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Video games: They’re serious business! Except when they’re not serious at all. Each week on Triple Click, video game experts Kirk Hamilton, Maddy Myers, and Jason Schreier journey into the fascinating world of games. They’ll explore hot topics in video game news and culture, answer burning listener questions, debate the pros and cons of the biggest new games, and replay old classics together.
 
Themes and Variation is Soundfly’s podcast about music and perspectives. In each episode, expert musicians and avid music lovers draw on their professional experiences and personal backgrounds to share unique insights and passionate opinions about songs they’ve selected based on their interpretations of a given theme. Of course, whether the panel’s discussing epic songs, songs that use the same sample, or classic wedding band requests, this is a show for anyone who loves music and has a desi ...
 
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Infostretch Chief Customer Officer Avery Lyford had a chance to speak with one of the leading influencers in data science and big data, Kirk Borne from Booz Allen Hamilton. Kirk, who spent the first 20 years of his career working as an astrophysicist at NASA, shares his views on the connection between rocket science and data science, how digital is…
 
New year, new themes! We've got a special one for our first episode of 2021. On this episode of T&V, Carter and Mahea tackle Songs Defined By Their Solos. And they have the perfect guest for this deep dive into some incredible solos and the songs they defined in Kirk Hamilton. Kirk is a writer, musician, and the host of one of our all time favorite…
 
This week we dive into the weird world of video game twists, and spoiler alert: there WILL be spoilers. First Ash leads us in a discussion on the controversy of spoilers in the gaming world. Then, Nathan takes us through a speed run on the history of the MGS2 twist. And finally, Fahey quizzes us on the most memorable video game twists via bullet po…
 
In this DTV Interview, Avery Lyford and Mark Etherington, Chief Technology Officer of Crux Informatics, discuss the complexity of data supply chains, the impact a fragmented cloud has on data operations and management and the rise of cloud warehouses. They also dive into what comes next for data providers and what to expect from the market in the n…
 
Infostretch CCO, Avery Lyford, had a chance to speak with Paul Gillin, renowned IT author, journalist and Enterprise Editor at SiliconANGLE. In this DTV interview, they discuss what it takes for a legacy business to digitally transform itself and how firms in various industries can pivot their value creation mechanism to align it with their digital…
 
Shellye Archambeau was one of Silicon Valley's first female black CEOs. Formerly an executive at IBM and CMO at two public companies, She currently serves as a Fortune 500 board member and holds board seats at Verizon, Nordstrom, Roper Technologies, and Okta. In this DTV Interview, she speaks with Infostretch Chief Marketing Officer, Leila Modarres…
 
In this episode, Rich Gallagher CPO of Energage and Avery Lyford CCO of Infostretch discuss how gathering and analyzing the right type of data can employee engagement and productivity and how enterprises are leveraging employee engagement to competitively advantage their organizations.
 
Infostretch CCO, Avery Lyford, had a chance to speak with Jon Weg, Retail Digital Transformation Leader and ex-Chief Information Officer of The Body Shop. In this episode, Jon, who spent over 20 years leading international delivery teams, dives into the future of retail in a Post-COVID World and how traditional brick and mortar retailers can still …
 
Infostretch CCO Avery Lyford had a chance to speak with Manish Dureja, MD & CEO of InterMiles, the world’s leading travel and lifestyle rewards program. In this DTV Interview, they discuss the importance of customer experience in creating engagement and loyalty and how digital is forging new personalized customer experiences in the travel and rewar…
 
Infostretch CCO Avery Lyford & CTO Manish Mistry had a chance to speak with Kohsuke Kawaguchi (KK), the creator of Jenkins and CEO and co-founder of Launchable. The three of them discuss their thoughts on the advance of digital and how analytics and AI are solving the age-old problem of testing as a software delivery bottleneck.…
 
In this episode of DTV, we speak with Dominique Raviart a leading BPO expert from analyst firm NelsonHall. Dominique shares his views on how AI can power digital transformation by helping enterprises capitalize on the wealth of data they have, and how to work around the current data science skill shortage faced by all.…
 
Who needs salespeople? Social selling expert Tim Hughes believes social media is fundamentally changing the way people buy—and that both B2B and B2C companies have to get on board before their competition does. In this DTV interview, he shares his views on social’s growing role in enterprise digital transformation, how buyer behavior is changing, a…
 
Tech industry observer Lisa Morgan joins DTV to discuss the hype vs. the reality of digital transformation today. She also weighs in on the impact of new technologies like AI and machine learning and the wisdom of “move fast, break things” in our current social and business environment.
 
In this edition of DTV, we head to Europe to speak with entrepreneur and innovator Antonio Grasso, founder and CEO of Digital Business Innovation SRL, a consulting firm that combines digital business strategy and technical execution. Grasso shares his thoughts on the real drivers behind digital transformation and why it is so much bigger than the s…
 
In this episode of DTV, we speak with Michael Krigsman, Industry analyst, CXOTalk host, and ZDNet columnist talks about the evolution of digital transformation and the difference between those companies whose initiatives are succeeding vs. those that aren’t. Business vs. technology, customer first, and real-time feedback loops are just a few of Mic…
 
In this episode, Infostretch CMO Leila Modarres sits down with Sanjeev Agarwal, president and CEO of healthcare AI startup LeanTaas to discuss how the company is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help hospitals and clinics make better use of their existing healthcare infrastructure and assets to improve patient care while reduci…
 
In the wake of Cyberpunk 2077, a game with a rocky launch that will now try to find redemption, Jason, Maddy, and Kirk take a look at some other video game redemption stories. They talk about No Man's Sky, Destiny, Final Fantasy XIV, and other games that got better over time. What does a successful turnaround look like? And what are the ethical que…
 
