In Bill Salak’s words, “Promoting career growth should not be an afterthought.” On today’s episode Bill Salak shares the philosophy behind his approach to company architecture. As we get deeper into structural methods, Bill offers insight behind his controversial opinion on agile project management. Listen further as we get into the details of Bills method and how encouraging his team members to learn from interactions with one another helps to run a successful company.
As the Director of Engineering at Tetracore, David Almassian sheds light on how the team process is crucial to creating a final product which requires both hardware and software development. We will get in to the details of how the methods of developing each differ and overlap within Tetracore, as well as how they compare to industry standards.
Mike Simpson is the Principal Engineer for search at IgnitionOne, a web based system which specializes in ad campaign managing across multiple search engines.
During this episode Mike gets in to the nitty-gritty details of what it means to be a digital media suite, the daily stresses of technical debt, and how a background in architecture has helped him to be good at what he does.
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Dive deep in to mergers, what a merger is, and the politics of a merger with Robert Stewart of Castlight.
He shares the tensions and resolutions of what it means to collaborate and transform two companies in to one.
Mike Jackson shares his insight on what it takes to transform textbooks in to technology.
As the world of education continues to evolve alongside technology, Pearson, the world’s largest textbook company, is looking above and beyond readable versions of textbooks posted online. What Mike strives for as the VP of Engineering is creating an integrated learning experience, which allows students to get the most out of their education.
Listen in to find out more about what Mike has in store for Pearson.
Claire Hough came in to the tech world right out of college, and is now the Head of Software Engineering for Udemy, a learning platform that brings teachers and students together.
In the work place she has witnessed a huge decline of women engineers, but shares it was not always this way.
Listen further to discover Claire’s advice on how implementing diversity in the work place is an essential part of her success, and the success of the future.