Lecture: David Pavlik at CIO Kiwi.com – Learning of first principles matters
20. září 2018, 18:00–19:00 (Uložit do kalendáře)
Fakulta informatiky MU, posluchárna D3, Botanická 554/68A
To be really successful in your career not only you need to understand the business context, but you need to understand the fundamentals of the domain you are working in. In this lecture, we are going to walk you through multiple examples of how college education was successfully applied in various disciplines at world’s most successful companies. We will talk about the application of building your own grammar, discuss how deep knowledge of statistics can increase the revenue of your business or save lives, and why you should understand programming language principles. The objective of this lecture is to set the context for why it does matter to spend the next few years in college.
Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University, Botanicka 68a, Brno
lecture hall D3, September 20th, 2018, 18:00
About the speaker:
David graduated at Faculty of Informatics, MU in 2001. He then worked in variety of roles, ranging from Service Delivery Lead at Microsoft, Technical Program Manager at Amazon.com, Engineering Manager at Netflix or various software roles at SpaceX. Most recently he is back to Brno and enjoying working as Chief Information Officer with an amazing team of Kiwi.com.
The lecture will be given in English.