- 0:47 - Beginning of No Code Roundup
- 1:00 - Carrd Updates (Tweet)
- 1:52 - Carrd's External Data Sources (Tweet)
- 2:47 - AJ's other project (HTML5Up)
- 3:09 - Tom Bekkers (Twitter) / Flowbase - Free Webflow Cloneable
- 4:02 - Bram's MVP Experiment Canvas
- 4:34 - Lottie Files (Tweet, Blog Post)
- 6:42 - What's a good way to get started with Lottie?
- 6:52 - Joe Krug's (Finsweet) LottieFlow
- 7:13 - Webflow University's Article on Lottie
- 7:26 - Adobe's tweet about Lottie
- 9:22 - The Extension of The No Codies (Nominate now!)
- 10:14 - Categories we need: Bubble Projects, E-commerce Tools, Mobile Apps, Streamer/Content Creators/Visual Developers
- 11:36 - Our take on Tobi Lutke's (CEO, Shopify) No-Code Tweet (Sh
- 12:13 - Michael Wong's (Raw Studio) Tweet
- 12:38 - Lacey's Take
- 14:05 - Matt's Take
- 15:55 - Elliot E-Commerce (Website) and Sergio Villaseñor (Twitter)
- 16:13 - Ben's Take
- 23:18 - EPISODE: Bram Kanstein (Twitter), Maker + Founder of No Code MVP
- 24:14 - Bram asks us how we found him
- 25:22 - How Bram started No Code MVP + Bram's Story
- 27:23 - What were you using to stand up the No Code MVP website?
- 27:54 - Bram's No Code Stack (Carrd, Zapier, Airtable, Google Docs, Google Drive, Google Sheets, Revue)
- 28:43 - One Page Love (Website)
- 29:00 - How Ben found Bram
- 30:00 - Startup Stash (Tweet, Website) by Bram Kanstein
- 30:30 - How Bram uses Gary Vaynerchuk's Principle about "Giving without Expectation"
- 31:40 - Have you always been entrepreneurial?
- 32:11 - Bram's past experience of pirating music + selling them to fund parties, and background in internet/entrepreneurship
- 35:00 - How did you pivot from entrepreneurship growing up to 2 years of medical school?
- 35:53 - Bram's Backpacking Trip to Australia
- 36:33 - How Bram's mom reacted to dropping out
- 37:10 - Do you consider yourself a self-disciplined person and self-starter?
- 37:40 - Bram on specialist vs generalist roles
- 40:00 - Lacey on being a generalist
- 40:47 - Company of One, by Paul Jarvis
- 42:46 - The Joy in Building
- 43:20 - Creating tutorials as an output from building
- 44:14 - If you are too humble about your expertise, your experience won't pay you back
- 44:34 - Creating tutorials will help show off your skills more to the public
- 45:18 - How do you personally stay fresh and energetic after getting the same questions?
- 46:51 - Monetizing no-code products + offerings
- 50:22 - Every product is selling time
- 50:52 - Determine what customers are your perfect customers
- 52:40 - No Code MVP's Target Audience
- 54:30 - No Code MVP's launch metrics
- 56:44 - Bram's first job in investing and getting investors to fund your idea via a No Code MVP
- 1:00:15 - Ending
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