11 episodes

In this podcast, Alex travels around the world to meet in-person, the most interesting people in the no-code space.

No-Code World Radio Alex

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In this podcast, Alex travels around the world to meet in-person, the most interesting people in the no-code space.

    #10: In Lisbon, I have a coffee with Bruno to chat about no-code, productivity and digital strategy

    #10: In Lisbon, I have a coffee with Bruno to chat about no-code, productivity and digital strategy

    After a trip in the south of Spain and Portugal, I finally reach Lisbon to spend a month there. I was mostly surrounded by French people in our No-Code House. But I still had the chance to meet some local no-coders like Bruno Amaral, a community expert with a passion for Notion and productivity. Also a coffee enthusiast that leaves papper cranes he made for other customers. All this is in the episode!

    Resources :


    Bruno on Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/brunoamaral/
    Bruno on Twitter : https://twitter.com/brunoamaral
    A Notion page as an example : https://amaralbruno.notion.site/amaralbruno/No-Code-World-Radio-example-73fee6a9f0b7467f9ddce66930ebeab2
    Bruno's website : https://brunoamaral.eu/
    The coffee place where we were : https://g.page/HowCoffee?share

    You can also follow me and get in touch with me on Twitter : @alexkovax.

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    #9: In Barcelona, Toby shares his vision for Bravo Studio and automating the front-end

    #9: In Barcelona, Toby shares his vision for Bravo Studio and automating the front-end

    In Spring 2022, I embarked on a journey from Paris to Lisbon. Over there we had planned to spend a month with members from the French community. I decided to go there by land and took the train to Barcelona which was my first stop. I had the opportunity to have a chat there with Toby Oliver, the CEO of Bravo Studio. A great conversation about his vision for the future of no-code.

    Resources :


    Toby on Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/toby0/
    Bravo Studio : https://www.bravostudio.app/
    Bravo Studio on Twitter : https://twitter.com/Bravostudioapp

    You can also follow me and get in touch with me on Twitter : @alexkovax.

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    #8: In Zurich, Natascha and I talk about the origins of no-code, Filemaker and the power of Notion

    #8: In Zurich, Natascha and I talk about the origins of no-code, Filemaker and the power of Notion

    For this second season, I've decided to embark on a quick train journey to go meet my parents in a small town of the Czech Republic. Over 7 days I will go through Geneva, Zurich, Vienna and Prague before reaching Karlovy Vary. 

    As you can guess, I've tried to get in touch with no-coders along the way to have a chat with them.

    I couldn't find anyone in Geneva, but in Zurich, Natascha Buck was nice enough to accept my invitation.

    She's an automation expert and a Notion ambassador. That's going to be a good talk!

    Resources :


    Natascha on Twitter : https://twitter.com/nataschabuck
    Natascha on Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataschabuck/
    Natascha's website : https://nataschabuck.com/
    And we didn't mention it but she made a very popular Notion wedding planner template : https://notionweddingplanner.com/
    Also make sure to check her tips about Zurich : https://nbcom.notion.site/Z-rich-Travel-Tipps-5da089d102644db391aecf1fe8c415e6

    You can also follow me and get in touch with me on Twitter : @alexkovax.

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    #7: In Berlin, I meet with Kash to talk about the travel blogging industry

    #7: In Berlin, I meet with Kash to talk about the travel blogging industry

    For this last episode of the first season of the podcast, I decided to do something a bit different and evade the no-code space. So I called my old travel blogger friend, Kash Bhattacharya to catch up on his industry. I was curious for him to tell me more about the blogger/influencer business and see if there were any common points with the no-code content creators. I also took the chance to ask him for some productivity tips for working while traveling.

    I hope you enjoyed this first season. It's really an experiment and probably not yet what I envisioned originally for this podcast. But please make me some feedbacks and together let's make an amazing season 2!

    Resources :


    Kash on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/budgettraveller/
    Kash on Twitter : https://twitter.com/BudgetTraveller
    Kash's website : https://budgettraveller.org/
    Kash on Linkedin : https://de.linkedin.com/in/budgettraveller
    Luxury hostels : https://budgettraveller.org/luxury-hostels-of-europe/
    Neukölln : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuk%C3%B6lln_(locality)
    Tempelhof airport : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berlin_Tempelhof_Airport

    You can also follow me and get in touch with me on Twitter : @alexkovax.

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    #6: In Berlin, Chris tells me about the Berlin no-code scene and his plans for it

    #6: In Berlin, Chris tells me about the Berlin no-code scene and his plans for it

    For my second episode in Berlin, I met with Chris Strobl who started the website No-Code Germany. But as you will see in the episode, he's done many things before that and now has some serious plans for no-code in Germany. He also told be a lot about the tech scene in Berlin and why it's such an interesting city to start companies right now.

    Resources :


    Chris on Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-strobl/
    Chris on Twitter : https://twitter.com/nocodechris
    Nocode Germany : https://www.nocodegermany.com/
    Noble : https://nobleanswers.com/
    The building we mention : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Berlin,_Kreuzberg,_Pfuelstrasse_5,_Lagerhaus,_suedlicher_Hof.jpg
    Kreuzberg : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kreuzberg
    Görlitzer Park : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B6rlitzer_Park

    You can also follow me and get in touch with me on Twitter : @alexkovax.

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    #5: In Berlin, Jan tells me the story of the automation tool n8n that he created

    #5: In Berlin, Jan tells me the story of the automation tool n8n that he created

    I'm finally in Berlin and there are many interesting to meet here! I started Jan Oberhauser who created the no-code automation software n8n. A very promising no-code tool that is also open source, which is very rare in our space, unfortunately. So we definitely talked more about that, how Jan started n8n and why. He also shares with me some insights about the local scene and Berlin in general.

    Resources :


    Jan on Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/janoberhauser/
    Jan on Twitter : https://twitter.com/JanOberhauser
    n8n on website : https://n8n.io/
    n8n on Twitter : https://twitter.com/n8n_io
    To know more about faircode : https://faircode.io/
    Potsdam : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potsdam
    Spreewald : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spree_Forest

    You can also follow me and get in touch with me on Twitter : @alexkovax.

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