your software business will cope with the impending end of the world? What? You didn’t know that the world was about to end? You should definitely listen to Mark Stephen’s fantastic talk from 2009’s Business of Software conference. It’s witty, it’s insightful and it’s short (under seven minutes long).

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The 11th Business of Software Conference USA, September 18-20th 2017. Boston, MA.

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6 responses to “Asteroid impact: are you a big lizard or small and furry? | Mark Stephens | BoS USA 2009”

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  3. LOL! The talk is really funny but really informative.. That is how a talk should be delivered.

  4. Chad says:

    That was awesome. Great humor to point out some very important trends and facts. We must be willing and positioned to change with the times or we are in for a world of hurt.

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