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Join OpenView’s Khira Gabliani, Kaitlyn Henry, and Casey Renner for honest conversations with the female leaders at PagerDuty, Microsoft, Puppet, and more. They’ve led teams through IPOs and built product led growth companies that change the way we work. Now, they’re sharing their wisdom with you. If you’re ready, let’s start BUILDing To Boss.
 
The Being An Engineer podcast is a central repository in which we collect and share industry knowledge & best practices associated with the discipline of engineering. We hope that engineers throughout the world will benefit from this content as they connect with the companies, technologies, people, resources, and opportunities that are relevant to their engineering or engineering-adjacent roles. Contact us at info@teampipeline.us. Intro and Outro music by John Martell
 
Welcome to Travel Behind Bites podcast. You will have an amazing opportunity to discover the inspiration and passion behind your favorite spots. I am your host Alejandro Servalli, and together we will take a deep dive into the food industry. Meet chefs, restaurant owners, manufacturers, and more. We will seek out the hand made, the naturally grown, the innovative fusions, and the earthy goodness we all love.
 
Back in the 17th century, the Habsburgs had a small summer palace on this site. However, this was destroyed during the second Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683. After the defeat of the Turks, Emperor Leopold I commissioned the Austrian Baroque architect Fischer von Erlach with the construction of a hunting lodge. Fifty years later Maria Theresa had Schönbrunn remodelled in the Rococo style by her court architect Nicolaus Pacassi. Here she spent the summer months together with the court househo ...
 
Deep (and not-so-deep) conversations about home improvement, design, and life at home. Tune in for weekly episodes filled with casual decorating advice, DIY stories, interviews with experts, and a smattering of tips and ideas that can help you simplify, organize, and update your home. Sherry and John Petersik are the married duo who began chronicling their home improvement adventures in 2007 on the blog Young House Love, which spawned two New York Times best-selling books, as well as product ...
 
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Jeanne DeWitt Grosser was hired to scale the sales team at Stripe, which meant that she had to become smarter about customer segmentation. Throughout her career, Jeanne’s relied on strong partnership with the data science organization. In this episode of BUILDing To Boss, we unpack how Stripe leveraged product-led growth to scale a sales org with a…
 
Guna has worked in academia for over 30 years. Though not always a popular topic within the academic community, Guna has pushed for curriculum that includes more relevant learning objectives, often drawing from feedback from professionals working in industry for inspiration. Having worked in industry himself before beginning his academic career, Gu…
 
On the final miniseries episode of BUILDing To Boss, PagerDuty CMO Julie Herendeen reveals how she thinks about the role of marketing at a tech company. Find out how the company has changed since she joined PagerDuty and they became a public company, advice she gives to other marketers, and whether she’d recommend getting an MBA. Plus, hear what sh…
 
Tracy is a Flight Systems Engineer working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Over her 20-year career, she has helped to develop, test and operate a variety of robotic spacecraft to explore our Solar System. A life-long learner herself, she loves encouraging people of all ages to nurture their curiosity and explore the wonders that are all around…
 
Rashida Hodge works at the intersection of AI and customer success. During her 18 years at IBM, she led teams in strategic partnerships, product management, go-to-market, and business operations. She now heads up the customer success Azure data and AI team at Microsoft. In this episode, Rashida’s giving advice to AI’s future leaders, talking about …
 
I.T. grew up in Nigeria solving problems such as having to plan for getting water, and only having access to electricity during certain times of the day. Coupled with a rigorous educational system, it’s no wonder this environment helped him become the insightful problem solver (engineer) we hear from on this episode. From fixing broken fuses in TVs…
 
Take it from Andrea: go-to-market strategies are not one size fits all. But, no matter where you are in your go-to-market strategy, learning how to prioritize your time is always one of the biggest challenges. Find out how she decides which ones Cyral should focus on and which to leave behind. Plus, learn the nuances of selling to a security audien…
 
Tech companies love a good framework, and there seems to be frameworks abound for every aspect of company building except diversity, equity, and inclusion. Enter Just Work, a book from Radical Candor’s Kim Scott. Kim is launching a company with the same name led by Trier Bryant. It’s all about recognizing, attacking, and eliminating workplace injus…
 
Phnam grew up in France, became an industrial designer, and eventually moved to the United States to pursue her career. She is a designer in the truest sense, having a mastery over topics such as color, material, form, & texture. What makes her so valuable to product & engineering teams, though, is not simply her mastery over these subjects, but he…
 
