SXSW 2017: How Capital One Became Technology First with Open Source
People are expecting banks, as well as other businesses, to be more real-time, digital-first, and be able to anticipate customer needs. This is why the company is increasingly building, and open sourcing, its own software, as well as empowering engineers to rapidly innovate using modern architecture. In this episode of The New Stack Makers, we speak with Lorinda Brandon, Director for Developer Marketing, for Capital One DevExchange, on the journey to becoming a technology-first company.
SXSW 2017: How Capital One Became Technology-First With Open Source
0:59: Tell me about your own experiences. What’s your background, and what you’ve been working on?
2:29: The disruption process and the core themes you think about when you think about disruption.
4:51: How Capital One defines the work of its teams.
8:31: Helping developers solve the problems they have, and the ecosystems they’re a part of.
8:45: How open source technologies allow for software variation and innovation.
12:35: The consumption, technical aspects, and functions of APIs.
Capital One sponsored this podcast.