As Season 4 comes to a close, we are reflecting on amazing conversations with builders, and amazing partnerships with many sponsors. Please enjoy the episodes below!
Code Story – E18: Lior Sion, Bringg — codestory.co
Lior realized that though companies like Amazon and Uber could create connected and seamless service for their customers, the rest of the world would have difficult building platforms around logistics, customer ownership, and visibility.
Code Story – Bonus: Erik Fogg, ProdPerfect — codestory.co
Early 2018, Erik’s co-founder started working through the traditional problems of QA testing. After getting fed up with it, he decided that he just needed to build his own solution, and needed someone to help him turn it into a business. Erik joined the team, and has been changing the QA testing landscape ever since.
Code Story – E19: Daniel Gallancy, Atakama — codestory.co
Ultimately, Daniel realized that some of the more interesting concepts being used in crypto – specifically, distributed key management – could be used in solutions outside of the block chain world. In a discussion with his co-founder, they figured out that solutions like this didn’t exist, and that they wanted to build it.
Code Story – Bonus: Erik Chelstad, Observa — codestory.co
In a prior venture, Erik was the owner of bakeries. In developing certain channels for distribution, he ran into a problem where he didn’t have visibility to his product at places he didn’t control. He figured out the answer was cell phones, and a centralized location for entities to consume this information.
Code Story – E20: Paul Biggar, Dark — codestory.co
In a past venture, Paul was the founder of CircleCI, the very popular continuous integration tool for engineering teams. Building on his successes here, he started to look at how difficult it was to deploy code, to do infrastructure, to write code, how teams interact, and many other friction points for the SDLC. He set out to remove the complexities of how we build apps today
Code Story – Bonus: Aggie Growth Hacks — codestory.co
RECAST: Noah Labhart ‘04 joins us today to talk about his on-demand marketplace for manufacturing labor, Veryable Incorporated. Noah breaks down challenges, opportunities, and solutions he sees within the industry, and tells us maybe the biggest BHAG we’ve heard on the show. We appreciate Noah for dropping his wisdom on this week’s episode, and we encourage you to check out his podcast, Code Story! Thanks and Gig ‘em!
Code Story – E21: Ofer Shaked, SCADAFence — codestory.co
When Ofer was 24 years old, he had become very familiar with cyber security during his time in an elite cyber unit in the Israeli intelligence corps. He and his co-founder had a unique understanding, and as such advantage, to bring value to the industrial cyber security world.
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