Hacking together an open source vocation

Jul 30, 2020 | Podcast, Season 3

“What is God actually calling us to do with our lives? How can we use our gifts for His Kingdom?”  

Henry Zhu has worked hard to try and answer these questions for himself. From his start as an Industrial Engineering graduate, through his first programming job with Adobe, to his current work as Core Maintainer for Babel (an Open Source Java Script Compiler). He has repeatedly chosen the path-less-taken. In this podcast we discuss his career, and how to take risks in faith.  How can we as Christian technologists integrate our faith and work? How can we build an inclusive culture that challenges and empowers others to do the same?

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