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June 15, 2020  

How to Build a Tech Podcast and Engage the Community by Jennifer Hooper, Producer at Code[ish] by Heroku

Jennifer Hooper, the Producer at Code[ish] and Senior Director, Technical Product Marketing, Content, and Brand at Heroku, joins Utsav Jaiswal to share her insights to building a tech podcast. Code[ish] focuses on code, technology and the life of the developer. 

They talk about the place for growth-hacks in technology podcasts, how to add value to the listeners', and the importance of naming your podcast in an SEO-friendly manner. Jennifer, shares her process of sticking to schedules despite millions of moving pieces involved, the challenges of recording from remote locations, and the role of the community in podcasting.

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May 28, 2020  

Trump vs. The Internet

What just happened to the internet!? Did our President just sign an executive order that forces social media platforms to be his personal mega phone? Hacker Noon CPO Dane Lyons and CEO David Smooke discuss the possible implications on 45's attempt to change internet law. Some sources discussed in this episode:

Read more about Net Neutrality, Twitter, Censorship, Fact Checking, and the Internet on HackerNoon.com.

June 4, 2019  

E48 - Stages of Company Building: From Startup to Growth and Exit with Cheryl Contee

Episode 48 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Cheryl Contee, CEO at Do Big Things and Author of Mechanical Bull: How You Can Achieve Startup Success.

This episode of Hacker Noon is sponsored by Indeed Prime.

Visit https://www.indeedprime.com/hackernoon/ to flip the script on the job search and join now for access to resumé reviews, 1:1 sessions with technical career coaches, personalized work-style assessments and even negotiation tips to help seal the deal.

Listen to the interview on iTunes, or Google Podcast, or watch on YouTube.

In this episode  Cris Beasley interviews Cheryl Contee, co-founder of social marketing software Attentive.ly at Blackbaud, the first tech startup with a black female founder on board in history to be acquired by a NASDAQ-traded company. You get to learn essential stages of successful company building and how to combine the career of entrepreneur with motherhood.

"There is no job, there is no product, there is no service that doesn't involve technology going forward in the 21 century.”

“Be yourself and find the investors who really get you especially if you don't come from a technical background, if you are a woman, if you are a minority. You might have to knock on more doors. I certainly did. I have to knock on a lot more doors to finally find those investors who really got it. ” — Cheryl Contee

Production and music by Derek Bernard - haberdasherband.com/production

Host: Cris Beasley - https://hackernoon.com/@crisbeasley

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