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In this episode, we chat with Demian Borba (@demianborba), Principal Product Manager at Intuit. We talk about the challenges of organizing a conference, moving from one technology platform to another, and being involved with the community. We also discuss some of the projects he led while working at Adobe, Paypal, Blackberry and how he transitioned from Software Development to Developer Relations to Product Management.
In this episode, Jonni Lundy (@jonnilundy) and Zeno Rocha (@zenorocha) talk about the experience of transforming a traditional self-serve SaaS product into a full enterprise solution. We talk about the changes you have to do in terms of Product, Marketing, Information Security, Operations, and Engineering. We also discuss the challenges of selling to the user vs. selling to the buyer, the different kinds of release strategies, and the cons/pros of being building an enterprise product.
In this episode, we talk with Rob Dodson (@rob_dodson), a Staff Developer Advocate at Google. He talks about how they built the web.dev and developer.chrome.com sites for millions of users using Eleventy. He describes the challenges of becoming a manager in 2020/2021, showing empathy with your team through a screen, navigating a big organization like Google. He also shares his opinions about accessibility and web components.
In this episode, Jonni Lundy (@jonnilundy) and Zeno Rocha (@zenorocha) discuss the #BuildInPublic trend. We talk about how individuals are building products with radical transparency, the benefits of that approach, and the challenges that come with it. We also discuss how companies are being transparent with salaries and their organizational culture.
Today we're talking with Jeff Atwood (@codinghorror), the co-founder of Stack Overflow and Discourse. Jeff talked about the early days at Stack Overflow and the challenges they faced. He shared how he was able to able to write more than one thousand articles on his personal blog. We discussed why he created Discourse, what are the problems they are trying to solve, how they are taking on giants like Facebook, and how it compares to tools like Slack and GitHub Discussions. We also discussed how he created a mechanical keyboard.
This is the inaugural episode of the ByteTalk podcast, with your hosts Jonni Lundy (@jonnilundy) and Zeno Rocha (@zenorocha), where we talk about why we're starting this podcast and who we are. We also discuss some interesting topics like automation, no-code, and SaaS.