New Podcast: Building for the Next Billion

If there is one thing most people can agree on, it’s that podcasts are awesome. We are excited to announce the launch of Building for the Next Billion, Andela’s podcast discussing the most prominent trends in software development with leading technologists from around the globe. This will serve as an unbiased platform for engineers to build their personal brand while voicing their opinions and expertise.Our first guests include Jon Chan, Founder of Bento and Developer at Stack Overflow, Wade Foster, Co-Founder and CEO of Zapier, and Chris Woodford, Head of Engineering at Gobble. Topics range from the 2017 StackOverflow developer survey to benefits of remote work, and even how to make sense of millions of data points on food preferences.Every other Thursday, we will sit down with a leader in the tech world to learn from them and get their take on the biggest trends facing the industry. Episodes will generally last about 30 minutes and will serve as an avenue of information gathering through thought provoking conversation. If you or anyone you know would like to be a guest on the show, please send an email to [email protected].

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