Frontier Podcast by Gun.io

  • 36. Ep. 36: David Khourshid, CEO and Co-Founder at Stately

    28:50
    This week, Teja talks with David Khourshid, Co-founder and CEO at Stately. This AI tool serves as a visual source of truth for creating, deploying, and analyzing any type of logic. They discuss the importance of considering the customer at the outset, the ways metrics can skew your path, and how you know when it's the right time to turn that side hustle into a full-time business. stately.ai
  • 35. Ep. 35: Brandon Bayer, CEO and Co-Founder at Flightcontrol

    30:31
    This week, on Founder to Founder, Teja talks with Brandon Bayer, CEO and Co-founder of Flightcontrol. This developer-first AWS infrastructure allows teams to deploy on AWS without the overhead of hiring a DevOps team. They discuss running a lean team, building better experiences for software teams, and how the best leaders are the ones that treat people with kindness above all else.flightcontrol.dev
  • 34. Ep. 34: Asher Weiss, CEO and Co-Founder of Tixologi

    33:48
    When Asher Weiss, CEO and Co-founder at Tixologi, started his first company at the age of eight, he had no way of knowing he'd be a lifelong entrepreneur. This week, he sits down with Teja to talk about working for the Orlando Magic, getting poached by the Warriors, and why event ticketing needs a new system.https://tixologi.com/
  • 33. Ep. 33: Shane Sniteman, CPO and Founder at Strumn

    33:42
    In this week's episode, Teja talks with Shane Sniteman, Chief Product Officer and Founder at Strumn, an app that connects musicians and venues to book gigs. What started as a final project for a software boot camp program and sat dormant for years has now become a thriving marketplace for live music bookings. They talk about taking a chance on on making a career change, the music scene in Nashville, and how sometimes picking up an old project is the best business bet you can make.www.strumn.com
  • 32. Ep. 32: Evan Kirkham, CEO and Co-Founder of Outlier

    46:11
    Teja talks with Evan Kirkham, CEO and Co-Founder at Outlier, a sports betting platform, this week. They discuss playing sports, changing gears on your business plan when you're already successful, and the importance of surrounding yourself with entrepreneurs who will push your boundaries and get you to think bigger.www.outlier.bethttps://www.linkedin.com/in/evan-kirkham-581b1220/
  • 31. Ep. 31: Jerome Hardaway, Founder of Vets Who Code

    33:54
    When Jerome Hardaway was hired at the Department of Defense, it wasn't because of the skills he learned in the military; it was the ones he taught himself after leaving the Air Force. This week on Founder to Founder, he talks with Teja about the life-changing world of software, working to help Vets channel their military skills into successful tech careers, and a sprinkling of martial arts and anime.www.vetswhocode.iowww.linkedin.com/in/jeromehardaway
  • 30. Ep. 30: Kent Kiersey, CEO and Founder, Invoke AI

    25:26
    This week, Teja sits down with Kent Kiersey, the CEO and Founder of Invoke AI, an open-source generative AI product designed to give creators more control over the images they develop. They talk about the importance of building with an OS community, having a solid foundation in product, and why Discord is still (and probably always will be) the place you can learn the most about your product.www.invoke.ai
  • 29. Ep. 29: Yaron Ben Nun, CTO and Founder of Nostromo Energy

    58:47
    After a short hiatus, we're back in the saddle with another episode of Founder to Founder. This week, Teja talks with Yaron Ben Nun, CTO and Founder of Nostromo Energy, about building a company from a good solution, the best way to learn how to negotiate, and how sometimes the best ideas are the ones that can take you down.
  • 28. Ep. 28: Miss Manners addresses computer correspondence

    24:29
    These days, barely a second thought is given to sending off some manner or another of virtual correspondence. But back in the infancy of computer-typed messaging, Miss Manners had quite a few things to say about how inappropriate its use was, as Abbey and Victoria talk about on This Week in Tech History.
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