Discover the things each CTO should keep in mind in the 21st century. Murat Ozturan, Technical Advisor, ex-CTO of APJ Services at Microsoft, explains why there will be no literate or illiterate people.
This presentation is a part of Glorium Technologies’ virtual summit titled “Startup CTO Summit 2023. From Code to Culture: The CTO’s Journey.” During the session, Murat discusses why the toughest of questions is “why.”
Here are the main points Murat covers:
- Drinking water from a fire hydrant.
- Next: …quantum? …AR? …VR? …
- Patterns, not patents
- Stay top of the “Why”
Surviving? Learn-Unlearn-Relearn is the only way for a CTO. With four decades of IT experience, Murat Ozturan is a technology strategist and keynote speaker who has lived in eight cities on four continents. Extensive background in IT and leadership, his career expanded over several industries, including finance, healthcare, and automotive. While a geek, he is known to solve business problems without geeking on technology. He started his career building IT solutions in Renault France for their Formula 1 team and moved to finance to develop award-winning solutions. He is a thirty-year veteran of Microsoft who worked in engineering, corporate and field technical leadership, focusing on databases, development and AI. He was part of the early development of business solutions on the cloud; he set the direction for the architecture of high-priority customer projects, developed and executed early technology adoption programs, built and supported technical communities, driving IP creation and usage, as well as contributing to overall quality assurance. Murat was involved in culture and methodologies since the beginning of Microsoft Services; he was instrumental in developing and adopting foundational principles which ultimately contributed to technology-aspired culture. Additional to his speaking engagements, he is the technical advisor to several startups.
You can get the full recording of the “Startup CTO Summit 2023. From Code to Culture: The CTO’s Journey” here.