Code Story

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 (and lead) a team that has your back. Hosted by Noah Labhart, this show 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. This podcast is for the tech leader, CTO, CEO, developer, software architect, startup leader, disruptive visionary - or the curious minded individual, who wants to know what a builder goes through in creating world changing technology.

https://codestory.co/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 32m. Bisher sind 220 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 5 Tage.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 23 hours 9 minutes

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Season 2 - Trailer


Next week, we will release Season 2 of the Code Story podcast. We've taken all of our learnings, paired with your feedback and our expanded network of tech guests, to expose you to more product journeys of the tech you know, love and use. And we dig deepe


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 2020-02-06  1m
 
 

S2 Bonus: Andrew Overton, Saga


Andrew Overton is a finance grad from Howard University. He spent 3 years after graduation, in investment banking. After a while, he desired to work in tech and joined Graphiq in Santa Barbara to learn the ropes. During that time, he obtained his masters


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 2020-05-06  30m
 
 

S2 Bonus: Meet the Podcasters


James Deeney, Meet the Podcasters


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 2020-06-11  57m
 
 

Quick Note: S2 End, S3 Coming Soon


A quick note about the end of Season 2 and the start of Season 3... soon.


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 2020-07-06  0m
 
 

S2 Bonus: Innovabuzz Podcast Interview


Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with Jürgen Strauss on the InnovaBuzz podcast.


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 2020-07-07  48m
 
 

S2 Bonus: Ryan Graciano, Credit Karma (Replay)


Early on in his life, Ryan Graciano aspired to be many things - law, writing... and eventually coding, of course. Fun fact, he is an accomplished dog trainer. focusing on animal behavior modification - and more recently, has gotten into powerlifting. Despite his love of analog activities, he got started coding right after college, and tried to avoid joining IBM... yet, still did, through an acquisition...


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 2020-07-14  37m
 
 

episode 1: S2 E1: Courtland Allen, Indie Hackers


Courtland Allen grew up totally opposite of his twin brother, Channing, but influenced by him nevertheless. His family was rooted in entrepreneurship, and as such, Courtland was heavily inspired to build and run his own thing. After going through Y Combin


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 2020-02-11  45m
 
 

episode 2: S2 E2: Zach Moreno, Squadcast


Zach Moreno is quite the renaissance man, being an artist, designer, author, developer... and a loving husband. He has interned on the Chrome team at Google, building extensions of DevTools and as a big believer in AngularJS, he wrote a book about deploym


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 2020-02-18  56m
 
 

episode 3: S2 E3: Wil Schroter, Startups.com


Startup veteran Wil Schroter is a family man, and now amateur carpenter. He spends a lot of his spare time, covered in sawdust and enjoying a balance of analog activities, away from digital life. He has spend 25 years as a startup CEO, and during that tea


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 2020-02-25  37m
 
 

episode 4: S2 E4: George Deglin, OneSignal


Growing up in the bay area, George Deglin has always been in the middle of the Silicon Valley action. Having both parents being engineers, he was influenced to study Computer Science at Berkley. During that team, he co-founded a startup in the education s


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 2020-03-03  29m
 
 
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