All of the talks from the 2012 Business of Software Conference are now online. Over the course of the next year we will make the majority of them available as videos and transcripts to everyone via the blog. All attendees to the 2012 conference have been given passwords to access all of the talks now and anyone registering for Business of Software 2013, 28-30th October, will also receive a password.
To celebrate the launch of Dan Pink’s new book, To Sell is Human, we are posting his talk at Business of Software 2012 where he shared, for the first time, some of the ideas in the book. You can watch the video and read the transcript here.
We know some people can’t wait for us to publish the talks they want to see though! About half of the inbound inquiries we get about Business of Software videos are requests to access all of the content as soon as possible. So, if you can’t wait to see some of the most insightful, interesting and entertaining talks about growing great software businesses, you can now access them all too AND get a free copy of Dan Pink’s new book, To Sell is Human, for a total price of $150.
Business of Software 2012 Videos
- PUBLIC – Dan Pink, To Sell is Human, The Surprising Truth about Moving Others
- PUBLIC – Kathy Sierra: Building the minimum badass user
- PUBLIC – Gail Goodman: How to Negotiate the Long, Slow, SaaS Ramp of Death
- PUBLIC: Dan Lyons: Mobile, why meme businesses suck and how to deal with journalists as a technology company.
- PUBLIC: Peter Bauer: Founding and Scaling Principles
- PUBLIC: Jason Cohen: How data will make you do totally the wrong thing
- PUBLIC: Bob Dorf: Customer development, the science of acceleration for growth businesses
- PUBLIC: Adii Pienaar: Going global from the edge of the world
- PUBLIC: Joel Spolsky: The cultural anthropology of Stack Exchange
- PUBLIC: Peldi: Coding is the easy part
- PUBLIC: Paul Kenny: Resistance is futile
- PUBLIC: Mikey Trafton: How to build a world class culture in 3 easy steps
- PUBLIC: Dharmesh Shah: Valuation & competition – strategy for geeks & coders
- Password required: Noah Kagan: Lovegasms
- Password required: Professor Noam Wasserman: The founder’s dilemmas