Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, Inc., will be speaking in Edinburgh this August at the Turing Festival. This is a great opportunity to attend this festival and hear his inspirational story of how he, along with Steve Jobs, created not only a great company but a world-changing industry. It is only £20 per place and is a unique opportunity to see one of the great computing pioneers.
As you may well know Apple is currently the world’s most valuable public company by market cap, currently valued at $560bn (ahead of Exxon, Microsoft and Wal-Mart).
This event at the Edinburgh Playhouse marks the opening day of the Turing Festival 23 – 25. August. The festival brings together science arts, culture and technology, with events on gaming, human exploration, citizen science, startups, mobile, media, music, medicine and more. See the Tickets page to reserve places on any of the events. There are no full event tickets, only individual tickets starting at free with most events priced at £15. The Interactive Scotland Connected World £50 ticket gives access to that day conference at the Dynamic Earth.
See the Turing Festival site for location and accomodation information.
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