Sally M. Solaymantash on LOST
November 22, 8:00am - 9:15am CET. Hosted at Laboratoire Bâle
part of a series on Lost
About the speaker
Sally M. Solaymantash on LOST At the age of 9, Sally decided to become a computer scientist. So, she did. “Combining both my analytical and creative thinking seemed to be a marriage made in heavens to me!” The Iranian-British-American IT expert has been working on many projects, in different industries and corporate businesses across the globe – and she’s deeply dissatisfied with what she has seen.
On 22 November Sally is going to speak about the consequences and dangers of lost enterprise knowledge due to the current approach to software development. Sounds abstract? Well, Sally is going to show us how we’re all affected by it. Like: ALL OF US.
The approach to software development has not changed since conception, but today’s needs are far greater and more complex than ever before. Sadly, failures have become today’s norm. What is lost by technology? Listen to Sally and hear how she plans to turn the technology world on its head: “This is no evolution; get ready for a revolution.”