PayPal Launches New Speaker Series: TechXploration
We are delighted to announce a brand new speaker series from PayPal: TechXploration – a conversation with technology thought leaders on current, relevant and thought-provoking topics we are all thinking about. While the presenters will be captivating, this is also an opportunity to network with like-minded technologists, while having fun!
We plan to run these around once a month. If you want to learn, network, debate or simply just listen, TechXploration will bring you closer to the issues and leaders that are shaping technology today and for the future.
We are privileged to have industry guru Simon Phipps as our first TechXploration speaker on May 15th. Simon is a well-known and respected leader in the free/open source software community and a director at Open Source Initiative (OSI), as well as an influential writer and blogger. He has also been involved on a strategic level at some of the world’s leading technology companies, including IBM and Sun Microsystems. Simon will discuss a variety of issues related to open source, its history and present day significance.
So come and join us on the PayPal campus on May 15th for an informative, provocative and fun event! It’s free and open to the public, but space is limited, so please register here and tell your friends!
TechXploration Speaker Series
Tuesday, May 15th from 7-9pm
PayPal Campus @ Town Hall
San Jose, CA 95131
See you there!
–Nik Sathe, Vice President of Enterprise Architecture and Infrastructure, PayPal
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