One Hundred Languages: moving towards a more humane tech industry,
Principles of Play: If code is the colouring pens and lego blocks of our times - the tools of creation - how do we teach the curiosity, joy and wonder to our kids?
Magical, but not magic: Preparing our children for a world where every problem is a computer problem – Enabling them to engage, influence and build beautiful, better and perhaps a little whimsical World.
No maps, only compasses: How to navigate the new frontiers of technology
Linda Liukas I Keynote Speaker
Linda is a programmer, storyteller and illustrator from Helsinki, Finland. Her book series Hello Ruby introduces the whimsical world of technology for kids and has been translated to over 25 languages. Hello Ruby made its debut on Kickstarter and quickly smashed its $10,000 funding goal after just 3.5 hours and gathering 380 000 dollars in total funding. Her TED talk has gathered over 1.5 million views. Linda is a central figure in the world of programming and has worked on edutech already before it was called that. She is the founder of Rails Girls, a global phenomenon teaching the basics of programming for young women all over the world. Further, she believes that code is the 21st century literacy and the need for people to speak the ABC of Programming is imminent. She believes our world is increasingly run by software and we need more diversity in the people who are building Linda has studied in business, design and engineering in Aalto University and product engineering in Stanford University.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
Linda Liukas - Keynote Speaker
Author and illustrator of the popular children’s book series “Hello Ruby”, Linda Liukas is one of the most influential names in technology, education and policy. Combining technology with storytelling Linda aims to transform the reputation of coding into a tool for creativity. Linda has been Listed in Forbes Top 50 Women in Tech Europe 2018 and was Global Expo Finalist in Dubai 2020.