Jason Zubrick, CTO of defi SOLUTIONS has enjoyed a trailblazing career in retail finance, helping small-scale outlets revolutionize their technology approach. Jason has a unique take on SaaS fintech trends, as well as fascinating insights into what’s next in the field.
Chris Short, Principal Product Marketing Manager for Redhat and owner of the newsletter DevOpsish discusses fundamental differences between Chinese and US internet, the technological, legal, and contractual hoops companies jump through in order to tap into a Chinese and other global technology markets.
Leon Fayer began his prolific software engineering career some 25 years ago. After years of founding and running successful start-ups, Leon now works in consultancy with high-traffic sites, such as Wikipedia and National Geographic. Every company is becoming a technology company by necessity for his extensive expertise and insight on what’s now, and what’s next.
Bobby Beckmann, CTO of Lifesize, a formidable competitor in the video calling sector discusses the user experience challenges like making videos easier to join, require a huge rethinking of telecommunication norms and habits.
Jim Suttles, IT Director at Republic Parking Systems shares some of the amazingly elegant software and hardware solutions they use to make sure you’re paying for parking. You’ll probably pay more attention to those signs after you listen to this one.
Tim Anderson is the Vice President of Technical Operations of Kasasa. When you serve a conservative customer base, the day to day isn’t necessarily a cutting edge revolution in technology. Consumers want friendly, personalized service, across channels, that’s convenient, personalized, and consistent. Modern technology helps us get there.
James Graham, Founder of Community Phone discusses how Community Phone is reinventing the way we look at telephone companies. They are helping millions reduce the cost of their monthly phone plan, safeguarding their online privacy, and providing competent help from individuals in their local community immediately.
Oliver Friedmann is the CTO and Co-founder of Ziggeo, an API for video recording and playback. Oliver discusses the engineering challenges he and his team overcame, both client-side (think old browsers) and server-side (think millions of users recording concurrently), as they developed their solution.
Amir Rubin co-founded Paracosm in 2013 with a mission to “3Dify the world.” What started as an idea to 3D map the world for experiential AR turned into a technology and approach that saves enterprise customers weeks of work every day. Amir discusses the transition from a visionary 3D world mapper to getting measurements inside buildings for industrial purposes.
Keith Nothacker, Founder and CEO of BACtrack, even in college knew that he wanted to be an entrepreneur. He decided it was crazy that the police could test anyone for their blood alcohol level, but consumers couldn’t test themselves. In 2004, BACtrack became the first company to receive U.S. Food & Drug Administration clearance to legally sell breath alcohol devices to consumers for personal use.
George Corugedo is the co-founder and CTO of Redpoint. George discusses how his global engineering organization created industry-leading decision engine performance of fewer than 50 milliseconds per decision and scales it using .Net Core and containers to more than 30 million real-time decisions per day.
Andrew Guldman, VP of Product Engineering and R&D at Fluid discusses how he and his team have innovated the Fluid Configure product all the way from Flash and Flex to React and Node. Their metadata and decision engine tackles the most complex of product configurators for the likes of Oakley, Fender, and Louis Vuitton.
David Feinman is the CEO of Viral Ideas Marketing. We met him in his role as one of the Community Managers of Online Geniuses, a huge internet marketing community known for its industry leader AMAs. Marketing, technology, and product SMEs speak different languages, but what we do is all part of the same continuum.
Dave Ugan a senior technology executive discusses how he spent 6 years bringing UX, CX, and technology from the hospitality and attractions industry to the end-of-life (yes, funerals) industry. How can best practices from one industry change another industry?
Software and DevOps engineers spend a great deal of time in logs, analyzing what's happened, and trying to surmise why it's happened. Doug Suvalle, VP of Sales at Glassbox Digital discusses their contributions to application performance monitoring, and how engineers can help enable the revenue functions who sit closest to business stakeholders.
Kirk Gray relishes his role as VP at McGraw-Hill Education. He gives us his fascinating perspective on technology and education. Having experienced the dawn of EdTech, Gray goes into detail about the early years, how the industry has evolved, and the ethical barriers surrounding data collection.
Michael Weissman is a 10-time entrepreneur, career high tech executive, and consultant to tech Allstars like Apple, Amazon, Adobe, and more. However, Michael’s current adventure is Synchy, an advanced adtech product. Michael asks the compelling question, “Why is the best advertising OFF of the retailer’s website?” And furthermore, “Why is the worst advertising ON baked into the retail experience?
Glenn Thimmes joins discusses his technical experience. From working for Microsoft, becoming an expert in .NET, to becoming CTO for Centeva to develop agile solutions for the federal government.
Josh Hendler is the Project Director of Crush the Midterms and CTO at Purpose. Josh has worked at the intersection of social good and technology throughout his career. His sweet spot is technology leadership roles in politics, having served as the technology chief for the Democratic National Committee and Organizing for America.
Sina Golshany is the Director of Technology at Fabricated Extrusion Company. He previously spent 8 years at Boeing in various aerospace engineering roles. Over the course of his career, he's developed a unique framework for innovation. He walks us through the four pillars of his system.