With nearly one million unfilled tech jobs and only 60,000 computer science graduates entering the workforce each year, businesses are experiencing a greater need for tech talent than ever before.
Is it possible that our idea of what defines a capable technologist is contributing to the talent crisis? In this panel of industry experts, we will explore myths about hiring tech talent to help you secure tomorrow’s workforce.
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Niema Alimohammadi, Senior Manager at EY
Ariel Lopez, CEO of Knac
Brian Williams, Manager of UX Engineering at Google
Brian is an engineering manager and consultant focused on the end-user’s experience. For the past 7 years Brian has been at Google, where he’s managed engineers, designers, researchers, and program managers within Google’s Cloud division. At Google, Brian has also served as a hiring manager, an interviewer, and on multiple hiring committees. With more than 20 years experience in technology industries, ranging from IT Consulting to Digital Agencies, Brian’s past clients include Nike, Volkswagen, Delta Airlines, Bethesda Softworks, Ubisoft, and the US Postal Service.