A Startup? – No piece of cake! | Vladimir Danila | TEDxUniMannheim İndir

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  • 23 Eki 2018

  • As a student aged 18 years old, Vladimir Danila will tell you what are the lessons learned when being a student at day and startup founder at night. By sharing the story of founding his start-up in 2017. Vladimir will lead us through his process of founding his first start up, the development of his App and the ups and downs of the process. Besides, the most telling experience is the ways he overcame his struggles of always being the youngest in all these events. At the end you might be inspired by this young man and has courage to turn your dream or a small idea into reality! Vladimir Danila is one of two co-founders of Linearity GmbH. At the beginning of 2010, eight years ago, he started development of Vectornator Pro, a vector graphic software for IOS. Today, the 18-year-old student is already looking back on a series of remarkable experiences and successes. In 2015, among only a few students worldwide, Vladimir became eligible to enter the Microsoft Student Partner Program and received the Special Achievement Award in 2016. In 2017 he won the first award in computer science at the biggest student science competition in Europe “Jugend forscht” and the third award at Intel ISEF, the biggest precollege science competition in the world. Vladimir Danila speaks at conferences on iOS and Swift topics regularly. Topics like artificial intelligence keep him up at night and interest the young developer like nothing else. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx