For the third year in a row I will moderate a panel of startup founders sharing lesson learned bootstrapping a technology startup at Silicon Valley Code Camp. This “Working for Equity” session will be on Sunday Oct 7 at 9:15am.
Here is the announcement
Many of us in Silicon Valley seek to found or be an early employee at a technology startup. If you aspire to create a startup come take part in a conversation with four startup founders about what’s really involved in leaving your day job and striking out on your own or with partners. The startup founders range from serial entrepreneurs to first-time CEOs, they will share their vision, drive and passion as they discuss the nuts and bolts of following their dreams to building something that will change the world.
- Lenny Greenberg CTO of Assityx, Inc.
Lenny Greenberg is founder and CTO of Assistyx, leading developer of assistive communication products, including the award-winning TapToTalk app that help individuals with physical and mental challenges reach their full potential. A serial entrepreneur, Lenny has led organizations in planning and developing advanced technology-based products.
- Ruoting Sun, co-founder of Temvi, Inc.
Ruoting Sun is co-founder of Temvi, a Mountain View based startup focused on simplifying social discovery. Temvi enables users to easily find, share, and experience cool events that are happening around them, based on their interests and passions. Routing is a first time entrepreneur heading a team of 5 others in creating a mobile app for social discovery.
- Sam King, CEO of ExpressMango, Inc.
After working as a key contributor to many startups, Sam King co-founded Express Mango, a the social networking appointment system. Express Mango’s online scheduling and appointment reminders reduce no shows. The facebook virtual receptionist helps grow your business 24/7/365.
- Giacomo Vacca, CEO of Kinetic River, Corp.
Giacomo Vacca founded Kinetic River to focus on products and services at the intersection of laser optics, microfluidics and medical diagnostic devices. He earned his B.A. and M.A. in Physics from Harvard University, and his Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University. His most recent honors are having been elected to Senior Member of the Optical Society of America and to Research Fellow of the Volwiler Society at Abbott Laboratories.
- Moderator: Sean Murphy, CEO of SKMurphy Inc.
Sean Murphy has taken an entrepreneurial approach to life since he could drive. His firm specializes in early stage and emerging market technology companies who are challenged either by new product introduction or the need to diversify beyond their initial success.
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. There is no charge to attend.
Register your interest in attending Code Camp at http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/Register.aspx
Register your interest in attending the Sunday Oct 7 9:15am “Working for Equity” session at