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    The Detroit Iron Yard- Talent Solution-Demo Day

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    We face an immense, worthy challenge. The world has huge problems, many of which technology is perfectly suited to address. Companies around the globe are answering this call, but anyone with boots on the ground can feel the acute shortage of talent needed to rise to the occasion. That gap is widening, and over the next decade the shortfall will impact industries, economies, businesses and individuals as they fight to add value in a digital world continues.
    The Iron Yard was launched in 2012, Became the largest code school in the country (2014) operating  in 22 locations, including a first international location in London, UK to help solve and create real, lasting change for people, companies and communities through technology education. They believe that passionate, talented people who love what they do will create and sustain great families, jobs, companies and solutions to the world’s problems. Please join Melissa Birnie on June 24th @9:00 A.M with Tom Crawford, Mobile Engineering Instructor for The Iron Yard to discuss the educational resources available for people pursuing the craft and lifelong adventure of technology and  equip them with the skills they need to both get started and progress throughout their careers and to talk about, the upcoming "Demo Day” event being held on June 30 at Bamboo Detroit. What is demo day, when is it, and who should be there? 

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    Mobile talk radio: insight and tips from CelleCast's Andrew Deal

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    Talk shows are a pillar of our communications, and have survived though every media format change. Join us with CelleCast's Andrew Deal to learn how talk radio is expanding to your cell phone, how to get your brand engaged, and what's on the horizon.
    Andrew Deal is the CEO of CelleCast, an on demand cell phone radio service. CelleCast enables consumers to get control of their radio listening schedule, as well as options in on-demand programming and interactivity.

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    The Catholic Geek: The Science of Science Fiction

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    Karl Gallagher returns to discussion where science fiction is more fiction than science and vice versa. Host Declan Finn will try to keep up.
    Karl K. Gallagher is a systems engineer, currently performing data analysis for a major aerospace company. In the past he calculated trajectories for a commercial launch rocket start-up, operated satellites as a US Air Force officer, and selected orbits for government and commercial satellites. Karl lives in Saginaw, TX with his family. 
    So yes, he is a rocket scientist.

  • 01:37

    Intel® Chip Chat Network Insights LIVE - NV & SDN Europe

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    It's Intel Chip Chat Network Insights LIVE, coming to you from the floor of the Novotel Madrid Centre for the 4th Annual Network Virtualization & SDN Europe in Madrid, Spain. Host Allyson Klein interviews luminaries from the Network world, always keeping you up to date on the latest happenings and announcements.
    The global SDN and Network Virtualization community unites for this comprehensive three-day SDN and NFV event for the operator community, packed with case studies from pioneers at the very forefront of SDN and NFV advancements worldwide.
    Coming together in Madrid, the global SDN and NFV community will discuss Carrier-Class SDN from a unique strategic operator led perspective with case studies from all of the leading operators in the space
    Following on from the successful 2015 show, this event will examine the steps needed to move SDN and NFV forward from research into reality, featuring dedicated sessions on the current Software Defined Network, NFV Infrastructure, MANO, Security, 5G, IoT and Transport SDN.

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    An Interview by Ideagen's George Sifakis with Sidhant Gupta, Microsoft

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    Sidhant Gupta is a researcher in the Medical Devices Group at Microsoft Research where he broadly investigates novel sensing techniques and builds hardware for better understanding the human body and progressing frontiers of medical science. He graduated with a Doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Washington in 2014. His graduate research was built on his philosophy of "sensing everywhere without putting sensors everywhere", that is to find ways to sense signals with minimal hardware that is easy to install and low-cost. During his Ph.D. work, he invented a device that plugs into a home's electrical outlet that let homeowners see not just how much energy their home consumes but also how it is used -- i.e. it shows power usage of each and every appliance using only a single plug-in sensor. His published work has received various best paper awards and has been the basis of various commercialization efforts.
    Sidhant was recently named one of the top 30 technology disrupters under the age of 30 by Forbes.

  • 00:38

    InformationWeek Live for the Week of May 29, 2016

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    Join us for a roundup of the top stories on InformationWeek.com for the week of May 29, 2016. We'll be talking with the InformationWeek.com editors and correspondents who brought you the top stories of the week to get the "story behind the story." The on-air participants will share their take on why the big stories are important to you and your business and, sometimes, provide a look at the process that goes into deciding that a particular story is truly "big."
    Join us for the show and for the incredible Friday Afternoon Conversation that runs beside the program. This is your chance to talk with your fellow InformationWeek.com community members about the news items that mean the most to your profession, your enterprise, and your work life. We'll look forward to having your voice in the discussion!

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    BDPA iRadio: June 14, 2016

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    The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders.  We have an exciting line-up for our show on June 14, 2016.
    - Leroy White, Chapter President, BDPA Dayton The BDPA iRadio Show. Linking Business, Education and Technology. The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders. Sponsored by the BDPA Education and Technology Foundation, and BETF Executive Director Wayne Hicks. Produced by Franne McNeal. Studio Engineering by Everaldo Gallimore. Co-Hosting by Franne McNeal, Timothy Butts, Jala Cruz and Ronald Story. The BDPA iRadio Show broadcasts the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Join us on blogtalkradio.com/BDPA.

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    The Analytics Job and Salary Outlook for 2016

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    With data science and big data top-of-mind for all types of organizations, hiring analytics professionals often was a challenge for managers in 2015. For the professional with good data skills, that meant not only full employment but some decent bumps in salary, bonuses, and perks, sometimes from current employers and sometimes in a competitive market. Will that talent demand continue in 2016?
    John Reed, senior executive director for recruiting firm Robert Half Technology, joins All Analytics Radio to discuss his company's research on the hiring plans for enterprise organizations and on what analytics pros can expect in compensation in 2016.
    Tune into A2 Radio to hear Reed at 2 pm on January 28. Visit the All Analytics site to share your questions and comments with our guest.
    In this event you will learn:
    What organizations have told Robert Half Technology about their hiring plans for analytics and other technology professionals If demand for analytics pros remains high Expected salary and bonus levels and other forms of compensation for 2016 What hiring managers can do to compete for the best talent How analytics professionals can optimize their career opportunities in the year ahead  

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    In Search of MicroAngelo

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    Google is gaga about artificial intelligence.  So much so that their search engine is powered by it.  More importantly, Google has been experimenting with AI to see if machines can make art.  It all started when the world's most popular search engine tried to teach a machine to understand images.  An early version of Google's RankBrain AI was tasked with trying to make sense of the images it encountered.  Hoping to find a workaround for one of the search engine’s biggest lapses, which makes search engine spiders blind to images and videos, the attempt resulted in hilarity when Google’s creation began to morph images as it tried to make sense of queries posed about them, becoming a kind of PC Picasso.  Instead of throwing in the towel, Google's research team became enthralled with the idea of machine artistry.  Their latest  development, named Project Magenta, is attempting to teach a machine to play the piano.

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    Rich On Tech Live

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    TV tech guy Rich DeMuro takes your calls live and answers your pressing tech questions.

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    Precision Timing and Regulatory Impacts

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    In a recent podcast with Andy Bach, Chief Architect of Financial Services at Juniper Networks, we sat down to talk about what precision timing means for financial services and regulatory impacts it may have on the industry. Andy explained to us how important precise timing is to financial markets, when nanoseconds can literally mean a massive disruption to the stock market with millions of at stake. 

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