In the effort to hire the best candidates, more and more companies are transforming into distributed organizations where remote working is the way to go. As with any emerging technology, many businesses are still trying to figure out how to make this work and on the other side of the fence, potential employees are looking for guidance on what to expect. Your co-hosts have been working remotely for some time and we are joined by Rodolphe Dutel, founder at Remotive.io for a really deep and extensive discussion on everything related to remote working and distributed companies.Continue reading “Episode 169- Remote Working: The way of the Future? (Part 1)”
This week’s news is full of spying smart devices and the perceived sprawl of IOT. We finish off discussing the use and non-use of big monolithic government contracts in technology.Continue reading “Episode 168- Roaring News”
Please join us as celebrate four years of podcasting on Big Data and Big Tech.
After 166 episodes, we’ve somehow reached our fourth anniversary and as is by now tradition, we invite guests we had over the year back for this episode to see what they have been up to.Continue reading “Episode 167- Year 4: definitely no longer a Toddler!”
SpaceX will solve the worlds Internet woes, courtesy of Elon Musk, Quantum Supremacy may still be a little while off (like a couple of decades), courtesy of IBM and from now on, the “don’t call us, we’ll call you” response to your job interview will be courtesy of an artificial intelligence (or lack thereof).Continue reading “Episode 166 – Roaring News”
A little while ago we came across a blog by Martin Zinkevich about the best practices for ML Engineering at Google. We had this one on the back burner for a while now and we decided to go ahead and do an episode on this subject, using this article as a rough guide.Continue reading “Episode 165 – Best Practices for Machine Learning”