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Conversations about building a high-growth startup in the developer tooling space with experts in their field. Learn about company building, leadership, engineering management, product development, and more. Hosted by Max Stoiber, co-founder & CEO of Stellate.
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Show Notes: Sam Blinde is an accomplished Engineering Manager and Senior Software Engineer at Nearform (formerly Formidable Labs), where she has been instrumental in leading and driving the development of cutting-edge projects for over two years. Sam brings extensive technical expertise in React, Redux, Node.js, Next.js, and TypeScript to her current role. Beyond her technical prowess, Sam has excelled in various leadership capacities, including mentoring peers, onboarding new hires, and even managing hiring processes, showcasing her commitment to fostering growth and collaboration within her teams. With a diverse background spanning technical innovation, leadership, and user-centric design, Sam brought a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this discussion. This interview taps into the following topics: Remote Work At Formidable Office vs. Remote vs. Hybrid Liberating Remote Culture Social Connections Scheduled Fun Fostering Connections Time Zone Challenges Games Managing Teams Developing Growth Space For Expressing Feelings Honesty & Transparency Community Channels Minecraft Team Server Trust Battery Culture Of Trust Using Timers Radical Candor Empathetic Feedback Work-Life Balance Protecting Your Time Importance Of Celebrations Company Podcast For Team Building Internal Tool Building Links: Sam Blinde GitHub X LinkedIn Nearform Stellate
Show Notes Maria Constantine, an educator turned startup generalist, is driven by a commitment to human-centric business practices. Presently, as the Executive Operations Manager at Stellate, she plays a pivotal role in achieving scalability through comprehensive strategies encompassing sales, marketing, operations, and client support. Maria's extensive background in executive operations management, business development, and marketing equips her with a multifaceted perspective. She adeptly oversees critical areas of sales operations, executive management, and marketing strategies, ensuring cohesive and effective approaches. During her leisure time, Maria channels her passion for reading into developing an app dedicated to enhancing the digital reading experience. Links: Twitter LinedIn Stellate My Bookstory app
Show Notes: In this podcast episode, Andreas Heiberg hosts Brian Walters from Nearform (Formidable Labs) and Viktor Tortolero from Stellate. The discussion revolves around accessibility in web development. Brian, a seasoned software engineer with over 15 years of experience, emphasizes that accessibility isn't solely about making adjustments for specific disabilities; rather, it contributes to an enhanced experience for all users. Viktor, a front-end engineer based in Guadalajara, shares insights into the importance of inclusive design, highlighting the necessity to accommodate diverse use cases and cater to different ways people interact with websites. This conversation delves into Stellate's recent accessibility audit, a proactive measure taken during a recent redesign. Viktor provides key learnings from the process, emphasizing the ongoing effort required to maintain accessibility. Brian echoes these sentiments, underscoring the challenges posed when introducing JavaScript widgets and the importance of making content decisions collaboratively within the team. The discussion illuminates accessibility as a continuous commitment, enriching the development lifecycle for a more robust and inclusive user experience. Topics Discussed: Accessibility "Normal People" Better For Everyone Inclusive Design Accessibility Audit Success Criteria Content Decisions Semantically Understood Team Effort Accessibility By Default Focus Issues HTML Order Accessibility Libraries Infinite Scrolling Scrolljacking Progressive Enhancement JS Interactivity W3C Accessibility Standards Valuable Resources axe Accessibility DevTools Proactivity vs Reactivity Accessibility Advocacy Pagination Navigation Screen Readers Growing Importance MVP Accessibility Limiting Customers Hooks Pro Tips Blind Power Users Links: Nearform Brian Walters Andreas Heiberg Victor Tortolero Stellate
Show Notes: Andreas Heiberg is an experienced entrepreneur and a software engineering leader with a passion for product development, space exploration, and nuclear energy. From shaping healthcare solutions at Babylon to optimizing global logistics at Gelato, Andreas brings a wealth of experience. He has co-founded and worked at a handful of venture-backed tech companies; ranging from startups to large enterprises across a diverse set of industries. In this interview Andreas shares many insights from his dynamic career. Topics Discussed: U.K. and U.S. Appeal Graphic Design and University Early Website Building Career Trajectory Becoming a Manager Consulting First Startups Startup Advice Working at Stellate Creating Culture Favourite Jobs Peace Time Leadership Moving Mountains Distributed Work Decompressing Influential Mentors Approximation of Progress AI Societal Changes Questioning Norms U.S. Startup Ecosystem Access to Capital Intense Workplace Fields of Interest Nuclear Energy Sailing Education in Denmark Question Everything Links: GitHub Website X LinkedIn
