Chances are you are building software for a business to use or sell, or both. It’s likely that there is a board of directors involved making decisions that affect you and your software. This talk aims to give you a personal insight into what it’s like to be a CTO on a startup’s board in the hope that it gives you another perspective on ‘the business’ and helps you become a more rounded developer.
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Software Development – a view from the Boardroom
Alan has been working in the tech space for over 20 years. During this time, he has risen to the heady heights of CTO in a number of startups, including one that was sold to a FTSE listed business and another that he has helped grow from zero to employing about 70 people.