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The DLA Piper TechLaw Podcast Series covers the latest technological developments in our rapidly changing world. From Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Privacy, FinTech, Internet of Things to Robotics, we will forecast new trends and cover policies and regulation, contract and legal changes. As global leaders, our DLA Piper partners along with industry experts will provide invaluable insight into how new challenges arise and how you can stay ahead of the curve.
 
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Techlash is an immersive chat show featuring montages, interviews, and informed opinions. Silicon Valley captured our imaginations with advances in e-commerce, mobile, and social by 2010. Ten years later, we're still grappling with the consequences of such rapid innovation. Techlash is a celebration and dissection of this complex moment in time.
 
Techlandia is always changing. The podcast started as a collaboration between Alison Anderson, Curt Rees, and Jon Samuelson. Five years later, only Jon Samuelson remains, but with a new crew of hosts. Scott Bedley, Brian Briggs, David Theriault, and Greg Garner are ready to pick up the torch with a number of different educational topics. Authentic topics from people that are trying to be authentic and tell it like it is, and not be among the #edufamous.
 
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In part one of Episode 46 of our TechLaw podcast series, Mo Gawdat, former Chief Business Officer for Google X, serial entrepreneur, founder of the One Billion Happy movement and author of the new book Scary Smart: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and How You Can Save Our World, explains to DLA Piper partner and co-chair of the Technology Sect…
 
Podcast 45 of our TechLaw podcast series sees award-winning presenter, best-selling author and Professor in the Mathematics of Cities at University College London, Hannah Fry, speak to Kit Burden, Partner and Global Co-Chair of the Technology Sector at DLA Piper. Focusing on AI, its strengths and flaws and the need for the human factor, their conve…
 
In episode 44 of our TechLaw podcast series, Dylan Kennett, Senior Associate and member of the Emerging Growth and Venture Capital team, joins Dr. Chris Coleridge, Founder and CEO at Carbon13, a venture builder, in a revelatory discussion on the role start-ups can play in fighting the climate emergency. With a particular focus on the entrepreneurs'…
 
Episode 43 of our TechLaw podcast series features Principal Analyst for Thematic Research at GlobalData, David Bicknell, in discussion with our Amsterdam-based Senior Associate, Floris de Wit. Their conversation focuses on the delicate balance of keeping populations safe when it comes to data privacy and cyber security, but also adopting innovative…
 
In early April the latest version of our Retailer API was launched. Given the importance of the API for almost 15.000 partners this was again a major step. Over the years the retailer API became the heart and soul of our ecosystem. But this path wasn’t always that obvious. It took vision, decisiveness and perseverance to get this far. In this episo…
 
In podcast 42 of our TechLaw podcast series, Jeroen Lokerse, Head of the Netherlands at global real estate firm, Cushman & Wakefield, joins DLA Piper Partner, Daphne Bens, to talk about the population explosion and its impact on the creation of smart cities that provide habitable, sustainable and safe spaces to live and work. They also discuss the …
 
Engineering Productivity With the growth of our engineering community, the need for more focus on engineering productivity is clear. We invited two experts to discuss this topic with us. We actually got to this point when one of our listeners pointed out one of the products we are using for this and how awesome a topic that would be for our podcast…
 
Podcast 41 of our TechLaw podcast series sees David Bell, Director at Hampleton Partners, leading M&A and corporate finance consultancy for companies with technology at their core, and DLA Piper Partner, Mark O’Conor, engage in an exciting conversation on the current innovations in HealthTech, as well as a futuristic outlook on the industry. Key hi…
 
Non-functional tokens (or 'NFTs') are a blockchain-based mechanism for uniquely identifying digital assets, and verifying both authenticity and ownership. An increasingly popular use case for NFTs (albeit it is only one of several use cases) involves the creation and sale of digital art. Notwithstanding that the NFT marketplace for digital art is d…
 
