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Our Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Andrew Smith Lewis is headed to Code Conference, the premier technology conference hosted by Re/Code, which starts next week on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Andrew will be there to meet old friends and partners and especially to check out the amazing lineup of speakers.

Code Conference is one of our favorite events of the year. Hosted by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, it’s consistently the destination for the industry’s best to gather and discuss the impact of technology on education, business, and the future—not to mention, it’s also where Andrew demoed iKnow, the first product ever developed at Cerego (watch the full demo here).

The 2015 lineup is stacked again this year; confirmed speakers include: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Evan Spiegel (Snapchat CEO), Mary Barra (General Motors CEO ), Marcelo Claure (Sprint CEO), Brian Cornell (Target CEO), Brendan Iribe (Oculus VR CEO ) and Jeff Williams (Apple SVP of Operations).

When it comes to networking, one challenge is knowing who you are talking to, so for fun we put together a Cerego set to help you learn the speakers and get more out of the conference. Do you know all of these folks? Start studying up with the set below and test your knowledge

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Andrew’s gotten a bit of a head start learning on the mobile app which is ideal for this sort of content.  You can grab the app here and then look for the “Code/Conference” set. (http://cerego.com/sets/741344)

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If you happen to be going to Code, drop Andrew a line at asl@cerego.com. Even if you aren’t, you can learn a lot about the speakers in advance and then check out highlights from the event back on the Recode site in the near future.

Happy learning. See you there!

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