Join me as I interact with those who stepped outside the norm. Bringing to you insightful conversations from people of all walks of life. Let's learn from the exceptional, and build a meaningful career.
Data & Design: It's a Match! | Rasagy Sharma, Information Designer
Rasagy Sharma is an Information Designer with a focus on making data-heavy products easier & engaging to use. Rasagy was amongst the first batches at BITS Goa. He went on to do a Masters in Information and Interface Design from NID. For the last decade, he has worked at the intersection of data & design. He has worked as a designer at multiple places — leading design at Gramener, consulting at Barclays, Microsoft, Mapbox. He is currently a Product Designer at Sundial. I love his attention to detail, his clarity of thought and his communication. Listen in to our conversation, or read up some quick notes : https://medium.com/@jainkhyati/data-design-its-a-match-285b278fe501
Rasagy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rasagy
Upskilling girls in Tech : Making it to Forbes 30 U 30 | Anubha Maneshwar, GirlScript Foundation
"If you're a performer, the world is your stage" Join me in conversation with Anubha, the founder of GirlScript Technologies and Foundation. She aims to make education and opportunities accessible to everyone. Her initiatives have impacted more than 5 Lakh students in technology across 70+ cities in India. She has been featured in Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 list for Social Entreprenuership in 2020. She was also a finalist in the Technology Playmaker Awards 2019 and won the Indian Women Leadership Excellence Award 2019. Tune into this very honest conversation with her to know more about her journey from a Tier-3 city, her failures, struggles with mental health, cyber bullying and her inspiration to work for women.
Ex- Google quantum Lead on Quantum Supremacy | Why you should consider a career in quantum technologies.
John Martinis lead Google's Quantum Efforts to publish the landmark paper on quantum supremacy. He is one of the world's top quantum scientists, and was recently awarded the John Stewart Bell Prize in 2021 for Research on Fundamental Issues in Quantum Mechanics and Their Applications.
He reflected on his career, spoke about his research quantum supremacy and why it is a significant achievement and focus areas for future. He shared why the quantum ecosystem is exciting and why you should consider a career in quantum technologies. For undergrads and young professionals, he shared many insights on how to look at research and advice on how to get started.
From a homemaker to building the world's smallest satellite | Dr. Srimathy Kesan on Emerging Technology
After being a homemaker for 16 years and having no formal education in technology, Dr. Srimathy Kesan, has shown age or education is no bar between you and your dreams. Today she is the Founder and CEO of Space Kids India, has lead a team of students from small towns and villages to build the smallest satellite in the world and is the only Indian to be decorated with the Ambassador status to the top 3 Space centers of the World, NASA, ESA, and GCTC – Moscow. She is someone who is easily the friendliest in the room, and we spoke about everything from starting up, being a women in tech, her social initiatives, to working in aerospace and her advice to the ones starting out!