The future of tech and how to keep in touch while it evolves

Building and leading communities, one of the common pitfall many people fall in whiles trying to gain grounds in technology has to do with learning every new thing they hear of. It is quite clear that these people think they are doing the right thing until they realize years have passed by and yet they can't build a single project with their knowledge gained. As several people share their stories with me about the same problem, I notice I was in their shoes for my first two years career. In this session, we will address how people who find their self in this category can progress while staying up to date with all new technologies.

Dawood Iddris

Dawood Iddris

Software & co founder Techloud Inc, Backend Developer Effect Studios, Microsoft Student Partner

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