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April 26, 2019 @ 11:33 am

Ep 76 - Ultimate Email Productivity with @PonyDotGG founder Dmitry Minkovsky (@dminkovsky)

Are you using email right?  The answer is probably no!  Learn how Dmitry Minkovsky is tackling the challenge with great email habits and how his platform https://pony.gg can help you change the way you email and get more out of this now classic form of electronic communication. 

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April 19, 2019 @ 11:33 am

Ep 75 - The Wonder, Balance, and Ethics of AI with @humamiio founder Barney Loehnis (@barneylo)

This exciting and broad conversation taps into the very interesting topic of AI, Human Resources, general AI and societal challenges, and much more.  Barney Loehnis is the founder of Humami and brings a strong history in the industry to our discussion.  The value of AI and the impact on humans (both in business and out) is incredible.  Thank you to Barney for such a dynamic and enjoyable chat!

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April 12, 2019 @ 11:33 am

Ep 74 - The Infotainers and the Psychology of Great Expo Presentations with Anders Boulanger (@the_Infotainers)

Anders Boulanger, CEO and founder of The Infotainers (https://theinfotainers.com) shares the story of the start of his career and the launching of The Infotainers which is regarded as the premier booth presentation team among high tech expo teams.  If you've been to a major technology event you've seen Anders and his team (check out Episode 67 and 68 with Rory Wheeler for more).

This show discusses incredibly important and informative methods to deliver great presentations and how you and your team can really kick up the presentation game. Big thanks to Anders for sharing stories and insights.  

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April 5, 2019 @ 11:33 am

Ep 73 - Open Source, Closed Minds - A Discussion on Open Core and Open Source Monetization with Rob Hirschfeld (@zehicle) of @RackN

As more open source projects become commercially driven (rightly so) there is a challenge among open source community folks as to when it is right to use open core, open source, or the dreaded fork.  Rob Hirschfeld joins us for a great discussion that started on the news of AWS launching Open DIstro for Elasticsearch and we take on some challenging topics around open source, monetization, and commercialization of open platforms and products.  

Rob refers to a great Gitlab talk which discusses open source business models which is also a must-watch here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6ZupYzr_Zg 

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