How interaction resulted in a guest appearance “We like interactions and feedback”, that’s what we say in our outro. The guest of our show reacted to one of our podcasts earlier this year. We reached out to him and invited him to the podcast. Why? Because it’s good to look in the mirror. Check our stories with the outside in view. And that’s exactl…
 
How Data Science supports us to predict the unpredictable Just like for any store, forecasting is an important tool to support the business and its profitability. At bol.com we have worked on several major iterations of our forecast. One of the hosts worked on a large leap in forecast performance over 8 years ago. You can check some another leap we…
 
Why build an open-source FTP server in Rust? Sometimes, I must admit I’m a little dazzled by all the languages, frameworks and stuff our engineers work with. So, when our guest of today explained to me some of the intriguing aspects of the language we will be discussing in this episode I had to stretch my mind a little. I managed and could follow h…
 
AI companies need to engage with the ethical implications of their systems. That involves planning ahead: in this episode, we therefore look at the European Union’s proposed AI regulation, and – with the help of our guest, Patricia Shaw – discuss its application in an EdTech context. The proposed regulation is available here. Patricia Shaw is CEO o…
 
In episode 40 of our TechLaw podcast series Sunita Grote, Lead at UNICEF Ventures, and DLA Piper partner, Luca Gori, speak about emerging technologies and trends in the marketplace, as well as opportunities and outcomes from previous UNICEF Ventures’ investments. Join Sunita and Luca at our fifth European Technology Summit on the 5th October 2021. …
 
Who is the Podcast Guest? This will be a bonus episode. Maybe not that tech-related but instead you will listen to a very energetic, passionate and inspiring person: The Podcast Guest. Who knows a lot about asking the right questions and working in teams. And following one of the topics of our last episode, a lot of curiosity is involved. We invite…
 
In episode 39 of our TechLaw podcast series Sean Williams, Chairman of London-based fibre networks, G.Network Communications and Grain Connect Limited, joins DLA Piper partner, Mike Conradi, to discuss the recent explosion in demand for fibre networks in light of the pandemic. This fascinating exchange sheds light on the ever growing need for stabl…
 
What is the key competence of our business analysts (BA) We talked about domain knowledge, tech affinity and building bridges between stakeholders and software engineers. Sometimes the business analyst is almost seen as a project manager. Aligning with product owners is key in this role. Every business analysts within bol.com fills in this role dif…
 
Podcast 38 of our TechLaw podcast series sees Gary Stewart, Founder & CEO at FounderTribes, a platform connecting and empowering entrepreneurs, join Luca Gori, partner and Corporate M&A lawyer at DLA Piper, to discuss the role of diversity in global corporate venture capital investing. They discuss how to use strategic alliances, not just to help r…
 
Next level leveraging cloud computing We moved 70% of our services to the cloud and new services start in the cloud unless… Time to dive into a topic brought up by our tech leads. Want to know how you can maximize your cloud benefits? Alexandra wrote a blog post on Horizontal Pod Auto-scaling, HPA. It triggered us for this episode. Maximizing cloud…
 
Writing an article is reflection, publishing it is getting feedback Learning from our colleagues. That is important to us. So, we were delighted when we found another great piece of this on LinkedIn, Elinore shared. to inspire others who are thinking of transitioning from tech into a leadership role or are just curious about my experiences and thou…
 
From how it was born to what it is now in 45 minutes One of the things that make us really proud about working in Tech at bol.com is our annual Space Summit. Our internal tech conference by developers for developers. And maybe you can recall we had quite some interesting episodes, blogs and videos about it and some of the talks given there in the l…
 
Data Maturity Model as common ground, Data Literacy Model to measure the level of speaking, writing and reading data To state as a company we want to become more data-driven is the first step. To truly understand what this means and define a common ground to discuss the progress is the second. Back in the eighties, the Capability Maturity Model was…
 
