Autumn Manning’s life story is a testament to resilience, adaptability, and the pursuit of a higher purpose. Raised in California and Arkansas, Autumn’s childhood was marked by constant movement and responsibility beyond her years; a series of experiences that preceded… Read More »Navigating Adversity and Leading with Purpose
In March this year, William Hurley’s work with quantum computing put $24M to work in the company he founded, Strangeworks, with investment from companies and venture capital firms – Hitachi Ventures, IBM, and Raytheon Technologies, and follow-on investment from seed… Read More »Startups for Babies
Looking forward to Humanizing Software tomorrow as one of Austin’s most interesting entrepreneurs, Whurley, will be joining Andrew Tull on the air. William Hurley, known as Whurley, endeavors to simplify abstract concepts to such a degree that he’s teaching babies… Read More »Humanizing Quantum Computing
“If a tool doesn’t make the human experience easier, it’s a badly designed tool.” – Bose Chan From target demographics to government regulations and societal values, there are so many influences on what goes into building software. The profound impact… Read More »Financial Literacy and the Impact of Culture on FinTech with Bose Chan
Keep doing the basics correctly, then add the bells and whistles where possible. We’ve gotten to a point with technology where it can seem like we should intuitively know what our users need or simply let the machine determine our… Read More »Leveraging Software to Maintain Control with Henrik Markarian
In a world where technology is an integral part of our lives, balancing the benefits with the need for human connection and emotional well-being is essential. From the workplace to schools and at home, we need to use a critical… Read More »Human-First Technology with Cindy Goldsberry
Software has become an integral part of our daily lives, making tasks easier and more efficient. Increasing computing power has led to beautiful interfaces and realistic digital experiences. However, there’s still a long way to go. If you balance integrity… Read More »The Evolution of Software: Balancing Ingenuity with Integrity with Corinne Bartow
To solve a problem, you need to have the full context, and getting the full context means stepping away from the technology. The most valuable part of engineering is the human aspect. Stepping away from the code to get on… Read More »Staying Ahead of the Curve Through Partnerships and Innovation with Q2’s Ryan Hollister
See how Dr. Stone plans to simplify software for students, faculty, and staff with host Andrew Tull in their conversation about human-driven technology.
Sean Bauld, Interim Chief Executive Officer at VerdeCode, was our guest of Humanizing Software, where we explore the concept of software and its relationship to humans. With over 20 years of experience as a senior marketing executive with various leadership roles in top-ranking media companies, we’re thrilled to talk to Sean about business models, technology, and people.