Use Design Thinking To Get Your Next Job in Tech

How does design thinking work in practice? Leaders at Stanford University’s d.School claim that "Design thinking is a methodology for creative problem solving.” What happens when the real-world problem that you’re trying to solve is landing a job in technology?

Before this session: “How do I land that next job in technology?” said the Career Changer

After this session: “How might we design a process for finding that next job in technology?” said the Career Changer armed with Design Thinking

In this session: We’ll explore the process of applying Design Thinking to a career in technology. The presentation will be focused on advancing your career in technology regardless of your current skill set or level of experience.

This presentation is open to anyone who is looking to advance their career in technology. All you have to do is register and show up. We’ll take it from there. Only one request… Please arrive with an open mind.

About the Presenter:

Adrian Cunanan is a seasoned Product Leader. He has worked in technology since 2002, which is pretty much the stone ages. His experience has ranged from coding, design, and entrepreneurship. He’s worked with entrepreneurs from Y Combinator, 500 Startups, and Startup Leadership. He's helped to provide product design and development services for founders to move faster with their product idea and build a viable business in the most efficient way. He currently serves as Director of Product for Blue Mesa Health, a venture-funded startup in New York City.

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