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Hacking Education For The Future with Erik P.M. Vermeulen
Episode 19 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Erik P.M. Vermeulen, Professor, Executive, and innovator.
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“I really believe in communities.”
“When I talk about creativity, and what I want my students to be, I want them to understand communities. I want them to be visible.’”
“Thinking about how to become visible in a community based World, and how you can actually contribute and build something with the community is something they cannot do on their own. Most of them don’t even understand it, and when we talk about education, that’s what education is about, because it is going to happen, this decentralized thing.” — Erik P.M. Vermeulen
|Jan 22, 2019|
Hacking The Job Market via Lambda School with Austen Allred
Episode 18 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Austen Allred, the CEO and founder of Lambda School.
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“We want to get the point where 90% of our students are hired within 90-days of graduation.”
“For us, it is very important that when you graduate from Lambda, we want to say, ‘this person has a stamp of approval they understand these 120 things, and we know that and we verified that and people stand by them.’”
“In the longterm that will matter a lot when it comes to employers and hiring. They will know what a Lambda graduate means.” — Austen Allred
|Jan 15, 2019|
Hacking The Self with Nick Jankel
Episode 17 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with serial entrepreneur and author Nick Seneca Jankel.
“I am hacking capitalism to make a more connected World.”
“We’ve got to use this technological power, this power of business, creative power, and we’ve got to take on some big problems.”
“What is purpose? Well, purpose is like love in action. It is that love and kindness that comes out into I’m going to take on this community issue, I’m going to take on a bigger social problem then I was before. Until we can access purpose within, and keep it stable within us, that control and protect mode of a monkey will keep going ‘forget the purpose, lets make another million, that would be really cool, then we’ll be loved’.” —Nick Seneca Jankel
|Jan 09, 2019|
Building A Movement Through Emerging Tech with Enigma's Tor Bair
Episode 16 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Tor Bair from Enigma.
“I don’t want to get too much into why truth is broken right now in the tech space, that’s a whole other can of worms, but I think we can all appreciate that it is getting harder and harder to know what is trustable.”
“The moment we start believing there is no other way, then it is just a race to the bottom. There will only be two companies in the World, and that’s if we’re lucky. There may only be one.”
“We have to be building a movement at the same time we’re building the technology. I think we need to be funding these kinds of solutions like this is the apocalypse event for the Internet.” —Tor Bair
|Dec 19, 2018|
Emerging Technologies with Venture Capitalist Julian Moncada
Episode 15 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Venture Capitalist Julian Moncada.
“I think that is really important that if you’re a hacker or developer that you balance the excitement you have around a new technology, around a new potential problem to solve, with the opportunity in the market and building a sustainable business.”
“If you build one without the other, if you have a great business plan, or you have some amazing idea but its not feasible, technically you’re not going to get very far.”
“I also think the inverse is true, you can build amazing tech, but if you haven’t thought through the market for it, or the value proposition it offers. Whether its a market we’re use to or whether it is a completely new market that doesn’t mimic anything today, if you had to make a call on that side of your business that can be very challenging as well.” —Julian Moncada
|Dec 12, 2018|
Blockchain and Future Tech from the Crow's Nest with Daniel Jefferies
Episode 14 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Science Fiction author, and futurist Daniel Jeffries.
“We need to stop throwing the damn baby out with the bathwater, and assume that decentralized everything just works because it’s decentralized.”
“These things that we have now, they are still in their earliest phase. We barely understand them. They are going to evolve into something so mind boggling different from what we have today.”
“We have to look to each structure, and abstract out the things that work and create new mitigation systems that solve the problems of the existing ones, and when we make the next iteration we stand on the shoulders of giants.” — Daniel Jeffries
|Dec 07, 2018|
The VC Approach In Today's Tech Markets with Steve Schlafman
Episode 13: An interview with venture capitalist Steve Schlafman from Primary Ventures.
“For me I always ask myself is this an entrepreneur who that is special, talented, tenacious, and on a mission.”
