RubyApps Insights brings listeners the latest in marketing technology perspectives, as well as expert opinions on how tomorrow's marketing leaders can keep on the cutting edge.
RubyApps: The Year In Review
As we wind 2019 down, we take a momentary pause to speak with the ever-active, always-involved, tough-to-slow-down Jaron Rubenstein, Creator of RubyApps and President of RubensteinTech, and we look back upon the past year. Jaron will share some of the year’s highlights, including a recap of the highly successful RubyApps DevCamp, and provide some insight into what lies ahead in 2020. This special episode even includes a "listener mail" segment!
RubyApps DevCamp 2019
It’s fun to stay at YMCA—and RubyApps DevCamp—which is our topic for this Halloween edition of RubyApps Insights. Our guest is Jaron Rubenstein, who is getting into the holiday spirit by dressing as the Biker, aka the Leatherman, from the unmistakable disco group, The Village People. Today's conversation focuses on RubyApps DevCamp, which is happening for the second time in just a few short weeks in New York City.
RubyApps Insights speaks with Scott Rubenstein, Partner and Director of Client Services at RubyApps and RubensteinTech. This Cooleyhighharmony version of the show focuses on Scott's upcoming discussion at LMA Northeast, and introduces the participating panelists—Julie Gurney, Stefanie Knapp, and Amy Holtzman. Fans of marketing technology (also early 90s R&B) will enjoy this (Boyz II Men reference-packed) episode.
Introduction to CLM
RubyApps Insights speaks with Jaron Rubenstein, who introduces us to the concept of Content Lifecycle Management (CLM), and how it addresses numerous pain points and challenges experienced by stakeholders across the enterprise while creating, managing, delivering, and analyzing content. Our conversation also touches on our annual, free user conference, RubyApps DevCamp, which is now open for registration at http://devcamp.rubyapps.com/.
RubyApps Insights examines the impact of positive team culture by interviewing two representatives of the RubyApps team. Julie Barbarese, a Project Team Lead, and Michele Bianculli, our Operations Manager, each play important roles in defining, cultivating, and maintaining the work environment that we describe as Awesome Every Day. Our conversation focuses on how they internalize our mantra, and the parts they play to preserve and promote our culture.
RubyApps Insights shares highlights from earlier conversations this year, including Steve Aguiar, Laura Hahn, and Leigh Kessler. Next month, we'll return with new guests, new content, and a new suntan. Happy summer, everyone!
Entertaining and Sharp
The RubyApps team provides strong insights across a variety of topics. It's far from dull and boring. Add to your list of must-listens at the start of every week!
Perfect balance of technology, business and great conversation
Great podcast Ruby Apps! I hope people take the time to listen. Your insights are super onpoint.
Steve, Digital Marketer
Great podcast that sits at the crossroads of marketing and technology. Highy recommended for marketers and technologists alike.