Show Notes: Victor Tortolero is a dedicated Senior Software Engineer at Stellate. He is specializing in front-end development, and has experience in open source. While his expertise lies in front-end development, Victor has also demonstrated proficiency in back-end tasks; consistently delivering end-to-end solutions with precision and care. During his time at Stellate, Victor has been instrumental in developing groundbreaking new features around GraphQL caching, and his work reflects his meticulous approach and deep technical understanding. Victor is currently based in Guadalajara and enjoys the local culture and food. Topics Discussed: Mexico Being Self-Taught Stellate CLI5 Startups Company Culture Becoming A Developer Math Remote Work AI Open Source Mentors Hotspot Mexico Links: Website Twitter GitHub LinkedIn
Show Notes: Hello. I'm Bogdan from Romania. I'm known for designing scalable digital systems, and my expertise is rooted in HTML/CSS/JS architecture. I’m driven by the pursuit of maintainable and reusable solutions and advocate for web apps that are both accessible and adaptable in our ever-changing digital landscape. I’ve always been drawn to the dynamic nature of sports: the thrill of chasing a ball on the tennis court, the rapid exchanges in a game of padel, or the strategic maneuvering of squash. The precision and focus required in these sports mirror my approach to life and work. When I’m not indulging in these adrenaline-packed activities, you’ll find me immersed in the rhythmic world of movie soundtracks, which provide the perfect backdrop for my coding sessions. Topics Discussed: Origins Romania Early Tech Exposure First "Web Dollars" University Experience People Skills Development Early Tech Jobs Ruby on Rails Shopify E-Commerce Complexity Startup Experiences Deloitte Experience Growing A Team Freelancer Marketplace Startup Learnings Travel and Remote Work Coffee Shop Stimulus Nomad or Not Career Highs and Lows McDonald's Experience Taking Chances Passion for UI Designing for Developers Remote Work Experiences Asynchronous Collaboration Oversharing Racket Sports Hobbies GraphQL Experience Frontend Trends tRPC Open Source Work A.I. Trends A.I. Issues Stellate Experience Making Connections Future Outlook Links: http://bogdansoare.com/ Medium Twitter GitHub LinkedIn
Show Notes: In this “Meet The Team” episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Van Riper, a seasoned professional who brings a wealth of experience and passion for community work to the table. Van was the steward in the early days of a new developer community program that he helped start at Google, Google Developer Groups (Originally, Google Technology User Groups). Van worked as a global meta-community manager there. With two decades in community work, coupled with an impressive three decades in UX design and development, our guest and new team member's expertise is hard to match. We are grateful to work with someone who has dedicated himself so much to shaping vibrant developer communities with an eye for “win-win-wins” on all sides. Van’s community adventure began in 2003 when volunteer work as a global community builder among developers ignited his passion. This led him to seize the opportunity to join Google as a full-time developer relations professional in 2010; marking a significant milestone in their career with many remarkable contributions. A deep passion for well-being practices adds a unique perspective to his work. At Stellate Van will build a strong foundation for the GraphQL community to thrive and grow. Hear Van Riper's perspective on: Community Liaison Work Getting Into Tech Studying At MIT Growing Up First Community Efforts Hewlett Packard Experience Career High Points User Interface Design Early UI Communities Career Low Points Google Legal Battles Representing Google Switching To DevRel Fostering Remote Communities Desire For Connection Unconferences' Strengths Self Care "Still Better Together" Sense Of Belonging GraphQL Community GraphQL Adoption Curve GraphQL At Scale Community Advocates Developer Evangelists Win-Win-Wins Early Community Building Community Tree Minimum Viable Communities Open Source Communities Starting Community Work Google vs AWS Community Competitive Advantages VC's Community Focus Community Volunteering Links: Van Riper on LinkedIn Van Riper on Medium Van Riper on Twitter We are currently hiring at ⁠Stellate⁠. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our ⁠hiring page⁠.
