Sunday, March 13 12:45 p.m. – 1:20 p.m.Don’t Think TwiceOrange is the New Black, Inside Amy Schumer) and members of the Don’t Think Twice cast discuss comedy and competition with Fast Company executive editor Noah Robischon. With Keegan-Michael Key (Key and Peele); Gillian Jacobs (Community, Girls); Kate Micucci (When in Rome); Tami Sagher (Inside Amy Schumer); and Chris Gethard (Broad City). … [Read more...] about What To See And Do At The 2016 Fast Company Grill In Austin
Attend! Radiolab Presents: The Year That Broke Austin Noon-5 p.m. Recommended by Rebecca Greenfield, staff writerRadiolab and Detour, the new audio tour app from Groupon flameout Andrew Mason, explores the city by way of a 130-year-old unsolved mystery! Strap on your headphones and tune in for an hour and a half deep dive into the case of the Servant Girl Annihilator as you engage in a walking tour through the city. Location: The corner of East 5th and San Jacinto Blvd … [Read more...] about The Recommender: SXSW Interactive 2015 Edition!
3 p.m. – 4 p.m.Fast Company associate editor Sarah Kessler hosts a talk with Birchbox cofounder and co-CEO Hayley Barna, Equinox president Sarah Robb O’Hagan, and Spring cofounder and CEO Alan Tisch. The topic: how to use data to create better products and grow your business. … [Read more...] about What To See And Do This Weekend At The Fast Company Grill In Austin
Frankie Duenas, CTO at Cabrillo Credit Union in San Diego, heads a small department of six IT professionals whose duties range from security and networking to programing and daily operations, and he also outsources for security assistance when necessary. "We have a budget in place to throw at security" -- either to respond to emerging threats or to respond to a need for more sophisticated security software and/or services, Duenas explains. "We're going to double that [contingency] budget next year because hacks evolve quickly, and we need to have that pot to pull from." … [Read more...] about Forecast 2016: Security takes center stage
Within the industry, I’ve been amazed by how little it matters if you make great beer and have a commitment to quality. I’m committed to continuing my education about beer and the brewing process. I became a BJCP Certified Beer Judge many years ago and then a Certified Cicerone (the equivalent of a wine sommelier). I’ve also taken professional brewing courses. Finding great mentors and finding the Brewing the American Dream Program have also been great boosts to my confidence. … [Read more...] about One of The First Black Woman-Owned Breweries Partners With Samuel Adams Beer