DevCast

DevCast is a show where our our executives and team members share the inspiration behind our work and technical details of implementing IT systems for the federal government.

The Technology Behind Biometrics

The Technology Behind Biometrics

Adam D’Angelo and Niroop Gonchikar get together to talk about the technology that drives face recognition, fingerprint readers, and more. Biometrics is enabling our digital lives in incredible ways, and there’s an important need to not only look at the technology, but its application and the framework around its use. 

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Agile in Government

Agile in Government

Join John Janek and Adam D’Angelo as they welcome special guest Becky Crane to talk about Agile in Government. With years of experience delivering mission critical products to government, Becky shares her observations, thoughts, and insights.  Learn about what agile means in govtech on this week’s DevCast.

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Cloud Year in Review

Cloud Year in Review

2019 was a pretty phenomenal year for cloud in government.  Join John Janek and Adam D’Angelo as they dive into a discussion about AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and what happens to mid-tier providers in a govtech world that is heavily burdened with regulation and compliance. We might even talk about…

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The Future of Digital Procurement

The Future of Digital Procurement

Join John Janek and Adam D’Angelo as we dive into digital procurement on this episode of DevCast. What is a Reverse Industry Day? What is a Digital IT Acquisition Professional? What in the world is co-designed procurement? Get those questions answered and hear what they might mean for the govtech…

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Adam and Yemi After Dark

Adam D’Angelo and Yemi Oshinnaiye sample bourbon as they wish Yemi luck in his new position at USCIS and discuss Amazon, Facebook, what happens with your data online, the difference between bourbon and rye, what if everyone knew everything about everyone, are Siri and Alexa spying on you, and are…

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The History and Future of Women in IT

The History and Future of Women in IT

Computer programming was largely considered “women’s work” when the first programmable digital computer was being developed in the 1940s. Today, less than 17% of students graduating in computer science and information technology are women. Why is this? What can we do about it? And why is it important? Michelle Scheuerman,…

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IT Culture and Innovation

DevCast: IT Culture and Innovation with Adam D’Angelo and Yemi Oshinnaiye Adam D’Angelo and Yemi Oshinnaiye dive into a variety of information technology topics. They discuss the following and more. How culture affects IT innovation What does professional discipline mean for the IT field Regulation of information technology Security and…

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