“Is this someone who can go and tell a great story, inspire potential employees, investors, partners. Is this someone who people are going to gravitate towards? In a competitive hiring environment, are they going to be able to build a World class team?”
“I don’t need to see a huge amount of traction. I need to answer the question: Is there enough evidence or an unique insight that people want the product or service. I love founders that are incredibly focused on the customer. Is this someone who is just incredibly focused, and obsessed with the customer and solving their problem?”
“Is this team on a journey that is important, bold, difficult, and inspiring? In someways does it make me uncomfortable because it is hard?”— Steve Schlafman
|Dec 03, 2018|
University of Boulder Live Edition: Linh & David Smooke Speak at Disruptive Entrepreneurship Class
Hacker Noon CEO David Smooke & COO Linh Dao Smooke recently spoke at University of Colorado Boulder's Disruptive Entrepreneurship class taught by Professor & Hacker Noon contributing writer Nathan Schneider. Learn more about Hacker Noon's equity crowdfunding campaign.
Learn more about Hacker Noon's equity crowdfunding campaign.
|Nov 28, 2018|
Building an Effective Crypto Product with Miles Paschini from B21
Episode 12: An interview with entrepreneur Miles Paschini from B21.
“In bear markets the good people go build products, and in the bull markets people speculate.”
“Once you get to critical mass, theres a lot of friction that exists between the existing banking World, and the emerging crypto payments World.”
“We’re all in, we believe that blockchain is the future. We believe that investing in the alternative asset class of crypto should be a part of people’s future portfolios. We need to get to a point as an industry where we can point to things and say, ‘hey this is a productized example where the blockchain is better’ and it is being used at scale. But, remember you’re building a community.” — Miles Paschini
|Nov 20, 2018|
The Elusive Black Swan with David Kadavy
Episode 11: An interview with creative entrepreneur, best selling author, and podcaster David Kadavy.
“I had an event where my e-mail list went from 5,000 to 30,000 within a couple weeks. All these events, they kind of happened, and I did things to make them happen, but I couldn’t have predicted that they were going to happen. So I wondered to myself, how can you make black swans happen?”
“They suffer from interacting with an issue I call irrational rationality. Which is the treating of absence of evidence as evidence of absence.”
“It always really turned me off, the whole A/B testing obsession that there was in Silicon Valley… Well yeah, if you can use machine learning to do that, that’s even more reasons for you to try and ignore those activities. Then look for the activities that are low investment, but uncertain in outcome. That uncertain outcome may be a very positive outcome.” — David Kadavy
|Nov 16, 2018|
Health Hacks with Casey Fenton of UpStock and CouchSurfing
Episode 10: Part 2 of an interview with Casey Fenton, CEO and Founder of UpStock (http://upstock.io), and Co-Founder of CouchSurfing (http://couchsurfing.org). Listen to Episode 9 for part 1 of this interview on Ego Hacking.
In this episode Trent and Casey discuss health hacks, how to live longer, and how to improve your overall health with simple tips and tricks.
"If you can get someone in your life who loves you, to help you hack yourself… to get you to think 'I care about my health, I care about my health, I want to live a healthy way for a long time.' Get someone to help you get that kernel, that little nugget that is health hacking, and that will grow."
"You will start to see all little things in your environment, all over the place, that corroborate and bolster of this identity that 'I care about my health, and I love myself,' and all that good stuff."- Casey Fenton
|Nov 09, 2018|
Hacking The Ego with Casey Fenton of UpStock and CouchSurfing
Episode 9: In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Casey Fenton, CEO and Founder of UpStock (http://upstock.io), and Co-Founder of CouchSurfing (http://couchsurfing.org), who is working on a new book on ego hacking.
In this episode Trent and Casey discuss some of the techniques Casey has been researching and presenting that are going to be included in his new book which he's still working on.
"It is so important to think about how we become our identity. We have to be very careful with how we are programmed. What is in our identity? What does that cause? We automatically find more of it, whatever it is. A lot of the time the authentic self is intuitively what I feel in my heart and soul, but maybe that authentic self was programmed by society, maybe that was no programmed by you. Maybe that authentic self means self author."
