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Greg Smith talks about his journey to building one of the leading course hosting platforms in the world, Thinkific.
Aly Murray come to discuss her journey from working in finance to launching a non-profit that provides 24/7 tutoring support to students from low-income backgrounds.
Julia Stiglitz comes on the podcast to discuss her journey from GSV to founding her latest EdTech company, Corise.
Luyen Chou joins us to discuss his journey from being a high school teacher to becoming the Chief Learning Officer at one of the largest education technology organizat...
Sean Linehan and I chat about his journey to founding Placement and his thoughts on how Income Share Agreements (ISAs) failed to live up to their potential.
Dan Pickett comes on to discuss how he went from running a software consultancy to founding a code school that emulates the real-world environment.
I share my thoughts on educational inefficiency and how new companies in the space are emerging to provide upskilling/reskilling experiences for professionals.
Brian Balfour joins the podcast to discuss his journey to founding Reforge and designing their program to enable and empower professionals to achieve the next mileston...
Ariel Camus comes on to talk about Microverse’s unique learning model that consists of no classes and no curriculum- but instead, a focus on peer learning and accounta...
Jeremy Shaki and Josh Borts come on to talk about how they built Lighthouse labs into a premier coding bootcamp in Canada.
Loren Cohen and Laura Holden come up to share how Skillful thinks about building a world-class professional development online school and community that is adaptive to...
Kai Neo comes on to talk about his journey from Silicon Valley to founding a Rocket Academy, a bootcamp serving aspiring engineers in South-East Asia.
Martin Ramsin talks about how his experience with a poorly built online course inspired him to build one of the first fully online coding bootcamps.
Anthony Hughes comes on to discuss how he founded Tech Elevator to bring strong engineering talent to the Mid-West.
Harsh Patel is the former CEO of MakerSquare, HackReactor, and Galvanize. His latest venture, Macro supports web3 companies through talent placement and security audits.
I share my thoughts about the state of cohort-based courses. Why did the hype die off and what’s next for the future of education?
Mike Peregudov and I discuss how he built Pivot to enable working professionals to transition to creative career paths.
Daniel Bustamante and I discuss the history of ship30for30 and how he built an automation engine that’s allowed for them to scale to thousands of students in their com...
Bhav Sharma and I sit down to discuss how Ali Abdaal’s team grew Part-time YouTuber Academy to $2.5M in annual revenue.
Joe Penn is the Head of Operations for On Deck. We discuss how On Deck has scaled its operations to build one of the fast-growing internet communities.
Billy Broas joins us to chat about hypergrowth moments for online courses, including his experience working with Building a Second Brain, Write of Passage, and Ali Abd...
This week, I chat with education superstars Lisa Jiang and Joe Burgess. Both spent time at Flatiron School to build and scale one of the first coding bootcamps. In...
I discuss Lambda School's transition to BloomTech, including new financing options, their outcome-based loan, and their new web3 program.
A rebroadcast of our live Twitter spaces event with Jay Clouse and August Bradley where we discuss the best community platforms for course creators.
Marie Poulin comes on the podcast to discuss how she built and scaled Notion Mastery, an async course community for those looking to level-up their workflows.
I had a conversation with the co-founder of the first coding bootcamp (Dev Bootcamp), Jesse Farmer, and the founder of Launch School, Chris Lee, to discuss the future ...
August Bradley discusses how he strategically built and grew Notion Life Design.
Victoria Ransom (Co-founder & CEO, Prisma) discusses online education for kids.
Andrew Barry returns to discuss what it means to be an education entrepreneur in the modern era.