of10 is a podcast hosted by tech entrepreneur and former radio personality Will Lucas. On the 10 episode podcast series, Will interviews prominent and up-and-coming technology personalities to discuss the pipeline into technology, startups, and ideas.

On Part 1: This chat with Erin Teague who is Director of Product at Yahoo is refreshing. You’ll hear her talk about everything from her top 5 favorite rappers, to the constant awareness of how gender and race affects the mindset of many minorities in tech. It’s an honest reflection on the thought process of a technology executive even at the highest levels.

Part 2: Wayne Sutton was featured on CNN’s Black in America in 2011 as co-founder of a high profile minority-focused accelerator in Silicon Valley and he’s been on a rocket ever since. Founder at BUILDUP.vc, Wayne is insightful on the landscape of San Francisco for startup founders on non-traditional paths


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How Many VCs Should You Pitch for Series A£ by @NextViewVC
12 Small Business Tools for Smooth Sailing in 2015 by Alex Ivanovs
Prioritizing Diversity In 2015 via @TechCrunch by @joelle_emerson
How to Build Online Relationships into Meaningful Networks via @msuster
Why Your Company Needs Marketing Materials via Create Business Growth
What should you include in your monthly investment update£ via @jason
We Will Never Need Another Financing – @bfeld
101 inspirational quotes for designers via @designerdepot
FI.co: 5 Essential Steps for Developing a Winning Startup Idea
Richie Hecker: Thanks to the Sharing Economy, Everyone Is an Entrepreneur via @wsjstartup
Internet of Things via @a16z
Twitter and the Rise of ‘The Leader’
How to Load Bootstrap Faster in 5 Easy Steps | QOT
11 Simple Things I Did to Improve my Productivity via @davidspinks
It’s About Women Running Startups via @sgblank
BUILDUP Radio Episode 2 – Semil Shah on How Can Underrepresented Minorities In Tech (URM) Can Build Bridges With Investors
How ‘venture builders’ are changing the startup model via @VentureBeat |
Discuss the Ideal Exit with Investors by @davidcummings on Startups
The Official Definitions of Seed, Series A, and Series B Rounds by @jason
@BUILDUP #podcast w/ Semil Shah on How Can Underrepresented Minorities In Tech Can Build Bridges With Investors

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SXSW Interactive 2015 will be held from March 13-17th and I’m excited to speaking on the topic “Why Black Leaders Matter in Technology“. This will be my seventh time speaking at SXSW in the last eight years. The session will be held on Saturday, March 14th at 9:30am. Yes, that means don’t party to hard on Friday night.

If the title looks familiar, that’s because the talk is inspired from my USA Today article I wrote with the same title, “Wayne Sutton: Why black leaders matter in technology“.

Below is the full session description:

The Why Black Leaders Matter in Technology SXSW session will focus on the roles, responsibilities and impact that takes place when you merge of the worlds of entrepreneurship, culture, diversity, leadership and innovation. Sparked from the USA Today article on “Why black leaders matter in technology” (http://bdbx.co/1wR6jnB ). The session will focus on solutions and research from successful Black leaders in various tech industries to provide an outline for all communities. The Why Black Leaders Matter session is an inclusive session for all diverse communities to discuss the role of African-Americans in tech.

The goal for the session is not only to discuss the “why” but cover the who and how can all communities support inclusion and create more leaders in today’s society.

If you’re attending SXSW, login to social.sxsw.com and bookmark the session and I’m looking forward to speaking, connecting with new and old friends, along with and answering any questions about the topic as well.

See you in Austin!