Frontier Podcast by Gun.io
Ep. 3: Building community, online and in-person
Season 3, Ep. 3
When Darko Bozhinovski went looking for a tech meetup in his hometown of Skopje, Macedonia, there wasn't much to see. So in 2019, he started his very own chapter of BeerJS, and had twice as many attendees at that first meeting than he had anticipated. This week Faith talks to him about his journey in building (and growing) a community during COVID, altering career paths, and growing hot peppers.Get in touch with Darko:https://darko.iohttps://twitter.com/d_bozhinovskihttps://www.linkedin.com/in/darkobozhinovski/
Ep. 2: This Week in Tech History: The TRS-80 is approved for production
Season 3, Ep. 2
Where would the world be without personal computers? On February 2, 1977, the TRS-80 was approved for production and sale at Radio Shack, setting off a digital revolution that could not have possibly been predicted 45 years later. On This Week in Tech History, Faith and Cameron talk about the birth of the personal computer, the boon of the digital age, and where the growth goes from here.
Ep. 1: Using tech to empower personal growth
Season 3, Ep. 1
To kick off Season 3 of the Frontier Podcast, we have Jordan Ambra, CTO of Photobooth Supply Co. We talk about the challenges of building a product that involves both hardware and software, how technology can be used to help empower personal growth, and, of course, why having chickens in this time of rising egg costs isn't quite what it's cracked up to be.https://photoboothsupplyco.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/photoboothsupplyco/https://www.instagram.com/photoboothsupplyco
Season 3 Trailer
Season 2, Ep. 36
With Season 2 in the rearview, it's time to get ready for a new set of conversations in Season 3. We will be talking to people and brands who are doing great things in and for the community, as well as looking back in history at the events that have shaped the world.
Ep. 35: What we learned by making this podcast
Season 2, Ep. 35
We had an idea, and we had a company, and we had recently secured our Series A funding, so why not re-start the podcast? When Faith and Abbey started down this path halfway through the year, they had no idea how many twists, turns, and teachable moments were in store for them. In the final episode of season two, they sit down to talk about how it all went, and what they're looking forward to in the next season.
Ep. 34: Meet the team: Product Manager, Haley Harris
Season 2, Ep. 35
Breaking into product can be really difficult, even if what you've been doing your whole career is technically build products. In this week's "Meet the team" episode, hear how our newest recruit, Haley Harris, made the move, and what she's looking forward to helping us build now that she's here.
Ep. 33: How we advocate for developers
Season 2, Ep. 33
At the heart of what we do at Gun.io is our amazing community of developers. In this episode, Talent Growth Advocate, Victoria Stahr, shares how integral they are to our success, what we do to support them throughout their contracts, and how the support for our developers has grown with our team.
Ep. 32: Meet the team: Sales Development Rep, Greyson Wooten
Season 2, Ep. 32
When Sales Development Representative, Greyson Wooten, wanted to make a career change, he did a full 180. Or did he? This week, Faith chats with him about moving from teaching to startups, being passionate about sports, and how if you can handle the wrath of an 8th grader, you'll excel in sales.
Ep. 31: How companies find success with Gun.io
Season 2, Ep. 31
This week, Faith sits down with our Account Executive, Ashley Yearby, and Head of Strategic Accounts, Jessi Soler, to talk about how we streamline the hiring process and help companies find success. They also share what you can do if you can't use Gun.io, and pitch the next big business idea on how to find a reliable home contractor.