As we bring the 2020 year to a close, and start in on 2021, we are grateful for all our listeners and your support this year. Season 4 starts the first week in January, on the 5th!
Stay tuned, and Happy New Year!
Bonus: Adam Wathan, Tailwind CSS (Replay) — codestory.co
Adam Wathan has been obsessed with computers since he was a kid. In fact, he was introduced to computers by his 1st grade librarian.. and his first programming project was using Q-Basic, following a tutorial on how to make a pro wrestling simulator.
Bonus: Leah Culver, Breaker (Replay) — codestory.co
Podcasts are a great thing – the good parts of a radio show, the powerful snippets from an audio book, with all the content control of a topical news feed. Yet, there was something missing when Leah Culver tried to find her next episode to listen to, while training for her 1st marathon.
Bonus: The Entrepreneurial Coder — codestory.co
Noah talks about his journey leaving corporate America to now building and running Veryable, a quickly-growing on-demand labor platform. He goes over how he started with a prototype as a side project, how he focused on starting small, and how he honed in on the correct value-adds for the market. Noah also talks about developing and running his podcast, CodeStory.
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. Tune in to hear about how Noah became a two time tech startup founder.
E20: Aaron White, Blissfully — codestory.co
When attempting to start an IT consulting firm, Aaron White noticed that there was not a good way to show a firm their IT landscape – what your app inventory was, who uses what, etc. So he built a tool to do just that, to help with leadgen for his firm. When it started to spread like wildfire, he figured out this was more than a leadgen tool.This is the creation story of Blissfully.