Tonight’s show is the first after our impromptu holiday break, with lots of things happening in and around the CaffiNation Lair we didn’t have room to run a proper show so we were forced to enjoy the time off instead. Hope everyone out there had a happy and healthy holiday season. Now it’s time to […]
Regine Gilbert is a user experience designer, educator, and international public speaker with over 10 years of experience working in the technology arena. She has a strong belief in making the world a more accessible place—one that starts and ends with the user.
Regine is an Adjunct Professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering, teaching User Experience Design to students in the Integrated Digital Media Program. In addition, she teaches the part time User Experience Design course at General Assembly. Regine is passionate about making websites and apps that work for everyone!
Angie speaks all over the world on Test Automation strategies, and she got Scott excited about Selenium again! She keynoted Selenium Conf 2018 and currently works at Applitools making automated visual testing tools. She’s most recently launched on a new “Test Automation University” that’s free and community driven.
Tonight’s show is all about holiday food and coffee. Right before the madness of the holiday season truly takes over why not allow the back end of the show to take the forward section for once? The back half of the show is devoted to one of my favorite subjects currently. Notebooks, sketching and collecting. […]
Tonight’s show is about a day late and a dollar short. But that doesn’t mean it is baked with any less love. The show must go on! But in all seriousness, we take the two polar opposites of attention span TV and heavy reading and throw them into the show. You have homework tonight. The […]
Glenn Vanderburg works as the VP of Engineering at First and has spoken all over on the notion of software development as engineering. What should an engineering discipline of software development look like? What’s “REAL” Software Engineering? Does the analogy of software engineering as home construction hold water? What should software engineering look like?