21 episodes

Call it NoCode, No-Code, Visual Development, or CodeLess.

The fact is powerful trends in technology are making it easier to design, automate, and optimize your imagination beyond its limits - unlocking creativity, democratizing transformation, and redefining productivity.

CodeLess is a narrative podcast, celebrating makers, tools, and heroes in NoCode. Every week, we journey into the currents below the surface with:

-Makers building digital solutions, without writing a single line of code;
-Founders of NoCode tools; and
-Non-technical heroes building the future. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/codeless/support

CodeLess: A Narrative on Visual Development (NoCode‪)‬ Edmund Amoye

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Call it NoCode, No-Code, Visual Development, or CodeLess.

The fact is powerful trends in technology are making it easier to design, automate, and optimize your imagination beyond its limits - unlocking creativity, democratizing transformation, and redefining productivity.

CodeLess is a narrative podcast, celebrating makers, tools, and heroes in NoCode. Every week, we journey into the currents below the surface with:

-Makers building digital solutions, without writing a single line of code;
-Founders of NoCode tools; and
-Non-technical heroes building the future. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/codeless/support

    S1: E19 - "It's all about Serendipity As A Service" - Whit Anderson (Random Pizza)

    S1: E19 - "It's all about Serendipity As A Service" - Whit Anderson (Random Pizza)

    This is a two-part episode. 

    Whit Anderson is the maker of Random Pizza (RP). We are members of a weekly, NoCode meetup out of Atlanta. It's called Zero to One.  

    Whit is a poetic maker because of his ability to give profound and renewed relevance to things that we take for granted - like getting a pleasant surprise. Random Pizza goes beyond the gimmick - feeding our innate desire to make and share lasting memories and experiences. 

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    Whit's Projects


    Smartmate.Webflow.io
    Adhunt
    Atlanta Startup Things
    Random Pizza

    Hot Takes


    5:12 - Origin story.
    6:38 - Early lessons and projects.
    8:35 - Learning by Shipping Clones.
    9:22 - Random Pizza.
    10:12 - Cheese or Pepperoni?
    12:46 - Real users.
    14:46 - First User Impressions.
    18:38  - Better than ordering your own pizza.
    20:22 - User Request: Yearly Subscriptions for Random Pizza.
    20:49 - Random Pizza in the time of COVID.
    22:56 - SAAS - Serendipity as a Service.
    25:02 - Surprise + Desire = Pleasure.
    29:47 - Summary and Predictions.

    Music Credits


    Stephskillie - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=Stephskillie  
    RMarc1313 - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=RMarc1313  

    Prod. nocredit - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEmMHfBN2NDsiEteozFVgYQ  
    Bobbyoddsock - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=bobbyoddsock





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    • 29 min
    S1. E18 - "Your behavior is the interface. " - Chris Dancy and Armel Beaudry

    S1. E18 - "Your behavior is the interface. " - Chris Dancy and Armel Beaudry

    We saved some audio from our jam session for Episode 12. On this tape, we discuss the human behavioral interface as well as coping with information and subscription overload. 

    Chris Dancy (aka “the Most Connected Man on Earth.") used a NoCode stack, comprising of Airtable, Zapier, and Nextdoor to build the COVID-19 Neighborhood Volunteer and Support System.

    We also have Armel Beaudry from Trebble.FM. We discuss the impact of COVID-19; Chris' Habit Store for thriving in an environment of information overload; and using technology to become the best versions of ourselves.

    This jam session was recorded in the last weeks of March, 2020, when New York City was declared as the US outbreak epicenter for COVID-19.

    Airtable Resources


    Airtable support for COVID-19 humanitarian groups - Airtable is making Airtable Pro available for free to any non-political humanitarian group that is working on COVID-19 relief efforts. If you run an Airtable supported project/business and have been hit hard by COVID-19, send an email to covid@airtable.com.
    Project Showcase: Compiled resources/projects using Airtable to make a difference in local communities.

