Once again, it will be my privilege to keynote what’s become the annual June session on entrepreneurial opportunities in software at the Caltech/MIT Enterprise Forum. This year’s topic, Betting Your Company On An Internet Platform?, was not actually defined by me — but I couldn’t have picked a subject that gets me more interested in sharing my thoughts, and participating in the moderated panel discussion that will follow my remarks on the morning of Saturday, June 14.
If you’re anywhere in the very broad Los Angeles area, I assure you that an early Saturday morning drive to Pasadena will redefine your expectations for how quickly the freeways can get you somewhere. Please join us (sorry, the event is not free, but it’s cheap for full-time students) at 8 a.m. for continental breakfast outside the lecture hall.
If you know you’re coming, and I can put together a group of reasonable size, an insider’s tour of some of the facilities at nearby JPL is also a possibility, so please leave a comment here if you’d be interested: we’ll see if it can be made to happen.