Six months after graduating with his degree in industrial design Ryan Eder entered his senior thesis project, a novel piece of fitness equipment, into the International Design Excellence competition, along with 1700 other entries from 35 countries. And then he won. That begun the journey that has taken him (and his company IncludeHealth) from a bea…
 
Anne DelSanto has seen it all. She’s currently an independent board member for five public and private companies in the tech space: Axonius, Traction on Demand, Juniper Networks, New Relic, Inc., and Advanced Energy. Before, she led cross-functional teams at IBM, Oracle, and Salesforce. She knows what it takes to build deeper employee engagement an…
 
Puppet CEO, Yvonne Wassenaar, credits three fundamental attributes for becoming a CEO: curiosity, connection, and agility. Whether it’s her path from CIO to CEO, how Puppet has evolved its go-to-market strategy, or why it’s so important to have professional role models, Yvonne has a story for it and is sharing it today. And, don’t miss the advice s…
 
Over his 40 year tenure working at Battelle, Bill has worked on a multitude of different projects, been named on dozens of patents, and developed skills using a wealth of design tools. In the process he has been named inventor of the year (2013) and a Battelle Distinguished Inventor. Join us during our conversation as we discuss what one learns wor…
 
Merline Saintil has led teams at Intuit, Yahoo, PayPal, Adobe, Joyent, and Sun Microsystems. Now, she serves on the board of directors at a combination of five public and private companies – Alkami Technology, ShotSpotter, Inc., Banner Bank, Lightspeed HQ, GitLab, and most recently she was appointed to Evolv Technology’s Board of Directors. . She’s…
 
In this episode we chat with Shane Wee from Alto Capital and discuss his background, experience in the finance industry and passions outside of work. We talk about the importance of loyalty, mentorship and mental health as well as the regular ten bagger related topics and tips. https://themagiccoat.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Sweat-Small-Stuff…
 
Krista Anderson-Copperman has led two customer support teams through successful IPOs, first at Salesforce and then at Okta. At both companies, she was instrumental in building the SaaS playbook for customer success. Tune in and find out what Krista has to say about that and her time as Board Director at Drift and Advisor at Gainsight.…
 
Liz may have ended up an interior designer had it not been for a suggestion from her high school math teacher that she check out engineering, which has ended up being a perfect fit for her personality and innate skills. Join us as we talk about a wide range of subjects from how animal testing lead her to becoming a vegetarian to the most important …
 
Join OpenView’s Khira Gabliani, Kaitlyn Henry, and Casey Renner for honest conversations with the female leaders at PagerDuty, Microsoft, Puppet, and more. They’ve led teams through IPOs and built product led growth companies that change the way we work. Now, they’re sharing their wisdom with you. If you’re ready, let’s start BUILDing To Boss.…
 
Work/life balance is a big topic these days, and for good reason. We need balance in our lives. However, can this focus sometimes obscure the fact that sometimes we just need to put in the hours and get things done, even if it’s after 5pm? Paxson Matthews demonstrates this ethic especially well as he shares his background with us, including how he …
 
Darin has been an application engineer supporting SolidWorks users since 1997, and as a result has a plethora of experience and practical tips for using the software. He is also a prolific content creator who has found innovative ways of not only showcasing the value of the software, but how it can be implemented in users personal lives, as well. A…
 
Mike has over 30 years of experience working as an engineer and in technical fields. He has held roles from technician to engineer to CEO and brings a wealth of knowledge and wisdom to share with us on the show. Among the insights he shares in this episode are how to build a successful engineering team, why attitude counts as much as anything else …
 
This episode is a conversation we recorded with Ted Richards earlier in 2020. We discuss behaviour finance, the human factors and psychology that comes into financial decision making. We talk about some of the common behavioural biases and reasons people make, or struggle to make good decisions. Ted works at Six Park, an automated investing platfor…
 
David Cancel read 50 books in 2020, and he reveals his absolute favorites on this episode of BUILD. Tune in to hear which popular book influenced Drift’s approach to company culture, and which author is helping David plan for life after COVID-19. David Cancel is best known for being a serial founder and product visionary from his track record with …
 
In this episode we talk to Ian Cassel a prominent microcap investor, author and founder of MicroCapClub.com We hear about how Ian found himself so passionate about microcaps and what he learnt throughout his journey. The discussion covers liquidity in microcaps, how to research and identify potential multibaggers and position sizes in a portfolio. …
 
