On this episode of CTO Studio, we talk extensively about CTO authority versus CTO leadership with Michael Bastos. Michael was the CTO of a San Diego company called LocalStack before moving to Austin, Texas to run the benefits API team for the VA’s web site.
The start of a new year is always a time for new resolutions – but our guest is here to tell us why creating clear and powerful intentions is far more effective. Michelle Saul is the founder and president of Possibilities Consulting and she was my first ever real coach.
One of the biggest areas of stress for CTOs is productivity and someone with a lot of wisdom in this area is Rob Kaufman. Rob is the co-founder of LEARN Academy where he helps people become software developers and then helps them become employed in the field.
Our guest today has reinvented himself by bringing design thinking into technology. Douglas Ferguson has been a CTO and an engineer as well as a software architect and development manager. But today his primary focus is design thinking and design sprint facilitation via his workshop agency Voltage Control.
Today’s episode of CTO Studio is covering a topic near and dear to my heart: habits and practices to successfully woo the masses. And there’s no one who knows more about this topic than our guest Adam Cuppy of Zeal.
Welcome to another episode of CTO Studio! On this show our guests come from many different industries, and today’s guest is from the wealth management world. Vladimir Baranov is the CTO and cofounder of AdvisorEngine, a company which assists financial advisors in several different aspects of the financial consultancy industry.