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Best Courtland Allen podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Courtland Allen podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Christie is a product manager at Liquid Web. I started WP Buffs and we increase MRR every single month. And here’s the good news. We’re joining forces to bring you The WPMRR WordPress Podcast! If you’ve been looking for a WordPress podcast that’s entirely focused on growing successful WordPress businesses and monthly recurring revenue without taking itself too seriously, we’ve got your back.
 
Their tech. Their products. Their stories.In a tech startup, how do you get from an idea on the back of a napkin to a fully functioning product? Code Story is a podcast featuring tech leaders, reflecting the roads they travelled and the products they created. On the show, we interview tech visionaries, digging into the critical moments of what it takes to change an industry, and build (and lead) a team that has your back. Hosted by Noah Labhart, this show is a window into the digital startup ...
 
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Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Links: Courtland on Twitter Indiehackers Indie Hackers Podcast Rosie Sherry Show notes: In the beginning, I talk with Courtland about his journey to create the indie hacker community. I actually thought he created it right after graduating from college. But that's far from what happened. For…
 
Greg Rog (@greg_rog) is one of the few indie hackers I know who's actually managed to build a passive income business. His website, LearnUX.io, makes over $10k per month, yet he spends less than a day each month updating the content and answering questions. His secret? A combination of hard work over a sustained period of time, obsessive focus on m…
 
This week's theme is MMR, ARR, and Churn! What metrics you should be looking at for your business, different subscription models, how to deal with churn, and what to do when customers churn... happily Listen to the full episodes below: E57 – Speed optimization, tackling happy customer churn, security options and more listener questions E41 – Churn,…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about game development with Jonathan Jennings, software engineer at RelayCars. We get into how he got into game design, the struggles of learning to code, and what it takes to be a successful game designer. Show Links Digital Ocean (sponsor) Educative (sponsor) Heroku (sponsor) Career Karma (sponsor) RelayCars DeVry U…
 
Nathan Rosidi has bootstrapped his side project, Strata Scratch, to 2500 users and over $1,500 in monthly recurring revenue. In this episode we discuss the lessons he's learned from past failures, how to prioritize what to work on when you're getting ideas from so many different people, and why it's both a blessing and a curse to be able to take th…
 
Cory Zue (@czue) made over $26,000 in profit from multiple side projects in 2019, including a printable place card business and a Django-powered SaaS template. In this episode Cory explains how his journey began by taking a sabbatical from work, he lays out his plan to reach financial independence by 2023, and he shares some tips for ensuring your …
 
This week's theme is freelancing! How to get started, find clients, the most common mistakes to avoid, and how to make tough decisions - like choosing expand your team... or remain solo. Listen to the full episodes below: E22 – Princess Leia on developing fearless freelancers (Carrie Dils, Fearless Freelancer) E26 – Darth Maul on sales and marketin…
 
In this episode, we talk about the necessity of coding apprenticeships in making the tech world a more diverse and inclusive place, with Ryan Carson, CEO and founder of Treehouse. He talks about the limitations of the pure bootcamp model and how apprenticeship programs can lead to real change in terms of equality, diversity, and inclusion. Show Lin…
 
- Alexandria Procter (@alexprocter101) is the last person you would ever describe as timid. When the bureaucracy at her college in South Africa failed to address a massive student housing crisis, Alex taught took things into her own hands, learned to code, and created a startup to help. In this episode, Alex and I talk about the personality traits …
 
Links: Laurie's website Laurie's twitter Gatsby career Show notes: We start off with Laurie describing her day-to-day work at Gatsby. Turns out, Laurie works fully-remote from her home office on a variety of things. Somehow, the tasks she describes sound to me like typical developer relations or developer advocacy tasks, but Laurie explains to me t…
 
This week's theme is health! Although cliche, we talk about why it's important for your business that you stay healthy, how to take care of your brain - not just your body, and a few tips to help you start creating healthy habits for all of us who are sitting at our desks all day. Hear the full episodes in the links below: E10 – 5-ish ways to overc…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about testing code with Angie Jones, Senior Developer Advocate at Applitools, and former Senior Software Engineer in Test at Twitter. Angie talks about how she got into testing, some of the testing and problems she had to solve while working at Twitter, and why all developers should understand the basics of testing. S…
 
Jane Portman (@uibreakfast) is no stranger to making money online. Not only has she run a successful consultancy for nearly a decade, but she's also published 4 books and become a leading authority on UX and product design. So when Jane decided to start a SaaS company—Userlist— she was surprised to learn just slow and difficult the process can be. …
 
In this episode, Two Black Nerds take the time to discuss Romeo's career transition from being an Electrical Engineer to a Software Engineer from beginning to end. Romeo guides us through his thought process behind switching careers, his plan of attack for making the transition, and also shares insights he learned throughout the entire process and …
 
This week's theme is community! Why it's important for your business, how & where you should build one, and a few tips to help grow your influence within your unique group. Hear the full episodes in the links below E7 – Should you use Facebook groups or Slack for community building? E8 – How to immediately get outed as a WPN00b E19 - Sauron on boot…
 
In this episode, we're talking about ethics in open source with Coraline Ehmke, software developer, and creator of the Contributor Covenant, as well as the Hippocratic License. Coraline talks about her coding journey, open source, licenses, and how and why it’s important to create an ethical framework for those licenses. Show Links Digital Ocean (s…
 
Vlad Magdalin (@callmevlad) might just be the most principled founder I've had on the podcast. "When it came to making hard decisions, I've leaned more on my morality rather than my business sense. That's what I regret the least." Sticking to his heart has paid off. Not only has he built a company that's changing and improving lives by the millions…
 
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