On this Episode Alicia talks to Jeremy Likness about his time in tech and how he speaks at conferences. Alicia Invited Jeremy to the Women who Code event but did not get to talk to one of the few men that spoke at their conference. Here is her chance to give him some time.
Jeremy Likness is an experienced entrepreneur and technology executive who has successfully helped ship commercial enterprise software for 20 years. He specializes in catalyzing growth, developing ideas and creating value through delivering software in technical enterprises. His roles as business owner, technology executive and hands-on developer provided unique opportunities to directly impact the bottom line of multiple businesses by helping them grow and increase their organizational capacity while improving operational efficiency
Alicia sits down with her friend and sister from Women who Code Atlanta, Kim Crayton. Kim is a Community Engineer and advocate for diversity, inclusion, and safe spaces in tech.
She has years of experience working with learners of all ages, skill level, and abilities and is now using her knowledge to develop technical people, ideas, organizations, and communities. She is known for her skills as a problem solver and strategy developer. She possesses a unique ability of being able to see the BIG picture while still managing the details
Podcast: community engineering report
This episode of Women Tech talk, Alicia and I go over the new calling features of the existing Amazon Echo devices as well as throw our opinions on the two new products Amazon has introduced to the market before Google or Apple had a chance to introduce any improvements or products during their conferences (Google I/O and Apples WWDC). Amazons new products are the Echo Look a camera enabled device for fashion and the Echo Show that has a tablet size screen attached to it.
We also put our two cents into the "Whole Foods" acquisition and what does it mean to the grocery market in the future. Whole Foods Market was acquired by Amazon June 16, 2017 at 13.7 billion dollars
On this episode Alicia as a member of Women who Code Atlanta, host a women's conference in Atlanta Georgia called We Rise Women in Tech Conference. During this conference Alicia changes her interviews to the men who are speakers at the conferences and gets their view point about how they can help women and what are they are doing for women in tech. This was a good opportunity to speak to a minority when women are the majority and men are the minority.
On todays Women tech talk, Alicia and I talk about the new features of Google assistant and Google home that she got to experience while she was at Google I/O. This was a good effort Google showed better thanthe previous year and a good challenge to the other two major players in the assistant realm (Alexa, Siri) as well as the home automation market. We not only have a google home now but we both downloaded the the google assistant on our Iphones as well.
This is the first time in a long time I can become a tech lover and not a follower of just Apple products. Should be a very enlightening conversation from Apple fans.
This episode of Tech Talk we review the highlights and Alicia's visit during the Google I/O conference in Mountain View Ca. Alicia compares the previous year's conference to the current one and highlights the standout issues she experienced.
Like always we break off topic comparing the other major players in their sector (Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Samsung, Facebook) with the products and innovations that came out during this conference.
This episode, Alicia and I discuss the OS changes and the few hardware changes Apple presented during their conference in San Jose California. This was a different feel compared to the other Apple conferences. and not just because it wasn't in San Francisco. We mostly speak to our plus and minuses of what we saw and what we didn't see at the WWDC 2017 conference.
This episode Alicia speaks to women and children at Apple's WWDC 2017 in San Jose Ca. Once again finding out their views and how they got into Tech. As an IOS developer, Alicia is right at home with her peers and the Apple employees she has come to know and love
Geographic Area: Veneto
Grapes: 100% Pinot Grigio
Alcohol Content: 12% Vol.
Vinification: Soft pressing with must fermentation at controlled temperature.
Colour: Straw yellow in colour with light golden hues.
Bouquet: Fruity, fresh and elegant.
Taste: Tasty, citrusy, fresh.
A straightforward weekday white for chicken, fish, pastas tossed in olive oil and most appetizers. Tangy notes of citrus, white crunchy fruit, spring flowers and almonds. The palate is fresh with a creamy edge and lively crisp fruits. Solid value, refreshing and simply tasty.
I am here for the WWDC 2017 for Apple and we are visiting Vin Santo restaurante in San Jose Ca. Tuesday was the $1 oysters and 1/2 off wine bottles, so we stopped in for dinner. Here I have my taste of this interesting Pinot Grigio.
Google I/O is an annual developer festival held at the outdoor Shoreline Amphitheatre in California. Google I/O brings together developers from around the globe for an immersive experience focused on exploring the next generation of tech.
For episode 5 of Women in Tech, Alicia attends the Google I/O conference in Mountain View California. Alicia speaks to a few women with different talents she met at the conference on their experience and thoughts on women in Tech. Also little of her experience for the second time at Google I/O