Journey of Your Life (Job Ready - Prototyping)

Volume 1 of 5: Becoming a Successful Product Development Craftsman. Prototyping the App & System!
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Published 2/2015 English

Course Description

You are taking:

Journey of Your Life: Becoming a Successful Product Development Craftsman

Job-Ready Prototyping The App & System

My aim as your instructor in this course and all of my related and technical courses, is to teach you to become a practicing and successful Product Development Craftsman or PDC.

We'll do this in a no-nonsense, practical hands-on way in the shortest time possible.

All of my courses are fully "self-contained learning modules."

Train for your destiny. Make a ding in the universe!

No prior experience necessary! If you're a pro already, there's things to learn too!

  • We'll concentrate on creating and refining first and foremost, an advanced PDC mindset and then detailed hands-on 100% prototyping of the app & system.
  • Then, we're going to publish from within the design toolset directly and install and run fully as a 100% native iPhone 6 app! WoW!

I use the best practices and lessons-learned over 20+ years of solid industrial-grade development work to make sure you understand and implement what works and what doesn't.

deliver a very practical and deeply hands-on workshop format that you'll benefit and learn from and love. I promise you!

Introductory Pricing! Take Advantage Now. It May Increase Later!

"Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish" Steve Jobs

Ciao!

Lisa Kristinardottir

PLEASE NOTE: I'll NOT be publishing the rest four (4) courses in this series due to some serious cancer-related issues in my life. I may resume but at this point in my life, it's unlikely.

Now, I have dedicated my life to working in healthcare and fighting cancer in all its forms as a computational-genomics (CRISPR) specialist and fight the good fight for cancer eradication. My deepest apologies to everyone if this has caused any confusion or inconveniences.

Because of this reason, I have reduced the price to ONLY $5 forever and there may be more discounts to you from Udemy! Please do take advantage of this as soon as you cna and benefit from this course and resources I have created for you!

Bless you angels! Lots of love, hugs and kisses! Lis

What are the requirements?

  • An attitude to learn the best-practices from my deep industry experiences from multiple complex development projects that went onto successful implementation and are monetized even as I write this brief and present this course!
  • A background in programming will help immensely but is not mandatory. I'll do everything from a very foundational level.
  • I will teach you with a laser-focus and show you how I developed a single product that has software, hardware and marketing components and how I seamlessly integrated this into a final published and monetized product as a practicing Product Development Craftsman (PDC). myself!
  • So, come on. Let's get to work and become a successful, practicing PDC!

What am I going to get from this course?

  • ...implement the best practices as a professional and successful Product Development Craftsman (PDC).

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone wanting to hone their skills and become a practicing Product Development Craftsman (PDC).

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Welcome to The Journey of Your Life!
00:33

A neat little intro video I did to make your day happy!

Did you know, we need to...

  1. Learn to code. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of software developers alone is expected to grow 22% between 2012 and 2022.
  2. And this doesn’t even include the extraordinary demand for design and product management skills that companies are searching for at career fairs and technical bootcamps.

SOURCE LINK HERE:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-being-tech-savvy-longer-optional-employees-juliet-de-baubigny

Enjoy. Bless ;-)

Lis

03:04

Hello Everyone and Welcome!

This is my intro to you for the course opening. Welcome!

You will succeed as a Product Development Craftsman (PDC)!

Bless

Lis

01:10

Hello Everyone and Welcome!

In this lecture, I discuss very important items to consider to get maximum benefit from this first course, i.e. Volume 1 and from all of the other four volumes this the series.

A correct course heading is mandatory to build up our PDC DNA to access a deeper side of us that has always been there to excel at developing the best products that we can and for your success to become a successful PDC and to go on and develop the prototype with me in this particular course.

Again, welcome.

Bless ;-)

Lis

1 question

Section 2: Volume One: Part 1: A big Warm Welcome to you!
03:28

A warm welcome to you dear student and friend!

We're ready to do some compass-corrections!

In this lecture, I introduce you to the course in more detail and what we're about to do.

I have also included the full presentation in PDF format for your use, reference and benefit.

Thank you and again, a very warm welcome to my course.

Let's do it!

Ciao!

Lis

03:22

In this lecture, I go into a bit more on my style of delivery that's fresh, exciting and not stiff and read straight from a script!

I'll speak to you as a friend would, sitting next to you and discussion issues of great importance to your future as a PDC and showing you the rpoes on how do. In this specific instance, how to create the app system and it's releated mockup and simulated prototype and install, run and present it to the world on your iPhone!

07:05

In this lecture I go into a bit more about what one needs to bring in terms of passion, attitude and a high desire to do the hardest work of one's life.

Is it even possible to do what you love and make money too? We look at this and answer it as well.

03:27

In this lecture, we go into a bit more about what to do with your ideas and ideas that we will conceptualize and take to completion!

You have them. You created them.

Now, let's do something about it!

1 question

Section 3: You Will Win!
01:38

In this lecture, I go a bit into my own career, education and what I have built over many years.

