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Caroline Drucker is Partner Marketing Manager at SoundCloud, the audio platform that enables anyone to upload, record, promote and share their originally-created sounds across the web.

Caroline is responsible for developing and aligning marketing strategies with any content, integration and brand partners utilising SoundCloud and its API. Previously she had the role of Product Manager where she oversaw the developer team as well as the platform’s mobile portfolio, including its expansion to include an Android app and mobile site, in addition to the widely popular iPhone app. SoundCloud currently has more than 5 million downloads of its smartphone applications.

How we found out that Einstein was better than Newton

Tom presented for Ignite Liverpool no. 9 on 15th March 2012 at Leaf Cafe Liverpool.

A five minute sprint through the wondrous world of etymology

The misadventures of a college student on a quest to pay in-state tuition while the economy crumbles around him.

Intricate card game Mafia is really a metaphor for good versus evil, and a creative outlet for your mafia fantasies.

Katherine explains why you shouldn't be afraid of Friday the 13th, and should instead be afraid of everything else that could kill you at any moment.

Professor Wood admits she makes mistakes, and then convinces us why we shouldn't be afraid to be vulnerable.

Cal Poly's 2012 Society of Women Engineering President shares her experience as a woman, a student, a world traveler, and an engineer.

The night before the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, Kelli takes a 5 minute break from studying to try and make sense of it all.

Why talk about the weather, when you can talk about controlling the weather. Collin helps you break the ice with your plan to take over the world.

What is Ignite?

Ignite is a geek event in over 100 cities worldwide. At the events Ignite presenters share their personal and professional passions, using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds for a total of just five minutes.

Find an Ignite near you, start your own or watch a video.