develop.idaho 2017

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Name: develop.idaho 2017
Date: September 13, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM MDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

The 7th annual develop.idaho event is an industry-led event created to promote and support the software community in Idaho, focusing on how emerging technologies are driving growth in Idaho’s economy. While other events teach the “How” of software and hardware development, develop.idaho answers the “Why” by highlighting the people and solutions driving our economy.
 
Designed to coalesce Idaho's software professionals -- developers, business professionals, designers, entrepreneurs and students -- in a collaborative and fun atmosphere, while showcasing some of the area’s top industry companies and talent. Attendees can hear local and out-of-state visionaries and thought leaders speak on industry topics impacting their work and community. 

Keynote Speakers

  • Bob Lokken, founder and former CEO of ProClarity and WhiteCloud
  • Joe Atkin, President of Owlet Baby Care, Inc.

 
SCHEDULE

Opening Remarks –
Jay Larsen, President, Idaho Technology Council & Von Hansen, ITC Chair
 
Josh Nelson, Partner-Senior Counsel, Perkins Coie LLP
1:00 – 1:10 pm
Mainstage
Room 400A/B
Opening Keynote –
Bob Lokken, founder and former CEO of ProClarity and WhiteCloud
1:10 – 1:40 pm
Mainstage
Room 400A/B
Mainstage Panel - Cybersecurity Panel
Cybersecurity: The Time is Now – Building Security Into an Embedded, Cloud, and Agile World
Moderator: Alden Sutherland (MWI Animal Health AmerisourceBergen)
Panelists: Dan DeCloss (Scentsy), Mackenzie Brown (Optiv Inc.|Enterprise Incident Management Consulting), Shawna Hofer (St. Luke’s), Clark Harshbarger (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
1:40 – 2:30 pm
Mainstage
Room 400A/B
Transition Time to Breakout Session Rooms 2:30 – 2:35 pm
Breakouts Sessions 2:35 – 3:25 pm
Hype vs. Reality: How to Unlock Real Business Value with Machine Learning
Moderator: Erick Herring (Vynyl)
Panelists: Axel Magnuson (Google), Shawn Hall (ZDTA), Conrad Kennington (Kount), Tim Long (Micron Technology) 
Room 400C
VR/AR: The Future of Immersive Technologies and Your Place In It
Moderator: Ryan DeLuca (Black Box VR)
Panelists: Dr. Anthony Ellertson (Boise State University), David Cleverdon (360 Immersive), Markus Nigrin (Blocksmith), Nick Crabbs (Vynyl), Duane Mathes (Black Box VR)
Room 420B
 
Mobility Demands—A Futuristic Approach
Moderator: Fran Caprai (Amalgamated Sugar)
Panelists: Wayne Hartman (Idaho Central Credit Union), David Hofacker (Preco), Pat Sewall (Forsta), Dan VanOrden (IdeaRoom Technologies)
Mainstage
Room 400A/B
Networking Break 3:25 – 3:45 pm
Breakouts Sessions 3:45 – 4:35 pm
Ubiquitous AI – How Far Away Are We From C-3PO?
Moderator: Paul Berg, Sr. (INL)
Panelists: Josh Johnston (Kount), Mike Dougherty (Jelli), Dan Skinner (Natural Intelligence)
Mainstage
Room 400A/B
The Future of Design: Tools, Trends and Techniques That Will Define the Designs of Tomorrow
Moderator: Brian Wiley (Boise State University)
Panelists: Jenny Ryan (Vynyl) Natalie Mikysova (Micron Technology), Jason Hessing (Healthwise), Loren Morris (TSheets)
Room 400C
IoT Cloud Computing and An Evolving Horizon
Moderator: Perry Lea (Cradlepoint)
Panelists: Erin-Todd Hansen (Healthwise), John Kennedy (Truckstop.com), Shauna Della (J.R.Simplot), David Romeo (Allata), Brent Pipal, Microsoft Big Data Cloud Principal Technologist
Room 420B
Transition Time to Mainstage Room 400A/B 4:35 – 4:40 pm
Afternoon Keynote
Joe Atkin, President of Owlet Baby Care, Inc.
4:35 – 5:05 pm
Mainstage
Room 400A/B
Closing Remarks
Jay Larsen, President, Idaho Technology Council
5:05 – 5:15 pm
Mainstage
Room 400A/B
Truckstop.com Cocktail Mixer
Natural Intelligence
Jelli
Uledger
Versabuilt
Forsta
5:15 – 7:00 pm
420A/B
 

 

 

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Location:
Boise Centre East, Boise, Idaho
Date/Time Information:

September 13, 2017
Boise Centre (East), on the Grove 

Contact Information:
Christina Slaughter
Fees/Admission:

Members $35

Nonmembers are $45

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