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#7 Christopher Bailey: Teaching the world python

Tangible Computing

Christopher Bailey , @digiglean is the host of the Real Python podcast, which helps people around the world learn, and master python. He talks about his experiences starting from recording engineering, to SQL programming then hosting a podcast and some hobby projects where he is building guitar pedals programmed in Python.  Christopher has interviewed many of the people behind python and we discuss where the language is evolving and how forks like circuit python play a role in taking it to the embedded space. 

1hr 4mins

24 Aug 2021

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Ep. 118 - ExxonMobil's Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock on Corporate Innovation

Inside Outside

In this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, Brian Ardinger talks with Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock with ExxonMobil. They discuss successes and challenges of innovating in a large corporation. Christopher and Kim will also be speaking at the Back End of Innovation Conference in Phoenix, AZ on Oct 17-19, 2018.Key strategies and lessons learned include:Create space for idea creation and tools to process. Protect people and their time from their existing roles. Train the managers of intrapreneurs on how to treat them differently.Teach the right senior leadership how to understand innovation. Develop a VC board/Accountability model to guide investments in new ideas. Innovation teams return for more funding and identify what they need to learn. Try smallest versions of everything and then iterate, but be prepared to kill or park ideas that don’t move. Need clear decision points. Killing ideas was a considerable hurdle to get past. Use data to validate every step. Create internal education opportunities like a podcast. At the BEI conference, Christopher and Kim will share more of their journey and stories through a two-hour workshop. They want people to leave with information they can use. Key ideas will include:Understand healthy tension between intrapreneurs and leadership.  Employees can’t work differently when they use the same old tools.New innovation teams can’t be treated as they always have. If you’d like to connect with Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock and learn more about their Innovation initiative, message them on LinkedIn. If you liked this episode, you might also enjoy Ep 100 - Tom Bianculli with Zebra and Ep 83 - Navin Kunde with CloroxGET THE LATEST RESOURCESGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events.SUBSCRIBE For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

23mins

9 Oct 2018

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Ep. 118 - ExxonMobil's Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock on Corporate Innovation

Inside Outside

In this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, Brian Ardinger talks with Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock with ExxonMobil. They discuss successes and challenges of innovating in a large corporation. Christopher and Kim will also be speaking at the Back End of Innovation Conference in Phoenix, AZ on Oct 17-19, 2018. Key strategies and lessons learned include: - Create space for idea creation and tools to process.  - Protect people and their time from their existing roles.  - Train the managers of intrapreneurs on how to treat them differently. - Teach the right senior leadership how to understand innovation.  - Develop a VC board/Accountability model to guide investments in new ideas. Innovation teams return for more funding and identify what they need to learn.  - Try smallest versions of everything and then iterate, but be prepared to kill or park ideas that don’t move. Need clear decision points. Killing ideas was a considerable hurdle to get past.  - Use data to validate every step.  - Create internal education opportunities like a podcast.  At the BEI conference, Christopher and Kim will share more of their journey and stories through a two-hour workshop. They want people to leave with information they can use. Key ideas will include: - Understand healthy tension between intrapreneurs and leadership.   - Employees can’t work differently when they use the same old tools. - New innovation teams can’t be treated as they always have.  If you’d like to connect with Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock and learn more about their Innovation initiative, message them on LinkedIn.  If you liked this episode, you might also enjoy Ep 100 - Tom Bianculli with Zebra and Ep 83 - Navin Kunde with Clorox GET THE LATEST RESOURCES Get the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

23mins

9 Oct 2018

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Ep. 118 - ExxonMobil's Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock on Corporate Innovation

Inside Outside Innovation

In this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, Brian Ardinger talks with Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock with ExxonMobil. They discuss successes and challenges of innovating in a large corporation. Christopher and Kim will also be speaking at the Back End of Innovation Conference in Phoenix, AZ on Oct 17-19, 2018.Key strategies and lessons they learned include: - Create space for idea creation and tools to process.  - Protect people and their time from their existing roles.  - Train the managers of intrapreneurs on how to treat them differently. - Teach the right senior leadership how to understand innovation.  - Develop a VC board/Accountability model to guide investments in new ideas. Innovation teams return for more funding and identify what they need to learn.  - Try smallest versions of everything and then iterate, but be prepared to kill or park ideas that don’t move. Need clear decision points. Killing ideas was a considerable hurdle to get past.  - Use data to validate every step.  - Create internal education opportunities like a podcast. At the BEI conference, Christopher and Kim will share more of their journey and stories through a two-hour workshop. They want people to leave with information they can use. Key ideas will include: - Understand healthy tension between intrapreneurs and leadership.   - Employees can’t work differently when they use the same old tools. - New innovation teams can’t be treated as they always have. If you’d like to connect with Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock and learn more about their Innovation initiative, message them on LinkedIn. If you liked this episode, you might also enjoy Ep 100 - Tom Bianculli with Zebra and Ep 83 - Navin Kunde with CloroxGET THE LATEST RESOURCESGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events.SUBSCRIBE For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

23mins

9 Oct 2018

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Episode #2 - Christopher Bailey & Barbara Clegg

The Writers' Room

This month, Erik and Kyle, doing a near-complete 180 from the kind of writing done by '80s script editor Eric Saward, are discussing the work of Christopher Bailey ("Kinda" and "Snakedance") and Barbara Clegg ("Enlightenment"). Lots of philopsophy, myth, and Wikipedia Buddhism gets bandied about as the conversation proceeds. It's a pretty rich tapestry; a whole episode could be gleaned from "Kinda" alone. Plus, the first installment in what will probably be a recurring game gets played: Who's More Rapey? Also, despite Kyle's many incorrect mentions to the contrary, the next episode will be next MONTH, not next week.Please send feedback to: erikandkyle@gmail.comFollow them on Twitter: @DWTWR, @FunctionalNerd, @sjcAustenite 

1hr 25mins

11 Feb 2013