A “Meet The Team” FFP interview with Stellate Staff Software Engineer Jovi De Croock. Jovi is a software engineer who's very passionate about open-source, performance and developer-experience. He is part of the Preact and urql core teams. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with friends and running. Hear Jovi's perspective on: Origins Software Love Joining Stellate Consultancy Years Formidable Labs Ownership Open Source DNA Company Building Default To Open Favourite Job Supportive Culture Joining Startups Avoiding Red Flags Values Checking Culture Addition Decompressing Self Advice Context Is Key Open Source Funding Collaboration vs Focus Belgium Working Hard Getting Into Open Source Studying Psychology Books GraphQL Ecosystem Communication Skills Junior Dev Tips Problem Solving GraphQL’s Future Personal Routine Website: https://www.jovidecroock.com/ GitHub: https://github.com/JoviDeCroock Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoviDeC LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jovidecroock?originalSubdomain=be We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with Guy Podjarny. Guy is a renowned entrepreneur and technologist who currently serves as the co-founder and president at Snyk, a leading cloud-native security company. Guy also hosts of The Secure Developer podcast, and is an O'Reilly author.  Prior to Snyk, Guy Podjarny co-founded Blaze, a groundbreaking web security startup that was later acquired by Akamai Technologies. With over two decades of experience in the software industry, Guy is recognized as a thought leader in the field of application security and has contributed to several open-source projects, including OWASP Top Ten and the Node.js security project. He is also a frequent speaker at industry events and has authored the book "Securing Open Source Libraries" to help developers improve the security of their software. As a passionate advocate for secure software development, Guy is dedicated to empowering developers to write secure code from the start. His mission with Snyk is to democratize security and make it accessible to all developers, regardless of their level of expertise. Under his leadership, Snyk has grown rapidly and become a trusted partner for many of the world's leading companies. Guy's innovative thinking and commitment to building a better, more secure digital world have earned him numerous accolades. Hear Guy Podjarny’s perspective on: Invisible Security Providing Value Risk Reduction ROI Calculator Justifying Expenses Aligning On Price Messaging Is Definition Power Statements Product Problem Understanding Value Holding Complexity Primary Bits Core Messaging Links: Guy Podjarny on ⁠Twitter⁠ ⁠Snyk⁠ ⁠The Secure Developer Podcast⁠ Guy Podjarny on ⁠GitHub⁠ We are currently hiring at ⁠Stellate⁠. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our ⁠hiring page⁠.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with Guy Podjarny. Guy is a renowned entrepreneur and technologist who currently serves as the co-founder and president at Snyk, a leading cloud-native security company. Guy also hosts of The Secure Developer podcast, and is an O'Reilly author.  Prior to Snyk, Guy Podjarny co-founded Blaze, a groundbreaking web security startup that was later acquired by Akamai Technologies. With over two decades of experience in the software industry, Guy is recognized as a thought leader in the field of application security and has contributed to several open-source projects, including OWASP Top Ten and the Node.js security project. He is also a frequent speaker at industry events and has authored the book "Securing Open Source Libraries" to help developers improve the security of their software. As a passionate advocate for secure software development, Guy is dedicated to empowering developers to write secure code from the start. His mission with Snyk is to democratize security and make it accessible to all developers, regardless of their level of expertise. Under his leadership, Snyk has grown rapidly and become a trusted partner for many of the world's leading companies. Guy's innovative thinking and commitment to building a better, more secure digital world have earned him numerous accolades. Hear Guy Podjarny’s perspective on: Heavybit Environment High Standards Functionality vs Security Monetizing Security Explosive Growth Founder Image Humility Culture Unsolved Problems Appreciating Success Celebrating Teams Hiring Leadership Execution Ability Vision & Hustle Assessing Leadership Replacing Executives Retaining Leaders Heads Of X Inflated Titles Links: Guy Podjarny on ⁠Twitter⁠ ⁠Snyk⁠ ⁠The Secure Developer Podcast⁠ Guy Podjarny on ⁠GitHub⁠ We are currently hiring at ⁠Stellate⁠. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our ⁠hiring page⁠.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with Guy Podjarny. Guy is a renowned entrepreneur and technologist who currently serves as the co-founder and president at Snyk, a leading cloud-native security company. Guy also hosts of The Secure Developer podcast, and is an O'Reilly author.  