|9:00a – 9:45a||Victor Agreda Jr. – Magic and Technology|
|10:00a – 10:45a||Robi Ganguly – How training for and running a marathon prepared me for the job of startup CEO|
|11:00a – 11:45a||Kirby Turner – Underworking|
|Most Americans are overworked. This is true whether working for “the man” or working for yourself. But Kirby Turner says, “No more!” to being overworked. Instead, this self-proclaimed workaholic chooses to underwork, and spend more time doing what he enjoys, from spending time with his family to thru hiking the Long Trail. Kirby talks about his journey from working long hours for startups and Wall Street to underworking for himself…and enjoying life to its fullest.|
|12:00p – 1:30p|
|1:45p – 2:30p||Michelle Yaiser – Which one doesn’t belong|
|When Michelle tells people that she’s a developer, race car driver, clarinetist, and dancer, most people look confused and respond, “But they’re all so different…” Yet to her, they are all connected. She’s learned that everything you do in life should make you better — at everything you do. You can use one area of your life as a source of inspiration in another, a reason to think differently, and a trigger to ask new questions. Allowing the lines separating different parts of life to blur can lead to happiness and success.|
|3:00p – 5:00p||Group Outing|
|The whole group will board a duck and unwind on a tour of Seattle and the harbor in a WWII amphibious boat/car. The Tour will start and end right at the Triple Door!|
|6:00p – 8:00p||Reception/Dinner|
|Announced Closer to the Event|
|9:30a – 9:45a||John Wilker – Why 360|intersect|
|John opens Sunday with a short talk about why 360|intersect, what his goal is, why the event is important, and you know… life in general. It’ll be worth getting up a bit early on a Sunday for :)|
|10:00a – 10:45a||Doug McCune – Physical Maps – From Digital to Analog|
|I’ve been making digital maps for the past 5 years, but pixels on the screen are getting boring. I’ll be exploring physical experiments that turn geographic data into physical objects. What would a map of sex offenders feel like if you could hold it in your hand? Can we evoke more emotion with a physical representation of a homicide map? Techniques used will include 3D printing, laser cutting, and good old fashioned manual labor with a hacksaw.|
|11:00a – 11:45a||Team Sphero – Why a Robot Ball?|
|Haven’t seen or played with a sphero? There’ll be a few to play with and explore at the event, but Jon will be talking about the increasing popularlity of robots tied to Bluetooth and mobile devices.|
|12:00p – 1:00p||LUNCH|
|1:00p – 1:45p||Josh Michaels – Live your dream NOW|
|Josh Michaels is an independent app developer and photographer whose greatest accomplishment has been getting by for over 4 years without a job. Josh created the artistic apps Magic Window, Earthlapse, and Tahoe Blue for iOS and Mac as well as the deviant 4X platinum hit Ow My Balls! In addition to taking pictures and making apps Josh applies his passion for software art to the pop-up iPad art show “Future/Canvas” which will be on display at the event.In this talk Josh will take you on a journey from frustrated Microsoft employee to freebird software artist with many interesting stops along the way including the creation of the first ever iPad art show. If you’ve dreamt of leaving your job to follow your dreams but have never quite been able to make it happen this talk is for you.|
|2:00p – 2:45p||Mike Lee – Insane and Back Again.|
|Just a few years ago, Mike Lee was a perfectly sane, if slightly flamboyant, Apple engineer. That is, until he ventured from the hallowed halls of Infinite Loop to see a bit of the world.What followed was a multi-year adventure of meeting new people, having new experiences, and being exposed to new ideas.There’s no sense putting yourself out there if you aren’t willing to let yourself be a little “out there,” suspending disbelief and rational thought, at least for a little while.
But all such periods must come to an end, and when they do, we’re left wondering what was real, what really happened, and what, if anything, any of it means.
We’ll explore the spiritual side of programming, looking at the universe and our place within it, as App Makers, as engineers, as artists.
Join the World’s Toughest Programmer in this unique and candid look at technology from the edge of insanity, at the only technology conference in the world where “the crazy ones” are still welcome.
|3:30p – 6:00p||Straggler dinner/ Wrap up fun at Mama’s Mexican Kitchen.|