    Hot Takes


    3:11 - Behavior as an interface to rule them all.
    6:13 - Voice - a powerful paradigm.
    8:07 - Interfaces depend on inputs.
    10:38 - Collection, feedback, and leverage of your data.
    14:05 - Trebble.FM and information overload.
    16:48 - Subscription Saturation
    21:39 - 9 - How to reach Chris

    Music Credits


    Stephskillie - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=Stephskillie
    RMarc1313 - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=RMarc1313

    Prod. nocredit - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEmMHfBN2NDsiEteozFVgYQ





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    • 21 min
    S1. E17 - "An interface for people to interact with everything" - Zammo

    S1. E17 - "An interface for people to interact with everything" - Zammo

    Voice as an input as well as an interface is considered by many to be the next frontier in human advancement. According to Voicebot, there are nearly 90 million US adults owning smart speakers. This adoption exceeds over a third of consumers with a compounded annual growth rate exceeding 30%, over the past three years.

    In January 2020, I went to the Project  Voice conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Aside from discovering a lot about voice technology, devices, and conversational AI, I met some brilliant people shaping the future of this amazing interface. One memorable interaction I had, was with Stacey Kyler and Guy Tonye from Zammo.ai. Zammo is a great example of the rich fruits, born of voice technology and NoCode sensibility.

    This episode wouldn't have been possible without Bradley Metrock, host of "This Week In Voice", and Executive Producer of the Project Voice series of conferences and experiences. Here is a link to register for the Project Voice 2021. I've also included a brief excerpt from Bradley's interview with  Mark Cuban, who gives some good advice on how to thrive in this nascent industry of voice. 

    Zammo Demo - 10 mins. 

    FYI - Guy is from Cameroon (b/w West and Central Africa). His name is French and is pronounced like the Gi you wear in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. 

    Hot Takes


    7:15 - Stacey Kyler, Operations & Cust Success, Zammo.
    8:18 - About Zammo.
    9:47 - Intro - Guy Tonye, Software Engineer.
    12:06 - Deeper on Zammo's Order of Solutions.
    15:57 - Guy on making technology usable, accessible, and inclusive.
    21:56 - Stacey on serving diverse customer needs.
    29:06 - Guy endorses the NoCode mentality.
    31:01 - The foundational tech behind Zammo.
    34:38 - Zammo is the easy button for voice interactions.
    39:44 - Trying to be the default invocation.
    44:14 - Overcoming challenges in voice.
    47:26 - Job Description: Conversation Enabler.
    48:41 - Future view on using voice to build software.
    51:20 - Maker Perspective = Use Case + Tool
    54:23 - Will voice pass its own Turing test?
    55:49 - For solopreneurs, enterprises, and government agencies.
    58:29 - Voice gets better with more users.
    1:02:19 Summary and Predictions.

    Music Credits


    Stephskillie - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=Stephskillie
    Prod. nocredit - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEmMHfBN2NDsiEteozFVgYQ


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    • 1 hr 1 min
    S1. E16 - "The only constraint is your imagination" - MemberSpace

    S1. E16 - "The only constraint is your imagination" - MemberSpace

    This episode features Ward Sandler, CEO of MemberSpace as well as a user, Melissa Stephenson of fourwellness.co and fivedesign.co. 

    We all should be producing content using gravitational engines that attract the right people into our orbits. Once we do that, we need a system to ensure that the users, who self-select into our orbit can get the best value we have to offer. That's what MemberSpace does for creators, personalities, and organizations with audiences. It's a NoCode tool that , lets you turn any part of your website into a members only section with just a few clicks. 

    Here is a link to a great demo on MemberSpace.

    Hot Takes


    3:59 - Origin story.
    7:08 - MemberSpace is 100% Remote.
    8:07 - A MemberSpace Customer Speaks - Melissa Stephenson.
    15:30 - Serving your members with digital gems.
    24:56 - Integrations and onboarding.
    28:01 - Keeping it simple.
    31:08 - Customer Wishlist.
    32:59 - Competition to MemberSpace.
    35:30 - Early days in NoCode.
    37:34 - Live customer discovery.
    40:48 - Questions not asked.
    43:37 - What's in the cards for MemberSpace.
    47:35 - Summary and Predictions.

