The Floating Point — Episode 14: The Future of Programming

The Floating Point —InfoComm 2018 is in the rearview mirror, and it’s time to podcast again! Jimmy Vaughan (@jrsyjmy), UC Technical Product Manager at Crestron Electronics, joins host Hope Roth (@beerandpie) to talk about Unified Communication, the future of programming, and why you need to know what a VLAN is.

But first! How professional wrestling can prepare you for a career in technology. Spoiler alert: it (unfortunately) doesn’t involve hitting anyone with a chair.

Hope and Jimmy get into it about RL, Crestron Studio, and “the Google.”

And finally! Jimmy’s craziest story about emergency travel to help out a client (hint: it involves flying from New Jersey to Texas to Vancouver) (It also starts with “O” and ends in “lympics.”)

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About Hope Roth

Hope Roth is a Crestron Certified Programmer with experience in the residential, commercial, and higher education verticals. She works as a programmer for Riordan Brothers Integration in Boston, MA. She hosts the AV-Programming-focused podcast, The Floating Point and writes for the rAVe Blog Squad. In the five minutes of free time that she makes for herself every week, she likes to sew, run, and go standup paddle boarding.