Well folks, we just wrapped up another wonderful Oracle Code event in London.
As usual there were Keynotes, technical breakout sessions, The Developer Lounge with Zip labs, IoT workshops, cool cloud demos and yes my favorite DevLive interviews with speakers.
Before heading to a Code event, we Community Managers reach out to speakers to see if we can get them on stage to do an interview. What made Code London a plus plus, was amazing support from the local UK team. Shout outs to Caroline Apsey and Becca Wan along with our Community teams Martha Hess who created some additional refreshing interview opportunities.
I interviewed Ian Sharp who is the Lead Data Scientist of Oracle UK along with Sabiha Malik from "The Bee Project". Check out the video below to find out how bees and data come together.
Next up, Dr. Sue Black who spoke on the subject of "Women in Tech". She spoke to a full house auditorium with the title "If I can do it, so can you" where she spoke about some of the incredible hurdles she has come across in life and how she overcame them. I had the good fortune of sitting opposite her at the Speaker's Dinner the night before, and she is an inspiring figure and author hopefully whose story or book will go to the big screen.
I also interviewed Caroline as she spoke about the importance of STEAM (an offshoot of STEM) as an important program to enable youth and their careers. Here is her interview.
If you want to view the playlist of all the interviews, check this link out. Till the next Code event,...