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"Open Source, Data Engineering, GovTech and Diversity in Tech" - Lisa Cao
Women TechMakers Ambassador, Linux Foundation LiFT recipient for Women in Open Source.
This week, I had the honor of speaking to Lisa Cao, listen on all podcast platforms on Friday at 11 AM EST.
In this episode, I had the privilege of sitting down with the multi-talented data engineer and software engineer Lisa Cao. Lisa's journey through the tech world is nothing short of extraordinary. With a diverse background spanning start-ups, nonprofits, consulting firms, GovTech, and biotechnology, she brings a wealth of experience and expertise.
Lisa's passion lies in observability, validation, and reliability in data systems. She's not just a practitioner in her field; she's also a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion in tech. As a Google Women TechMakers Ambassador, she's dedicated to promoting and empowering women in technology.
Her contributions to open source and the tech community have been recognized through the Linux Foundation LiFT (Leveraging Innovation for Tomorrow) program, where she was honored as a recipient for Women in Open Source.
But that's not all! Lisa's leadership extends to her role as the founder and chair of the Vancouver Datajam, an initiative that fosters collaboration and innovation in the data space. She's also the lead maintainer of the BiocSwirl project, actively pushing the boundaries of what's possible in biotechnology.
Join us as we delve into Lisa's incredible journey, her insights into data engineering, her advocacy for women in tech, and her role in pioneering exciting projects in the open-source world. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from and be inspired by the remarkable Lisa!