Prior to Snyk, Guy Podjarny co-founded Blaze, a groundbreaking web security startup that was later acquired by Akamai Technologies. With over two decades of experience in the software industry, Guy is recognized as a thought leader in the field of application security and has contributed to several open-source projects, including OWASP Top Ten and the Node.js security project. He is also a frequent speaker at industry events and has authored the book "Securing Open Source Libraries" to help developers improve the security of their software. As a passionate advocate for secure software development, Guy is dedicated to empowering developers to write secure code from the start. His mission with Snyk is to democratize security and make it accessible to all developers, regardless of their level of expertise. Under his leadership, Snyk has grown rapidly and become a trusted partner for many of the world's leading companies. Guy's innovative thinking and commitment to building a better, more secure digital world have earned him numerous accolades. Hear Guy Podjarny’s perspective on: Outside Perspective Family Grounding Adapting Scale Managing Family Life Disconnecting Travel Rules Importance Of Vacations Inflection Points Dev Tools Companies Product User Fit Embracing Security Depth vs. Breadth Narrow But Deep Product Buyer Fit Links: Guy Podjarny on ⁠Twitter⁠ ⁠Snyk⁠ ⁠The Secure Developer Podcast⁠ Guy Podjarny on ⁠GitHub⁠ We are currently hiring at ⁠Stellate⁠. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our ⁠hiring page⁠.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with Guy Podjarny. Guy is a renowned entrepreneur and technologist who currently serves as the co-founder and president at Snyk, a leading cloud-native security company. Guy also hosts of The Secure Developer podcast, and is an O'Reilly author.  Prior to Snyk, Guy Podjarny co-founded Blaze, a groundbreaking web security startup that was later acquired by Akamai Technologies. With over two decades of experience in the software industry, Guy is recognized as a thought leader in the field of application security and has contributed to several open-source projects, including OWASP Top Ten and the Node.js security project. He is also a frequent speaker at industry events and has authored the book "Securing Open Source Libraries" to help developers improve the security of their software. As a passionate advocate for secure software development, Guy is dedicated to empowering developers to write secure code from the start. His mission with Snyk is to democratize security and make it accessible to all developers, regardless of their level of expertise. Under his leadership, Snyk has grown rapidly and become a trusted partner for many of the world's leading companies. Guy's innovative thinking and commitment to building a better, more secure digital world have earned him numerous accolades. Hear Guy Podjarny’s perspective on: Guy Podjarny’s Journey Typical Week Replacing Himself Growing Quickly Snyk & Blaze Product Vision Looking Ahead Angel Investing External Perspectives Becoming A CTO Holistic Big Picture Quality Co-Founders Israel Branch Addictive Rollercoaster Links: Guy Podjarny on ⁠Twitter⁠ ⁠Snyk⁠ ⁠The Secure Developer Podcast⁠ Guy Podjarny on ⁠GitHub⁠ We are currently hiring at ⁠Stellate⁠. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our ⁠hiring page⁠.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with Guy Podjarny. Guy is a renowned entrepreneur and technologist who currently serves as the co-founder and president at Snyk, a leading cloud-native security company. Guy also hosts of The Secure Developer podcast, and is an O'Reilly author.  Prior to Snyk, Guy Podjarny co-founded Blaze, a groundbreaking web security startup that was later acquired by Akamai Technologies. With over two decades of experience in the software industry, Guy is recognized as a thought leader in the field of application security and has contributed to several open-source projects, including OWASP Top Ten and the Node.js security project. He is also a frequent speaker at industry events and has authored the book "Securing Open Source Libraries" to help developers improve the security of their software. As a passionate advocate for secure software development, Guy is dedicated to empowering developers to write secure code from the start. His mission with Snyk is to democratize security and make it accessible to all developers, regardless of their level of expertise. Under his leadership, Snyk has grown rapidly and become a trusted partner for many of the world's leading companies. Guy's innovative thinking and commitment to building a better, more secure digital world have earned him numerous accolades. Hear Guy Podjarny’s perspective on: Puzzle Connoisseur Guy Podjarny’s Journey Growing Quickly Snyk & Blaze Product Vision Looking Ahead Quality Co-Founders External Perspectives Becoming A CTO Holistic Big Picture Israel Branch Co-Founder Trust Addictive Rollercoaster Family Grounding Importance Of Vacations Managing Family Life Developer Tooling Embracing Security Narrow But Deep Product Buyer Fit Snyk’s Inflection Point Snyk’s Culture Hiring Leadership Heads Of X Failing Leaders Selling Something Invisible Aligning On Value Total Addressable Market Messaging Is Definition Holding Complexity Alleviating Complexity Links: Guy Podjarny on ⁠Twitter⁠ ⁠Snyk⁠ ⁠The Secure Developer Podcast⁠ Guy Podjarny on ⁠GitHub⁠ We are currently hiring at ⁠Stellate⁠. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our ⁠hiring page⁠.
