Open Source Apprentice Program with Tracy Lee & Moshe Milman

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About This Episode

Looking for more ways to support diversity in tech? In this episode, Tracy Lee, founder of This Dot, and Moshe Milman, co-founder of Applitools, will discuss This Dot’s new Open Source Apprentice program. Listen in to discover how this initiative invests in open source and enables energetic and passionate junior developers to achieve This Dots’ and Applitools’ vision of supporting tech diversity through open-source programs and beyond.

About Tracy Lee & Moshe Milman

Tracy Lee

Tracy is the Co-Founder of This Dot Labs, a consultancy focused on helping companies with digital transformations. She is also a Google Developer Expert, RxJS Core Team member, a Women Techmakers Lead, and a frequent keynote speaker at conferences. She heads up Community Relations for Node.js at OpenJS Foundation, is the host of the Modern Web podcast, organizer of This.JavaScript, Contributor Days, Google Developer Group Silicon Valley and Triangle, and RxWorkshop.

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Moshe Milman is the cofounder of Applitools, a cloud service for automated visual testing. As part of his role at Applitools, he helps dozens of companies across the industry implement state-of-the-art test automation suites. Moshe is passionate about software testing and frequently gives talks about it in various conferences around the globe. Before starting Applitools, he served at various VP roles overseeing product, QA, and professional services. Moshe holds a bachelor’s degree in information systems from the Technion—Israel Institute of Technology and an MBA from IDC (Wharton Business School's Global Consulting Practicum).

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