VP product Management, PTC
Hedley Apperly BSc (Hons) MA, is a VP of Solution Management at PTC, responsible for Model-based Systems Engineering. He has graduate and post graduate qualifications in engineering, computing & strategic marketing, backed up with 20 years of senior product management experience in the modeling tools domain. Hedley is an author and visionary on methodologies, modeling and reuse. He is also a member of the OMG Board of Director and has been actively involved in defining industry standards such as UML, SysML and ReqIF. He was involved in writing Component Based Development for Enterprise Systems (1998 Cambridge University Press). Hedley also co-authored Component Based Software Engineering; Putting the Pieces Together (1999, Addison-Wesley) and Service- and Component-based Development; Using the Select Perspective and UML (2002, Addison Wesley.)
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Editor-In-Chief, Wired Magazine
Nicholas Thompson is an American journalist and editor, currently the editor-in-chief of Wired Magazine. Before that, Thompson was a journalist at The New Yorker magazine, where he was the editor of newyorker.com.
Chief Technology Officer of the United States
Aneesh Paul Chopra is an American executive who served as the first Chief Technology Officer of the United States. He was appointed in 2009 by President Barack Obama and was at the White House through 2012.
Founder & CEO, Girls Who Code
Reshma Saujani is an American lawyer and politician. She is the founder of the tech organization Girls Who Code. She was previously the Deputy Public Advocate at the Office of the New York City Public Advocate.
President & CEO, PTC
Jim Heppelmann is the president and chief executive officer of PTC, responsible for driving the company’s global business strategy and operations. He also serves on PTC’s Board of Directors.
Bestselling Author and Director at MIT
Erik Brynjolfsson is Director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, Professor at MIT Sloan School, and Research Associate at NBER. His research examines the effects of information technologies on business strategy, productivity and performance, digital commerce, and intangible assets.