Recap of our podcast: Hola Mundo | Season 1

After a year of many changes in the way we use technology, this first season of Hello World had us talk with leaders in development, startups and the world of innovation about how their teams and customers are reacting to this new system. operational at work and in life.

Guests from well-known companies such as Mercedes Benz and El Financiero as well as growing startups such as WeeSign and Escoolar shared incredible knowledge and lessons about solving big problems, the relationship between success and failure, and the future of technology. We share a brief summary of season 1 of Hello World.

Episode 1: The Beginning with Carlos Vela, Co-Founder of DaCodes

“Nobody wanted to trust digital and we did” – Carlos Vela

In this first episode of Hello World, with Mauricio Moreno and Carlos Vela we share our beginnings in the world of software development and the obstacles we had to overcome to get to where we are today. We cover a variety of topics, from artificial intelligence to the power of social media and its scalability.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 1

Episode 2: The school of the future with Alejandro Yemal, CEO of Escoolar

“We tried another educational scheme, and it brought us very good results” – Alejandro Yemal

In this episode with Alejandro Yemal, we touched on all the issues related to online education and what we can expect from a classroom in the future “EdTech ”.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 2

Episode 3: Technological Acceleration, Blockchain, and NFTs with Jonathan Ruiz, General Director of Special Projects and Regional Editions at El Financiero

“The future goes towards everything that involves the creation of software to generate a virtual world”

In this episode with Jonathan Ruiz, director of special projects at El Financiero, we address topics such as technological acceleration, NFTs, Blockchain and what we think technological life will be like in 20 years.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 3

Episode 4: Imperial Toys with Jorge Ayala and Óscar Galaz, Co-founders of Imperial Toys

“Everything is information and everyone needs information” – Jorge Ayala

In this episode we were accompanied by Jorge Ayala and Óscar Galaz, co-founders of the collectible figures company Imperial Toys. Where they shared with us the beginnings of what is now a mega success story in the Yucatan peninsula and throughout Mexico.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 4

Episode 5: The future is not on Mars with José Dimas, engineer, teacher and content creator

“Imagination is our limit.” – José Dimas

In this episode the engineer, teacher, writer and content creator Jose Dimas tells us a bit about his experience in the world of software development and how software engineering is eating the world.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 5

Episode 6: All roads lead to software with Axel Juárez and Joshua Villalpando, project managers at DaCodes

“We are moving into a future that maybe we didn’t even imagine” – Axel Juárez

Are machines going to replace humans? Artificial Intelligence, Remote Project Management, and the Power of Databases Explained by Axel and Joshua, Project Managers at DaCodes.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 6

Episode 7: Startup culture vs. corporate ladder with José Antonio García, innovation and technology leader at Mercedez-Benz

“Things can be done, the only thing missing is that we dare to do it. “- José García

In this episode we are accompanied by José Antonio García Escandón, the current innovation and technology leader at Mercedes-Benz, we touch on various topics, from Startup Culture and Corporate Ladder to Hyperreality.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 7

Episode 8: Undertaking to save the world with Tony González, director of the Yucatecan Institute of Entrepreneurs IYEM

“The enterprise can fail, go bankrupt, the one who should not fail is the entrepreneur” – Tony González </ h2 >

In this episode we are accompanied by Tony González, current director of Instituto Yucateco de Emprendedores IYEM, covering, from current examples of success, to the future of entrepreneurship. </ div >

Listen to it through this link: Episode 8

Episode 9: Olympic-level technology with Javier Arnaiz Lastras, NBA Academy LATAM Physical Trainer and the National High Performance Center of Mexico, Founder and Co-founder of SoloPerformance and ThermoHuman.

“Enjoying these games that in the end are like light after the pandemic” – Javier Arnaiz </ h2 >

In this episode we are accompanied by Javier Arnaiz Lastras. Physical Trainer NBA Academy LATAM and the National High Performance Center of Mexico, Founder and Co-founder of SoloPerformance and ThermoHuman. He shares his history, vision and experience of technology in sport at the Olympic and professional level.

Listen to it through this link: Episode 9

Episode 10: Digital transformation is a matter of culture with Luis Cárdenas, founder of WeeSign

“The signature at the end of the day is a way of expressing your consent, your will” – Luis Cárdenas </ h2>

Luis Cárdenas, founder of WeeSign, shares with us the trajectory of his startup , the experience and opinion on digital transformation, mentioning the evolution of the firms over the years and where they will be in the future .

Listen to it through this link: Episode 10

Many thanks to all the guests who have contributed by telling us their story and thanks to our listeners as well! We hope you enjoyed the first season of Hello World.

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