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🎧 #014: Friendly rants volume 3: Crawl, walk, run

🎧 #014: Friendly rants volume 3: Crawl, walk, run
“To take this rant to the positive side, this should be an open, honest conversation: Are you even ready for new technology? Because if you haven’t leveraged what you have today, you’re under-resourced, you don’t have time, attention, and budget to do anything else… What is this technology going to do?”

Dennis Krieger

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This is the third installment of a new series of shorter, more casual podcast conversations called Friendly Rants. These episodes are quick, 10-ish minute episodes on something that pisses us off. Everyone loves a good rant, right?

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So why “Friendly” Rants? First, because our guest is my good friend Dennis Krieger (LinkedIn). Second, because we’re not here to talk sh*t on anyone (unless they truly deserve it of course). And third, because we’re not here to complain… we promise to propose a solution to our rant.

Enjoy!

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