Topconf Tallinn 2017

TRACK

Disruption

Digital Disruption, Health, Learning, Finance & Banking, Transport, Agriculture, Space, e-Government, News, Entertainment, Gaming, Arts, ...

"Software is eating the world" - more and more disruptive changes are based on software innovations. They deliver a lot of amazing opportunities in many areas of our lives, but also raise the bar in terms of ethics for software developers. Not everything that can be done with today's technologies should be done. In this track we will take a deeper look at some the required responsibilities and the possibilities that come with the disruptive changes. We will also shed some light on the related conflict areas and ethics - how can software developers act to live up to the required responsibility?


Different angles:
- What to focus on a path of building a disruptive product?
- How to manage the risk of being disrupted as a successful traditional business?
- How to contribute most as an engineer in a company with an aim to change the world? 

Hosts

Mihkel Nõges

Product Engineer
TransferWise
Mihkel is a senior full stack product engineer building the core services in TransferWise. His goal is to find ways to maintain the speed of introducing new features while raising the quality and security of the whole system. The teams of TransferWise More

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2017-11-15, 10:20

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2017-11-15, 11:10

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2017-11-15, 13:40

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2017-11-15, 14:10

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2017-11-15, 14:25

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2017-11-15, 15:10

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