Well, Seattle, you did it again. You made the Ignite Seattle organizers job of selecting 16 talks very difficult. There were 66 talk submissions and any 16 would have made for a great Ignite. Thanks again to everyone who submitted a talk or encouraged others to do so.
Here is most of the speaker list. As always, order is to be determined.
- Dead 2.0 – Jeremy Dragt
- From Tech to Texas – Jack Timmons
- Sofas Are (not) Scary – Rebecca West
- Embracing Obstacles As Opportunities – Alicia Crank
- The Unusual History of Volunteering – Amy Faulkner
- Leading the Majority Minority – Eugene Hsu
- If You Want to Create Change, Host a Pageant! – Abari Charles
- 4 Signs Your Friend or Loved One Is a Birder – Jeremy Schwartz
- How to Make Seattle Your Own in 10 Easy Steps – Monica Guzman
- How to Stay Calm Around Impossibly Annoying People – Susan Fee
- Disruptive Play: The Trickster in Politics and Culture – Shepherd Siegel
- Doorstops & Bicycles: Why We Humans Keep Making Things – Jeremy Bowen
- Sleeping with Specters — How Designing the Dead Changed My Life – Patrick Blanchard
- Robots are Not Coming for Your Job and We’re All Going to be Okay – Patrick Rauland
- The Proximity Principle (and why you’ll probably become best friends with the person sitting next to you) – Rupi Sureshkumar
We will keep you posted when more talks are confirmed.
Pro Tip: Buy your tickets now we think this one will sell out!