Let the children lose it, let the children use it, and let all the children join in for Strong Songs year three! Kirk kicks off the new year with a pair of classics by the great David Bowie: 1969's melancholy "Space Oddity" and 1972's triumphant "Starman." What goes up, as they say, must come down. Written by: David Bowie Albums: David Bowie (1969)…
 
Joe Colantonio, a leading expert in software test automation joins us for a new DTV episode! In his own irreverent style, Joe dispels some common misconceptions about software test automation, why the dev/test processes of companies like Google and Facebook are not necessarily the best models for most companies, the diversification of automation to…
 
It's time: Kirk, Jason, and Maddy convene to go over their 2020 predictions and determine who got the most right. Who won, and which game will Triple Click play in 2021? You'll have to listen to find out! Plus: big predictions for video games in 2021! One More Thing: Kirk: Wonder Woman 1984 Maddy: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Jason: Never Split The…
 
For our first episode of the new and rebooted Splitscreen we’re discussing...wait for it...reboots! Join us as we chat about the difference between a reboot and a remaster, argue about which of our favorite reboots is the best, and Nathan holds us all hostage as he obsesses over the 2012 remake of the Atari hit SpyHunter.…
 
2020 is over!!! Thank goodness! It's time for Kirk, Jason, and Maddy to go over the best games of 2020. Each host shares their top-ten list, which includes some choices you might guess... and some that might surprise you! Plus: Jason and Kirk have finally finished the game they were obliged to play... Kirby Planet Robobot. One More Thing: Kirk: Spe…
 
Happy Holidays, Splitscreeners! This week, to be somewhat on theme with the time of year, we're talking all things ice levels. First Fahey kicks us off by talking about the (supposed) very first ice level to show up in a video game, then we discuss our very favorite and our most-hated ice levels in video games. Finally, we wrap up with an interview…
 
Kirk Cameron tries to retrofit secular-ish Xmas traditions into a religious context much in the same way Dennis Miller tries to retrofit a reference to the Aleutians Campaign of WWII into a conversation with his son about why he got too drunk at Thanksgiving and punched a hole in the door to the Family Room. Much in the same way Brandon tries to re…
 
It’s here again: That time of year when the charm and nostalgia of our favorite holiday songs have just about worn off even though the lights are still twinkling brightly and at least a few gifts have yet to be wrapped. It’s hard to appreciate the comfortable familiarity of a wintry carol when it’s been worming its way into your ears for weeks. For…
 
This week we're talking about the disaster that is video game award shows. To kick things off, Nathan runs us through the brief (and odd) history of video game award shows. Then, despite ourselves, we present the very first Splitscreen Awards. And finally, we finish with a crosstalk segment in which we continue to dive into why video game awards ar…
 
Is Cyberpunk 2077 the biggest game of the year? Or just the most broken? This week, the gang dives into CD Projekt Red's hotly anticipated new RPG: the good, the bad, and the very, very ugly. Jason, Maddy, and Kirk talk about their impressions on the game and their thoughts on all the many, many, many controversies surrounding it. One More Thing: K…
 
Sridhar Narayanan has been an integral part of the digital transformation efforts at two different companies that continue to lead their industries – Scholastic and Weight Watchers. In this interview with Infostretch CMO Leila Modarres, Sridhar shares his most valuable lessons learned, and offers some personal insights on how QA teams can stay one …
 
Infostretch CMO Leila Modarres speaks with DevOps thought leader Alan Shimel about the symbiotic role of DevOps in digital transformation and some of the most important considerations for organizations on the journey including top-down leadership, culture change, not doing it yourself, and building on one small success after another.…
 
Yes, we caved. There's no way we couldn't talk about Cyberpunk 2077 this week, and who better to talk with us about it than Kotaku's editor-at-large Riley MacLeod? First, we jump straight to the junk of Cyberpunk's character creator with a segment called That's a Good-Looking Penis. Then, Nathan and Riley answer Fahey and Ash's questions about the …
 
Maddy, Kirk, and Jason open up the mailbag to answer some of YOUR questions. Should there be a Game Award for the best studio culture? How do we honestly criticize games while knowing how many blood, sweat, and pixels they take to develop? And just how necessary is Twitter Discourse? One More Thing: Kirk: Warner Bros. / HBO Max Maddy: Hades Jason: …
 
What kind of music did your parents listen to when you were growing up? Did they listen to yacht rock classics? What about something a little more uplifting? Or maybe they listened to... the most popular band of all time. In this episode, our panel dusts off some heirloom LPs and takes a deep dive into their parent’s record collections to uncover s…
 
This week we're exploring the nature of hype. Is it actually that helpful? When does it help vs. harm? First, Nathan guides us through video game hype history. Then, Ashley takes us through a new segment called Whyberpunk 2077, in which we talk about about the machinery of hype for games and how it may or may not be effective. Finally, Fahey walks …
 
What are they, rocket ships? In honor of the recent release of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, the gang looks back at the history of video game console launches. Which were the best ones? Which were the worst? And what were Kirk, Maddy, and Jason's personal experiences with console launches? Let's discuss!!! One More Thing: Kirk: Immortals Fenyx Rising …
 
Many dads enter...the same amount of dads leave feeling a little bit worse about their performance as fathers. In this special Thanksgiving edition of Kotaku's Splitscreen, we enter The Fatherdome! Listen in as we discuss the best found families in video games and what gaming is like within each of our own, real, meatier familial units. And brace y…
 
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