I am moderating a panel at Silicon Valley Code Camp 2012 on “Working For Equity.” Here is the session description:
Panel discussion with three software startup CEOs offering their perspective on the practical realities of starting and growing a company. This session is for both aspiring and active entrepreneurs, it will outline important tips and issues to consider if you are investing your time in a startup. Each panelist will give a 5 minute lightning talk on background and lessons learned, followed by a group Q&A session with the audience.
This will be the third year I have moderated this panel; the last two years it’s been very popular and we normally have a great conversation with the audience after some brief introductory remarks by each panel member.
Silicon Valley Code Camp is an amazing experience that has improved each of the five years that I have attended. It’s held at Foothill College (12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022) and this year will convent the weekend of Saturday October 6th and Sunday October 7th.
Register your interest in attending Code Camp at http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/Register.aspx
Register your interest in attending the “Working for Equity” session at
Here are blog posts about the panel sessions from 2011 and 2010