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42: Addressing Delivery Pain

Haseeb Budhani, a co-founder and CEO of Rafay Systems, talks about his journey as a serial entrepreneur, and his mission of helping DevOps deploy modern applications on Kubernetes with ease.

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39: Solving the Challenges of Financial Forecasting

In this episode, Brandon Metcalf, a co-founder and CEO of Place Technology, talks about helping SMBs solve the challenges that come with financial forecasting.

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37: Turning Ideas Into Startups

In this episode, Luke Kanies, founder of Puppet and Clickety, shares his insights about turning ideas into startups.

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35: The AWS of Networking

Ryo Koyama, a 2x founder and the CEO of Remote.it, talks about the finer points of securing IoT devices and access to cloud resources while building a better Internet for all.

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34: Is Mediatech Set For A Revolution?

Arjun Mendhi, a co-founder and CEO of Molten talks about mediatech and why is it a huge opportunity for innovation right now.

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33: The Danger of Data Lock-In

Mark Kofman, a co-founder and CEO of Import2, talks about the risks and dangers of data lock-ins.

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32: Cracking The Code Of Innovation

Ron Berman, a professor of marketing at Wharton, talks about the findings of the Startup Genome report that he co-authored in 2011.

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31: Saving Private Founder

Ryan Howard, founder and CEO of 100Plus, talks about how founders should protect common shareholders and themselves.

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29: Cloud Automation for Everyone

Pradeep Padala, a co-founder and CEO of Fylamynt, talks about the importance of automation for operating any large-scale service in the cloud.

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28: Shifting Build Execution Paradigm

Benjy Weinberger, a co-founder and CEO of Toolchain Labs and a long-time contributor to the Pants OSS build system, talks about how to address slow, broken, and inconsistent builds with the Toolchain cloud-centric build system.

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27: Finding Unexpected Insights With Business Analysis

Sean Byrnes, co-founder and CEO of Outlier and Flurry, talks about the learnings and insights that he gathered on his journey as a serial founder.

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26: Turning Past Learnings Into A Company

Matthew Schmidt, a Founder and CEO of Peoplelogic.ai, talks about how the learnings and insights that he gained at one company has led him to start another.

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25: Tackling The Sponsorship Industry

In this episode, Bob Johnston, founder of Executive Council and former co-founder & CEO of SponsorHub, talks about his experiences bringing efficiencies to the sponsorship industry.

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24: What Gets Founders Into Trouble?

Kumar Saurabh, co-founder of Sumo Logic and LogicHub, shares his insights about what gets founders into trouble.

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21: The Implications To Consider When Targeting Enterprise Customers

In this episode, Steve Viarengo, an accomplished software executive with over 20 years of experience, discusses the implications that startups should consider when targeting enterprise customers.

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19: Building A Compounding Technology Moat

In this episode Gene Linetsky, a true techie and serial entrepreneur, shares his thoughts on how technology-based competitive advantages can be compounded over time to create an enduring moat.

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18: Supercharging Distributed Workforce

In this episode, George Elfond, CEO and co-founder of Rallyware, addresses various aspects of supercharging a distributed global workforce.

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16: How To Navigate Through Choppy Waters

Chris O’Neill, former CEO and Chairman of Evernote, talks about the lessons learned and mistakes made from operating in previous downturns.

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