Microsoft’s Original Whizz Kids:
Come hear from one of Microsoft’s earliest employees, Bob Greenberg!
Bob Greenberg’s career began with self-taught machine language programming of a DEC PDP-8e while in high school, and went on to such highlights as a degree from, and teaching at, Harvard University, consulting for The RAND Corporation, AT&T and others, the creation of an Institute for Artificial Intelligence, and running a company producing Country Club and sports reservation software. He has now invested in several small high-tech start-up companies, while also being heavily involved in giving back to his community through several non-profit leadership positions. As his presentation will light-heartedly show, there is much to be learned from his also being one of the first employees at Microsoft, then another small high-tech start-up company.
Thursday, March 21
5 – 8:00 p.m.
5301 NW 33rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Registration: $55.00 per person
SFTA Standard Member: $25.00 per person
SFTA Premier Member: $15.00
Students: $10.00 (must use .edu email address when registering)
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