Our guest for Episode #31 is Madison Kerndt, software engineer and developer evangelist at Iron Core Labs, creators of a development platform for end-to-end data control, privacy, and security
Madison and I cover a lot, including:
- the tradeoffs between privacy and security that consumers are often forced to make
- the morality of security – and whether tech companies hold themselves to a high enough standard in that regard.
- how Boulder is a tech greenhouse
- the importance of digging into the hard tech for newcomers to the tech biz
Follow Madison on Twitter @cipher-sift.
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