A podcast featuring tech leaders, reflecting on the roads they travelled and the products they created.Several years after re-entering the tech world, Aalok Shah was onboarded by the founders of EnergyFunders - a platform for investing in Oil & Gas - to help improve their technology feature set. The business took off, and they found themselves in need of a full time CTO - and Aalok was the best fit.
A podcast featuring tech leaders, reflecting on the roads they travelled and the products they created.After selling his first company, Omri Mor and his now co-founder got together to catch up… over some pita and hummus. They set out to build Routable - a modern bill payments, payouts and invoicing system, enabling companies to speed up payment processing through a secure platform.
A podcast featuring tech leaders, reflecting on the roads they travelled and the products they created.Along with being a startup founder, Dennis Steele is a family man and a triathlete. A non-tech grad from BYU, he went through a software development bootcamp, DevMountain, to arm him with practical dev skills. He took this base knowledge, and he and his co-founder built Podium - a way for businesses to manage their online reputation, through one single platform.
- Ben Milne's second startup began as a consumer product that you downloaded to move money between banks... without using credit cards or paying hefty fees. What he discovered was the thing they were best at was payment processing infrastructure... So he changed his business.
- Bernard Worthy loves to travel with his wife, spend time with family and stay connected with friends. Born and raised in ATL, he is a long time entrepreneur. He figured out that community lenders were using multiple disconnected systems to accomplish important tasks. He set out to solve this problem, building Loan Well.
- Eric Sharp grew up with a unique background. His mother instilled in him curiosity and a desire to learn... Using this passion, he and his co-founders were motivated to build the vision for Degreed - enabling learners and businesses to build the skills they need for the future.
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About Code Story
How does a startup get from the back of a napkin – to MVP – to exit? Code Story brings you in-depth interviews with founders, CTOs and tech decision-makers, digging deep into the vision and critical moments of the people putting it all on the line in the name of a great idea.
Hosted by tech entrepreneur Noah Labhart, Code Story is a periodic window into the startup world. In their own words, veterans share what it feels like to disrupt an industry, how to recover from critical mistakes, and what it takes to build – and lead – a team that has your back.