Kartini Teknologi is a podcast that features Indonesian women in the tech-scene. Listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Anchor, and others
  • Episode 21 - Farah Oktarina Jun 28
    What exactly a Front End Engineer do? And how do they keep up with the latest technology? In this episode, we talked with Farah Oktarina about her role as a Front End Engineer and her experience of being active in a lot of women in tech communities, especially in Kota Semarang.
  • Episode 20 - Patricia Wahyu Haumahu Feb 13
    What is data science? What kind of thinking framework and characters a data scientist should possess? If you're interested in the data science field, you must listen to this episode. In this episode, we discuss a lot about data science with Patricia Wahyu Haumahu, Commercial Data Analytics Manager in Blibli.com. We also talk about the challenges that data scientists usually face daily, as well as individual contributor (IC) and managerial roles in the data field.
  • Episode 19 - Aulia Halimatussadiah Oct 31
    Lately, there seems to be a lot of discussions about one of the Korean dramas that talks about start-ups. However, have you ever wondered what is the journey to build a start-up actually like? In this episode we chatted with Aulia Halimatussadiah or Llia, Co-founder & CMO of a social storytelling platform called Storial.co. Llia shares a lot with us about the various start-ups she has built, the stages she goes through when creating a start-up, characters that helped Llia to become a tough entrepreneur, and much, much more!
  • Episode 18 - Eraulia Nadinda Rachmat Sep 26
    In this episode, we chat with Eraulia Nadinda Rachmat or Dinda who is currently working as a software engineer at Mercury Media Technology GmbH. She shares with us her story of switching into a career as a software engineer, her experience in joining a coding bootcamp and her Outreachy experience. We also discuss functional programming and her experiences in using programming languages such as Elm and Elixir.
  • Episode 17 - Anbita Nadine Siregar Aug 5
    In this episode, we have a chat with founder of Generation Girl, Anbita Nadine Siregar. Generation Girl is a non-profit organization aimed at introducing young girls to the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields through fun & educational programs. We talk about a lot of things - from Nadine's experience as a product engineer, Generation Girl's sister program called Pengajar Belajar that targets IT teachers in Indonesia, how Generation Girl is moving towards financial sustainability, and much more!
  • Episode 16 - Aulia Rahmani Jul 25
    What is UX writing and what is the role of a UX writer? In this episode, we chat with Aulia Rahmani to discuss about UX writing - from what UX writers do, how do UX writers play a role in the development of a feature or product, the skills that you need to become a UX writer, to tools and techniques that UX writers often use in their day-to-day job. We also talk about how Aulia's day-to-day looks like, from being a mother to her hobbies such as writing and playing games.
  • Episode 15 - Farah Clara May 24
    If you're involved in the tech communities in Indonesia, you may be familiar with the name Farah Clara or the username @sosispanggang. She most likely is also involved in the meetups or conferences that you have attended. In this episode, we chat with Farah, organizer of AWS User Group Jakarta and one of the organizers of the Python Indonesia community. We talked about the ups and downs of getting involved in the tech communities, the things that she did to improve various tech communities in Indonesia, to her experience in attending AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas.
  • Episode 14 - Radita Liem Apr 21
    In this episode, we talked with Radita Liem, a research assistant and PhD candidate at RWTH Aachen University. We talked about her experience working at game company and one of unicorn companies in indonesia. When she was fell sick and decided to take a break from working, she eventually found an opportunity to continue her master degree in Estonia and then focus on learning High Performance Computing (HPC) which then become her main research topic on her doctorate study now. We also talked about influential women figures in the technology field.
  • Episode 13 - Adzkia Salima Apr 5
    What happens when we combine computer science with biology? In this episode, we chat with Adzkia Salima, a software engineer with background in computer science in bioinformatics. We learn so much about bioinformatics, from computer science concepts that you usually use in bioinformatics, how bioinformatics help advance processes that otherwise would take months or even years, to the potential of bioinformatics and agriculture tech especially in Indonesia.
  • Episode 12 - Theresia Tanzil Mar 14
    In this episode, we chatted with Theresia Tanzil who is currently working as a Lead Solution Architect at a Data-as-a-Service company called Scrapinghub. Thanks to her extensive experiences in tech—from backend development to data engineering, it's no surprise that she has many interesting things to tell. Tune in to our episode to hear about Tere's journey to tech, her most memorable projects until the most exciting parts about her role as a Lead Solution Architect.
