This is the third episode of the Engage series and it features IAUG member Tyler Preder. He works at the University of Washington and he
We talk about how Tyler got into the telecom industry, his quick brush with going to school for mathematics and how that applies to telecom, his passion for stopping robocalls and spam and much more!
This episode features Avaya veteran and fellow podcaster Mark Fletcher. If you spend enough time in the IAUG community, you’ll soon find out certain people have their “thing”. Well, Mark Fletcher has multiple “things”.
First of all, he’s passionate about all things 911.
Second of all, he’s a huge part of the IAUG community where he spearheaded Avaya podcasts.
We talk about the origins of Karrie’s law, a law that he had a major part of developing and supporting, and leaving legacies through our professions. We talk about how he got into podcasting and why he thinks podcasting’s the same as telecom.
The IAUG Insider Podcast will start with a series with interviews from IAUG Engage from Austin, Texas. We’ve had some great conversations with Avaya higher-ups and community members who share their industry expertise, opinions, and overall interesting conversations.
And like any good publication, we want to know what you’re interested in and what you want to hear. If you have any suggestions, please let me know on Twitter @IAUGMatthew or @IAUG.
The first conversation is with Avaya CTO and VP of Emerging Products and Technology, Valentine Matula. I brought along IAUG member Nick Kwiatkowski along for the chat to lend his voice to the conversation as well. We had this conversation in a hallway at Austin Convention Center and I think you’ll enjoy it.