Callye Keen helps physical product companies grow through strategy, design, and manufacturing in his company, RedBlueCollective (https://www.redbluecollective.com/). Golden nugget #1: Train your eye to see opportunity by starting something. Golden nugget #2: To be the best engineer, work at a machine shop or a manufacturing company for at least a s…
 
Barbara earned a degree in chemical engineering then learned she found manufacturing and design more interesting than chemicals. Beginning her career supervising a manufacturing team, she quickly learned the importance of humility when working with others, and developed a love for helping those on her team. She continues to develop professionals as…
 
Elizabeth shares her unique perspective having worked at a “theory X” company prior to her 10+ years at Gore, and contrasts those experiences with the “theory Y” environment that has been intentionally developed at Gore. Learn about how the enterprise’s principles of supporting and building individuals has led to it success, and how these principle…
 
2020 was a year of change and redefinition across the board for software companies. Yamini Rangan is HubSpot’s Chief Customer Officer, and she believes that when customers are struggling to adapt to change, the concept of “growth” itself needs to be redefined if your goal is to truly put customers first. Hear her advice for how to practice customer…
 
Matt shares his deep and valuable experience with us from testing pharmaceutical compounds and understanding the mechanics of the universe on an atomic level through implementing truly practical quality systems that help teams work more productively without weighing them down in paperwork and bureaucracy. Learn more about his work by visiting PSN’s…
 
Like many great engineers, Blayne Roeder (pronounced like “raider”) grew up on a farm with a strong work ethic and in a culture that valued the ability to maintain (and sometimes build) your own equipment. Those skills helped Blayne quickly advance through a senior level engineering role and into multiple engineering director roles. Having provided…
 
AJ never meant to start a company. He was building websites as a freelancer, but was frustrated with the popular website platforms. They were far too complex, so AJ built Carrd as the easiest way to make one-page websites. It launched on Product Hunt and took off faster than AJ had ever expected. Now with 800k users, it’s much more than a side proj…
 
Ryan Frederick has spent his career building software product companies and during this episode shares just a few insights he has learned over the years. Directly applicable to both software and hardware companies, listeners will find his instruction a valuable asset in their bag of development tools. Ryan has also written two books, one about star…
 
Alexander Slocum is a professor of mechanical engineering at MIT and is one of the authorities in the realm of mechanical design. He has written two books on machine design, Precision Machine Design and FUNdaMENTALs of Design (free download on http://pergatory.mit.edu), published more than 150 papers, and has 130+ issued patents. Alex regularly wor…
 
Sales models are not one size fits all. There are key differences between traditional enterprise sales, high-volume inside sales, and product-led sales. In her 30 years of experience, Leandra Fishman has led teams in all of these environments. In this episode of BUILD, we unpack these different models and how to apply best practices of the past to …
 
David is a portfolio manager at Altor Capital and manages the Altor Alpha Fund. As at October 2020 the Alpha fund has returned over 240% since its inception in April 2019. In this discussion David shares his thoughts on the current market conditions, the way he approaches small companies and running a portfolio of different stocks through different…
 
Ogun Unal’s expertise is in industrial engineering and metallurgy. He shares a particularly interesting example with us describing how the oxidized top layer of molten Aluminum can be pushed sub-surface and lead to failures in the cast components if not handled properly. Ogun also shares an interesting take on how engineers spark change in the worl…
 
David Oh is the former flight director for the Mars Curiosity rover, and current systems engineering manager and system architect at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) for the upcoming Psyche launch. During this episode David shares his insights and experience working with large engineering teams on (literally) mission critical systems and subs…
 
Daniel Kurnianto is a Product Manager Owner, R&D Senior Mechanical Design Engineer of lab equipment & automation. Daniel’s F.A.S.T. Liquid Handling Automation Positive Displacement Pipette Tips device captivated me and prompted me to invite him to the podcast. Watch his automated Displacing Pipette Tip device here: https://tinyurl.com/yytyokfu Inte…
 
2020 was a big year for SaaS. From IPOs to record-breaking quarters to huge M&A deals, there was no shortage of activity. But how did the average SaaS company fare in 2020? Was the breakneck growth experienced by Zoom, Shopify, and Snowflake common to the rest of the industry? Or did COVID have a bigger impact on software than the standard press he…
 
Paul Schaffner has worked for Benchmark Electronics for over 30 years. These days it’s hard to find individuals who have stayed with a company for effectively their entire careers. Join us on the episode and listen to what factors have motivated Paul to develop his long-term strategy, and the benefits he has enjoyed through doing so. Along the way,…
 
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