01:00

In this lecture, I go into a bit more on what I have done and pointing out my attitude and work ethic as a PDC. It's the same for you to be a successful PDC as well.

08:37

In this lecture, I go into a small discussion about learning, applying and retrospective attitude for where we always come from, in any project, samll or large!

5 questions

Section 4: Think, Do and Be an Entrepreneur!
06:12

In this lecture, I go into a bit more on who you must become and are as an entrepreneur and what is necessary to to do and what are the huge gains and advantages you'll have as a practicing craftsman.

03:04

In this lecture, I go into a discussion about two specific different strategies of how projects are run that go head-to-head when delivering end-results. We'll pick the one that's the best one for us!

03:59

In this lecture, I go into discussing the preparation you'll need to do and step back a bit, review and then step into the project to do and create project(s) results.

04:28

In this lecture, I go into a bit more on the absolute-minimum and necessary web-presence that you will need to establish for your project as a PDC.

07:16

In this lecture, I go into discussing with you, very frankly, what financial issues you need to think about and up-front, now, not later.

6 questions

Section 5: Volume One: Part 2: App, software and tools!
04:11

In this lecture, I go into detailing the app and system that I developed. This goes into the what, hows, whys and more. You'll see what you'll possibly need to contend with when developing your own project(s).

05:59

In this lecture, I go into details about the software tools which ar part of this course. This covers the necessary ones for professional-level development work, amateur or hobbyist level ones and this points us to different tools in this set which are free and paid as well.

03:32

In this lecture, I point out and discuss the tools necessary for us to start to consider for pro development work starting in Volume 2 and used in other volumes in my Journey of Your Life series.

Section 6: Volume One: Part 3: Mockup Tools
05:19

In this lecture, I introduce you to the mockup toll used by professional apps and systems developers, called Balsamiq.

03:59

In this lecture, I detail a bit more and explain the merits of Balsamiq mockup tool further. You'll see lots of uses, benefits and it'll answer a lot of questions about mocking up during the conceptalizing phase of any of your project(s) and ours here int his course.

Section 7: Road Fork
02:15

In this lecture, we look at a decision-making fork in the road towards developing our prototype. Should we go with Balsamiq or are we going to only deal with free tools for the time being?

2 questions

We're at a FORK in the road!

Section 8: Our Mockup Tool of Choice!
02:30

In this lecture, I introduce you to the InVision mockup tool and the InVision assets in the TETHR product.

08:01

In this lecture, I go into detailing how to use the TETHR assets and the image-editing software on the mac called Pixelmator. Also, I go into details about the features we want to take advantage of and not consider others at this time.

02:21

In this lecture, I detail out the features and uses of the Preview app on the Mac. It's to specifically point out a tool that we can use as an image viewer after we have created the images from the image slices from the TETHR assets.

Section 9: Recaps and Reminders
00:30

In this lecture, I point out how to get to the lecture resources that I have provided for your use.

00:44

In this lecture, I point out what you must do and the attitude to do it yourself, the first time-around at least!

Section 10: Project Management: To SCRUM...or not.
12:14

In this lecture, I introduce you to good management practices and a methodology and a specific framework called SCRUM. I also show you a tool and how to get it, use it and benefit your project, directly.

01:24

In this lecture, I discuss the merits and hows and whys of releases for us. We choose a certain number and I discuss the rationale behind it.

01:59

In this lecture, I discuss with you the issue of resource allocation and how, what and why you should look at certain things in a certain way.

5 questions

Section 11: Sprint 1: Structured Project Work
01:25

IMPORTANT NOTICE, PLEASE READ:

Register with InVision FIRST and then download the TETHR assets. Both are FREE.

Please do this BEFORE using any of the resources given here! ;-)

Resources Included Here in Sprint 1 (and later in Sprint 2):

1. All images in PNG, JPG & PDF formats.

2. These are sheets with all the images in a full sliced sheet format, that we're looking at and then choosing particular ones for a particular screen usage in our InVision project.

3. If you have Pixelmator, Photoshop CC or any other graphics manipulation software, please download the TETHR assets from the TETHR link (given earlier, it's FREE) and then use the psd or sketch file to use the images from the sheets as I've shown you in earlier lectures and all throughout Sprints 1 & 2.

4. I'll also include in each particular step, e.g. Step 2 onward, the files in PNG and JPG formats if you just want to use the screen(s) to load into the InVision app directly and follow along to keep on a FREE-only track for applications and assets usage. I've mentioned this in an earlier lecture as well (the ROAD FORK lecture) ;-)

Section 12: Build, Test, Repeat: Work, Work Work...
03:47

In this lecture, I discuss and launch with you the first part or sprint as we call it in the SCRUM framework and the work we're about to undertake to completion.

Please Note:

1. Samples of logos you can use to inject the logo for the project in the InVision project that we created!

2. You can use these files as logos if you'd like!

Section 13: Integrating Opening and Login Screens
01:58

In this lecture, I discuss about habit-forming good things and also jumping into the fray fo the development work itself. Remember, preparation is key. Acting on this preparation os what will keep your mind latched tightly on the task at hand.

