Developers GTM- Middle East & Africa HQ
Tel Aviv, Israel
Adi currently working at Microsoft as MEA Developers GTM, responsible for growing Microsoft's influence and contributions to the MEA agnostic and natural developer community. In her previous roles worked at the Microsoft R&D CTO office as strategic innovation PM where she conduct market research required to validate product/market fit and develop the business model for a new tech venture, and collaborate with the Reactor and Microsoft for startup team on activities for the ecosystem.
Prior to Microsoft Adi worked as a PM at Over.ai, which was acquired by Vonage. Previously, Adi founded a technological sports venture, managed Ben-Gurion University innovation hub for entrepreneurs, and worked at Intel as a software engineer. Adi is a graduate of Ben-Gurion University in software and information engineering.
Adi is happily married to Oren and is mom to Yanai and Bar (4 YO, 2 YO). In her spare time, she manages Merage alumni network (an Israeli network of 1000 startup CEOs selected to the prestigious Merage program), Merage 45+ startup competition (Granting $100K to entrepreneurs above the age 45 or women at any age) and volunteer in various women empowerment initiatives.
Area of Expertise
Navigating the AI Revolution: A Developer's Guide to Staying Relevant and Valuable
As the world of work is changing so rapidly, skills will become outdated even faster than they do today. Even if you don’t know exactly what or when, you will have to continuously learn.
As the scale and speed AI is developed and deployed increases, it doesn’t matter if you graduated last year or 10 years ago. There will be a need not only for individuals who can build AI, but also ones who can work with AI and the rest? will still need to learn how to live with AI. To have a successful career in any field, and particularly in the tech industry, the only skill that will remain important is the skill of learning new things.
We will discuss some trends and share tips on how to become an avid lifelong learner.