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089 – Education and Great Places to Grow

Bits vs Bytes · 089 – Education and Great Places to Grow Ingrid van Rossum (www.linkedin.com/in/ingrid-van-rossum-4471b8/) is innovator at Fuenta, Co-Founder of the I AM College and Co-Founder for Great Places to Grow. In this podcast we discuss education and how the I AM College is evolving the way students learn and also Great Places […]

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088 – Branding and Change with Marilijn Boumeester

Bits vs Bytes · 088 – Branding and Change with Marilijn Boumeester Marilijn Boumeester is a brand strategist, coach and author of the book “Wennen aan Wenden”, which translates to “Getting used to changes”. In this podcast we discuss everything about branding, but also how people can get more used to an ever changing world. […]

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087 – Socio-Technical Systems with Xebia

Bits vs Bytes · 087 – Socio-Technical Systems with Xebia Evelyn van Kelle is a Strategic Software Delivery Consultant at Xebia (https://xebia.com). In this podcast we will discuss all about Socio-Technical systems like Domain-Driven Design and we’ll also go into interesting topics like hiring technical people. Some of the ways to reach Evelyn: Twitter: https://twitter.com/EvelynvanKelleLinkedin: […]

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086 – Venture Capital with Index Ventures

Bits vs Bytes · 086 – Venture Capital with Index Ventures Damir Becirovic is a Principal at Index Ventures (https://www.indexventures.com/). In this podcast we talk all about investing, how to spot a great startup but also the future of investing. Index Ventures is a venture capital firm and Damir talks about the companies he helps, […]

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085 – Todo’s, Asynchronous and Remote Work with Doist

Bits vs Bytes · 085 – Todo's, Asynchronous and Remote Work with Doist Amir Salihefendic is the Founder and CEO for Doist (https://doist.com/), the company behind popular tools like Todoist and Twist. In this podcast we will talk about their beginnings, their remote-first culture and asynchronous work. Enjoyed this podcast? You will also like the […]

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084 – Equality and Public Speaking with Leila Prnjavorac

Bits vs Bytes · 084 – Equality and Public Speaking with Leila Prnjavorac Leila Prnjavorac (https://www.leila.nl/) is a presenter and public speaker. In this podcast we talk about how she got to be a presenter and public speaker but also about topics like equality and freedom. Enjoyed this podcast? You will also like the one […]

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083 – Talents and Leadership with The Human Factor

Bits vs Bytes · 083 – Talents and Leadership with The Human Factor Marjolijn de Boer is the Founder of The Human Factor (https://thehumanfactor.io/). With The Human Factor she helps organisations in terms of their company culture, leadership and finding the people with the right talents for the right positions. In this podcast we discuss […]

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082 – On-Demand Labor with Veryable

Noah Labhart is the Co-Founder and CTO for Veryable (https://veryableops.com). With Veryable they provide a marketplace for on-demand labor for manufacturing. Noah is also the host for Code Story (https://codestory.co/), a podcast featuring a lot of exciting and interesting guests from people in the technology field. In this podcast we discuss his journey of starting […]

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081 – Client Videocalling with 24sessions

Rutger Teunissen is the CEO of 24sessions (https://24sessions.com). With 24sessions clients can leverage videocalling for calling their clients. In these times of quarantaine, that is of course something that is extra highlighted and important to do sales. We also talk about validating ideas, and the importance of personal face-to-face interaction. How has all of this […]

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080 – Community-Driven Engineering with the Open Compute Project

Bits vs Bytes · 080 – Community-Driven Engineering with the Open Compute Project Steve Helvie (steve@opencompute.org) is the VP of Channel for the Open Compute Project (OCP). In this role he helps to educate organisations on the benefits of open hardware designs and the value of “community-driven” engineering for the data centre. In this podcast […]