Their tech. Their products… Their stories.

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.

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About the Host

Noah Labhart

Host, Co-Producer

Noah Labhart is the CTO & Co-Founder of Veryable, and the Founder & CEO of Touchtap, a digital solutions studio. A tech veteran himself, Labhart is intimately familiar with the challenges, risks and rewards of introducing new tech into the world.

Latest Posts

International Women’s Day!

To celebrate international women’s day, we want to give a shout out to the women in tech, who have been on the podcast to tell the creation stories of their products, teams and companies. Want to see all of these on our site? Check out this tag post:

https://codestory.co/tag/women-in-tech/

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Code Story – February 2021

Though down in Texas we were fighting to survive the extreme weather changes, power outages, and water treatment issues – we still managed to release some amazing conversations with builders.

Enjoy 🙂

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Celebrating Over 100 Episodes!!!

So we missed something… 5 episodes ago we hit the 100 episode mark. That is a HUGE milestone in the podcast world because pod-fade is a real thing and happens on a regular basis. So… we are gonna celebrate like the friend that sends you a birthday card AFTER your actual birthday… (I’ve done that before).

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