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People Friday | Hello Tech Pros

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Latest Episodes

The Evolution of Journalism and Technology — Conrado Lamas

Conrado Lamas is a journalist who's been working with startups and digital marketing for almost 5 years now. He explainshow writers could and should transit to digital marketing, and how everything is learnable. Conrado works atCarts Guru, after successfully releasing Mailtrack and transforming it into a leader of its success.

32 MIN2017 JAN 30
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The Evolution of Journalism and Technology — Conrado Lamas

How Software Engineering Consultants Can Sign More Contracts — Charlie Light on People

The wall of fearthat prevents technical people from trying to sell and how to overcome it. How to craft the perfect sales pitch for your consultancy. What to say to a prospect when you get them on the phone. Where to find companies that want to hire you. The steps you need to take to close the deal and sign the contract.

40 MIN2016 NOV 18
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How Software Engineering Consultants Can Sign More Contracts — Charlie Light on People

GitHub's Anti-Harassment Tools and the Open Source Codes of Conduct — Coraline Ada Ehmke on People

Why a lack of diversity limits creativity and problem solving. What a Code of Conduct can help you achieve in your organization. The impact your words and behaviors have on those around you, regardless of your intention. How to approach and communicate with someone who is violating thecode of conduct. Technical terminology that needs to be refactored by everyone. The root cause behind most software problems.

35 MIN2016 NOV 4
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GitHub's Anti-Harassment Tools and the Open Source Codes of Conduct — Coraline Ada Ehmke on People

How to Find Your First Customers When You Hate Selling

Why I've always felt "sales" and "salespeople" were sleazy scumbags. The trait you need to have as a marketer to not come across as a sleazy scumbag. How to connect with your potential customers on an emotional level to build raving fans. How to speak the language of your audience using their own words to build trust. Search engine tricks to find customers wanting to buy your product

40 MIN2016 OCT 28
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How to Find Your First Customers When You Hate Selling

Building the Next Generation of Superheroes, One Little League Athlete at a Time — Clarence Washington on People

The first thing Clarence teaches to young men and why it is critical to their development. Why athletics is a great way to educate youth in many areas of life. How the impact we make on 10-year-olds will change the future 25 years from now. How Clarence balances the relationships between his family and his team. Who's life you can change if you get involved today. The differences between winning the big game and driving home with a loss.

35 MIN2016 OCT 21
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Building the Next Generation of Superheroes, One Little League Athlete at a Time — Clarence Washington on People

The NeuroScience and APIs to Make Your App More Addictive — Dalton Combs on People

Why users "stick" to some apps and quit using others. The key to rewarding users in ways that surprise and delight. How dopamine works in the human brain and reinforces behaviors (even bad behaviors). The strategy to developing an app that is as addicting as Angry Birds.

39 MIN2016 OCT 14
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The NeuroScience and APIs to Make Your App More Addictive — Dalton Combs on People

Social Engineering Hacks to Break Into the Jedi Council Without Looking Like a Nerfherder

Career Hyperdrive Course: Day 5 Social engineering hacks to break into the elite inner circles and get a seat at the Jedi Council.

43 MIN2016 OCT 7
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Social Engineering Hacks to Break Into the Jedi Council Without Looking Like a Nerfherder

Celebrating Disagreements and Diversity in the Tech Industry — Paula Paul on People

Why this is the perfect time to get into the technology industry. The demographics ofawesome software developers. Why "TechnologyPeople" is an awesome glitch. The hardest part of working in the tech industry and why we struggle in that area. How to get around the passive-aggressive resistance of engineers. Why we need to tap into the emotions of the people we are serving. The fears and anxieties that hold people back. How to findthe companies that will support your skill set.

42 MIN2016 SEP 30
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Celebrating Disagreements and Diversity in the Tech Industry — Paula Paul on People

Business Cultures That Will Make or Break Your Big Data Initiatives — Bill Schmarzo on People

Bill Schmarzo is the CTO of EMC's Big Data Consulting Practice and a frequent industry speaker, a blogger, a professor at the University of San Francisco School of Management as well as an author. Schmarzo wrote "Big Data MBA: Driving Business Strategies with Data Science" and "Big Data: Understanding How Data Powers Big Business".

36 MIN2016 SEP 23
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Business Cultures That Will Make or Break Your Big Data Initiatives — Bill Schmarzo on People

Tech Interviews From the Perspective of the Interviewee — Andy Haskell on People

It's hard to get a job without work experience and to get work experience without a job. Volunteer and look for internships. Are you using the same college exam questions for your interview questions or are you digging deeper? The interviewee should be doing interview themselves. The company is looking for the perfect candidate and the candidate is looking for the perfect company. Show personality and thought process in the interview.

