We did it. We’re married. Here’s a chat with my wife about our incredible wedding weekend. Your regularly scheduled podcasting will resume next week.
Mandy Paez returns to the podcast to talk about moving to the west coast, adjusting to the unique weather of the San Francisco Bay Area, working at Gameloft, how her time with Gamertag Radio has informed her work, and most importantly her successful running of the Boston Marathon. Enjoy.
This week’s conversation features Jorge Valdes, Chief Technical Officer at Dexcom. Among the topics covered include Dexcom’s Apple Watch App, the future of their Share platform, integration among other mobile technology, the value of data access, and how the Nightscout community has made a difference within the walls of Dexcom. Enjoy.
For more information about Dexcom’s Continuous Glucose Monitors, visit dexcom.com.
Christel Marchand Aprigliano is my guest this week to talk about all things Diabetes UnConference. From the origins, to planning, from execution, to lessons learned, we cover everything. Plus, we discuss the scheduled 2016 conferences, Christel’s 5 and 10 year plan for the UnConference, and revisit her podcast from many years ago, Diabetic Feed. Enjoy.
For more information about the Diabetes UnConference, visit diabetesunconference.com.
Mike Hoskins joins me this week to talk about the state of journalism as it relates to Diabetes Mine, the state of journalism as it relates to the rest of the Internet, the Diabetes Mine Patient Voices Contest, and summer blockbuster movies. Enjoy.
For more information about the Diabetes Mine Patient Voices Contest, visit diabetesmine.com.
Susannah Fox returns to the podcast this week to talk about her work at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, sharing her son’s food allergies with Stanford Medicine X, the rewarding challenge of engaging an audience on Medium, and a new exercise in empathy from people impacted by cystic fibrosis. Enjoy.