Cari Davidson, VP of Engineering, Planetly - How to transition a company into a SaaS model within a few months? | Breakfast Bar Podcast Series
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How to transition a company into a SaaS model within a few months?

2023-07-11

Cari Davidson

Cari Davidson

VP of Engineering

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In this episode of the Breakfast Bar Podcast Series, Stephen May speaks to a special guest, Cari Davidson, the VP of Engineering at Planetly in the past. Cari's remarkable journey and her significant contributions at Planetly make for an engaging conversation that is sure to inspire aspiring developers, tech enthusiasts, and industry professionals alike.

Join us as we discuss:

  • The journey of Cari Davidson: her role at Planetly and her most important accomplishments.

  • How do Cari Davidson keep up to date with the latest tech and development.

  • Tools to help drive efficiency in your teams.

  • Main engineering skills and how difficult it is in finding talents.

  • Cari's tips for developers in the space around.

  • Benefits and drawbacks of IT outsourcing, and a real-life example of how external testing support revolutionized quality and stakeholder management.

  • Expert Advice: how to make external staff feel like part of your team.

Join the Breakfast Bar to listen to engaging discussions guided by a prominent industry expert who willingly imparts a treasure trove of knowledge and experience.

Cari Davidson

Guest

Cari Davidson

VP of Engineering

A former hacker turned seasoned programmer and architect with nearly 30 years of experience.

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