THE QUIET MATH

Michael Szul

Builder of minds.
Writes code that writes code.
michael@szul.us

I've spent over 20 years in software engineering and computer science using technology and code as creative expression to solve real world problems. I've consulted with governments, non-profits, and Fortune 500 companies to inform decision-making, transform organizations, and innovate solutions.

Selected speaking
Conversation Analysis for Chatbots and Conversational Software
The Subversive 80's through the Lens of Max Headroom
Conversational Software and What it Means for the User Interface
Building Useful Conversational Software
I Don't Hate JavaScript Anymore
Build Chatbots People Actually Want to Use
WebAssembly: The Future of Front-End is Whatever You Want it to Be
Building Effective Conversational Apps with Bot Framework and LUIS
Beyond Mobile: Effective Conversational Apps for Students
Content Categorization with MeSH Terms using Artificial Intelligence
Building Bots with TypeScript and Azure Bot Service
Getting Started with Azure Bot Service
Building Progressive Web Apps
Building Bots for the Conversation UI
The New JavaScript and How it Will Change the Way You Design and Develop
Interviews
Real Talk JavaScript - Episode 23: JavaScript and Bots for Improving User Experiences
Tech Talk with Rishi #11 - Chatbots & LUIS
Developer on Fire - Episode 408
MS Dev Show - Bots Experience
6 Figure Developer- Bot Framework
Press
Planetary sapience ⊗ One billion seconds from now ⊗ A lifetime of systems thinking — No.178
Cyberpunk Culture Conference
Cyberpunk Culture Conference 2020, July 9 & 10
Learn.Med Offers a Better Way of Tracking Students' Progress
Building the Future of Medical Education Technology with Michael Szul, University of Virginia School of Medicine
VMED Update: Saving Time With Honor
BotBuilder Community is making it easier to build great bots!
Microsoft Ignite 2018
6 Awesome Projects We Discovered At Community Connection Events Worldwide
VMED: Making Teaching and Learning Simpler
Microsoft Needs to Open-Source Something Big. But What?