Join Us for Pancakes and a Live Q&A at TC Sessions: Enterprise
The New Stack is coming to TechCrunch Sessions: Enterprise and we’re bringing pancakes. Who likes pancakes? And prizes?
Here’s the plan:
- Register for TC Sessions: Enterprise. (Use the code TNS30 to get 30% off the conference registration price.)
- Arrive at the YBCA on Mission Street for the breakfast spread. Pancake buffet starts at 7:45 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 5.
- Get your ticket for a prize and stack up on pancakes.
- As we like to say, “Come have a short stack with The New Stack!”
Then comes the conversation. It’s Q&A time.
At 8:15 a.m., The New Stack Founder and Publisher Alex Williams takes the stage as the moderator and host of the panel discussion. Our topic for TC Sessions: Enterprise: The People and Technology You Need to Build a Modern Enterprise. For companies that have existing IT built on heavyweight compute, storage and networking, the shift to application-centric models is entirely new. And it is the developers, software engineers and veteran technologists with the right technical backgrounds who are energizing enterprise software by developing application architectures and tools for at scale development and management.
We’ll start with intros of our speakers and then dive into the topic with Sid Sijbrandij, founder and CEO, GitLab, and Frederic Lardinois, enterprise reporter and editor, TechCrunch, as our initial panelists. More panelists to come.
Then it’s time for questions. Questions we could see getting asked (hint, hint): Who’s on your team? What makes a great technical team for the enterprise startup? What are the observations a journalist has about how the enterprise is changing? What about when the time comes for AI? Who will I need on my team?
And just before 9 a.m., we’ll pick a ticket out of the hat and announce our raffle winner. It’s the perfect way to start the day.
On a side note, the pancake breakfast discussion will be published as a podcast on The New Stack Analysts.
But there’s only one way to get a prize and network with fellow attendees. And that’s by registering for TC Sessions: Enterprise and joining us for a short stack with The New Stack.