Reshma Saujani is the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code and the former deputy public advocate of New York City. As Executive Director of the Fund for Public Advocacy, Reshma brought together public and private sectors to encourage entrepreneurship and civic engagement across NYC. Today, she has galvanized industry leaders to close the gender gap in STEM education and empowered girls to pursue careers in technology and engineering through her nonprofit, Girls Who Code. Their mission is to help women reach gender parity in computing fields by exposing more girls to computer science at a young age.
Jesse Robbins is an American entrepreneur, engineer, author, speaker, emergency manager, and firefighter notable for his contributions in the field of Web operations, DevOps, and Emergency Management. Robbins was recognized in 2011 with the Technology Review TR35 award for "transforming the way Web companies design and manage complex networks of servers and software” at Amazon.com, founding the Velocity Web Performance & Operations Conference, and founding Chef (formerly Opscode) and serving as the first CEO. Robbins is a frequent keynote speaker at technology conferences on the topics of Web Operations, DevOps, and "Hacking Culture". Robbins edited the Web Operations book with John Allspaw and is a contributor to the O’Reilly Radar.
Mike Rawlinson and Eoin Billings discuss their collaboration on using wayfinding to improve urban access.
Imagine being able to design clothes perfectly tailored to your lifestyle, the environment you live in and your specific tastes. Google has teamed up with Ivyrevel, H&M’s digital fashion house, to create this exact concept through a project called Coded Couture. By using an Android App to monitor activity you can build a hyper-personalized digitally […]