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The (Sad) State of Diabetes 
Technology in 2014 
Scott Hanselman 
http://hanselman.com
My Background
We have been 
here before
Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
This was written in the summer of 2001
My “CGM in the Cloud” 
over fifteen years ago
My “CGM in the Cloud” 
over fifteen years ago
DIY and Maker Culture
Open open open
“The avalanche has 
already started. 
It is too late for the 
pebbles to vote.”
“The avalanche has 
already started. 
It is too late for the 
pebbles to vote.” 
Kosh - Babylon 5
Think bigger. 
Be more flexible.
1992
2014
The Solution is 
multi-faceted
When all you 
have is a 
hammer, 
everything 
begins to 
look like 
a thumb.
The Way Forward
Data wants out…
You can’t regulate innovation
Diabetes (Tech) Tomorrow 
www.hanselman.com
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"
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Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"

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Tech expert and type 1 diabetes advocate Scott Hanselman gives an Opening Keynote at the Fall 2014 DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange event, on 11/20/14 at the University Club of Palo Alto.

Diabetes technology has come a long way... or has it?

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Scott Hanselman: "The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014"

  1. 1. The (Sad) State of Diabetes Technology in 2014 Scott Hanselman http://hanselman.com
  2. 2. My Background
  3. 3. We have been here before
  4. 4. Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
  5. 5. Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
  6. 6. Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
  7. 7. Every diabetic engineer, ever. Always.
  8. 8. This was written in the summer of 2001
  9. 9. My “CGM in the Cloud” over fifteen years ago
  10. 10. My “CGM in the Cloud” over fifteen years ago
  11. 11. DIY and Maker Culture
  12. 12. Open open open
  13. 13. “The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote.”
  14. 14. “The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote.” Kosh - Babylon 5
  15. 15. Think bigger. Be more flexible.
  16. 16. 1992
  17. 17. 2014
  18. 18. The Solution is multi-faceted
  19. 19. When all you have is a hammer, everything begins to look like a thumb.
  20. 20. The Way Forward
  21. 21. Data wants out…
  22. 22. You can’t regulate innovation
  23. 23. Diabetes (Tech) Tomorrow www.hanselman.com

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