In this episode, Paul and Edith are joined by Martin Casado, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. The group discusses the deeply complicated and difficult process of category creation, with a special focus on technology infrastructure products. This is episode #24 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.
In this episode, Edith and Paul discuss discuss how you should use the principles of Continuous Delivery to find product/market fit for your startup, tool, or service. Along the way, they highlight common reasons startups fail to find product/market fit, from undervaluing sales and marketing teams, to simply believing that if you build it, they will come. This is episode #23 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.
In this episode, Edith and Paul discuss discuss ‘crunch time’, work-life balance in the startup world, and the efficacy of the 80 hour workweek. This is episode #22 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.
In this episode, Edith and Paul are joined by Scott Raney, Partner at Redpoint Ventures. Edith, and Paul hear from Scott why continuous delivery matters in modern software development. This is episode #21 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.
Since last August, Edith Harbaugh and Paul Biggar have been making continuous delivery and software development way more fun. The two are co-hosts of the podcast To Be Continuous, hosted by HeavyBit industries. To Be Continuous is part history lesson, part comedy show, and part an education in software best and worst practices. They have discussed everything from the dirty secrets of product management to the true meaning of SaaS.
The two are in the continuous integration/continuous delivery space – Edith as co-founder and CEO of LaunchDarkly and Paul as founder of CircleCI. They mix their own experiences with quintessential industry case studies to capture the real zeitgeist of the software industry in the Bay Area.
Here’s what people are saying about it:
— Taylor Dolezal (@onlydole) May 24, 2016
— Seth Goings (@sethgoings) February 10, 2016
… (this revelation, as they so often do, came to me while listening to @ContinuousCast)
— Sam Stokes (@samstokes) March 8, 2016
— Robert Wilkins, III (@genome210) March 21, 2016
Here are some of my favorite episodes:
- Episode 2 – What is Continuous Delivery?
- Episode 5 – Overcoming the Fear of Shipping Code
- Episode 8 – Continuous Delivery in Mobile Development
- Episode 12 – Payment Strategies for Developers
- Episode 15 – All Software Is SaaS
You can find the full episode list here including episodes with special guests such as Peter Van Hardenberg from Heroku, Kevin Henrikson, Partner Director of Engineering at Microsoft, and ex-Facebook & VMware Director, current angel investor Jocelyn Goldfein.
Even after 20 episodes and 21 hours of conversation, there’s still plenty left to discuss. Do you have a topic you’d like to see Paul and Edith cover? Ping them at @ContinuousCast.
In this episode, Edith and Paul discuss Gartner’s Bimodal IT model, they battle over Waterfall vs. Agile, and they talk about how Continuous Delivery will deliver you from your technical debt nightmares. This is episode #20 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.