Due to the rise of standardized testing, Natasha Carlyon decided to leave teaching and enter web development in 2016. She found her first programming home at Greater Sum. The company builds quality software for clients using an agile, iterative approach. Greater Sum also provides training on agile and clean code practices. She is grateful to be a part of a team of lifelong learners.
When you watch Picard commanding the Enterprise or Iron Man discovering a new element with JARVIS, you can’t help but marvel at the voice control technology. Although we’re not quite there yet, Amazon Alexa is on its way. I will discuss how I created an Alexa skill that teaches math facts via story telling.