No-Code World Radio

No-Code World Radio

Alex

Alex

In this podcast, Alex travels around the world to meet in-person, the most interesting people in the no-code space.

#0: In Paris, this podcast begins
July 28, 202100:09:338.85 MB

#0: In Paris, this podcast begins

In this episode, I tell you everything about this podcast and what I aim to do with it. Resources : Follow me on Twitter : https://twitter.com/alexkovax The French No-Code Community : http://nocode-france.fr/ My company's website : http://contournement.io/ My online travel magazine (not updated) : https://www.hejorama.com/

#1: In Ghent, Marie and Filip tell me everything about tally.so
August 03, 2021x
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00:57:1452.98 MB

#1: In Ghent, Marie and Filip tell me everything about tally.so

The first interview of my trip across Belgium, Netherlands and Germany is in Ghent. I headed there to meet with Marie Martens and Filip Minev to know more about Tally.so a no-code form builder that I really like. We talked about their careers before doing Tally, their vision of no-code, the challenges of building a tool like Tally and of course de ...

#2: In Leiden, I talk about the no-code agency business with Vincent from Tinkso (ex. Ideable)
August 03, 2021x
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01:07:3762.59 MB

#2: In Leiden, I talk about the no-code agency business with Vincent from Tinkso (ex. Ideable)

After Ghent, I stayed for a few days in Amsterdam. From there I did a quick day trip to Leiden, a student city closer to The Hague. I went to meet with Vincent Krouwels, co-founder of the no-code agency Tinkso, to talk about the agency business and especially with Bubble that they really master. Of course, I ask him also about his journey to no-cod...

#3: In Cologne, I meet with Lilith to know more about VisualMakers
August 03, 2021x
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00:56:0751.94 MB

#3: In Cologne, I meet with Lilith to know more about VisualMakers

I finally arrive in Germany, a country comparable to France in size so I'm quite curious to see what is the local no-code scene like. On Twitter, several people pointed me towards VisualMakers.de, a company run by Lilith Brockhaus and Alexander Sprogis. I decided to head first to Cologne where Lilith is currently living so that she can tell everyth...

#4: In Hamburg, Alex tells me how he went from programmer to no-coder
August 03, 2021x
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00:52:2848.56 MB

#4: In Hamburg, Alex tells me how he went from programmer to no-coder

Hamburg is the next stop of the trip and there I'm meeting with Alex Sprogis, the second half of VisualMakers. We had a long conversation about how we went from coding to no-coding. He shares with us also the beginnings of VisualMakers and his vision for no-code. Resources : Alex on Twitter : https://twitter.com/AlexSprogis Alex on Linkedin : http...

#5: In Berlin, Jan tells me the story of the automation tool n8n that he created
August 03, 2021x
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00:57:4353.42 MB

#5: In Berlin, Jan tells me the story of the automation tool n8n that he created

I'm finally in Berlin and there are many interesting to meet here! I started Jan Oberhauser who created the no-code automation software n8n. A very promising no-code tool that is also open source, which is very rare in our space, unfortunately. So we definitely talked more about that, how Jan started n8n and why. He also shares with me some insight...

#6: In Berlin, Chris tells me about the Berlin no-code scene and his plans for it
August 03, 2021x
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00:40:1437.23 MB

#6: In Berlin, Chris tells me about the Berlin no-code scene and his plans for it

For my second episode in Berlin, I met with Chris Strobl who started the website No-Code Germany. But as you will see in the episode, he's done many things before that and now has some serious plans for no-code in Germany. He also told be a lot about the tech scene in Berlin and why it's such an interesting city to start companies right now. Resour...

#7: In Berlin, I meet with Kash to talk about the travel blogging industry
August 03, 2021x
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00:41:5338.77 MB

#7: In Berlin, I meet with Kash to talk about the travel blogging industry

For this last episode of the first season of the podcast, I decided to do something a bit different and evade the no-code space. So I called my old travel blogger friend, Kash Bhattacharya to catch up on his industry. I was curious for him to tell me more about the blogger/influencer business and see if there were any common points with the no-code...