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15 May 2017
Chase Raz and Chris Ayers discuss the Microsoft Build developers conference for 2017. They'll explore Azure, Cognitive Services, Windows as a Service, the Microsoft Graph, and more.
01 May 2017
Chris Ayers provides an introduction to Microsoft's Azure Cognitive Services that is friendly to both business people and developers. No experience is needed to start learning about the types of tools that are available for vision, language, and other services through APIs. These APIs allow your applications to tap into some of the most advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning available.
24 April 2017
Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward have both been spending some time in central Florida's theme parks. They are dehydrated, exhausted, and slightly annoyed with questionable business practices, but still find time to talk about the technologies that they observe in use by theme parks. It used to be that theme parks introduced the masses to technology, now they use technology themselves to (attempt) to manage crowds, emotions, and entertainment.
17 April 2017
Adam hosts this, his first, episode of Multinewmedia to provide the perspective that many business people, technologists, and marketers can't wait to hear: that of a pre-teen. Children are our future, and their technology useage and preferences will heavily impact our own use in the not-so-distant future. Adam discusses his perspective on business and technology with his uncle, Chase Raz.
11 April 2017
Chase Raz addresses the recent repeal of the FCC's online privacy ruling and makes a business connection between the attack on privacy and previous attacks on net neutrality. The purpose of weakening consumer privacy online may not be so straight forward as selling user data. Chase will explain what is more likely happening and what the motivations are for all parties involved.
Also: Read the feature article that accompanies this podcast episode!
20 March 2017
Almost two years ago, the United States had virtually a failing grade in infrastructure according to the American Society of Civil Engineers. In this update, Chris Ayers and Chase Raz explore the curret Infrastructure Report Card from THe ASCE and reveal that not much has changed as the U.S. still has a near-failing grade. Priorities, responsibilities, and potential technological next steps are discussed in this follow up to Episode 11.
06 March 2017
Tech startups aren't just in Silicon Valley anymore. Okay, well, most of them are, but their target markets are much more diversified. From agriculture to deliver, Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward explore their own Top 5 lists of new and exciting startups to pay attention to over the next few months and years.
20 February 2017
Chris Ayers explains the basics of Agile to Chase Raz. They discuss the Agile development process and its impact on I.T. and software development as well as project management and business operations. Basic terms will be introduced and a general understanding of how a team functions under Agile, or a variant of Agile called Scrum, is explored.
13 February 2017
Christopher Woodward has absolutely no idea what to make of this topic, other than to make it into a joke. Chase Raz takes Christopher, and you as our listener, on a wild ride into the future where social networks and dating services merge and stay with you throughout your life. Including when you're happily married! No, we're not advocating for polyamorous relationships, but rather a future where relationships are created and managed with the help of machine learning tools such as artificial intelligence.
23 January 2017