Founders and CEOs from top no-code platforms, communities, and agencies share their predictions for how no-code tools will affect software development and entrepreneurship in the future.
No-code and low-code tools are dramatically expanding who can build software, and in the process disrupting the typical software development life cycle.
I walk through the Makers Inc. minimum viable product (MVP), and discuss my past experiences as well as my goal for the new business. I'll be sending around regular updates as the project progresses.
If you're just getting started in the worlds of Product Design, Entrepreneurship, and general making, we recommend working your way through the content below. There's no need to consume them in any order, just start with whatever interests you most.
Peter, CFO at CommonBond and former co-founder of Gradible, discusses early mentors in entrepreneurship, how his Journalism degree influenced his approach to business, the effort required during the early stages of a project, the importance of scaling your systems during hyper growth, and how you need to be thoughtful about selecting a business model that aligns with how money is flowing in your Market.
After launching the first version of Makers Inc. and gathering feedback, I've planned my product iterations. In the video below, I walk through the feedback and my approach to address it.
We discuss Lee's experiences with entrepreneurship, including the early days at the fast-growing startup Tough Mudder, the origin story of Gradible - the student loan startup that Lee and Grant co-founded along with Peter Wylie, and the ultimate acquisition of Gradible by CommonBond.
Copywriter and Associate Creative Director Jamie Rome joins the podcast to discuss working in Advertising, next-level rejection of ideas, how Bobby Flay did not become an influencer for her side project Turkey Shoes, and what she's learned from starting and launching businesses.
A serial entrepreneur, Jamie shares stories about hustling in Shanghai, taking the central Texas lacrosse scene by storm, coordinating epic trips around the globe, and the transition of his current business GlobeKick from a service business into a product and technology company.
Emerich, a partner at the law firm Moore & Van Allen, focuses on Mergers and Acquisitions - the end game for many startups. He joins the podcast to discuss when to engage a lawyer, options for company formation, how to know when you have leverage in a negotiation, and more.