A FFP interview with the CEO at Vercel, Guillermo Rauch. Guillermo is a highly accomplished fixture in the web development community with over a decade of experience in the field. He is widely recognized for his expertise and contributions, particularly for creating the popular JavaScript library, Socket.io, which allows for real-time bi-directional communication between web clients and servers. He has also played a key role in the success of several startups as a co-founder. Guillermo Rauch is currently the CEO of Vercel, a platform that simplifies the process of deploying and scaling web applications. Vercel has become a highly popular choice for developers, companies, and organizations to build and deploy their web projects. Throughout his career, Guillermo Rauch has achieved many notable accomplishments, including co-founding LearnBoost and Cloudup. His expertise, leadership, and contributions are recognized as a leader in the industry. Guillermo is frequently invited as a speaker to many conferences and events, and has been featured in multiple publications and media outlets. Hear Guillermo Rauch's perspective on: Customers As Partners Absorbing Insights Actionable Feedback Loops Winning Means… Metrics As Products Guillermo’s Personal Evolution Biggest Lessons Improving The World Authenticity & Transparency Links: Guillermo Rauch on Twitter Guillermo Rauch's blog Vercel We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with the CEO at Vercel, Guillermo Rauch. Guillermo is a highly accomplished fixture in the web development community with over a decade of experience in the field. He is widely recognized for his expertise and contributions, particularly for creating the popular JavaScript library, Socket.io, which allows for real-time bi-directional communication between web clients and servers. He has also played a key role in the success of several startups as a co-founder. Guillermo Rauch is currently the CEO of Vercel, a platform that simplifies the process of deploying and scaling web applications. Vercel has become a highly popular choice for developers, companies, and organizations to build and deploy their web projects. Throughout his career, Guillermo Rauch has achieved many notable accomplishments, including co-founding LearnBoost and Cloudup. His expertise, leadership, and contributions are recognized as a leader in the industry. Guillermo is frequently invited as a speaker to many conferences and events, and has been featured in multiple publications and media outlets. Hear Guillermo Rauch's perspective on: Balancing Focus Trusting Great Leaders Stellar Feedback Colleagues As Customers Finding Exceptional Leaders No or Hell Yeah! Important Heuristic Extremely Curious Scaling Yourself Guillermo’s Motivation Owing The Web Customers As Partners Absorbing Insights Actionable Feedback Loops Links: Guillermo Rauch on Twitter Guillermo Rauch's blog Vercel We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with the CEO at Vercel, Guillermo Rauch. Guillermo is a highly accomplished fixture in the web development community with over a decade of experience in the field. He is widely recognized for his expertise and contributions, particularly for creating the popular JavaScript library, Socket.io, which allows for real-time bi-directional communication between web clients and servers. He has also played a key role in the success of several startups as a co-founder. Guillermo Rauch is currently the CEO of Vercel, a platform that simplifies the process of deploying and scaling web applications. Vercel has become a highly popular choice for developers, companies, and organizations to build and deploy their web projects. Throughout his career, Guillermo Rauch has achieved many notable accomplishments, including co-founding LearnBoost and Cloudup. His expertise, leadership, and contributions are recognized as a leader in the industry. Guillermo is frequently invited as a speaker to many conferences and events, and has been featured in multiple publications and media outlets. Hear Guillermo Rauch's perspective on: Staying Ahead Reverse Engineering Back Porting “Democratizing” Technology Access Typical CEO Day Oversimplifying Problems Infrastructure As Code Main Responsibilities Declarative Systems Driving Change Powerful Metaphors Links: Guillermo Rauch on Twitter Guillermo Rauch's blog Vercel We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with the CEO at Vercel, Guillermo Rauch. Guillermo is a highly accomplished fixture in the web development community with over a decade of experience in the field. He is widely recognized for his expertise and contributions, particularly for creating the popular JavaScript library, Socket.io, which allows for real-time bi-directional communication between web clients and servers. He has also played a key role in the success of several startups as a co-founder. Guillermo Rauch is currently the CEO of Vercel, a platform that simplifies the process of deploying and scaling web applications. Vercel has become a highly popular choice for developers, companies, and organizations to build and deploy their web projects. Throughout his career, Guillermo Rauch has achieved many notable accomplishments, including co-founding LearnBoost and Cloudup. His expertise, leadership, and contributions are recognized as a leader in the industry. Guillermo is frequently invited as a speaker to many conferences and events, and has been featured in multiple publications and media outlets. Hear Guillermo Rauch's perspective on: Simple vs Easy Engineering vs Shipping Protecting Crown Jewels Value System Software At Scale Enabling Features Psychological Safety Links: Guillermo Rauch on Twitter Guillermo Rauch's blog Vercel We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
