Every day at Trulia, we’re testing the limits of what we can do – from our coding practices and implementation of AI to our marketing and communications efforts – and talking about it with the world. In fact, once again, many of Trulia’s leaders teamed up with other industry titans to submit speaking proposals for the 2018 South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference in Austin, Texas, and we need your help. A major factor in landing a speaking role is determined by public voting. Which means, we need your votes!
From the future of cities to computer vision and code modernization, we’re covering it all. Check out our proposed talks and help us bring these discussions to life by voting for one or all of them:
Computer Vision: From Seeing to Believing
Trulia’s VP of Data Engineering, Deep Varma, is teaming up with tech leaders from Pinterest and Zappos to address the future of computer vision (the act of computers seeing images) and break down hype versus reality. Want to hear more? Vote: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/78702
How Driverless Cars May Change Cities, Jobs, Homes
Everyone’s talking about driverless cars, but have you really thought about what that means for your city, job and perhaps most importantly, your home? Trulia’s Chief Economist, Ralph McLaughlin, along with leaders from Indeed and Ford will tackle these questions and more head on. Learn what this could mean for you by voting: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/78750
Codeasaurus: Keeping an Edge With Old Tech
Trulia’s VP of Engineering, Jeff McConathy, with executive engineers from Slack and Yelp will share how to traverse code modernization while still being innovative and attractive to talent. No matter how young or old your company is, tech debt management is important. You’ll want to hear this discussion. Vote: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/71336
Corporate Speak When Your Consumers are “Woke AF”
As consumers become more socially conscious and politically active, company leaders today are expected to have an opinion on hot-button issues such as Black Lives Matter or LGBTQ+ rights. But, how can executives give careful statements and be authentic? Trulia’s VP of Communications, Lynnette Bruno, joined by a senior communications professional from Adobe, will address how to help your execs navigate these treacherous waters. Vote to learn more: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/78741
How Data-Driven Brands Build Strong Relationships
Tech startups often reach their first customers through a data-driven approach. As brands seek to grow, marketers need to identify what matters emotionally to their customers and build powerful connections with them. Trulia’s VP of Marketing, Alissa Ritter, and the founder of Humankind Co. will host a workshop on how to make these connections. Vote: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/71339
Hope to see you in Austin!