We aim to get a wide spread of talent to make your ears tingle and synaptic neurone positively glow with excitement.
You won’t want to miss the hard-earned lessons from these veterans of the software industry.
Kathy Sierra is the author of books that have sold over a million copies on knowledge management and design and winner of several Jolt Cola/Software Development Awards.
Gail is a small business advocate and visionary, whose work as the CEO of Constant Contact has allowed more than 500,000 small enterprises to build better relationships with their customers.
Eric Ries is an entrepreneur and author of the New York Times bestseller The Lean Startu
In 140 characters: Alexis is a startup guy making the world suck less: reddit, Breadpig, hipmunk, Y Combinator. Investor, speaker, host ofSmall Empires, author of Without Their Permission.
Professor, author, entrepreneur, missionary, husband, and father: Clayton Christensen wears many hats in his life. As an academic, he has been recognised as the world’s most influential business thinker.
Alexander Osterwalder is an entrepreneur, speaker and business model innovator. Together with Professor Yves Pigneur he co-authored Business Model Generation, a global bestseller on the topic of business model innovation.
Dharmesh is co-founder and CTO of HubSpot. HubSpot provides inbound marketing software that helps businesses attract, convert and engage customers on the web.
Avram Joel Spolsky (born 1965) is a software engineer and writer. He is the author of Joel on Software, a blog on software development.
Inbound marketing and radical transparency are two of the things that Rand is renowned for. He will talk about both at Business of Software Conference 2014.