Product People

Product People
A podcast focused on great products and the people who make them.

EP101 – Scott Young: teach yourself how to program, finally!
Aug 6 • 87 min
How to master a new skill (even if you think you’re too old to try)
EP100 – James Clear: improving your life in 2019 with Atomic Habits
Jan 24 • 62 min
“Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become.”
EP99 – Ben Orenstein’s new startup is focused on pair programming
Jan 2 • 67 min
Ben is the co-founder of and is running a new course called Habits for Hackers.
EP98 – The hard truth about bootstrapping startups (Part 2 with Jason Cohen)
Dec 17, 2018 • 70 min
Jason Cohen asks Justin Jackson hard questions about his startup, and what it’s going to take to go full-time.
EP97 – Can you bootstrap a company on the side? (Part 1 with Jason Cohen)
Dec 14, 2018 • 32 min
Justin Jackson interviews Jason Cohen from WPengine about bootstrapping, and what it really takes to grow a company.
EP96 – My secret phone call with Hamish
Nov 23, 2018 • 57 min
After a live event, Hamish and I talked offline about the realities of being a maker in tech.
EP95 – “Programming’s gateway drug” with Samantha Geitz
Nov 5, 2018 • 67 min
Should you double down on your strengths, or learn something new?
EP94 – Does the old SaaS playbook still work in 2018?
Jun 11, 2018 • 56 min
Ben Orenstein, Derrick Reimer, and Justin Jackson are all building a new product. What still works?
EP93 – SaaS pricing with Patrick Campbell
Jun 1, 2018 • 57 min
You need to price your software on two pillars: who you’re selling to, and your value metric.
EP92 – 2018 MicroConf guide with Mike Taber
Mar 15, 2018 • 49 min
Are you coming to MicroConf in Las Vegas this year?
EP91 – Josh Nielsen from Zencastr: software for podcasters
Jan 6, 2018 • 57 min
Josh started out trying to build a “GitHub for music.” When that idea didn’t pan out, he still wanted to do something with Web Audio and WebRTC. So he started building Zencastr, which gives podcasters the ability to record “double-ender” interviews in the…
EP90 – “Give yourself time.” Building a profitable business on the Shopify apps platform
Nov 18, 2017 • 48 min
6 years ago, Bjorn Forsberg built an app called OrderlyPrint for Shopify. His goal was to increase his freedom, and to spend more time with his family. Was able to achieve it? (This is the 5th case study in the Mega Profitable series)
EP89 – “We never wanted to fire anyone,” Natalie Nagele on Wildbit’s journey
Oct 27, 2017 • 54 min
Back in the early 2000s, Wildbit was an agency building Flash websites for Philly nightclubs. Then, in 2007, they launched their first product, Beanstalk. Two years later, they quit doing consulting. Natalie Nagele takes us through their story!
EP88 – Pippin Williamson from beer money to over $1 million in revenue with WordPress plugins
Oct 21, 2017 • 47 min
Pippin Williamson started out like a lot of us do: building websites for whoever would pay him. He decided to try selling one of his WordPress plugins. Now, Pippin’s Plugins earns over $1 million in revenue a year. This Mega Profitable series aims to help…
EP87 – How Nick Disabato built a profitable productized service
Oct 3, 2017 • 54 min
It’s time for another Mega Profitable interview! This series aims to help founders, like you, get profitable. Learn how Nick went from having $21 in the bank (in his first year) to creating a solid, profitable solo-founder business.
EP86 – Mega profitable with Brennan Dunn
Sep 20, 2017 • 54 min
Introducing a new series: Mega Profitable. What’s the difference between a founder who is mega profitable, and a product person who’s just making a living? Brennan Dunn joins me to talk about his journey.
EP85 – Facing your launch fears with Mike Taber of
Aug 11, 2017 • 44 min
You’ll recognize Mike from Startups for the Rest of Us and the MicroConf conference. He’s launching a new product called Bluetick. We talked about the pressure we put on ourselves to succeed, setting the ego aside, and growing a SaaS.
