TsaTsaTzu is recognized as one of the top software developers for the Amazon Echo™ and the Google Home™ – the colloquial terms for the Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Our company currently develops custom Voice Assistant (VA) software solutions for professional service industry clients in the US, UK, Ireland, Germany, and India. Our real claim to fame is in developing innovative new techniques to enhance audio-only experiences, detailed in our bestselling books, Developing Amazon Alexa Games: A Designer’s Guide (2017) and How To Program Amazon Echo: Design, Development, Testing and Monetization Alexa Skills (2015). In addition, we have developed such popular and award winning VA games as Six Swords, StarLanes, SubWar, MindMaze, 21BlackJack, Friday Night Poker, etc., in large part to test the robustness and functionality of new libraries developed on our clients’ behalf.
Stacy Colella has ten plus years experience introducing new technologies into business settings. She has served at times as a SharePoint portal manager, spreadsheet macro guru, database troubleshooter, CFO-for-hire, and free-range management consultant.
Her current client roster ranges from VC startups to Fortune 500’s. Her network includes many, many STEM professionals as well as a crackerjack writer or two. She holds honors degrees from Princeton University and the F.W. Olin School of Business at Babson College.
Stacy also co-authored the Amazon Category Bestseller, How to Program Amazon Echo: Design, Development, Testing & Monetization (2015) as well as Developing Amazon Alexa Games: A Designer’s Guide (2017).
Joseph Jaquinta is a software architect with nearly 30 years experience in disruptive technologies. He has developed innovations to enhance the market penetration of enterprise software and led technical teams for a Fortune 100 company and its partners.
He has a degree from Trinity College Dublin and has worked for Lotus/IBM for over 20 years. Joseph co-authored the Amazon Category Bestsellers, How to Program Amazon Echo: Design, Development, Testing & Monetization (2015) as well as Developing Amazon Alexa Games: A Designer’s Guide (2017).