Our Next Event
Hackathons – Tales from the Edge
Speaker: Terry Allen, Jeremy Duvall, Basil Udoudoh
Date: Thursday February 27, 2014
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
Directions: When you pull into the driveway the GTRI facility is to your left. Go straight and enter the parking deck.
Parking is FREE. Once you enter the GTRI facility, look for CHI*Atlanta in one in one of the two meeting rooms immediately to your right.
Cost: FREE to members and non-members alike
Think 2 week sprints are short? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to compress the entire cycle into less than a weekend? For this month’s program, we will have a case study of what happens when the clock starts ticking.
Terry is a formally trained product designer and an innovation authority with nearly two decades of experience in design, development and marketing. Recently, he joined Atlanta startup ShootProof, as Director of User Experience, where he oversees the design and UX across all platforms and services.
Terry studied architecture and product design before designing exhibits, products and marketing campaigns for dozens of Fortune 500 companies and global brands including AMD, Coca-Cola, Dell, Delta Air Lines, Energizer, Intel, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Rubbermaid, Texas Instruments and Xerox PARC. In his spare time, the Georgia Tech grad enjoys using design and technology to advance civic causes. He is cofounder of Govathon, chair of Random Hacks of Kindness Atlanta and a local organizer of the Interaction Design Association.
Jeremy is a software architect with Slalom Consulting specializing in the design and implementation of scalable, performant, and maintainable enterprise applications built through the lens of a healthy respect for compiler technology, research focusing in software quality, and a fascination with algorithms and design patterns. He recently returned to his alma mater Georgia Institute of Technology to graduate with a Masters Degree in Computer Science specializing in software engineering and database design. Jeremy has worked with several clients in the Atlanta area, the most notable of which are Coca-Cola, The Home Depot, and McKesson.
Basil is a Software Architect with Slalom Consulting. His primary subject matter expertise area is mobility, but he also provides expertise in Cloud Infrastructure Architecture. He is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology (2007, B.S. Electrical Engineering) that has been developing mobile and web applications for 10 years. His development work while at Slalom has been for clients such as AT&T, The Home Depot, Coca-Cola.