EP84 – Contrarian bootstrapper Ian Landsman
May 15, 2017 • 84 min
“Charge more!” “Use content marketing!” “Start with an ebook!” There’s a lot of folklore in the startup and bootstrapping community. Do they all stand up to scrutiny? This is my interview with long-time SaaS entrepreneur, Ian Landsman.
EP83: Laura Elizabeth – unmistakable product validation
Apr 8, 2017 • 44 min
How do you find product ideas that resonate? Hear how Laura knew there was demand for her project, Client Portal. (This is my special MicroConf 2017 episode!)
EP82: Adam Wathan is back with a new launch story
Dec 23, 2016 • 59 min
When we last chatted with Adam he’d just written his first book, which did really well. His next project is a course called Test Driven Laravel. You won’t believe his launch results! Happy holidays everyone!
EP81: Behind Adam Wathan’s $100k book launch
Nov 1, 2016 • 66 min
Adam Wathan has always been passionate about learning new things, and sharing what he’s learned with the world. Then he discovered that he could earn an independent living doing it.
EP80: Are we at peak SaaS?
Aug 12, 2016 • 23 min
Should you start a SaaS company in 2016? Does it still make sense to run a SaaS as a solopreneur? (Originally posted on the MegaMaker podcast)
EP79: Josh Pigford - “We’re all winging it”
Jun 21, 2016 • 61 min
Josh is the founder of Baremetrics. He talks about the pros and cons of running a transparent startup, dealing with scrutiny, and his life as an entrepreneur.
EP78: Nathan Barry - cash flow therapy (Part 2)
Apr 6, 2016 • 31 min
This is part 2 of my conversation with Nathan Barry. In the past four months, he’s taken his burgeoning SaaS company (ConvertKit) from $1 million in annual recurring revenue to $2 million. That sounds exciting, but it wasn’t easy getting there. In this…
EP77 - Nathan Barry – Three years in the desert (Part 1)
Apr 1, 2016 • 34 min
The last time I talked to Nathan, his web app (ConvertKit) had just hit $5,000 in MRR. In this two part series, Nathan describes how they grew that to $182,000 in monthly recurring revenue.
EP76: Tom & Dan get physical with Studio Neat
Feb 9, 2016 • 40 min
Tom and Dan had one of the most successful Kickstarters of 2010 when they released the Glif. But was that enough to launch full-time careers as product makers?
EP75: Jason Zook on why he’s selling his future
Sep 24, 2015 • 42 min
Jason Zook has a different perspective on life and business. He’s not afraid to try weird and crazy business ideas. In 2008 he started a business called I Wear Your Shirt. Over 5 years he earned over $1 million in revenue from wearing over 1,600 sponsored…
EP74: Tracy Osborn – launching a Kickstarter, a book, a SaaS!
Sep 21, 2015 • 47 min
If you want to launch your own Kickstarter, write your own book, or build your own web application you’re going to love this episode. Tracy Osborn is a serious bad-ass who’s done all three!
EP73: Justin Jackson – “How I got into products”
Jun 26, 2015 • 43 min
Chris Hawkins (from Chasing Product) takes over interviewing and asks Justin the questions.
EP72: Nathan Barry – “The hardest thing I’ve ever done is SaaS”
May 4, 2015 • 55 min
After having great success with books and courses, Nathan Barry has shifted his attention to his SaaS: a web application called ConvertKit.
EP71: Des Traynor on the forgotten job of every SaaS product
Dec 11, 2014 • 45 min
Des Traynor is one of my favorite writers and speakers on the topic of SaaS businesses, and jobs-to-be-done.
