Everyone has a valuable perspective, regardless of the stage of their company because they bring their prior experience to the role and the group. Our goal is to reduce the barriers of those people talking to each other.
How it works
In an unconference-style format, the discussion topics are contributed and voted upon by the attendees. We solicit questions in advance so that we can better understand what you would like to discuss, and so that we can make the day as productive as possible. We will send out submitted topics one week before the event.
The discussion topics are selected via an unconference-style voting process at the beginning of the day. The votes determine how we schedule the day--the number of concurrent tracks, and which topics will be discussed when. The schedule will be fluid and we'll make adjustments throughout the day as needed.
Each breakout session runs 45 minutes. We expect to run multiple breakout groups per session. At the end of each session, we will reconvene as a group for a 15 minute recap period where we'll ask participants to share three highlights from their discussion
The unconference philosophy means that we believe that rather than hiring an expert to speak top-down, engineers building the future of decentralized technology should be talking to each other. During this technical, engineering oriented unconference, people bring questions and lessons learned. They share knowledge with each other through breakout sessions, storytelling, and one-on-ones. There are tremendous benefits to this approach. It creates a collaborative space where topics and questions we couldn’t have anticipated can be addressed by a group of practitioners with broad perspectives