- 0:20 - Intro
- 1:03 - Start of No-Code Round-up
- 1:13 - Coda launches Publishing
- 1:41 - Reid Hoffman's tweet about his Coda doc
- 2:47 - SEO/Page Speed on a Coda website
- 5:05 - Bravo Studio's Tutorial for an RSVP App
- 5:41 - Bravo will be a part of OFFF Festival
- 6:03 - Glide tweeted about SheetsCon (Free online conf about spreadsheets)
- 6:55 - Voiceflow hits 6,000 in their Community
- 7:22 - Chris Spags's tweet about JetBoost in Webflow
- 9:10 - Chris's tweet in response to Aron Korenblit
- 9:19 - Chris's tweet in response to Tom Bekkers
- 10:15 - No Code Foundersis holding AMAs!
- 10:29 - Bubble's CEO, Emmanuel
- 11:07 - Sign up for No Code Founders Slack here
- 11:15 - Joe from NuCode does 2+ hour demo with Mark from Bildr
- 12:00 - Webflow on NASDAQ!
- 12:08 - Ashley, VP of Product
- 12:21 - Vlad's tweet thread about NASDAQ Feature / His Story
- 13:50 - Ben Tossell's tweet about "one dominant no-code stack"
- 14:34 - KP's tweet about no-code pyramid + tiers
- 14:56 - Vlad's tweet about an "AWZ Stack"
- 18:07 - Ben isn't a huge fan of Zapier anymore...
- 18:43 - Ben explains why he prefers Integromat more than Zapier
- 21:32 - How Zapier Paths caused a hold-up with the No Codies build
- 23:41 - Andrew Wilkinson tweeted an 8020 Revenue/Client Update
- 24:25 - UseParagon.com to automate API development
- 25:55 - BusyWorkHQ is similar in concept to Paragon
- 26:19 - Internal.io to build internal no-code tools
- 26:52 - JoinHuddle.io for issue tracking and user stories for no-code
- 27:39 - Memberstack is hiring!
- 28:17 - Airtable now has Scripting
- 28:54 - No Code Rumble by Sarkis Buniatyan
- 29:16 - Michael Gill (@gill_works) announces $8000 cash for winner of NCR
- 29:43 - @nocoderumble on Twitter
- 29:47 - Rumble.pro (No Code Rumble's website)
- 30:12 - Max Haining's #100DaysOfNoCode Challenge
- 31:00 - Ben Tossell announces No Code VC
- 31:32 - Connor Finlayson is a partner at No Code VC
- 31:51 - Zapier's CEO, Wade Foster, is doing an AMA
- 32:22 - Elementor raises $15M round
- 32:46 - Wix expects $1B in revenue this year
- 33:00 - Wix is targeting Pro Users with Editor X
- 34:00 -Grid AI (AI Website Builder) was a scam...
- 34:57 - Vlad's tweet about needing more startups founded by Women/POC
- 37:38 - The interview begins
- 37:50 - Jamie Kent (Engineer), Ivy Sanders (Design), Michelle Cunningham (Engineering Manager), Sachi Yokose (Customer Success) - Women from the Parabola team!
- 38:12 - How everyone got their start in tech
- 42:03 - Question for Michelle: What has helped you get to where you are as an Engineering Manager and what advice would you have for others who want to set off in a similar direction?
- 42:43 - Just fix it! Jump in and fill a role (see a need, fill a need)
- 43:30 - Why Michelle loves working at a startup
- 44:15 - Question for Sachi: With your job, customers being equipped with what they need to use Parabola is extremely important, what challenges do you face when it comes to equipping customers?
- 45:03 - It's a challenge meeting customers where they are when their levels are so spread out
- 46:18 - A goal for Parabola is to make the tool more approachable this year
- 47:42 - Question for Ivy: Parabola, in my opinion, is one of the best designed and well thought out no code/visual development tools I've ever seen ー can you tell us more about your approach to design and how you feel it makes a difference in your users experience?
- 48:35 - Ivy doesn't know how to code and tries to design the tool based on making it easy for her to use with the goal being that it's more friendly for anyone who picks it up.
- 49:21 - Question for Jamie: What are common misconceptions people have about engineers? How can we combat these misconceptions and communicate more effectively?
- 53:20 - Coding is complex, but it isn't rocket science.
- 55:40 - Ego in the workplace
- 56:50 - How can men join us in supporting and including women in tech?
- 57:15 - Regardless of gender, it's important to make sure people feel safe and supported
- 1:00:50 - Advice for women just starting out in tech
- 1:03:20 - What's unique about Parabola that makes it easy to create without writing code?
- 1:04:06 - Great design and plain speak documentation to make the product approachable
- 1:05:10 - There's a sense of play in the product and a joy from learning as you build
- 1:05:43 - How does the no-code space grow to include more women and under represented groups?
- 1:08:30 - Representation is such a big piece
- 1:09:29 - Do people even know that they're no-coders?
- 1:11:15 - How not to write content. 😬
- 1:12:40 - Diversity is a GOOD thing
- 1:13:35 - Outro
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