EP70: Samuel Hulick talks about building Useronboard
Nov 6, 2014 • 67 min
Samuel has become the internet’s authority on user onboarding. In this personal and open interview, Samuel talks about how he was able to discover his niche, build an audience, and launch his first product. He also talks about what to do after a…
EP69: Nir Eyal on how to build habit forming products
Oct 31, 2014 • 51 min
In June of 2013, I was introduced to Nir Eyal through Ryan Hoover. Nir had been blogging a lot about psychology and analyzing what makes a highly engaging product.
EP68: Brian Casel on productized services
Oct 23, 2014 • 55 min
Brian Casel is a bootstrapper with a lot of projects: he has a podcast, a hosting platform called Restaurant Engine, and a new course called Productize.
EP67: Mike Rohde is building a sketchnote army
Oct 2, 2014 • 37 min
Mike Rohde is a designer and an author, but he’s probably best known for illustrating the 37signals books. Mike is now building his own products: The Sketchnote Handbook, and the Sketchnote Workbook.
EP66: Marc-André Cournoyer on making the leap
Sep 4, 2014 • 39 min
Marc-André Cournoyer is a passionate coder and product person from Montreal, Quebec. If you’re a developer, engineer, or technical person looking to make the jump to building products, you’re going to love this one.
EP65: Andreea and building Startup Kit
Aug 28, 2014 • 26 min
Andreea Mihalcea is a dynamic young founder from Romania. Her and her team are building a new product called Startup Kit. I loved her insights into how and why people buy software products.
EP64: Jarrod Drysdale on bootstrapping design
Aug 21, 2014 • 42 min
First, you need to know that Jarrod Drysdale is a good dude. He’s also the author of Bootstrapping Design, and the creator of He’s smart, and humble, and talented and he has tons of great things to say about building products, succeeding and…
EP63: Sacha Greif – how things get popular
Aug 14, 2014 • 35 min
Sacha Greif joined me again for a chat on how he marketed Discover Meteor, and why certain blog posts get popular.
EP62: Paul Jarvis is always hungry
Aug 7, 2014 • 38 min
I freakin’ love Paul Jarvis. He’s creative, he’s unique, and he’s Canadian.
EP61: Nate Kontny says “Solve your own problems!”
Jul 24, 2014 • 43 min
Today’s interview is with one of my favourite people on the internet: Nate Kontny. He’s the solo-founder of Draft, a web application that helps you improve your writing through collaboration.
EP60: Hear how Ryan Hoover built Product Hunt in 4 days
Jul 17, 2014 • 41 min
This week’s guest is Ryan Hoover. We’ve been online friends for a few years now. Back in 2013, Ryan invited me to join a new site he’d created called ProductHunt.
EP59: Dan Norris and the 7 day startup
Jul 10, 2014 • 37 min
Dan Norris is the co-founder of WP Curve, and the author of The 7 Day Startup. He gave himself 1 year to build a profitable product.
EP58: Garrett Dimon – SaaS isn’t all rainbows and unicorns
Jul 3, 2014 • 40 min
Garrett Dimon is the founder of Sifter and author of Starting + Sustaining. We talked about finding an idea, validating an idea, and building your product.
EP57: Brennan Dunn talks about the marketing machine
Jun 27, 2014 • 39 min
Brennan Dunn is the go-to guy to talk about marketing automation. He’s build a SaaS, called Planscope, but these days he recommends first-time entrepreneurs build something smaller (like an eBook, or a webinar).
EP56: Sean Fioritto on succeeding after failing
Jun 19, 2014 • 37 min
I like Sean a lot. He’s from Chicago, and he struggled for years trying to build products. Then he wrote this book, and it took off. You’ll hear his story, and how he succeeded after lots of failures.
