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October 10, 2018 08:08 AM PDT

This month, TechNJ talks about Women in Technology with firsthand inspiring stories of how they got there, what they love about the field, the challenges, the changes they would like to see and advice from the front lines for aspiring young women considering breaking into the field. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

September 13, 2018 09:51 AM PDT

In Part 2 of Introducing the New Leadership at NJOIT, we meet Carrie Parikh, COO and Chief Data and Privacy Officer for the State of New Jersey. Juggling these dual roles after being appointed to the team by Governor Murphy, Carrie will help innovate, shape and safeguard the digital landscape for the state of NJ. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

September 07, 2018 05:03 AM PDT

This episode introduces Chris Rein, the new Chief Technology Officer for the State of New Jersey, as part of the leadership team assembled by Governor Murphy to help innovate, shape and safeguard the digital landscape for the state of NJ. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

July 09, 2018 12:34 PM PDT

TechNJ podcast will take you on a tour of the New Jersey Open Data Center website. NJ.data.gov is NJ’s open data site, with the aim to make NJ government more open and accountable. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

June 19, 2018 07:27 AM PDT

TechNJ revisits the Agile vs. Waterfall discussion. We decided to bring you some excerpts from the cutting room floor of the extensive conversation about these 2 methodologies. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

April 04, 2018 12:53 PM PDT

In the rapid-fire tech environment, the increased demand for immediate turn-around for web applications puts pressure on developers and programmers to search for solutions to streamline their workflow enabling a quick product delivery. TechNJ looks at APEX as a possible software development solution. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

March 01, 2018 11:26 AM PST

When it comes to managing a project, both Waterfall and Agile are viable project development methodologies that can help you get organized and build high-quality products. Season 2 of the TechNJ Podcast begins exploring the basics of both to help give listeners a key understanding of the workflow utilizing either or a hybridized version of these methodologies. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

December 28, 2017 06:50 AM PST

As 2017 comes to a close, this episode of TechNJ looks back at 2017 as the Year of Disruption with NJOIT Chief Technology Officer, Dave Weinstein. The accomplishments and the challenges, as well as the goals and direction for the new year. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

June 15, 2017 11:47 AM PDT

Krista Mazzeo, ethical hacker and Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst for NJCCIC returns to continue the cybersecurity discussion with John, and how to run a successful bug bounty, as well as why and what it takes to be an ethical hacker. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/it/media/#podcast , follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

June 15, 2017 11:35 AM PDT

Chad Vanderveen joins John Silvestri to discuss the Internet of Things in our everyday life such as wearable technology to a wi-fi coffee maker. And how system of things become points of data. Visit us at tech.nj.gov/media, follow us on twitter @njoit, #TechNJ or email us at podcast@tech.nj.gov .

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