Supporting products with KPI’s and OKR’s We had previous episodes on how bol.com is moving to a product organization. In this one, we’ll dive into how to measure the success of these products and set objectives for them. Including measuring whether we are getting the desired results. Being the data-driven company that we want to be we asked our dat…
 
Every time I look at you. I see myself. I’m so proud of you. For you help make me what I am. A better man. I’m just so proud of you. ~ Lyrics by Alain Clark A special episode comes with a special opening. In February we had an extraordinary occasion during our onboarding. Father and Son in the same ‘virtual room. Father started as Software Engineer…
 
Where a contract confers a discretion on one party that materially affects the rights of its counterparty, the discretion must be exercised rationally. The Supreme Court held in Braganza v BP Shipping Ltd [2015] UKSC 17 that exercising a discretion rationally involves (i) taking the right things (and only the right things) into account, and (ii) av…
 
The why and what of our Software engineers on Duty Let’s be honest about this, nobody likes to be woken up at night to react to an alert whether it’s a text- or whatsapp message, (automated) phone call or traditional pager. But every company taking his 24/7 run seriously has to organize their on call duty in a scalable and sustainable way. Initiall…
 
Don’t miss our story of the introduction of the Tech Leads During the podcast, you will find out what Tech Leads are and why we need to build this community of Tech Leads at bol.com. You will learn how we approached this and avoid hiding the Tech Leads in ivory towers. The two tech leads and an IT director share best practices and pitfalls (and wha…
 
Fully autonomous vehicles may be a few years away, but cars offering so-called “eyes off/hands off”, or “Level 3” automation, whereby the car is sufficiently capable that the driver’s role is limited to taking over control when requested by the car to do so, is expected to be commercially available in the very near future. In this episode we flash …
 
Representation in the media and in the workplace get a lot of attention for good reason. Who we see onscreen and in our daily lives impacts the way we perceive one another, but diversity in tech is potentially even more important. As artificial intelligence becomes increasingly central in our lives, we are at risk of programming our biases into sof…
 
Introduction Peter is very honest in this episode (the stage is not the place he is really comfortable at) and Peter Paul is sharing his first experience with Improv (is it a small trauma Peter Paul?). So time to talk about Improv, Improvisation Theatre and applied Improv because we do want to learn about it and we are really curious how this relat…
 
In Episode 36 of our TechLaw podcast series, Dubai-based partners and M&A lawyers at DLA Piper, Will Seivewright and Eamon Holley, are joined by Directors at Control Risks, Courtenay Smith and Will Brown, in an invigorating discussion on the latest M&A trends in the GCC. In this conversation, they analyse the recent impact and acceleration of techn…
 
In Episode 35 of our TechLaw Podcast Series, Middle-East based DLA Piper partner, Paul Latto, joins an incredible panel of experts including Tony Chacko Joseph, from UAE's Ministry of Finance; Khalid Saad, Board Member at CoinMENA; and Phil Reynolds, Board Director and Co-founder at Pyypl, to discuss the rapid growth in mobile payments and platform…
 
Advances in consumer technology have allowed us to track almost every aspect of our lives, whether we're awake or asleep. Eight Sleep is a smart mattress company that markets itself as a fitness brand. Our guest is Alexandra Zatarain, one of the co-founders and the VP of Brand & Marketing at Eight Sleep. We recently launched a Techlash LinkedIn pag…
 
In Episode 34 of our TechLaw Podcast Series, DLA Piper partner, Alexandra Kamerling, talks about antitrust law in the digital age with Laura Petrone, Senior Analyst of Technology Thematic Research at GlobalData Plc. Their conversation delves into how traditional regulations are being evolved to allow for a fair playing field that also fosters innov…
 
Introduction In July 2019 we had our first podcast episode on voice and Google Assistant. Back then Marieke and Marvin introduced us to the future of interaction by voice. In this episode, we dive into the potential of brand recognition. Many people in The Netherlands will recognize the voice we use in our commercials on radio, television and socia…
 
