The current pandemic has exposed many of society’s frailties, and no other sector has been impacted more than the service industry, especially the food and restaurant ecosystem. A lot of us don’t quite understand the fragility of this supply chain, and the sheer size and scope of the impact. In order to understand the magnitude … Continue reading [Podcast] Stuck@Om with Matt Buchanan
My good friend Anne Dwane (General Partner at an early-stage venture capital firm, Village Global) joins me in this episode of Stuck@Om to chat about how we are both navigating life at home during a pandemic. Anne and I have both lives through multiple downturns — the dotcom crash, the 2008 meltdown and of course, … Continue reading [Podcast] Stuck@Om with Anne Dwane, Village Global
Today, I am kicking off a new podcast series — Stuck @ Om. This is a series of casual but candid conversations with people whose opinions I respect, and enjoy learning from. I get on the Zoom with someone and we have a conversation – like we would if we were meeting in real life. … Continue reading [Podcast] Stuck@Om with Bijan Sabet, Spark Capital
I have known Matt Mullenweg, CEO, and founder of Automattic, and co-creator of open source project, WordPress for almost a decade and a half. Given our close friendship and a personal bond, I have eschewed asking him about work and never interviewed him, barring a handful of WordCamp on-stage conversations. So, it was fun to … Continue reading [Podcast] Interviewing Matt Mullenweg
My friend Kevin Scott has a unique vantage point from which to speak about the future of software engineering. He is a very gifted and accomplished man who serves as CTO at Microsoft, but his career as a software engineer spans several years and a variety of different roles in companies both large and small.
If you take the time to listen in to this conversation, you’ll hear his story — which began in a tiny town in Virginia. From his first personal computer (from Radio Shack), of his interest in technology and aspirations to become a university professor to that time when he applied at a company called Google. Please, take the time to listen.