EP46: Chase Reeves has important things to discuss

This week, I’m joined by a man. A man named Chase Reeves. We’re going to talk about the business they’re building over there at Fizzle.co. Chase and I both like to talk, so this is a two-parter! This is part 1. Sponsors This show wouldn't be possible without these great sponsors. When you support them, you support the show! Are you creating an application that needs charts or a dashboard?  FusionCharts is a JavaScript charting solution trusted by over 450,000 developers around the world. They have tons of interactive and animated charts with advanced features like tooltips, drill-down, chart export and zoom. Their charts also work across PCs, Macs, iPads, iPhones and Android devices. You can download a free-trial at: Go to fusioncharts.com Sprint.ly has been there from the beginning. Perfect for software teams of 3 or more people, Sprint.ly is the easiest way for managers and developers to track the software development process. You and your team can try Sprint.ly for free, go to  www.sprint.ly. Use the code productpeopletv2013 to get 10% off! Notable quotes "There's a lot of drama and pasta in how you say JavaScript." "I was a self-taught, no lessons webby designer guy." "My first freelance gig was with Corbett Bar; by the time I was done his website, we were in partnership discussions." "That church background steeps you into existential questions: and these lead to creative endeavours. It also gives you lots of opportunities to be creative." "The tip is, be willing to be an apprentice underneath someone who's more advanced than you." "With partners: waste as much time as you can, just talking. Get on the phone and just talk." "There's something humanizing in just talking to someone; hearing their voice." "Do your creative stuff in the morning. In the afternoon do customer support, email, meetings." "Good for you Ryan!" Show notes Chase Reeves on Twitter Chase Reeves' blog Fizzle.co His old blog: Write to Mean Chase Reeves on Adam Clark's the Gently Madd Kevin Rose's conversation with Ryan Carson (Foundation)

This week, I’m joined by a man. A man named Chase Reeves. We’re going to talk about the business they’re building over there at Fizzle.co.

Chase and I both like to talk, so this is a two-parter! This is part 1.

Sponsors

This show wouldn’t be possible without these great sponsors. When you support them, you support the show!

  • Are you creating an application that needs charts or a dashboard?  FusionCharts is a JavaScript charting solution trusted by over 450,000 developers around the world. They have tons of interactive and animated charts with advanced features like tooltips, drill-down, chart export and zoom. Their charts also work across PCs, Macs, iPads, iPhones and Android devices. You can download a free-trial at:

    Go to fusioncharts.com

  • Sprint.ly has been there from the beginning. Perfect for software teams of 3 or more people, Sprint.ly is the easiest way for managers and developers to track the software development process. You and your team can try Sprint.ly for free, go to  www.sprint.ly.

    Use the code productpeopletv2013 to get 10% off!

Notable quotes

“There’s a lot of drama and pasta in how you say JavaScript.”

“I was a self-taught, no lessons webby designer guy.”

“My first freelance gig was with Corbett Bar; by the time I was done his website, we were in partnership discussions.”

“That church background steeps you into existential questions: and these lead to creative endeavours. It also gives you lots of opportunities to be creative.”

“The tip is, be willing to be an apprentice underneath someone who’s more advanced than you.”

“With partners: waste as much time as you can, just talking. Get on the phone and just talk.”

“There’s something humanizing in just talking to someone; hearing their voice.”

“Do your creative stuff in the morning. In the afternoon do customer support, email, meetings.”

“Good for you Ryan!”

Show notes

Chase Reeves on Twitter

Chase Reeves’ blog

Fizzle.co

His old blog: Write to Mean

Chase Reeves on Adam Clark’s the Gently Madd

Kevin Rose’s conversation with Ryan Carson (Foundation)

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