Author: Charles Duoto

Weekly News Roundup Feb. 17-24

  AMD is getting ready to launch Ryzen in March, their latest and greatest computer processor series If its exponential increase in stock price is any cue, AMD’s revival is real this time. In fact, AMD’s Ryzen processors are so popular, they’re already best sellers on Amazon. We revealed new die shots of Ryzen at ISSCC, revealing the...

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Preview: CSS in React: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Joe Seifi, a senior javascript engineer for Trulia, has a passion for web development. After all, he’s been working as a web developer since 1998. In the past, Seifi has worked on major front end architecture teams for both Apple and Disney. His experience and knowledge in the coding field should make his panel, CSS in React:...

Preview: Build a Chatbot: The New Consumer Engagement Tool

Tricia Katz is a senior web engineer for Mutual Mobile.  She works extensively with coding and the development of new technologies, in this case, chatbots. Outside of her professional work, Katz is a mentor to women involved in the tech industry. She is the founder of emHERge, which is an annual event that provides girls an opportunity...

TBT: Mairin Heard

Throwback Thursday – To commemorate the 10th year of SXTXState, each Thursday we’ll be featuring past participants in the project. Check back each Thursday until SXSW to find out what SXTXState alumni remember from their time with the project and what they are up to now. Before she was the social media content manager for...

Preview: Virtual Life’s a Drag: Queering VR

Destabilization is what new technology is all about, at least in the eyes of one SXSW panelist, Joshua Morrison. If the short-lived Pokémon Go fad was any indicator, virtual reality and augmented reality have clearly led to an unstable, shifting landscape for developers. This concept of destabilization is precisely what Morrison is attempting to demonstrate...