    Music Credits


    Stephskillie - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=Stephskillie
    RMarc1313 - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=RMarc1313
    Prod. nocredit - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEmMHfBN2NDsiEteozFVgYQ
    Bobbyoddsock - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=bobbyoddsock



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    • 48 min
    S1. E15b - " It doesn't have to be... perfect" - #100DaysOfNoCode

    S1. E15b - " It doesn't have to be... perfect" - #100DaysOfNoCode

    This is part 2 of a two part  jam session with five makers taking part in the #100DaysOfNoCode Challenge on Twitter.  Guest include: Max Haining, James Eldersveld, Naya Moss, Doc Williams, and Sharath Kuruganty.

    If there is one thing you can learn from these makers, it's the lesson that collaborative learning, supported by the requirement of doing, is the smartest hack to learn a new skill. If you're having trouble learning that new skill, you always wanted to add to your resume. Find a group of people focused on practicing that thing every day. or create a stage for other actors and members to play out their best scenes. 

    You can sign up for the #100DaysOfNoCode challenge by signing up at 100DaysOfNoCode.com.

    Hot Takes


    4:00 - Dollars and sense - Where to start with tools and ideas.
    13:24 - Measure twice, cut once.
    18:20 - Request for feedback and future projects.
    26:19 - Guest Wishlist for CodeLess.
    33:34 - Summary and Predictions.

    Music Credits


    Stephskillie - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=Stephskillie
    RMarc1313 - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=RMarc1313
    Prod. nocredit - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEmMHfBN2NDsiEteozFVgYQ

    Bobbyoddsock - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=bobbyoddsock





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    • 35 min
    S1. E15a - "Don't expect results - experience the process " - #100DaysOfNoCode

    S1. E15a - "Don't expect results - experience the process " - #100DaysOfNoCode

    This is part 1 of a two part  jam session with five makers taking part in the #100DaysOfNoCode Challenge on Twitter.  Guest include: Max Haining, James Eldersveld, Naya Moss, Doc Williams, and Sharath Kuruganty

    There is no lack of noteworthy mentions here: Ben Tossell of Makerpad, KP from Cuppa, and Michael Gill, the automation King. 

    In spite of the devastation that is COVID-19, these makers are turning the worst of the present, into the best of the future, adapting and upskilling themselves for the new normal. 

    Don't forget to commit to the #100DaysOfNoCode challenge by signing up at 100DaysOfNoCode.com. 

    Hot Takes


    3:42 - Intro to James Eldersveld
    5:03 - Intro to Naya Moss
    6:12 - Intro to Sharath Kuruganty
    8:22 - Intro to Max Haining
    10:10 - Impacts of COVID-19 on #100DaysOfNoCode.
    16:33 - I've been using some of these tools for years.
    18:33 - Shipping on Product Hunt.
    21:20 - NoCode hangouts on the internet.
    24:58 - Titles in NoCode.
    33:33 - Summary and Predictions.

    Music Credits


    Stephskillie - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=Stephskillie
    RMarc1313 - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=RMarc1313
    Prod. nocredit - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEmMHfBN2NDsiEteozFVgYQ

    Bobbyoddsock - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=bobbyoddsock




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Customer Reviews

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16 Ratings

danjmeehan ,

Quality no-code narratives

As a voracious podcast listener and no-code enthusiast, I have Edmund’s show on my weekly cycle. The stories he brings out in his conversations are a must listen.

truedrew ,

Check this one out!

CodeLess focuses on the human side of nocode- who’s doing things, what they’re doing, and why. The interviews are thoughtful, interesting, and often inspiring. Edmund’s passion for the space is contagious!

epesola ,

Edmund is bringing NOCODE to the masses

Thanks so much Edmund for making no code accessible to new audiences. This is an entertaining and thoughtful podcast. I highly recommend.

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