DojoLIVE! is a lively, informative, informal and fun conversation with tech luminaries.
Technology's Potential Impact on Health and Social Conditions.
Joe Gough and Mico Malecki CEO @ Wellopp
December 21, 2015 11:09 pm
Transforming Communities with the Power of Every Voice. issues that are complex, divisive and multifaceted bring ordinary citizens into the conversation with governments, nonprofits and industry to solve challenging issues.
Luke Hohmann Acting Executive Director of Every Voice Engaged and Founder and CEO of Conteneo Inc.
December 17, 2015 11:15 pm
Engagement Techniques to Qualify More Leads At Trade Shows.
David Spark Content marketer, brand journalist, and trade show engagement expert
December 16, 2015 11:18 pm
In this open interview, Simon Peyton Jones responds to DojoLIVE! interviewers' questions about the hot topics and concerns of the day.
Simon Peyton Jones Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research (Cambridge UK)
December 15, 2015 11:23 pm
Molly E. Holzschlag Technology Strategist
November 25, 2015 11:36 pm
Everything and everyone will be API-enabled: This Axiom highlights the fact that almost every network connected endpoint is becoming an API that can be invoked and read by other software systems. This transformation, when seen device-by-device or step-by-step, seems logical – perhaps even mundane.
Jim Asiano Cloud Integration, Project Management and Negotiation Coach
November 20, 2015 11:38 pm
In software development, we sometimes start from ground zero on a really positive, upbeat note and everything is flowing. Everybody is excited and the team chemistry is awesome. But then quickly we come down to a grinding halt for any reason, affecting everyone. What can we do to overcome this?
Alex Bunardzic Full Stack Software Engineer, Founder and CEO @ Jotoo Software
November 18, 2015 11:42 pm
Data mining and machine learning became so popular that now almost every CS student knows about classifiers, clustering, statistical NLP ... etc. So it seems that finding data miners is not a hard thing nowadays. The hard part is to come up with harder questions.
Aaron Krayna Implementation Manager - DMS at Iron Mountain. Owner @ BookContentRatings.com
November 11, 2015 11:43 pm
Code is the Language of their Future. Will your Kids be Fluent? Teaching kids basic programming and problem solving using Python, the powerful language used in college courses and by tech companies like Google and IBM.
Bryson Payne Professor of computer science at the University of Georgia, author of the best-selling book "Teach Your Kids to Code".
November 4, 2015 11:46 pm
Maybe you can build stuff. But.. should you? Where should you, as software developers, draw the line? Shall you build software with the common good in mind and ignore the potential consequences of releasing such tools to the world?
Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) Founder and President of Object Mentor Inc. and CleanCoder.com
October 28, 2015 11:49 pm
In today's volatile business landscape, adaptability and creativity are more crucial than ever. It is no longer possible-or even desirable-to learn one set of job skills and to work your way up the ladder.
Jay Samit Independent Vice Chairman of Deloitte
October 14, 2015 11:52 pm
Many smart software company principals, founders and CEOs nowadays only work with “…people who love with what they do and are motivated by advancement”, as well as driven by a great company’s culture. Karim is one of them.
Karim Jernite CEO @ Advancio
September 23, 2015 11:59 pm
Jorge S. Olson walks us through the many ins and outs on how to fund Mexican tech companies on the verge of growing, or wanting to.
Jorge Olson Venture Capital & M&A, Author and Head Geek at Promocave.com
September 16, 2015 12:03 am
in terms of marketing, whether you’re a start-up or a mature company, the problems are the same. In fact, if anything, start-ups have a little bit of an advantage because “…when you are a start-up, you pretty much are clear that you don’t have all the systems and processes in place."
Kevin Daum Author/Columnist, Content and Media Strategist, Entrepreneur, Professor
September 9, 2015 12:05 am
Robert Graham knows a thing or two about engineering. But then again, he also knows sales. He is all about growth… and a rubyist. Pure numerical terror. Robert spent some time as Google and Oracle as a software engineer after working on a Computer Science PhD.
Robert Graham Business Hacker @ Poll Everywhere
September 3, 2015 12:07 am
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