A “Meet The Team” FFP interview with Stellate's first main designer Julian Bauer from the design agency Overnice. Here are a few lines in his own words about himself. Hi, I’m Julian, a self-taught designer and developer. I co-founded the brand and product design agency, Overnice, some years ago and have been helping high-tech startups get their brands and products right ever since. In my mind, a digital brand and its product should be one and the same thing. I’m passionate about the intersection of art, design and technology and get a fuzzy feeling every time I see someone pushing the limits of that. Lastly: I do judge books by their cover. Hear Julian's perspective on: Pandemic Reset Design Agency Beginnings Career Liftoff First Startup First UX Lessons Berlin Startup Scene Tech Influence Juggling Startups Brand Strategy Brand & UX Working with Good Founders Remote Freedom Job Satisfaction Carpentry Joys Influences Trends and AI Favorite Books Evaluating Usability Product Stories Incorporating Feedback Agency Transitioning Off Twitter: @julianbauer_ Overnice Agency: https://www.overnice.com/ LinkedIn Julian Bauer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jul1anbauer/ LinkedIn Overnice: https://www.linkedin.com/company/overnice/ We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with the CEO at Vercel, Guillermo Rauch. Guillermo is a highly accomplished fixture in the web development community with over a decade of experience in the field. He is widely recognized for his expertise and contributions, particularly for creating the popular JavaScript library, Socket.io, which allows for real-time bi-directional communication between web clients and servers. He has also played a key role in the success of several startups as a co-founder. Guillermo Rauch is currently the CEO of Vercel, a platform that simplifies the process of deploying and scaling web applications. Vercel has become a highly popular choice for developers, companies, and organizations to build and deploy their web projects. Throughout his career, Guillermo Rauch has achieved many notable accomplishments, including co-founding LearnBoost and Cloudup. His expertise, leadership, and contributions are recognized as a leader in the industry. Guillermo is frequently invited as a speaker to many conferences and events, and has been featured in multiple publications and media outlets. Hear Guillermo Rauch's perspective on: Promoting Quickly Celebration Culture Sharing Kudos Best Feedback North Star Saying No "Hell Yes!" Decisions Customer Delight And vs Or Products Dismissing React Links: Guillermo Rauch on Twitter Guillermo Rauch's blog Vercel We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
Show Notes: A FFP interview with the CEO at Vercel, Guillermo Rauch. Guillermo is a highly accomplished fixture in the web development community with over a decade of experience in the field. He is widely recognized for his expertise and contributions, particularly for creating the popular JavaScript library, Socket.io, which allows for real-time bi-directional communication between web clients and servers. He has also played a key role in the success of several startups as a co-founder. Guillermo Rauch is currently the CEO of Vercel, a platform that simplifies the process of deploying and scaling web applications. Vercel has become a highly popular choice for developers, companies, and organizations to build and deploy their web projects. Throughout his career, Guillermo Rauch has achieved many notable accomplishments, including co-founding LearnBoost and Cloudup. His expertise, leadership, and contributions are recognized as a leader in the industry. Guillermo is frequently invited as a speaker to many conferences and events, and has been featured in multiple publications and media outlets. Hear Guillermo Rauch's perspective on: Unearthing Talent Space To Thrive Fostering Talent Community Building Best Hires Great Product People Product Ownership Well-Defined Ownership Field Insights Working w/ Large Companies Vercel CLI Spectrum Of Abstractions API-First Companies ChatGPT Links: Guillermo Rauch on Twitter Guillermo Rauch's blog Vercel We are currently hiring at Stellate. If you got interested in potentially working with us, please take a look at our hiring page.
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