Anyone could build AT&T from their bedroom!
00:00 10 episodes!
00:34 Listener shoutouts
02:59 Pumping your voice into someone else's ears
05:38 Converting internet numbers to real numbers
06:40 "Slack is down, use async!"
08:04 Meeting Place, Async.dev, and WebRTC update
09:59 How does WebRTC work?
14:59 Twilio's TURN at $0.40/GB vs. $0.01/GB
16:09 Business WebRTC bandwidth costs
18:49 STUN servers
20:09 Anyone could build AT&T from their bedroom!
20:43 Integrating audio chatting in Async.dev/Meeting Place
22:47 Chris's pandemic advantage over Meetup.com
27:32 Future plans for Async.dev and Meeting Place
35:09 Who is Meeting Place for and what problems is it solving?
42:06 Do whatcha want! You don't need a grand vision
50:00 Cocoa Development
52:33 What's next for CamHead?
55:49 Influencer marketing
57:49 Turns out infoprducts are real businesses
01:00:23 THIS EPISODE IS TOO LONG
Timestamps created with https://clips.marketing by @cgenco
🐦 Learn React in 10 Tweets: https://twitter.com/chrisachard/status/1175022111758442497
🐦 No Code Doesn't Exist: https://twitter.com/cgenco/status/1346139894398251027
🐦 Slack is Down - use async: https://twitter.com/chrisachard/status/1346118116774989827
🔗 I'm Walking Away From the Product I Spent a Year Building—The story behind Level and why it failed by Derek Reimer: https://www.derrickreimer.com/essays/2019/05/17/im-walking-away-from-the-product-i-spent-a-year-building.html
🔗 Nailing Your First (Info-Product) Launch by Adam Wathan: https://microconf.gen.co/adam-wathan/
Also Christian's video is no longer 0.25 seconds off he fixed it :)
What is Makers.dev?
Chris and Christian build some software businesses.