EP55: Patio11 on promoting your product
Apr 11, 2014 • 56 min
This week you’ll hear from Patrick Mackenzie (Patio11 on the internet), an influential member of the self-funded, bootstrapping community, as well as a high profile member of Hacker News. Patrick is a great guest: he’s a great storyteller, and is always…
EP54: DHH on why 37signals is becoming Basecamp
Mar 17, 2014 • 48 min
David Heinemeier Hansson started working with Jason Fried at 37signals about 14-15 years ago. 10 years ago, they created Basecamp, their first SaaS product. This past week they decided to stop using the 37signals brand, and sell off (or stop developing)…
EP53: Alex Hillman is the king of JFDI
Feb 21, 2014 • 59 min
Alex Hillman is many things: first, he’s the king of JFDI (he even has the tattoo to prove it). Second: he’s the founder of IndyHall, a co-working space in Philadelphia. Third: he’s Amy Hoy’s partner in 30×500. And fourth: he’s just recently launched his…
EP52: Amy Hoy – “Why it’s not about you”
Feb 7, 2014 • 57 min
Amy Hoy is known for her unfiltered, straight-shooting opinions on building product businesses. Her and her husband Thomas Fuchs have built Freckle, an awesome time-tracking web app - and have become well known in the bootstrapping, design, and Ruby on…
EP51: Surprise! Brand new episode with Nathan Barry
Dec 31, 2013 • 31 min
This my conversation with Nathan Barry. Lots of great stuff: specifically for building an email list.
EP50: Jakub Linowski of
Oct 30, 2013 • 31 min
Jakub Linowski is a Toronto (Canada) based interface designer. He surprised everybody this year (including himself) by releasing a viral hit called In this interview we go behind the scenes, and try to unpack that success. There’s lots of good…
EP49: No more excuses with Ruben Gamez (part 2)
Oct 23, 2013 • 30 min
If you’ve been making excuses as to why you can’t build your product, bootstrap your own business, or hire someone on oDesk? Well you need to listen to this episode because Ruben Gamez here to destroy all those objections. This is part 2 of our…
EP48: Ruben Gamez thinks about business differently (part 1)
Oct 16, 2013 • 27 min
Ruben Gamez is one of the most thoughtful and wise entrepreneurs I’ve met. He has some great advice on outsourcing, staying focused, getting work done, and building a profitable business that’s not based on your personality. Sponsors This show wouldn’t be…
EP47: Meat and potatoes with Chase Reeves (part 2)
Oct 9, 2013 • 38 min
This week I get into the meat and potatoes with Chase Reeves. This is part 2 of our discussion. This week we talk about that struggle of building products, especially when you’re just starting out, and trying to figure out which direction to go in.…
EP46: Chase Reeves has important things to discuss
Oct 2, 2013 • 40 min
This week, I’m joined by a man. A man named Chase Reeves. We’re going to talk about the business they’re building over there at Chase and I both like to talk, so this is a two-parter! This is part 1. Sponsors This show wouldn’t be possible…
EP45: Goals with Patio11, DHH, Derek Sivers, Spencer Fry, Dan Norris, John Saddington, Chris Enns, Tim Smith, Adam Clark
Sep 25, 2013 • 23 min
Chris Enns, Tim Smith, and Adam Clark have a great podcast called the Intellectual Radio Program. I was recently listening to episode 8 on And right near the end, Chris has this beautifully honest moment, where he describes the frustration I…
EP44: DHH at 200 miles per hour (part 2)
Sep 18, 2013 • 24 min
In our last episode we talked about how David started working as a contractor for 37signals making $15 an hour. He eventually worked his way up, and became an owner in the company (along with Jason Fried). In this episode we talk about he and Jason work…
EP43: DHH, a personal interview (part 1)
Sep 11, 2013 • 29 min
David Heinemeier Hansson started working with Jason Fried as a contract worker from Denmark. How did he eventually become a partner at 37signals? I’ve kept in touch with David over the years, and we’d planned on doing an interview for awhile now. It…
EP42: Is self-publishing getting saturated? Nathan Barry, Sacha Greif, Paul Jarvis
Sep 4, 2013 • 47 min
Paul Jarvis ( Everything I Know), Sacha Greif ( Discover Meteor), and Nathan Barry ( Authority) invited me to host a Self-Publishing Hangout with them this week. It was a great opportunity for me, because I’m about to publish my first “book” (…
EP41: Sacha Greif, Nathan Barry, Paul Jarvis, and Justin Jackson on self-publishing
Aug 28, 2013 • 36 min
Paul Jarvis ( Everything I Know), Sacha Greif ( Discover Meteor), and Nathan Barry ( Authority) invited me to host a Self-Publishing Hangout with them this week. It was a great opportunity for me, because I’m about to publish my first “book” (…
EP40: Allan Branch on leaving LessConf to focus on his product
Aug 21, 2013 • 39 min
If you’ve dreamed about building your own product, you’re in the right place. This week the hilarious, talented, and honest Allan Branch joins us to talk about why he’s leaving LessConf behind to focus on LessAccounting. Sponsors This show wouldn’t be…
EP39: Spencer Fry part 2
Aug 14, 2013 • 33 min
Spencer Fry built his first product when he was 19, and now’s building a new product called Uncover. It’s a big risk: it’s an HR product, which is a difficult vertical. Listen to hear how he plans to succeed.
