SF New Tech

On Wednesday, I went to the SF New Tech. This is the biggest monthly technology event in San Francisco. It is not for free. If you want to come to the SF New Tech, you will have to pay between USD 15 and USD 30. This depends upon the time you book your tickets – the earlier, the better. Usually, the conference is sold out pretty quickly.

At the SF New Tech, people are gathering to network. And to see some new technology start-ups. After 2 hours of networking, there will usually be 5 or 6 new start-ups coming to the stage and to present their new products.

My new company VersionEye was one of them.

This is Myles Weissleder. He has been organizing the conference for many years. And he is doing a great job.

Every start-up has 10 mins on the big stage, 5 mins for a live demo …

.. and 5 mins for questions & discussions.

At the SF New Tech, you are not allowed to use PowerPoint. You have to show a live demo! I like that 🙂

I got a lot of feedback and I am learning what the community wants and what it doesn’t want.And I am also learning what people are willing to pay for it.

I will present our solution again pretty soon at another conference here in the Bay Area.

Published by Robert Reiz

CEO @ VersionEye. Passionated software developer since 1998.

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