"It is interesting, is the ego, is the identity, are the things inside me, are they self authored? Or are they authored by others? We want to rationalize who we are, we want to feel good. We want to say, 'oh well I made all that stuff,' but did we?" -Casey Fenton
Check out part two of this interview: Health Hacks with Casey Fenton
|Nov 09, 2018|
Ending The Crypto Winter with Garry Tan and Brett Gibson of Initialized Capital
Episode 8: In this episode we sit down with Garry Tan and Brett Gibson of Initialized Capital and discuss emerging technologies such as cryptocurrency, blockchain, and what sets them apart from other venture capital firms.
"People are conditioned for 200 milliseconds at this point. Even waiting 5-seconds for a little spinner is not going to cut it."- Garry Tan
"Privacy is going to be a big deal for the blockchain and crypto technologies." - Brett Gibson
"It really is about those users, and what's their experience. We want to help other fellow hackers who are builders." - Garry Tan
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|Nov 01, 2018|
Crypto Unchained with Ralph Liu
Episode 7: An interview with Ralph Liu, CEO and Founder of MuleChain.com. In this episode we discuss blockchain, supply chain management, logistics, and the delivery industry.
|Oct 18, 2018|
Technology and the Quantum Carrot with Natalie Fratto
Episode 6: An interview with Natalie Fratto, VP at Silicon Valley Bank. In this episode we discuss everything from quantum computing, artificial intelligence, to adaptability.
|Oct 18, 2018|
Health Insurance and Blockchain with Nick Soman
Episode 5: An interview with Nick Soman, CEO of Decent.com, on how to fix the healthcare industry using blockchain technology.
|Oct 18, 2018|
Product Iteration with Hacker Noon Interim CTO Dane Lyons
On this special edition episode, Hacker Noon Founder & CEO David Smooke guest hosts to discuss the process of making great products with newly hired interim CTO Dane Lyons. Dane is the founder of v1labs & Knowtify, and he is one of the best product minds around.
"To build a good product, you've got to embrace change," says Dane Lyons. "When you have a product and you change something about the product, there's really only three outcomes. It's going to get better, it's going to get worse, or it's going to stay the same. "
|Oct 16, 2018|
Decentralizing the Cloud with Greg Osuri
Episode 4: An interview with Greg Osuri founder of http://Akash.network and Overclock Labs. In this episode we discuss DevOps, and what it takes to scale and run a decentralized infrastructure network.
|Oct 11, 2018|
The Truth About Crypto PR with Kelley Weaver
Episode 3: An interview with Kelley Weaver, CEO of https://www.melrosepr.com/. In this episode we discuss cryptocurrency, blockchain, marketing, PR techniques, and life hacks.
|Oct 11, 2018|
The Maturing Crypto Market with Grace Rachmany
On the second episode of the Hacker Noon Podcast, hosted by Trent Lapinski, Trent talked to Grace Rachmany, author of “So You’ve Got A DAO… Management for the 21st Century” and founder of IWriteICOWhitepapers.
In this episode Trent and Grace discuss the current state of the crypto market, the maturation of ICOs, decentralized autonomous organizations, and what it takes to be a leader in the 21st century.
|Oct 03, 2018|
Starting up with Hiten Shah of CrazyEgg and KISSmetrics
On the first episode of the Hacker Noon Podcast, hosted by Trent Lapinski, Trent talked to Hiten Shah, a serial entrepreneur known for founding CrazyEgg, and KISSmetricswith Neil Patel. Hiten is currently working on Product Habits, as well as his latest startup FYI.
In this episode Trent and Hiten discuss starting startups, marketing, what it takes to run a business, and Hiten’s favorite life hack.
|Oct 03, 2018|
Welcome to the Hacker Noon Podcast! [Video]
Video of David Smooke, CEO and founder of Hacker Noon, introduces Trent Lapinski the new host for the Hacker Noon Podcast.
|Sep 13, 2018|