“Tech Heroes” podcast, powered by Intuit, is about technologists, the tech that they are obsessed about and the work that gives them energy.
Hosted by Aliza Carpio, Tech Evangelist
Episode 111: Intuit - Caroline Shouraboura - Tech Talent
In this Tech Heroes podcast, meet Caroline Shouraboura, engineer on one of Intuit’s security teams called Dev Security Operations. Caroline shares her career journey as an engineer and how she fell into the security space, plus her perspective on why security is an exciting discipline for students and professionals alike. In honor of Cyber Security Awareness Month, Caroline and Aliza discuss securability as one of the “-illities” that all software engineers and developers should know. #BeCyberSmart
Episode 110: Intuit - Hacktoberfest Celebration
In celebration of Hacktoberfest, Tech Heroes podcast features five technologists at Intuit who are passionate about open source software and the global open source community. Adam Dierkens, Andrew Lisowski, Kendall Gassner, Rocio Montes and Tyler Krupicka share how they are planning to celebrate Hacktoberfest and encourage the community to join the month-long movement of contribution, collaboration and sharing to help the entire tech community advance and innovate. Intuit will be celebrating open source software this month with virtual meetups, prizes and more! Learn more and get involved: bit.ly/intuhacktoberfest20
Episode 109: Intuit -Janani Kalyanman - Tech Talent
In this Tech Heroes podcast, meet Janani Kalyanam, Senior Data Scientist in the Intuit AI organization. In this episode, Janani shares her perspective on the Data Scientist role in tech, as well as her career journey with tips along the way. She discusses the transformation of her mindset in order to own her voice and take her seat at the table alongside other technologists and colleagues.
Episode 108: Intuit - Nhung Ho - Tech Talent
In this podcast, meet Nhung Ho, Director, Data Science at Intuit’s AI group. Nhung Ho is Director of Data Science for the QuickBooks Ecosystem and Customer Success data science teams at Intuit. She leads applied machine learning teams that build new-to-the-world products and services backed by artificial intelligence and machine learning to serve the company’s small business and self-employed customers. Nhung has a Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Yale University and a B.A. in Astrophysics from the University of California, Berkeley. Aliza and Nhung discuss finding confidence in the workplace, her dramatic career shift, what data science really means at Intuit, and a sneak peak into her speaker event at KDD 2020 happening next week. Learn more on Intuit's Blog: https://www.intuit.com/blog/technology/astrophysics-to-data-science-a-tech-heros-journey/
Episode 107: Intuit - Peter Thomas - Tech Talent
Tech Heroes podcast host Aliza Carpio sits down with Peter Thomas, Distinguished Engineer at Intuit, Hands-on Java EE & JS / Web-UI Architect, and creator of the Karate test-automation framework. His project JTrac has been volunteer translated into 20 languages and his first open-source project CB2XML (2004) is still being actively maintained. He was a guest speaker at Selenium Conference Tokyo 2019 and Technical Editor of the best-selling book Wicket in Action [Manning 2008]. They discuss the importance of contribution to open source in building technologists’ craft and his advice to start small, test automation and their joint passion for tech evangelism.
Episode 106: Intuit - Nivedita Nayak - Tech Talent
Aliza Carpio interviews Nivedita Nayak, Staff Software Engineer on Intuit’s QuickBooks Online Advanced team out of Bangalore. She’s a technology-enthusiast, hobbyist programmer and self-described bad dancer! Nivedita talks about the value of Follow Me Homes, customer observation sessions that are a staple of developing technology that help solves genuine customer pain points. Her passions are developer productivity and efficiency, practicing speed as a habit, and helping engineers create seamless relationships with their product managers.
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