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Tech Talks Live | Selling Yourself To Get Your Foot in the Door

Posted by Michael C. Bertoni on  September 3, 2019

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Tech Talks Live with host Michael Bertoni, Founder & CEO, PhillyTech The show is 12.30pm on Wednesday September 4th, 2019. Add to your calendar or go here at 12.30 http://rvntv.tv/live-broadcast/ Check out all of our Tech Talks shows – http://rvntv.tv/channel/tech-talks/ The team at PhillyTech wanted to invite you to this show, “Selling Yourself to get your foot in the Door”. This show is for all people involved in software and technology. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN?
GraphQL is an open-source data query and manipulation language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling queries with existing data. GraphQL was developed internally by Facebook in 2012 before being publicly released in 2015.  GraphQL provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API, gives you the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more, makes it easier to evolve APIs over time, and enables powerful developer tools. Technical
This is a response to Sean Murphy’s question to Michael Bertoni on Philadelphia Startup Leaders (PSL) Listserv about optimizing your LinkedIn profile. Philadelphia Startup Leaders is one of the largest hubs for tech in Philly. To learn more about PSL go here. I’m using my LinkedIn Profile as a guide for this Blog. https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelbertoni33/ Sean Murphy’s Questions: Do you have a general checklist you can share for improving a LinkedIn profile for: A Startup Founder
Meisha Johnson puts out a segment weekly on LinkedIn called “Weekly Wisdom” and in this 1 minute video below she’s saying that it’s not possible for a person to be balanced if they are not balanced spiritually. You can click on the picture below or HERE to see her video. What follows below is a chat conversation on LinkedIn where I comment on her video, others ask me questions and then go on to explain
Michael C. Bertoni, Founder & CTO of PhillyTech, is defining Strategic Business Development (SBD) for the benefit of tech startup industry. His goal is to help tech startups create a competitive advantage, drive revenue, increase productivity, increase customer satisfaction and lower costs. According to Get2Growth, there are roughly 1.35M tech startups and 135,000 new companies are formed every year. Statistics show that their success rate is only 10%. SBD is one of the most important concepts