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Life moves fast. It’s something we’re always told, and at Stride we take that to heart. Founded just three years ago in 2014, we have already catapulted into one of the best Agile Software Development Consultancies in New York. We’re thrilled to share that Stride was ranked as the #2 Customer Software Developer in NYC on Clutch’s Top New York City Agencies & Developers 2017.
This post originally appeared on Medium here. As much as I’m a huge fan of Gimlet and their new Brooklyn-based podcast Startup, I have a major issue with Season 5, Episode 4 — Running a Family and a Business. In this episode, executive coach Jerry Colonna chats with Diana Lovett, a female founder and mother, who shares that being a mom and entrepreneur is challenging.
The beauty of a well done podcast is that it sounds easy. It sounds natural. Yet, in fact, a whole bunch of behind the scenes pre-planning and post work goes into each episode. Here’s a look behind the scenes at our very own podcast, The Rabbit Hole.
A new episode of The Rabbit Hole is now live!
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Interested in pair programming? Episode 04 of Stride’s podcast: The Rabbit Hole is just what you’re looking for!
With 35,000 attendees, TechDay is the largest startup event in the US, and Stride is proud to be a part of this special day! This year, TechDay did not disappoint. It had something for everyone - from Shark Tank open call to 375 NYC tech startups sharing their latest and greatest products and services.
Episode 03 of “The Rabbit Hole” is now live! In this week’s podcast, our panelists Peter Lye, David Anderson, Michael Sully, and William Jefferies will discuss planning meetings for agile teams.
In mid-February, I walked into a room to grab a snack. One of my colleagues, we’ll call him William, was telling me that he wanted to go on this ski trip his friends were organizing. The dialog went like this: