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May 16–17, 2016: Training & Tutorials
May 18–19, 2016: Conference
Austin, TX
Cate Huston

Cate Huston
Director of Mobile Engineering, Ride

Cate Huston is director of mobile engineering at Ride. Cate has lived and worked in the UK, Australia, Canada, China, and the United States, previously as an engineer at Google, an Extreme Blue intern at IBM, and a ski instructor. She built Show & Hide (available on iTunes) and speaks internationally on mobile development. Her writing has been published on sites as varied as Be Leaderly, Lifehacker, the Daily Beast, the Eloquent Woman, and Model View Culture. She is an advisor at Glowforge, cocurates Technically Speaking, blogs at Accidentally in Code, and is @catehstn on Twitter.


11:45am–12:30pm Tuesday, 05/17/2016
Location: Meeting room 17 A
Cate Huston (Ride)
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So you’re going to be an interviewer. Maybe you get some legal training, but soon enough you’re out there experimenting—with someone else’s career. Aside from the odd polite note from a candidate following up, you get no feedback, so how do you know what you’re doing well (or not)? Cate Huston offers concrete strategies for making the part of the experience you control better for the interviewee. Read more.