36 MIN2016 SEP 16
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Tech Interviews From the Perspective of the Interviewee — Andy Haskell on People

Latest Episodes

The Evolution of Journalism and Technology — Conrado Lamas

Conrado Lamas is a journalist who's been working with startups and digital marketing for almost 5 years now. He explainshow writers could and should transit to digital marketing, and how everything is learnable. Conrado works atCarts Guru, after successfully releasing Mailtrack and transforming it into a leader of its success.

32 MIN2017 JAN 30
Comments
The Evolution of Journalism and Technology — Conrado Lamas

How Software Engineering Consultants Can Sign More Contracts — Charlie Light on People

The wall of fearthat prevents technical people from trying to sell and how to overcome it. How to craft the perfect sales pitch for your consultancy. What to say to a prospect when you get them on the phone. Where to find companies that want to hire you. The steps you need to take to close the deal and sign the contract.

40 MIN2016 NOV 18
Comments
How Software Engineering Consultants Can Sign More Contracts — Charlie Light on People

GitHub's Anti-Harassment Tools and the Open Source Codes of Conduct — Coraline Ada Ehmke on People

Why a lack of diversity limits creativity and problem solving. What a Code of Conduct can help you achieve in your organization. The impact your words and behaviors have on those around you, regardless of your intention. How to approach and communicate with someone who is violating thecode of conduct. Technical terminology that needs to be refactored by everyone. The root cause behind most software problems.

35 MIN2016 NOV 4
Comments
GitHub's Anti-Harassment Tools and the Open Source Codes of Conduct — Coraline Ada Ehmke on People

How to Find Your First Customers When You Hate Selling

Why I've always felt "sales" and "salespeople" were sleazy scumbags. The trait you need to have as a marketer to not come across as a sleazy scumbag. How to connect with your potential customers on an emotional level to build raving fans. How to speak the language of your audience using their own words to build trust. Search engine tricks to find customers wanting to buy your product

40 MIN2016 OCT 28
Comments
How to Find Your First Customers When You Hate Selling

Building the Next Generation of Superheroes, One Little League Athlete at a Time — Clarence Washington on People

The first thing Clarence teaches to young men and why it is critical to their development. Why athletics is a great way to educate youth in many areas of life. How the impact we make on 10-year-olds will change the future 25 years from now. How Clarence balances the relationships between his family and his team. Who's life you can change if you get involved today. The differences between winning the big game and driving home with a loss.

35 MIN2016 OCT 21
Comments
Building the Next Generation of Superheroes, One Little League Athlete at a Time — Clarence Washington on People

The NeuroScience and APIs to Make Your App More Addictive — Dalton Combs on People

Why users "stick" to some apps and quit using others. The key to rewarding users in ways that surprise and delight. How dopamine works in the human brain and reinforces behaviors (even bad behaviors). The strategy to developing an app that is as addicting as Angry Birds.

39 MIN2016 OCT 14
Comments
The NeuroScience and APIs to Make Your App More Addictive — Dalton Combs on People

Social Engineering Hacks to Break Into the Jedi Council Without Looking Like a Nerfherder

Career Hyperdrive Course: Day 5 Social engineering hacks to break into the elite inner circles and get a seat at the Jedi Council.

43 MIN2016 OCT 7
Comments
Social Engineering Hacks to Break Into the Jedi Council Without Looking Like a Nerfherder

Celebrating Disagreements and Diversity in the Tech Industry — Paula Paul on People

Why this is the perfect time to get into the technology industry. The demographics ofawesome software developers. Why "TechnologyPeople" is an awesome glitch. The hardest part of working in the tech industry and why we struggle in that area. How to get around the passive-aggressive resistance of engineers. Why we need to tap into the emotions of the people we are serving. The fears and anxieties that hold people back. How to findthe companies that will support your skill set.

42 MIN2016 SEP 30
Comments
Celebrating Disagreements and Diversity in the Tech Industry — Paula Paul on People

Business Cultures That Will Make or Break Your Big Data Initiatives — Bill Schmarzo on People

Bill Schmarzo is the CTO of EMC's Big Data Consulting Practice and a frequent industry speaker, a blogger, a professor at the University of San Francisco School of Management as well as an author. Schmarzo wrote "Big Data MBA: Driving Business Strategies with Data Science" and "Big Data: Understanding How Data Powers Big Business".

36 MIN2016 SEP 23
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Business Cultures That Will Make or Break Your Big Data Initiatives — Bill Schmarzo on People

Tech Interviews From the Perspective of the Interviewee — Andy Haskell on People

It's hard to get a job without work experience and to get work experience without a job. Volunteer and look for internships. Are you using the same college exam questions for your interview questions or are you digging deeper? The interviewee should be doing interview themselves. The company is looking for the perfect candidate and the candidate is looking for the perfect company. Show personality and thought process in the interview.

36 MIN2016 SEP 16
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Tech Interviews From the Perspective of the Interviewee — Andy Haskell on People
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