Also, in this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 1 and 2 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Also, again to recap:

1. Please look at the entire images sheets that I have attached to the "Sprint 1 (Resources Included: Sheets (Best JPG, PNG, PDF)" lecture.

2. I have taken screens from them and some of them I created in 375x667 points for the iPhone portrait settings needed to get a good preview in the InVision app system. I mention all this in the video recordings.

3. I have attached each and every screen used and have explained in the videos what the are and why by categories as well, i.e. multimedia, tracking, social media screens, etc.

4. I have converted all of the images from pixelmator .pxm formats into .jpg and .png formats and attached to each and every Step 2, 3, 4, etc. for each lecture ;-)

00:31

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

Google Drive Shared Link

Also: In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 3 and 4 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

01:01

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 5 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

Section 14: Integrating Base Apps Screens
01:31

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 6, 6a and 7 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:37

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 8 and 9 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:18

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 10 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

Section 15: Integrating Central App Theme Screens
06:46

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 11 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:31

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen12 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:47

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 13 and 14 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:23

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 17 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

01:12

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 15 and 16 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

Section 16: Integrating Multimedia Screens
01:10

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 18 and 19 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:14

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 20 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:27

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 21 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

02:04

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 22 plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:26

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 23 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:37

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 28 and 29 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:15

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 37 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:24

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 38 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:50

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 39 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

Section 17: Integrating Utilities screens
00:36

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 24 and 25 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:33

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 32 and 33 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

Section 18: Integrating Social Media Screens
00:34

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 31 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:30

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 26 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:19

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 27 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:36

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 34, 35 and 36 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

Section 19: Integrating Navigation & Tracking Screens
00:21

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screens 30 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

00:51

Hey everyone!

It was taking way too long to upload the resources I wanted to get t you for the prototype screens 1 to 41 in PNG and JPG formats. I'm adding a shared link from my own Google Drive.

Here it is:

SEE GOOGLE DRIVE SHARE LINK in Lecture 33: Google Drive Shared Link

In this lecture, I discuss about the creation of screen 40 and plugging/uploading them into the mockup tool and then seeing the resulting display.

Thank you.

Ciao!

Lis

Step 30: (resources Included: Screen 41)
00:31
Cleanup for Review of Release Candidate 1, Version 0.30
04:56
Purpose of Repetition!
1 question
Section 20: Review, Release and go totally retro!
Review & Release 1 & Version 0.30
02:29
Retrospective #1
05:00
Section 21: Sprint 2: Going for the Final Release!
Start Sprint #2
02:00
Section 22: Build, Test, Repeat: Work, Work Work...
07:48

In this lecture, I do the review and show you what you should do to show a review or preview of the app that you have mocked up for presentation purposes. A very important step.

Section 23: Connecting Login & Opening Screens
01:18

In this lecture, I do a bit more review and you may have to do the same in your project to break up a video or presentation from taking too long! Let's keep it short and sweet as much as possible. I'm practicing this as much as I can myself with you.

To keep the videos as short as I can, I have broken up the steps into multiple steps.

Also, another goal of mine is to have you repeat the work with many steps as a practicing PDC would, as I have mentioned many times in this course in the past lectures.

Pleas take this in stride and as a part of the conditioning I want to do to get you into "super-practice-more" mode!

Section 24: Connecting Base Apps Screens
01:36

In this lecture, we step through some more cleanups!

Section 25: Connecting Central App System Theme Screens
01:19

In this lecture, we step through some more cleanups!

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Instructor Biography

Lisa Kristinardottir, Developer, Algorithmic Forex Trader and SCRUM Specialist

I'm a Senior Solutions Architect. 

My functions are: 

Technical SW+HW and Cloud-Systems Solutions Architect, Proof-of-Concept Programmer, Product Owner and Certified Iterative Agile DevOps Subject-Matter-Expert (SME).

I have many years of diversified experience in the domains of IT, Consulting, Oil, Gas and Geothermal. My projects have ranged from developing and programming proof-of-concept and production-deployed results for: Bots, Machine-Learning, Databases, IoT, Games, Apps Gamification, Mobile Apps, Kali Security Penetration Testing, Genomics BioApps, Agile Iterative DevOps with SCRUM Framework and Advanced Technical Training.

Currently, I develop Voice-Powered Bots (VPBs) integrated with IoT and Voice Authentication, as my single laser-focused concentration. I integrate the VPBs with Apps, Games, IoT, Kali Security & BioApps (in the area of computational-genomics in my quest to fight children's cancer, especially children's leukemia).

I use the best techniques from my long experience and deep lessons-learned in conceptualizing, design, writing, coding, building, testing, publishing and support.

My education and training are in languages, electrical and electronics engineering, IoT, web apps design, applied physics, applied mathematics and computer science.

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