Conference of Samday 2014- Future of sharing
When and where
7th April 12.30- 15.00 in Crafoordsalen, Holger Crafords ekonomicentrum building . Lunch included!
We will listen to three presentations regarding this years theme Future Of Sharing. The speakers come from three different companies. Gustav Jonsson from Podio, Murray Grigo-McMahon from Qlik and Eva Melin from Computer Sweden.
After the presentations a discussion will be held regarding the theme led by a discussion leader Michael Tiberg. After each presentation and the discussion you will have time to pose questions.
Michael Tiberg is from Foo Café and he has throughout his life created opportunities for people to meet and share their knowledge.
Ten years ago when he created the developer conference Øredev. Today he runs Foo café, a meeting place for people in IT, Media and Technology with 300 events per year. With the motto Learn + Create + Share.
To ensure your spot, apply below! To make sure you don’t miss out on your spot and your free lunch, be there at least 15 minutes in advance.
12:30 (..)- 13.35
Intro- Welcome to Samday 2014
Lecture by Gustav Jonsson from Podio (English)
Lecture by Murray Grigo-McMahon from Qlik (English)
Lecture by Eva Melin from Computer Sweden (Swedish)
Discussion led by Michael Tiberg from Foo Café (English)
Questions from students
“Fika” and mingle
Gustav has been with Podio for three years and has had different roles and responsibilities in the company during this time. Gustav is passionate about changing the way the world works and has strong beliefs that the youth of today can be instrumental in this major change process.
Podio is the new way to organize, communicate and get work done. More than 400,000 organizations use Podio to run projects and company departments. This includes everyone from small growing companies – using Podio to run their entire businesses – to innovative teams in enterprises. Podio speeds communication and provides the transparency and accountability needed for efficient teamwork, by enabling people to organize and track work in one easy-to-use place. Collaborating across companies is as easy as working internally with Podio, making it a favorite for managing projects and relationships with clients.
As an undergraduate I studied graphic design. Even as a graphic designer I saw myself as more of a facilitator and enabler, with a responsibility to the people who came in contact with my design not just those who commissioned it. This notion is essentially what lead me to UX. To design is to take responsibility for the experiences people have with your design. The trick is not to design in a bubble or simply for ones self. You have to approach it in a collaborative way, involving the people you are designing for and the experts from other disciplines. It’s not a case of a single artistic vision but a shared endeavor where the UX designer is the facilitator.
Qlik is committed to changing the world by making it easier to make more insightful decisions and act on them. The QlikView™ Business Discovery software platform helps organizations do more than just report findings. It enables them optimize data as a strategic resource, enabling everyone to make data a natural part of the decision-making process. QlikView uses Natural Analytics™ to support the way people naturally analyze information. It enables users to see associations, make comparisons and anticipate outcomes in a natural way, rather than forcing them down inflexible drill paths, like traditional business intelligence software. Users can ask their own questions to reveal new insights in their data. They can then make better decisions through active collaboration. And, finally, armed with these data-driven insights, they can act quickly with full confidence in their analysis.
Qlik is the leader in Business Discovery and serves approximately 30,000 diverse customers worldwide in over 100 countries.
Eva is responsible for advocacy and event journalism at Computer Sweden, and is also the one half of the CS podcast editorial. Eva is Swedish Language Consultant and before joining IDG, she was communications officer at the Norwegian-Swedish Company ODIN Fonder.
Computer Sweden is a part of IDG – Sweden’s and the worlds largest mediahouse within it/technology, environment and business. IDG in Sweden operates some 30 brands, including the leading portal IDG.se, Computer Sweden, Techworld, PC för Alla, M3, Miljöaktuellt and the industry trade site IT24.We are also dominant in the recruitment of IT professionals and managers and organizer of the industry-leading event like Webbdagarna och Sustainability Day.