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In this episode we talk with Jen Rudd. Jen specializes in automating repetitive processes and integrating software and platforms.
We start off season 7 with Edmund Amoye, the host of the CodeLess podcast. Edmund shows us his base to manage discussion topics for weekly meetups.
Today's episode we are joined by Mike San Marzano the creator of Airconnex. Mike gives us a demo of the product and how it creates websites run on a single Airtable base.
This week's episode we have the pleasure of hearing from Matthew Baggetta. Matthew works in marketing and has his own meditation training program. He also shows us his Content Asset Tracker base.
This week we are joined by Chris Guthrie, a E-commerce expert. Along with having his own products on amazon, he also helps other sellers grow their business with Airtable and automation.
In this episode we speak with Shae Redding - Rogers, an architectural photographer. We talk about formulas to help automate bases more.
Lisa-Marie Pierre, a program manager for Ascend NYC shows us how Airtable helped her program during Covid-19. She also explains her idea tracking base.
In this episode we’re joined by Nicolas Grenié, a developer advocate at Typeform. Nicolas tells us about his custom Shipping block and the customs blocks made by Typeform.
In this episode we talk to Jennifer Selke, Director of Veteran Programs and Campus Outcomes at Camp Southern Ground, an incredible non-profit which operates as both a summer camp for kids, and a year-round resource center for veterans. Jennifer was able to put together a simple one-table base to curate a list of 100+ resources for military veterans.
Today's episode is with Aron Korenblit from the Education team at Airtable. Aron talks with us today about the exciting release of the Airtable Platform.
In this episode we’re joined by Brian Switchkow, a founding citizen at One Inc Cooperative. One Inc operates as a member-owned, member-controlled virtual economy dedicated to fostering a supportive ecosystem of creatives, entrepreneurs, and investors. Brian’s two Airtable bases have a number of fields, views and tables that it allows citizens to interact with clean, simple interfaces.
Jason is the founder of Coding Career Fastlane, an online community focused on improving developers’ skill sets by offering personalized feedback and creative approaches to handling a job search. He shares two bases with us today, both of which are part Coding Career Fastlane’s 10-Day Job Hunt Challenge.
Jérémy shows us the base that he credits with helping his business, PubLoft, get to $24,000 a month in revenue in just seven months. Today, Jérémy is working on projects such as Crash.Co, a job-hunting site with a personalized twist, and GigLoft, which teaches freelancers how to run their own business.
In this episode, Dan Fellars returns to give us a deep-dive into some newer products offered by his company, Openside. Dan showcases On2Air Schemas, which allows users to track every bit of metadata associated with a particular base over time.
In today’s episode, we speak with Andy Wingrave: Automation and Airtable enthusiast. Andy shares a few projects with us including his Music Finder Base.
In this episode, we chat with Veronica Picciafuoco of 8020.inc, an agency that helps businesses move faster without code. Veronica shares a base made to help a friend keep track of her horse training business.
In this episode, we’re joined by Nicole Dyer, a professional genealogist, lecturer, and creator of FamilyLocket.com and the Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast.
In today’s episode we speak with James Jackson who describes himself as a product designer with really excellent taste, and we have to agree. James demos for us his Weekly Summary Base for us.
In today’s episode, we speak with Jon Letts: a man with a passion for organization and communication. Jon shares his system and subsequent Airtable Base, “Contuity” with us.
In today’s episode, we speak with Hannah Clark: Marketing and Communications Manager, Clothing Swap Runner, and Airtable aficionado. She also shows us a bit of the base she uses to run her clothing drives.
In this episode, we’re joined by Justin Barrett, who shows us a task tracking base with formulas, filtered views, and categorization all aimed at showing him only what he needs to see at any given time.
In this episode, we chat with Jeremy Oglesby, a software developer, and Airtable Community Leader. He explains how he uses Airtable for just about anything, including scoring board game results.
Today on the podcast, we chat with Chris Dancy. Chris demos his Covid-19 Neighborhood Base, as well as his “Life Stack”.
In this episode, we’re joined by Kuovonne Vorderbruggen, who discusses with us her journey from teaching herself coding to ultimately producing multiple scripts recognized by Airtable and the Airtable Community for their merit.
On today’s episode, we speak with Bill French: technology innovator and entrepreneur. Bill shows us a few scripts he has written for the new block, complete with many tips and tricks.
On today’s episode, we speak with Gabe Caldwell - Director of Partnerships at Formstack. Gabe walks us through how easy it is to create documents from your Airtable records with the Formstack Documents Block.
In this episode, we explore Airtable in Spanish. We are joined by Elias Gomez, from Bilbao Spain. He is a technology and Wordpress developer as well as a DJ.
In this episode, we chat with Hannah Wiginton of Abilene, Texas, the Communications and Grants Director for New Horizons, a non-profit organization for foster families.
In this episode, we’re joined by Christine Prefontaine, the co-founder of Loup Design & Innovation and co-inventor of StoryEngine.io. Christine walks us through their CRM base.
In today’s episode, we speak with Victor Feliciano, a true jack of all trades with expertise in Operations Management. The Base Victor shares with us today is his Customers and Subscription Tracker, where he has expertly made use of junction tables to accurately track his subscriptions and the versions and rates of each.