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Author: Matt Varughese, Lacey Kesler, and Ben Parker

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This is the Visual Developers podcast hosted by Matt Varughese, Lacey Kesler, and Ben Parker! From maker interviews to tutorials and more, we're here to talk about all things no-code. #nocode
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In this episode, we're back with all that's new in no-code. A lot has happened in our time off and we try to catch up. Also, Matt and Lacey talk with Joe Krug of Finsweet about all the amazing tools and resources he's launched, how to pronounce Finsweet, and so much more!
Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

2020-06-0203:50

We didn't feel like talking about no-code this week. Instead, we encourage you to speak up and speak out for what's right. Donate to great causes like Black Lives Matter and EJI. And look to see where you can use what you have to help those in need.
In this episode, we spoke with Anfernee G. about his website, The Big Bed, that was built on Webflow. We learned about what inspired him to create such a stunning website and what kept him motivated throughout the long build. Anfernee is the unofficial champion of Webflow interactions and we were happy to speak with him.
In today's episode we are talking with the co-founders of Memberstack, Duncan & Tyler! We discuss how they started Memberstack, the funding they received, and what's next for the platform.
The Future is No-Code

The Future is No-Code

2020-05-1441:58

In this episode, we talk with David Adkin from Adalo about his new e-book and miniseries "The Future is No-Code." This project started with one simple idea. What if David could ask a bunch of experts the same questions to help us figure out what exactly “No-Code” is, how it’s going to affect everyone, and why we’re all so excited about it.
In this episode, Matt and Lacey talk with Arlan Hamilton of Backstage Capital. Arlan went from being homeless to managing a multimillion dollar investment firm, and she shares with us how she did it. We also talk about her newly release book, "It's About Damn Time" and how it's meant to not only encourage founders, but also give them a practical business perspective.
In this episode, we're talking with the legendary Nelson Abalos Jr. — known to many as the PixelGeek. From being employee number #13 at Webflow to leading their popular weekly livestreams + rebuilds, Nelson is commonly known as one of the most recognizable faces in the Webflow community. Nelson shares his start into web development, how he landed a job at Webflow and what he hopes to work on in the future.
In this episode, we're talking with Tara Reed of AppsWithoutCode - a platform and course that teaches you about how to use no-code tools to build your next app without a technical co-founder. From storytelling to the masses at TedX Detroit to digging in deep on LinkedIn to build Kollecto - her art-based, no-code startup - Tara is the epitome of the no-code movement.
An Interview with Cat Noone

An Interview with Cat Noone

2020-04-2101:05:27

In this episode, Lacey is joined by Cat Noone from Stark. Stark is a suite of accessibility and compliance tools that are designed for product teams. Cat shares about her background in design and what led her to founding Stark. Additionally, Cat shares about how no code can challenge designers ー and why that's a good thing.
In this episode, Lacey, Ben, and Matt talk about forms — specifically, how do Typeform, Jotform, and Google Forms stack up against each other? How's accessibility in these tools? Does any deliver more value than the other? We're answering all this and more here, and as usual, starting things out with our weekly no-code round-up: your source for the latest no-code updates, releases, and news.
In this episode, Ben and Matt compare the pros and cons of Google Sheets, Airtable, and Coda for Spreadsheets. When should you use each? Why should you use one over the other? What's your thought process when choosing? Coda is a Spreadsheet? These are all valid questions — and we're answering them here, along with our pros and cons for each. Plus, we're covering the latest in no-code news.
OK for OK

OK for OK

2020-04-0559:12

In this episode, we talk about all the things we missed last week. It's an extensive no-code roundup and we also tackle our current preferred no-code stacks. Then, we talk about what it was like building OK for OK and what we learned.
In this episode, we have no interview or in-depth topic. One of our #includeher participants had to cancel at the last minute. So this week it's all about the no-code roundup. Also, how can we not talk about COVID-19?
In this episode, we dive into new things from Glide, Webflow, and Makerpad in our no-code roundup. Then, Lacey has a great talk with Mariam Hakobyan about her no-code tool Softr and her career in tech.
Parabola Roundtable

Parabola Roundtable

2020-03-0601:14:23

In this episode, we have an awesome slate of no-code news and goodness that includes no-code challenges and some new no-code funds! Then, Lacey connects with some women on the Parabola team to talk about what it's like to be a woman working in tech. They also talk about how amazing Parabola is to build with.
Stacker App

Stacker App

2020-02-2501:00:38

In this episode, we talk about all the new things in no-code! A lot of great stuff from Adalo, Bravo Studio, Draftbit, and more. Also, there's going to be another No Code Conf this year! Then we dive into a great tool called Stacker App.
An Interview with Max Lind

An Interview with Max Lind

2020-02-1801:31:56

In this episode, we have a lengthy no-code round-up where we talk about SquareSpace, Stacker, No Code Report, and so much more! After the round-up, we have a great interview with the fantastic Max Lind!
In this episode, we cover all the latest news in our no-code roundup. Glide has more new features, and what is Wix doing? Also, we talk with Marco Cornacchia about whether it's possible to have a career as a Visual Developer.
Coda

Coda

2020-02-0449:59

Today, we're talking about Coda — Ben's favorite doc maker that he believes is the best doc maker out right now, and comparing it to Matt and Lacey's favorite doc maker, Notion. With features like Automation to eliminate boring manual tasks, Packs to integrate everything from Figma to YouTube to Slack right within your doc, and Views to completely bring your data to life, Coda becomes more than a doc-maker — it's your own web app!
Join us for Visual Dev FM's first ever interview! Today, we're talking to Bram Kanstein about his journey into entrepreneurship, his 2-year stint in Medical School and how he pivoted into No Code MVP, monetizing your no-code product / skills, and much more.
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