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Code Story – E11: Mike Kadin, RedCircle — codestory.co
Mike Kadin started hacking on a side project on nights and weekends, learning the Go programming language, and creating a unique way to stitch together podcast episodes.
Nick Patrick has had his hands in tech for most of his life. He’s been dabbling in computer programming and hardware from an early age. During college, he veered away from a focus in Biology toward computer science and his love for building things.
In their best episode yet, Noah Labhart, our host and the CTO and Co-Founder of Veryable Ops, shared his CTO journey, his 5-year stack evolution, and the trends behind the countless code stories he’s heard.
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.
Super fun chat with a very cool dude, Joe Howard – Host of WPMRR and Founder & CEO of WP Buffs.
Originally from Russia, Jane Portman gained experience as a creative director for an agency. She has been involved in tech as a designer for 16 years, occupying different design jobs. In fact, product work and design is her hobby!
Born and raised in Chicago, Tony Chan grew up in the Southside, a blue collar neighborhood. He was heavily influenced by hid Dad, who was a first generation immigrant, barely knew English, but started a restaurant. Tony took orders and took orders as a kid, sitting on a milk crate.
Kimeshan Naidoo grew up in a small sugar can farming town, on the east coast of South Africa. At 12 years old, he found an old python book, installed Python… and started to teach himself how to code. Five years ago, he moved to London to study for his masters in Computer Science at UCL.
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