Jeremy talks to us about how he leverages data to get amazing insights into what is really normal for a startup based on his firms long experience
...the only data worth looking at really is the data that's hard to get...that's really why we need to look at it...
Michael talks us through his philosophy on making the best use of data - that data is a lifestyle, not a project.
Think of it like a band. We're working together with the different disciplines to come up with the product for the user.
Fender learned from the data and created new apps like Fender Tune and Fender Play that are opening up the world of guitars to a whole new set of people.
We don't want to ask the questions that nerds like me want to know...If we did that we go bankrupt because there's one of me and there's millions of all of us.
Angela talks to us about how the new iRobot 2.0 platform is changing how iRobot builds robots, software, and does data science.
Especially when you're in the cloud, I think you want to do security from the inside out and that addresses a lot of these things.
Our security experts touched on lots of interesting topics like DevSecOps, Privacy, and more.
...the industries that will spring up in the moment about just turning podcasting into yet another channel for comms people to use to be able to communicate, that's not what we're talking about here.
Matt Ballantine talks us through his latest innovation - using podcasting as a way to define and promote projects in large organizations.
[We are] very thoughtful about the tools we build, because they can encode bias
Amy, and her team, using the power of AI and Data to fill in missing wikipedia pages with the Quicksilver Project.