Tech Talk Tuesday Aug 30th: Frame The Future

Image of Tech Talk TuesdayWe literally have a show hole on Tuesday nights and have decided to fill it with an impromptu show called Tech Talk Tuesday. The show will air LIVE on August 30th and September 13th. Three male technologists have been selected for the first show and three female technologists will be featured in the second show.

Before we introduce you to the first group of Charlotte-based technologists, let’s say you are interested in getting On Air with Charlotte Community Radio and you so happen to have an interest in technology talks such as the ones we are about to embark on. Well, how about you let us know you are out there and let’s see if we can get you in the driver’s seat, behind the mic as a host that is, for our third Tech Talk Tuesday.

Now, let’s meet our first group of guests who we believe will have a lot to say about our first topic, Frame The Future.

Photo of GQ Lewis

GQ Lewis attended Clemson University and majored in Electrical Engineering. He is a technologist and social hacktivist and has worked for more than 20 years in the finance industry as a mobile and applications developer and systems engineer. He is an enthusiastic cyclist, photographer, traveler, and volunteers much of his time to the causes of social activism and human rightsPhoto of Edwin Park.

Edwin Park is an independent software developer with over 2 decades of experience working in fields ranging from telecom to advertising to finance. He is an active member of Makerspace Charlotte, a local organization dedicated to inspiring and supporting makers of all ages. He lives in South Charlotte with his wife and son.

Photo of Jim Van FleetBorn in East Tennessee, Jim Van Fleet and his young family have loved Charlotte since they moved here in 2008.  A web software engineer, operator, and architect, he is currently a Principal Consultant at Levvel.

Jim co-founded Charlotte Startup Weekend, Pitch Breakfast, and the Charlotte Ruby Users Group. His newest community effort is Code for Charlotte, and organization that partners with local government to advance the causes of civil service and the tech community.

Listen to this impromptu show LIVE via or, and if you’re an app account holder, feel free to comment or ask questions while you listen.

Charlotte Community Radio is a 501c3 non-profit organization, an internet-based only, volunteer run, community-supported radio station that provides basic broadcast training to community members. The station is here to #AmplifyYourVoice and the voices of others in the community who often times go unheard.

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