Digital Orlando is highlighting the tremendous growth of the city's technology sector next week. They previously released a list of speakers that featured some of The City Beautiful's best and brightest tech minds and now we have a full schedule of events to look at.
The doors open at noon on April 10 for registration at the Orlando Science Center. Six hours packed with presentations, panel discussions, interactive exhibits, and networking opportunities will follow.
The first conference vent of the day begins at 1:15 and it is a talk meant to highlight Orlando's startup and innovation culture. There will then be a host of breakout sessions to follow from 2-5 p.m. address topics like design, cryptocurrency, brain drone technology and disruptive innovation.
Digital Orlando Event Shines Light On Brightest Tech Minds In The Area
Attendees will get advice about how to foster a community of innovation, corporate social responsibility and creating a culture of accountability. There will be late afternoon presentations that stress the importance of STEM outreach and having technology in early learning.
The day of conversation will conclude with a 5 p.m. keynote presentation by Miami-based Wyncode Academy co-founder Johanna Mikkola. Wincode is a leading accelerated learning program and the first school for coding in the country that the Florida Department of Education's Commission for Independent Education has licensed.
Following the keynote, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings will officially conclude Digital Orlando with his closing remarks. From 5:30-7 p.m. there will be a networking reception where professionals can share their takeaways from the day and make connections.
Individuals can still sign up for $65, while groups of ten can get in at a special rate of $500. Free passes for students are also available.