EP38: If Spencer Fry could go back in time…
Aug 7, 2013 • 39 min
What were you doing when you were 19? Spencer Fry built his first online product.
EP37: Dan Norris gets the Claff
Jul 31, 2013 • 36 min
Imagine building a product for a whole year, and then deciding to try something new on a whim. You build it in a weekend, and in 4 days you already have your first paying customer.
EP36: Dan Norris gave himself 1 year to build a profitable product
Jul 24, 2013 • 40 min
Imagine this: you sell your web consultancy, and give yourself 1 year to build a product. You decide to do everything by the book: you’re going to validate the idea, and use the lean startup methodology to build it.
EP35: Noel Tock on building products on WordPress
Jul 17, 2013 • 27 min
This is part 2 of our interview with Noel Tock. He built a SaaS app on top of WordPress. In part 1 we talked about the thinking behind that, in part 2 we talk about the lessons he’s learned along the way.
EP34: Building your app on top of WordPress with Noel Tock
Jul 10, 2013 • 24 min
If liked our episodes on using WordPress to build your web app’s MVP, you’re going to love this interview with Noel Tock, of
EP33: Jason Calacanis of talks about bootstrapping vs funding
Jul 3, 2013 • 25 min
It’s part 2 with Jason Calacanis! In this episode we explore the question every product person needs to answer: should I bootstrap, or should I get investors?
EP32: Jason Calacanis at 300 BAUD
Jun 26, 2013 • 33 min
Normally we cover bootstrapped products: people who are self-funding the stuff they build. We do this because I’m naturally drawn to bootstrapped companies. For this episode I wanted to go into “enemy” territory: I wanted to talk to the VC community. To…
EP31: Dan Martell gives us some Clarity
Jun 19, 2013 • 39 min
Dan Martell discovered computers in rehab. After he overcame his problems with drugs, he taught himself to program. From there, he started building businesses. Eventually, he travelled to San Francisco to learn everything he could from the startup scene.…
EP30: Dan Martell’s story – from rehab to San Francisco
Jun 12, 2013 • 42 min
Dan Martell discovered computers in rehab. After he overcame his problems with drugs, he taught himself to program. From there, he started building businesses. Eventually, he travelled to San Francisco to learn everything he could from the startup scene.…
EP29: Cease and desist with Cody Brown
Jun 5, 2013 • 31 min
Imagine this: you build a product that you’re passionate about. To demonstrate it’s capabilities, you create a demo that attracts the attention of the New York Times legal department; who promptly send you a cease and desist letter. That’s exactly what…
EP28: Draw your own video games
May 29, 2013 • 28 min
Hey, let me ask you a question: when you were a kid, after a game of Mario Brothers, did you ever take out a pencil and paper and try to draw your own video game levels? The idea of creating video games from a kid’s imagination is something that today’s…
EP27: Does Amy Hoy get scared? (part 2)
May 22, 2013 • 50 min
In this episode of Product People: does Amy Hoy still get scared before a launch? How do you choose an audience? And she answers some listener questions.