  • Episode 11 - Adrianti Rusli Feb 22
    In our first episode in 2020, we chatted with Adrianti Rusli who is currently working as a frontend developer at JYSK Group. We talked about a wide range of things—from semantic web, the fast-paced development of frontend technologies, web accessibility, Global Diversity CFP Day, writing tech talks, and much more.
  • Episode 10 - Victoria Lestari Dec 9
    How is it like to work at Google? In this episode, we talked with Victoria Lestari, a Software Engineer at Google London. We talked about her experience on studying at the University of Texas, teach in Fasilkom UI, as well as work culture in Google. Apart from that, we also talked about superhero and her latest novel which called Jakarta Vigilante
  • Episode 9 - Veni Johanna Nov 13
    What does an Engineer Manager do? In this episode, we talked with Veni Johanna, an Engineering Manager in Quora. We talked about her experience representing Indonesia on the International Olympiad in Informatics, her role in Quora, as well as how she developed her team. Apart from that, we also talked about a program that she co-founded, Indonesia Mengglobal as well as her experiences on mentoring.
  • Episode 8 - Velta Azizah Destiana Oct 19
    In this episode, we chatted with Velta Azizah Destiana, an Interaction Designer at PigeonLine and User Experience (UX) Engineer at Toptal. We talked about her job as an Interaction Designer and UX Engineer and all the cool projects that she's working on. We also discussed about what's accessibility and why it's important to her experiences in working remotely from Dubai.
  • Episode 7 - Alanda Kariza Sep 21
    In this episode, Alanda Kariza shares about her role as a Head of Community at Quora in Indonesia, how her background in activism and behavioral sciences relate to her current role, and the impact of communities both in the tech industry and other industries as well. Not only that, we also talked about all things remote work, from how working remotely suits Alanda who is a mother to tips that you need to know if you're considering working remotely.
  • Episode 6 - Zahra Amalia Syarifah Sep 2
    We chatted with Zahra Amalia Syarifah, a social sciences researcher and PhD student in sociology in UC San Diego, about how she utilizes computational techniques for her researches in the field of social sciences. She also told us about her journey in learning to code while completing her master's, her researches, and the challenges she has faced as well as how she overcame them all.
  • Episode 5 - Vanya Valindria Aug 18
    Machine learning is one of the technologies that have made a significant impact in many areas of science and technology, including the medical field. How does the application of machine learning work in the medical field? To answer this question, we chatted with Vanya Valindria, a machine learning researcher dan research scientist with expertise in machine learning, especially medical image analysis. We also talked about Vanya's music hobby and how she manages her time between her family, career, and hobbies.
  • Episode 4 - Desy Kristianti Jul 28
    What does a technology consultant do? In this episode, we chatted with Desy Kristianti, a technology consultant who works in Deloitte Belfast, Northern Ireland. Desy also talks about her activities as a public speaker and organizer of several communities to how one of her hobbies, improv, is related to technology consulting and public speaking.
  • Episode 3 - Retno Ika May 25
    Have you ever dreamed to run a business overseas? In this episode, we talked about technology from the business perspective with Retno Ika (@retnoika.s), Co-founder of Tanibox, an Estonian-based startup that focuses on sustainable agriculture. This is the longest episode so far! You have to listen if you have ever dreamed about running a business, especially in tech.
  • Episode 2 - Asanilta Fahda May 12
    Are you one of the half million people who accessed the website PilahPilihPilpres.com before the general elections last April? In this episode, we have the opportunity to talk with the initiator of the website, Asanilta Fahda. Besides of PilahPilihPilpres, Asanilta also talks about her various natural language processing (NLP) projects as well as her thoughts and views on the intersection of technology with other fields such as the arts and politics.
  • Episode 1 - Amy Wibowo Apr 21
    We chatted with Amy Wibowo, CEO dan Founder dari BubbleSort Zines - zines that explain computer science concepts with interesting stories and illustrations. Amy shares with us her thoughts on computer science education, how she builds her business, the wearable Clipper Card ring that she created that Bay Area talks about, also how she can accomplish all those while staying true to herself.
  • Episode 0 - Introduction Apr 14
    The introduction episode of Kartini Teknologi.