Even as access to healthcare expands in the United States, we struggle to provide specialized care for those in need. Gil Addo, CEO and co-founder of RubiconMD, explains how his company democratizes medical expertise through innovation. We recently launched a Techlash LinkedIn page. Follow it here › The views of the hosts do not reflect those of th…
 
AI can improve how businesses make decisions. But how does a business explain the rationale behind AI decisions to its customers? In this episode, we explore this issue through the scenario of a bank that uses AI to evaluate loan applications and needs to be able to explain to customers why an application may have been rejected. We do so with the h…
 
Introduction Another week another book discussion. Maybe we can start a second Techlab Podcast dedicated to interesting books? We got some great responses on the last week’s episode about team topologies and we had a good opportunity. So it is time for the Never Split the Difference – Podcast. In earlier episodes, we talked with YP’s about their si…
 
We're excited to announce the Techlash newsletter (launching in March) and share some of the great feedback we've received in response to season one. We're taking a two-week hiatus and will return on February 18th with the final three episodes of season one. We just launched a Techlash LinkedIn page. Follow it here ›…
 
Even when co-workers have the best of intentions, it can be hard to create an inclusive workplace. Danielle Applestone, CEO and co-founder of Daughters of Rosie, a placement startup focused on getting underrepresented groups into manufacturing (with an emphasis on women of color), has a fresh perspective on how to make the workplace more inclusive.…
 
Introduction A lot of people involved in the design and structuring of organizations could learn a lot from the book Team Topologies. Our guest describes it in the episode a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for organizational design and evolution. The header of the website and the subtitle of the suggest that it is the way for organizing business and…
 
Introduction It sparked in the episode Interactive heavy applications we should record a podcast episode on TypeScript. Around the same time, we came in contact with Hackages. A company focusing on learning tech. Time to bring the engineers together and dive deeper into TypeScript. Typescript is mentioned amongst the 5 most promising languages in 2…
 
Tech has something of a recruiting problem. In addition to venturing outside of personal and professional networks to find candidates, hiring managers have to avoid unconscious bias in the hiring process. Aline Lerner is the CEO and co-founder of interviewing.io and her company provides anonymous technical interviews for practice and placement. We …
 
It's hard to break into tech and, by definition, more difficult for people from underrepresented groups. Coding bootcamps promise access to the industry, but they don't provide the necessary tools for everyone to succeed. This week's guest is Michael Ellison, CEO and founder of CodePath. We just launched a Techlash LinkedIn page. Follow it here › T…
 
Introduction We want to share our approach to IT to learn and entertain you. In this episode, we are happy to have an external guest at the table discussing with our internal guest. GraphQL stands for Graph Query Language and is used for interacting with services from the frontend. We are talking about API’s here. Explore with us the possibilities …
 
The second part of Episode 33 of our TechLaw Podcast Series, features an insightful discussion between DLA Piper partner, Paul Allen, and author of Future Fit, Andrea Clarke. With Covid-19 having accelerated the shift from physical to virtual working, how do businesses connect its people to its strategy and motivate, educate and inspire them throug…
 
Part one of Episode 33 in our TechLaw Podcast Series sees Andrea Clarke, author of Future Fit: How to Stay Relevant and Competitive in the Future of Work, draw on her fascinating life experience to advise on how to stay secure in the future of work and create value as we undergo a digital evolution. Creating a strong sense of self in the workplace …
 
In part two of Episode 32 of our TechLaw Podcast Series, Alina Truhina, Chief Strategy Officer at Founders Factory Africa, resumes her conversation on business collaborations between corporates and startups with one of our partners, Chris Baird. Shifting the conversation to the challenges and opportunities for startups when joining with established…
 
Scott Bedley and Jon Samuelson are the Grumpy Old Teachers. Join us as we give you a couple of websites, a couple of good things, and a couple of rants from the world of teaching. Some educational podcast talk about education, the Grumpy Old Teachers are actually out there teaching.
 
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