EP26: Amy Hoy sells her My Little Ponies
May 15, 2013 • 51 min
Amy Hoy gives a personal interview on her growing up in suburban Maryland, programming on an Apple IIc, selling her My Little Ponies to buy a Power Mac, and how she ended up building her first products.
EP25: Hiten Shah “Make your idea a reality” (part 2)
May 8, 2013 • 37 min
Hey Product People! What’s your process for finding an idea that people love? How do you take your initial hunch for an idea, and make it a reality? What is a funnel? Hiten Shah from Kissmetrics is back to answer these questions and more!
EP24: Hiten Shah – “Make things that people love”
May 1, 2013 • 38 min
Can you build a healthy software business when you don’t know how to code? Hiten Shah is on the show today. He and his co-founder Neil Patel, have built two successful SaaS apps: CrazyEgg, and Kissmetrics. Today you’ll hear Hiten’s secret to being a…
EP23: Paul Farnell, how does growth happen with a SaaS startup?
Apr 24, 2013 • 35 min
On the show today is one of the best bootstrappers in the business: Paul Farnell of joins me and shares some great stories.
EP22: Paul Farnell of Litmus on building a startup in a college dorm (part 1)
Apr 17, 2013 • 46 min
On the show today is one of the best bootstrappers in the business: Paul Farnell of joins me and shares some great stories.
EP21: John Saddington on deadlines, partners, ugly babies and warning bells (part 2)
Apr 10, 2013 • 43 min
This week we have part 2 of our interview with John Saddington that literally sent warning bells blaring through the 8Bit office. We also hear about his new Kickstarter campaign: Pressgram (an iOS app that allows you to take filtered photos, and publish…
EP20: John Saddington of 8Bit on his adventure as an entrepreneur
Apr 3, 2013 • 30 min
Before this interview we thought John Saddington was a guy that built WordPress products with his team at 8Bit (we were also intrigued by his new Kickstarter campaign: Pressgram). What we didn’t realize is that John, at a young age, had worked his way up…
EP19: Jason Evanish shares his process for understanding customers
Mar 27, 2013 • 30 min
Jason Evanish has made a name for himself as a customer-focused entrepreneur. He caught the eye of Hiten Shah, the founder of KISSmetrics. Hiten asked Jason to leave Boston, and move to the Valley to become KISSmetric’s Product Manager. Since then, he’s…
EP18: Jason Evanish moves to San Francisco
Mar 20, 2013 • 36 min
While in Boston, Jason Evanish made a name for himself as a customer-focused entrepreneur. He caught the eye of Hiten Shah, the founder of KISSmetrics. Hiten asked Jason to leave Boston, and move to the Valley to become KISSmetric’s Product Manager. Since…
EP17: Nathan Barry shows you how to write, price and sell your ebook (part 2)
Mar 13, 2013 • 40 min
Nathan Barry has released two really successful ebooks, and a new web app called ConvertKit. If you’ve ever wanted to write your own ebook, but couldn’t get started, this interview is sure to inspire you to create and launch your own stuff.
