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Version One is a new podcast from CodeSandbox that dives into the product development journey of some of the web's most talked-about tools and resources. Follow along with host Maurice Cherry as he uncovers these stories from the creators who built them. You will learn about what worked, what didn't work and hear about the challenges they overcame in creating that all-important first version of their product. Continue Reading >>
Version One is a new podcast from CodeSandbox that dives into the product development journey of some of the web's most talked-about tools and resources. Follow along with host Maurice Cherry as he uncovers these stories from the creators who built them. You will learn about what worked, what didn't work and hear about the challenges they overcame in creating that all-important first version of their product. << Show Less
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Josh Brewer, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman at Abstract Abstract is where the design process finds structure and transparency. Companies including Cisco, Zendesk, and Microsoft depend on Abstract’s design intelligence platform to help their teams gather requirements, review designs, and measure what works all in one space.

For the season finale of Version One, Abstract’s co-founder and executive chairman Josh Brewer tells the story of how Abstract’s version control and workflow tools for digital designers came to be.

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Josh Brewer, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman at Abstract Abstract is where the design process finds structure and transparency. Companies including Cisco, Zendesk, and Microsoft depend on Abstract’s design intelligence platform to help their teams gather requirements, review designs, and measure what works all in one space.

For the season finale of Version One, Abstract’s co-founder and executive chairman Josh Brewer tells the story of how Abstract’s version control and workflow tools for digital designers came to be.

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We want to know what you think about our new podcasts, so we've put together a survey to get your feedback!

Visit codesandbox.io/podsurvey to take the survey. It should only take a few minutes, and your input will really help us. We would love to hear from you!

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Amanda Sabreah, Founder of Staat Staat is an analytics tool that helps software teams track progress along their product life cycle. Instead of re-inventing the wheel with issue tracking, Staat connects with GitHub and Jira Cloud, presenting information in an automated, real-time engineering dashboard to companies including Twilio, Etsy, and Honey.

In this episode of Version One, we talk to Amanda Sabreah, CEO and founder of Staat, about the whirlwind post-college journey that led her into creating a real-time dashboard for engineering teams all over the world.

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We want to know what you think about our new podcasts, so we've put together a survey to get your feedback!

Visit codesandbox.io/podsurvey to take the survey. It should only take a few minutes, and your input will really help us. We would love to hear from you!

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Vlad Magdalin, Co-Founder and CEO of Webflow Webflow empowers designers worldwide to build professional, custom websites in a completely visual canvas with no code. Companies including Dell, Upwork, Zendesk, and Rakuten depend on Webflow to help their marketing and design teams create production-ready, easy-to-maintain websites.

To get a sense of how Webflow came to be, you have to know about its CEO and co-founder Vlad Magdalin. In this episode of Version One, we talk with Vlad and learn how his life and early career as a designer helped influence the creation of this revolutionary platform.

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Visit codesandbox.io/podsurvey to take the survey. It should only take a few minutes, and your input will really help us. We would love to hear from you!

Thank you!
Zachariah Moreno, CEO and CTO of SquadCast Podcasting is everywhere these days, and SquadCast makes it easy to record studio-quality audio and video thanks to their patent-pending, cloud-based technology. They are even used by media giants including Spotify, Vox Media, and NPR.

This week on Version One, we hear from Zachariah Moreno, SquadCast's co-founder, CEO and CTO. He talks through attending art school, interning at Google, and shares how a creative side project with his brother and a friend became a podcasting tool used by people in over 120 countries.
Guillermo Rauch, CEO and Co-Founder of Vercel Vercel is the best place to deploy any frontend app, and the platform enables frontend teams to do their best work. It works with over 30 Jamstack frameworks and is used by teams at Airbnb, Twilio, and The Washington Post (to name a few).

Guillermo Rauch, the founder and CEO of Vercel is our guest this week on Version One. From his early start with tech and open source in Argentina to becoming a part of the startup community in San Francisco, we'll follow Guillermo on his international journey that led to creating the Vercel platform.
Matt Biilmann, CEO and Co-Founder of Netlify Netlify is known as one of the fastest-growing platforms for high-performance websites and apps. Dozens of big companies use Netlify -- including Figma, Shopify, Mailchimp, and Nike -- and to date, they have onboarded over a million other businesses and developers to their platform.

On this week's episode of Version One, we take a look at Netlify's beginning product journey from its CEO and co-founder, Matt Biilmann. Listen as Matt talks about his early career as a music journalist, partnering up with his best friend (and Netlify co-founder) Chris Bach, and learn about the triumphs and challenges they faced while building their way to the successful first version of their product.
Introducing Version One Version One is a new podcast from CodeSandbox that dives into the product development journey of some of the web's most talked-about tools and resources. Follow along with host Maurice Cherry as he uncovers these stories from the creators who built them. You will learn about what worked, what didn't work and hear about the challenges they overcame in creating that all-important first version of their product.