We’ll be focusing on how agents and brokerages can all move Faster, Better, Together this July at Inman Connect San Francisco. Not got your ticket yet? Buy them here, and remember that Select members always get a $100 discount. Thinking of bringing your team? There are special onsite perks and discounts when you buy those tickets together too. Just contact us to find out more.
We’ve all heard the complaints that real estate is slow to innovate and adapt when it comes to technology.
In a world where everyone is used to accessing answers immediately through on-demand services, the chasm between what’s expected and real estate tech products that can integrate and provide a seamless customer experience is getting wider and wider.
This year’s Hacker Connect will focus on looking at these problems through the lens of the customer, with content that gives real estate technology developers, engineers, designers and IT directors a deep look into how these customer-centric problems can and are already being solved with practical examples.
Hacker Connect is created by and for the real estate technology community. Debate, discuss and define the future of real estate’s most pressing tech issues with over 400 engineers, developers, designers, product managers, database architects, webmasters, and technology executives from across the real estate space. Build partnerships, connect with peers, tackle thorny tech issues, learn best practices, discover innovative breakthroughs and collaborate during special hands-on keyboard sessions at this day-long, tech-first event.
On Tuesday, July 17, from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., you’ll learn from developers deeply involved in solving these problems, hear some of the challenges and, most importantly, understand the customer much more effectively.
Topics will include:
- The UX of real estate applications from a customer perspective
- Living in a world without silos: Data ontology vs. machine learning and AI
- How the big dogs are handling interoperability and integration challenges
- Beyond cryptocurrency: Blockchain applications for real estate
- Dealing with the MLS: A developer’s perspective
- Building smarter APIs: How can we standardize APIs for real estate
- Voice assistants and the future of real estate search
- How we built it: Redfin’s approach to user friendly products
- How to get feedback on your product
- Successfully maintaining a product after launch
- Live problem solving
- … and more
By the time you get back home, you’ll have a clear picture of what lies ahead for the industry and what to do about it, as well as hundreds of new connections and an unprecedented amount of support, insight and guidance from our community.
Also included is an exclusive Hacker Networking Event at 5pm, where you’ll be able to take what you’ve learned and continue the discussion over some drinks with your peers. This event is open to all registered Hacker Connect attendees.
Thinking of coming to more than just Hacker Connect? Don’t forget that you can also buy all-access tickets to the entire 4 day event.
Tickets are increasingly limited, so get yours and your team’s before prices go up.