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Moderator Deepti Srivastava sits down with Dee Speed, Ellie Powers, Jay Wong, and Shambhavi Kadam at the inaugural Women Techmakers Summit in Mountain View, CA to discuss their roles in engineering, potential career paths women can follow, and what it's like to work at Google. Deepti Srivastava - Technical Program Manager, Storage, Google Dee Speed - User Experience Design Manager, Google Ellie Powers - Product Manager, Google Play, Google Jay Wong - User Interface Designer, Google Shambhavi Kadam - VP of Product Development, Voir
Coldplay moved to a side stage pretty much in front of us!
Do you know how to properly read your paystub?
Joseph Keogh gave this talk as a nineteen-year-old freshman at Penn State Behrend. He is from Stafford, Virginia where he graduated in 2016 from Mountain View High School. For his talk, Joseph tells the story of how he witnessed the shotgun suicide of one his classmates. This experience was traumatic and life altering. His story however will not be focused on the pain or hardships this moment had on his life, but rather the good that has come out of it. Joseph hopes to share his moment in time with the world in order to raise awareness about the reality of mentally based hindrances, and spread the word about EMDR therapy. As well as help the world look at themselves deeply and evaluate what they hold dear. Joseph Keogh is a nineteen year old freshmen at Penn State Behrend. He is from S...
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A small clip for our dojo's from what we call "around the fire talks." This is an important part of the overall training. This was shot by a student after a long tough day of training in the Mexican Sierras. The rain gods had blessed us yet again so to speak, as a massive storm had hit us all day . We lit a small fire in an animal shed and continued to train, to learn. on our shugyos we typically end this way each day.. long talks and discussions on everything! This becomes the glue that binds the team together.. unscripted, unrehearsed and we flow... Join us in our adventure sometime, it just may change things for you in the best possible way
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On April 30, 2012, Michael Freedman, Founding Partner of Freedman Tung + Sasaki, spoke about the future of urban design at the Mountain View Walk the Talk Forum. This event was the fourth in a series of workshops on the Grand Boulevard Initiative, the goal of which is to re-imagine El Camino Real as a more walkable and vibrant street. This forum was co-sponsored by Greenbelt Alliance, VTA, Santa Clara County Public Health Department, Mountain View Coalition for Sustainable Planning, Sunnyvale Cool, TransForm, San Mateo County Transit District, CA Center for Public Health Advocacy, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, Urban Habitat, San Mateo County Health System, and Sierra Club. This project has been made possible in part by a grant from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.