Agile Wrocław Silicon Valley Special
Have you ever thought about the role communities like ours play in achieving success? Do you value networking? Have you ever started a business with somebody you came across on the meetup? Do you imagine hundreds of startups leaving in the same place, sharing knowledge, helping each other in finding the best talent or getting next round of funding? What if Silicon Valley being perceived as the best place to start a startup is mainly driven by the strength of communities there?
Come and join the discussion!
Guest: Ed Cortis (https://www.linkedin.com/in/edcortis): CTO @ RocketSpace
Ed was once the CIO of Lonely Planet, one of the first companies in Australia to fully embrace agile delivery methodologies. He’s also run large (300+ ppl) software delivery organisations for banks & online gambling companies. Ed has delivered complex technology projects in Asia, Europe, Australia and North America, often rolling up his sleeves and getting it done himself. Since he’s worked in startups, companies at inflection points and large corporates, he knows what it takes to grow, he’s made mistakes, learnt and knows what good looks like.
Having found his moral compass he’s now the CTO of RocketSpace, helping to build the environment where the best ideas in the world can grow the fastest.