The PanelPicker is a two-step online process that allows the SXSW community to have a voice in what sessions are scheduled at the SXSW 2015 Festival. First launched in 2007, the PanelPicker allows the community to submit, review, comment and vote on the speaking proposals that they want to see become a part of the event.
During the voting process, the SXSW asks community to weigh in on the proposals they have received for the upcoming season. Go to the SXSW 2015 Panel Picker, create an account and get ready to vote through Friday, September 5, 2014. Each voter can vote once per proposal. Don’t forget to leave a constructive comment about what you do or do not like about the proposals you vote on! Read more to see what panels Rocksauce hopes to be a part of for SXSW 2015.
After such a successful SXSW V2V Mentor Program in 2013, I am thrilled to be among many talented mentors for the 2014 SXSW V2V event. This is really an impressive crew of thought leaders from a variety of industries across the country. No matter where you are in the process of pursuing your dreams, there are mentors that have travelled the path before you and will help you tackle the next steps. The SXSW V2V extensive Mentor Program is the cornerstone of SXSW V2V, designed to provide support, advice and expertise to take your idea to the next level.
But why is mentoring so important to me?
Yesterday on #AppDevChat we had a discussion about the latest from Apple’s WWDC announcements for iOS8.
AppDevChat is open to any app developers, marketers or others interested in learning about developing, creating, inventing, marketing apps. It happens every other Thursday at 1pm CST on twitter. We post the recap here.
More than 1,500 web and mobile application developers flocked to San Francisco last week for the F8 Facebook developers conference. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Keynote headlined the event where he announced multiple new features and tools for developers including a mobile ad network and anonymous login.
“We are very proud to announce that Michael Robin has been promoted to Chief Relationship Officer at Rocksauce Studios. We are lucky to have her hard work & talent here at the company, where she will continue to diligently focus on building relationships outside the company, with our wonderful clients, and help build a stronger internal Rocksauce Studios corporate culture.”- CEO Q Manning
We’d like to introduce you to Q Manning, CEO of Rocksauce Studios and Speaker at our SXSW 2014 Panel on Monday March 10th, Tech Off Your Clothes the Naked Truths of Wearables where the focus is the intersection of fashion and technology for wearable technology.
Say Hello! to Billie Whitehouse, Founder of Wearable Experiments and speaker at our SXSW 2014 Panel on Monday March 10th, Tech Off Your Clothes the Naked Truths of Wearables where the focus is the intersection of fashion and technology for wearable technology.
“I hope that fashion (or design) has given a face to technology. It is the communication between the function of a product to the consumer. Regardless what anyone says, visual communication is one of the most powerful tools. It evokes an emotional reaction – great tech products know and use this.”
Meet Jay Morgan, Creative Director at Havas Worldwide and speaker on Monday, March 10th at our SXSW 2014 Panel, Tech Off Your Clothes the Naked Truths of Wearables where the focus is the intersection of fashion and technology for wearable technology.
We’d like to introduce you to Nicole Forbes, the moderator for our SXSW 2014 Panel on Monday March 10th, Tech Off Your Clothes the Naked Truths of Wearables where the focus is the intersection of fashion and technology for wearable technology.
SXSW provides a great forum for making valuable, one-on-one connections that can take your career to the next level. These connections sometime occur via panels, via networking events and even via chance meetings in the hallways at the Austin Convention Center.
Another avenue to make these valuable, one-on-one connections is at the SXSW Mentoring Program, which was launched at the 2012 event. The SXSW Mentor Program allows registrants to participate in a seven minute meeting with an industry veteran / insider. I am a huge advocate of mentoring programs and SXSW makes it so that you can meet with almost any professional with experiences you’re looking to learn from. Search and signup for the SXSW Mentor Programs are here.
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