The NSNorth Podcast features short interviews with the fantastic speakers who make up the NSNorth Conference.
NSNorth 2019, Episode 62: Kate O'Neill
Author, UX designer and keynote speaker Kate O'Neill concludes the 2019 series of podcasts with Phil and Dan, covering topics such as algorithmic and dataset biais, the rise of AI and algorithms, diversity, profit and engagement, building smarter companies, ethical and meaningful experiences, Apple Watch friendship and NY vs Montreal bagels.
NSNorth 2019, Episode 61: Huda Idrees
Designer, engineer and DotHealth CEO Huda Idrees joins Phil in a wide-ranging conversation on health data, privacy and regulations, hiring the right people in a small company, transitioning to CEO from an engineering perspective, the misnomer of "soft skills", how engineering is design, playing video games for downtime and populating your office with more trees (the green kind) than employees.
NSNorth 2019, Episode 60: Rene Ritchie
Analyst, Podcaster, YouTuber and prolific writer Rene Ritchie chats with Phil about the move from audio to video, following Apple tech news, a reflection on Apple vs Nintendo vs Lego, and seasonal flooding.
NSNorth 2019, Episode 59: Leena Mansour
Speaker and engineering manager Leena Mansour joins Dan and Phil to chat about entering the tech world through Programming 101 in University, moving to iOS and Android development, diversity in tech offices and the startup world, some of the difficulties of moving from engineering to management, learning sign language and competitive dodgeball.
NSNorth 2019, Episode 58: Daniel Steinberg
Speaker, author, trainer and storyteller Daniel Steinberg returns to NSNorth to chat about Swift, teaching kids and adults to program, functional versus object-oriented programming, knitting and design patterns, and single-source sheep. You can find out more about Daniel at https://dimsumthinking.com and https://editorscut.com.
NSNorth 2019, Episode 57: Matthew Bischoff
Speaker and Lickability co-founder Matt Bischoff joins Dan and Phil from New York City to discuss changing roles in an evolving company, opening up iOS apprenticeships, co-located vs. remote employees, enjoying and building apps for the New York theatre scene, and answering business emails in grade 8.