Moderated by: Larry Chiang, entrepreneur
Asse9 is pronounced asinine. We think it's dumb if you don't 100% of You Inc.
This networking session is for entrepreneurial duckies that took the first step (or are thinking of taking that first step)
My mentors book, "What They Don't Teach You at Harvard Business School", is about hacking entrepreneurship, reading peeps and sales. Copies at Amazon sell for $0.01. Twitter search: "#asse9"
Moderated by: Kristin Oberhaus
Are you a publisher or distributor of freeware, trialware, or shareware that needs monetization? Do you have software that already monetizes but needs distribution? Come meet with each other and get to know application providers looking for the same thing. At the same time, Josh and Kristin from W3i would like to help you connect people to applications and share our process and listen to you.
Moderated by: Lorenzo dell'Uva
mypage.it: extraordinary web for kids. The excellence and creativity of made-in-Italy applied to web 2.0 for kids.
Moderated by: Jabril Bensedrine
Offered by TRIANA LABS, a Tribeca-based business incubator made for existing companies based outside the East Coast and abroad. Selected members gain turnkey access to a NYC office & ecosystem (functional team, panel of experts, senior advisory board, growing network of angels and investors, great member companies for synergies and mutual mentoring). We ARE here to help you:)
Moderated by: Yehuda Jacobs
The dangers of SQL injection, and how to defend your website.
Moderated by: Susan Malaika
This session will showcase XQuery as a development language for Web applications.
Moderated by: Bonnie Sandy
Explore what is needed to serve and bridge a gaping ( and potentially lucrative) digital divide, getting technology into the hands of non traditional audiences! Understanding that, Culture + Creativity + Collaboration + Community = Commerce. Design your products to identify, reach develop and support untapped audiences! All while designing projects that do more with less resources!
Moderated by: Larry Chiang
This session is for anyone interested in getting the inside scoop about venture capital. This workshop addresses whether you should take money, how to get a meeting, what VCs are looking for, getting a VC to hustle for you before the meeting and more. Most of these views are edgy and the speakers are risking their reputation to mentor you.
Moderated by: Eric J Floe
The future generations of web2.0 applications will include reaching “out of the box” to interface with external processes. By bridging the gap between the computer, and hardware external to the computer we can enjoy a synergistic level of invention based technology.
Moderated by: Charles Knight
Charles Knight, editor of the blog AltSearchEngines and creator of The Top 100 Alternative Search Engines list, will present his current Top 100 search engines in 100 minutes. AltSearchEngines launched with a base of 1,000 search engines and has published almost 4,000 posts since then! Come and see the 100 most creative and innovative search engines in the world in this rapid fire presentation.
Moderated by: Alex Stamos and Chris Clark, iSEC Partners
Web 2.0 and social media companies continuously struggle with balancing moving fast and innovating with more mundane concerns around security and privacy. Let's get together and discuss ways that small groups can still build innovative solutions and systems without creating a huge security mess to deal with later. Please bring your war stories to share, especially the ones without happy endings.
Moderated by: Asher Snyder
This session will show you how to create your Web 2.0 apps faster and easier using NOLOH. NOLOH (Not One Line of HTML) allows you to develop your applications in a single language without having to worry about the usual problems that distract you from your core application. NOLOH takes care of the plumbing so you can spend more time on your business.
Moderated by: Russ Nelson
It’s about human behavior, not technology. Our devices should be the means—empowering our connections with each other—not an end in themselves. We understand ourselves through our relations with others, relations that are mediated by technology. What can we learn about ourselves and our customers from studying the patterns of behavior on social media sites?