Ignite Seattle 22 is next Wednesday, November 20th at Town Hall. You can buy tickets now to reserve your place. This is our list of speakers, though not neceassarily in the order they are speaking.
Steve Roth – Five Things You Don’t Know About Hamlet
Mandy Sorensen (@mandercrosby) – Superbugs: It’s What’s for Dinner.
Manuhuia Barcham – What Do You Mean the Culture is Different Here?!?
Lewis Lin (Lewis_Lin) – Negotiate Like an Angry Bride
Michael Grabham (@survivestreets) – Hey Mister, Can You Spare a Dime?
Paul Shoemaker (@paulshoeSVP) – Hacking Social Good: 3 Questions to Unlock Your Potential
Molly Bullard (@seattlephotoorg) – How to Tame Your Digital Photos
Hanne Ockert-Axelsson (@hanneoa) – Revolutionary Compassion
Christine Klimkowski (@c_klimkowski) – Ship That Matters
David Hoang (@davidhoang) – Coast-to-Coast: How to Live in Two Cities
Shannon Houghton (@MsHoughton) – We Need Math Pushers
Jeris JC Miller (@dakini_3) – Adventures with Google Glass
Darcy Burner (@DarcyBurner) – The Protest Algorithm
Sarah Schacht (@Sarahschacht) – I Got E. Coli so You Don’t Have To; How Open Data and Usability Can Prevent Food Poisoning
Shango Los (@VIMEA_grows) – Embrace Your Local Pot Farmer
Cristina McAllister (kinabutterjelly) – Reject to Lab Tech
Today (Oct. 11th) is the last day that you can submit your idea for an Ignite talk. At midnight tonight we will no longer be accepting talks and we will begin deliberating on who will make it into the next batch of presenters. Next month, November 20th, we will be back at Town Hall and we are looking forward to seeing everyone there, whether you are giving a talk or not.
Click the Submit Talk link and fill out the form and voila!, you’re done! It’s never too late to submit your talk. Well… until midnight tonight, then it definitely will be too late. Good luck!
We have finally posted the videos from the last Ignite, held at Fremont Outdoor Cinemas in August. We had a fantastic crop of talks, including The Geek Diet, Being a Tech Entrepreneur in Baghdad, and How Video Games are Like Kissing. Check out the entire playlist for a view of all the talks.
The next Ignite is Wednesday, November 20th and today is the last day to submit a talk. Get yours in tonight before the deadline!
Complete this form to submit a talk or nominate a friend. The next Ignite Seattle is November 20th. Details below.
This could be you!
Photo Credit: Morgen Schuler
Submission deadline: Friday, October 11th.
Event Location: Town Hall Seattle.
Tell us about your cool idea, hack, lesson, or “war stories.”
Don’t worry if you’re shy or an inexperienced speaker! We provide a couple speaker training sessions to help you craft your story and feel more confident about giving your talk.
We really want to hear from you! So complete this form and enlighten us (but make it quick!).
We’re looking forward to our 3rd Annual Outdoor Ignite this Sunday!
Below is a handy list of Things and Stuff you should know:
- Located at Fremont Outdoor Cinemas (3501 Phinney Ave. N, across from Brouwer’s and Theo Chocolate).
- Doors open at 7:00, talks start at 8:30(ish). Feel free to come and go.
- Admission is $5. If you bought a pre-sale ticket, please print out the ticket and bring it with you. Tickets are available here.
- Bring your own chairs and blankets!
- The event is all ages. Bring the kids!
- You can bring food and drinks, but no alcohol please.
You can check out the list of speakers here. See you Sunday!
The next Seattle Ignite is Sunday August 18th at the Fremont Outdoor Cinema. Tickets are $5.
Here is our list of amazing 5 minute talks and speakers:
- How video games are like kissing - Jenny Kuglin (@jenkuglin)
- Getting geeky about Civics - Web Hutchins (@civicsforall)
- Where my girls at? (Or, How one obvious “discovery” revolutionized my world view) -Maris McEdward (@mmcedward)
- Gleaning molten lessons – What I learn from Glass – Pallavi Garg
- Wobbling Is Normal – Laura Lantz
- High school majority: I like pink, but I that doesn’t mean I cant think – Riyanka Ganguly-
- Going Fast on One Wheel – Bruce Dawson
- Being a Tech Entrepreneur in Baghdad - Othmane Rahmouni (@othmaner)
- The Geek Diet – Dan Shapiro (danshapiro)
- From Refugee to Technologist: How I’ve Used Software to Persevere - Tai Pham
- Tap me on the shoulder if you’d like to chat - Jason Simon (@jasonasimon)
- Urinals. A Political and Aesthetic Expression – Christian Hagel-Sorensen (chrhage)
- How to write your own user manual - Heidi Miller
- An hour of coding for every student in America - James Gwertzman (gwertz)
- Baby, I Was Born This Way! (Or Why A Polish Psychologists Let Me Know I’m Sane Amy Voros (coachaddamy)
(Note: this is not necessary the order speakers will appear)