EP16: Nathan Barry’s story; building iPad apps, ebooks and web apps (part 1)
Mar 6, 2013 • 40 min
Nathan Barry is an amazing individual: when you spend time with him you can’t help but be inspired to create and launch your own stuff. As a young man he’s had tremendous success is releasing his own products: an iPad app called One Voice, two really…
EP15: Jason Fried on making money, internet fame, and the new Basecamp
Feb 27, 2013 • 36 min
This week we have Jason Fried of 37signals on the program. We discuss how he made thousands of dollars in high school, why he chose DHH as a partner, what it’s like to be “internet famous”, and the thinking behind the new Basecamp, Basecamp Breeze and…
EP14: Kyle Fox on launching, metrics, and lessons learned (part 2)
Feb 20, 2013 • 42 min
Kyle Fox is back for another episode: this time he talks with Justin about the power of design, how big their launch mailing list was, and why it’s important to track your metrics from the beginning. How should you run your beta program? Should you give…
EP13: Kyle Fox on building his own SaaS app
Feb 13, 2013 • 40 min
Kyle Fox is a real Renaissance man. Besides co-hosting this podcast, and working as a Product Manager at Granify, he also runs his own SaaS app on the side: FotoJournal. FotoJournal allows photographers to create a professional looking photo blog. If…
EP12: Brennan Dunn on startup launch tactics (part 2)
Feb 6, 2013 • 44 min
Learn Brennan’s trick for identifying a good market: “find a community, and just keep adding value.” Whether that’s a forum response, blog post, info-product, or SaaS app, learn how choosing an audience and sticking with them can pay off.
EP11: Brennan Dunn on building his startup, Planscope
Jan 30, 2013 • 35 min
How do you make a name for yourself, and your product? That’s the question we posed to Brennan Dunn. It seemed like almost overnight he was everywhere: blog posts on Hacker News, popping up in my Twitter stream, and promoting a new product for consultants…
EP10: Rob Walling – outsource on oDesk, find your idea, market your product (part 2)
Jan 23, 2013 • 36 min
Have you ever wondered how much personal brand affects software sales? Check out this is great episode with Rob Walling. In our interview he reveals a ton of tactics for outsourcing your development on oDesk, finding a good idea for your business, and…
EP09: Rob Walling – Get off the hamster wheel, build your own products!
Jan 16, 2013 • 35 min
Rob Walling is the man behind products like HitTail, DotNetInvoice, and Drip. But he also helped start a movement of micropreneurs: solo-founders, who launch their own products. These small startups don’t take venture funding and don’t hire employees. In…
EP08: Sacha Greif on choosing a co-founder and building MVP
Jan 9, 2013 • 40 min
This is part 2 of our interview with Sacha Greif. In this episode we talked with him about how to find a partner, and the pain involved in building up a product income. Sacha is a designer and coder from Paris, France, but he’s now living in Osaka, Japan.…
EP07: Creating info-products with Sacha Greif (part 1)
Jan 2, 2013 • 38 min
What are some good strategies for creating, pricing and selling an ebook? In Part 1 of our interview with Sacha we discuss what he learned launching his first book, and what he plans on doing next time. We also take a look at Meteor, “an open-source…
EP06: Patio11 on building products that make money (part 2)
Dec 26, 2012 • 45 min
Want to build a software product that actually earns income? In this (Part 2) episode Patrick McKenzie (Patio11) shares specific tactics for researching a market and finding a problem to solve.
EP05: How Patio11 built a product business (part 1)
Dec 18, 2012 • 31 min
Part 1 of our interview with Patio11 (Patrick McKenzie) where you’ll hear how he actually learned to program with graph paper, and how he built his first product business with $60.
EP04: MVP apps with WordPress (Part 2)
Dec 12, 2012 • 35 min
Are you a developer who wants to cut down the amount of time it takes to build a prototype? Are you a product person who can’t code? Do you have a product idea that you want to validate quickly? This is Part 2 of our interview with Daelan Wood on building…
EP03: Building MVP apps with Wordpress (Part 1)
Dec 5, 2012 • 34 min
Are you a developer who wants to cut down the amount of time it takes to build a prototype? Are you a product person who can’t code? Do you have a product idea that you want to validate quickly? If any of those describe you, you’re going to love this…
EP02: Who should you build products with?
Nov 17, 2012 • 40 min
In this week’s call Kyle and Justin talk about people: specifically, the people you choose to build a product with.
EP01: Our first phone call
Oct 15, 2012 • 29 min
This isn’t a podcast, it’s our first Skype call! As a result, it’s definitely a bit rough, but we think it will give you a good idea of who we are, and what a podcast with us might be like. We covered two questions: 1) What were some of the first digital…