- Originally from Ghana, Richard Mensah was born into an IT family. From an early age, Richard was the one fixing all of the family tech problems. He could see the potential in technology, to help aid in solving the problems his community was experiencing in Ghana. He loves his country, but he also realized that the US has more resources for innovation than his home country.
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- After applying to Y Combinator, Brendan & Matt were invited to interview with the accelerator. During the interview, they decided to change from their original idea. After that, their YC partner advised them to pivot yet again... so change has been a regular occurrence for this team since the beginning.
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- Mitchell Hashimoto attended college at the University of Washington in Seattle, which was located equidistance from Amazon, Google and other cloud focused infrastructure companies. As you could guess, there was a huge focus on this topic while he was at school.
- Natalie Nagele's company started off as a remote consulting company, but launched their first product in 2003 - and they were immediately hooked. In 2009, they stopped doing client work and focused solely on products. And haven't looked back in 20 years. This is the creation story of Wildbit.
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In a tech startup, how do you get from an idea on the back of a napkin to a fully functioning product? Code Story is a podcast featuring tech leaders, reflecting the roads they travelled and the products they created. On the show, we interview tech visionaries, digging into the critical moments of what it takes to change an industry, and build & lead a team that has your back.
Hosted by Noah Labhart, Code Story is a window into the digital startup world. In their own words, tech veterans share what it feels like to create a world class product, how to recover from critical mistakes, and how to scale your solution to the masses.
On the latest episode of Code Story, we interviewed Mitchell Hashimoto, Founder & CTO of HashiCorp – builders of Vagrant, Terraform, and many others. Listen in as we discuss the early days of cloud infrastructure, a unique way to build a team, and working through mistakes in building this world class company.
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When you read the headlines about cryptocurrency, you mostly hear about the price of Bitcoin skyrocketing (or falling), whats going on with Coinbase, the latest scandal of an obscure exchange getting hacked, and things like that. What you don’t hear about is the amazing technology and community of people creating this world of interconnected nodes and networks to process transactions in a decentralized, effective, secure manner. Enjoy our episodes on the blockchain!
When we started Code Story in 2019, I had no idea about the podcasting world and what went it to it. Though it is not rocket science, there are a number of things that are required…. a good mic, headphones, a quiet room – and of course, good podcast technology, specifically partners around hosting, publishing, streaming, discovery, etc. Enjoy our podcast related episodes, from the great tech visionaries in the space.