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Code Story - March 2021
When he attempted to break into the space, Rens had to manually string together courses and content by himself. As he went through this process, he thought this process can be optimized, or done in a better way.
After working for Dell, Richard grew tired of not moving the needle much, no matter how hard he worked. So he started a company called Nuvola Networks, innovating around e-learning. While doing this, he noticed how manual the flow of information was between antiquated systems for larger companies and enterprises. He thought - why don't we automate this?
When he was a sophomore in college, Cameron ran a group at UTA and organized hackathons. He started to kick around an idea to give people access to a truck when they need it - to enable them to move & deliver large items.
As he was as grad student doing his PHD, Arjun came across a set of papers written by his co-founder - about a more capable, incremental compute engine. After several years of persuasion, Arjun convinced him that they needed to start a company to commercialize the solution.
As the COVID pandemic decimated live music events, Steve was caught in a related riff. He found himself networking for his next gig, and while doing so, started to chat with his now co-founders about a new opportunity... where musicians could interact with fans in new ways.
While he was managing platforms for other companies - like Salesforce and Amazon - Matt Fornaciari was burning the midnight oil creating something to help build resiliency in your platform reliability. A solution based on the principles of chaos engineering.