[In Person] How to Speak Tech

5:30 pm — 7:00 pm
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Harvard Innovation Labs
Cloud. Back-end. Front-end. Database. Server. API. What does it all mean? Come to this session to learn the basics behind how to talk to developers and what you should speak about to get your website, app, or other type of software built. We’ll break down how the internet works and what that means for startup founders and aspiring web/app developers. This workshop is perfect for any non-technical founder and other aspiring entrepreneurs who need a primer to help them communicate with, evaluate, and manage developers.
Topics discussed will include:
* Back-end vs Front-end
* Databases and Servers
* Open-source
* Apps vs. Websites
* Language vs. Framework
* API’s and Libraries
* And what the heck is a STACK?
Speaker: Phil Greenwald
Phil Greenwald is the founder and CEO of HiWave. He frequently lectures on technology, entrepreneurship, software development, and other tough tech topics (AI, VR, Blockchain, etc…).  He’s actually an i-lab staff alum. Before starting HiWave, he was the Associate Director of Technology and Lead Technology advisor at Harvard Innovation Labs.  He built and managed the i-lab’s Augmented and Virtual Reality Studio and also oversaw the creation of the i-lab’s technology Development department. Prior to his time at the i-lab, he founded Code Undercover, the world’s first coding school in which students learn to code by building their own product idea.

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[In Person] How to Speak Tech
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