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Conversations with the smartest people in tech. An irregular, interview-style podcast by the Editorial Team at HackerNoon.com ⚡

    How to Hack a Huge Career in Tech with PR Expert & Founder Sarah Evans

    How to Hack a Huge Career in Tech with PR Expert & Founder Sarah Evans

    Hey hackers! We thought you’d enjoy this episode from the archives. This episode was originally released on August 31, 2020. Enjoy!


     


    Natasha Nel from hackernoon.com sits down with Sarah Evans—tech industry PR legend and strategic communications startup founder—to talk all things branding and influence: from personal to B2B. In this podcast:


    How to accumulate 100k *genuine* followers on Twitter

    What “newsworthy” looks like today

    How to increase credibility when you’re not getting traditional media coverage

    Where to pitch stories to build real brand validation

    Moving from being a Manager to being a Master Collaborator

    Hacking evidence of the work experience employers are looking for online

    Creating a company-wide ‘Emotional Compass’ for more mindful communications

    Why and how to start building a network—especially when you don’t need one

    How to grow your influence by amplifying the voices of those around you


    READ MORE ON HACKERNOON.COM: 


    https://hackernoon.com/tagged/marketing

    https://hackernoon.com/tagged/careers

    https://hackernoon.com/tagged/founders

    https://hackernoon.com/tagged/networking

    https://hackernoon.com/tagged/startups


    KEEP UP WITH SARAH EVANS:


    https://hackernoon.com/u/sarahevans

    https://twitter.com/prsarahevans

    • 26 min
    Checks, Balances, and Freedom: Censorship vs The Internet

    Checks, Balances, and Freedom: Censorship vs The Internet

    Who wins in the battle of the internet and freedom of speech? 🥊 Amy Tom, Ellen Stevens, and Zaeem Shoaib chat about censorship and the internet. We all know that fake news = bad, but how do we stop it from being spread without limiting freedom of speech?


    🌏 THIS WEEK ON PLANET INTERNET:


    The ensuing battle between freedom of speech and protecting people (01:07) ⚔️

    What is the dealio with freedom of speech on the other side of the world? (05:39) 😼

    Wait, what even is Litecoin? (08:55) 😂

    What does Zaeem, resident journalist, say about fake news & fact-checking? (14:20) 😵

    Uh oh marky mark, Facebook is under fire AGAIN this week (19:42) 🔥

    Who gets to decide what is okay and not okay? (27:47) 👀

    Republican leaders in Texas sign off on a new bill about social media content moderation (33:22) 🤯


    🗒️ SHOW NOTES:


    "Fake News Vs. Censorship in the Battle for the Internet" by Sharmini R on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/fake-news-vs-censorship-in-the-battle-for-the-internet-u66g33vb

    lol sorry guys, Walmart will NOT be accepting Litecoin: https://mashable.com/article/litecoin-walmart-fake-news?amp&__twitter_impression=true

    Here's that insider link to a story about WSJ's report on Facebook (cause no paywalls 🙅): https://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-content-moderation-58-million-users-xcheck-2021-9

    A new bill that requires tech giant social media companies to disclose more info on their algorithm: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/texas-social-media-bill-signed-law-governor-abbott/


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    START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🤟🏻

    • 34 min
    Regulating Bitcoin: Why Crypto-Regulation Should Be Welcomed

    Regulating Bitcoin: Why Crypto-Regulation Should Be Welcomed

    Utsav Jaiswal sits down with Joseph Weinberg, the co-founder of Shyft Network and an OG Bitcoiner. As an early investor in Bitcoin in 2010 and director at Coinsetter until its acquisition by Kraken FX in 2016, Joseph knows what's up in the digital currency world. 🥇


    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:


    "The blockchain doesn't care what we think," says Joseph (02:30) ‼️

    Does more blockchain regulation mean more fees? (05:43) 🥺

    Joseph breaks down the FATF - Financial Action Task Force (08:54) 🔨

    How can the ecosystem continue to succeed as regulations come up? (13:50) 🤝

    "What we are seeing right now is something that crypto has never been faced with before," says Joseph (20:24) 😍

    Will there be regulations on P2P transactions? (25:41) 😬


    Connect with Joseph and Shyft Network:


    Follow Joseph on Twitter @josephweinberg

    Follow Shyft Network on Twitter @shyftnetwork


    READ HACKERNOON.COM ☘️


    START WRITING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🌴

    • 32 min
    Creating an Open Source Platform

    Creating an Open Source Platform

    OKAY - here's what you need to know before you start your open-source platform. On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast, we hear from Ben Bromhead, CTO of Instaclustr, and Ev Kontsevoy, CEO of Teleport, about how they started their open-source platform. 🙀


    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:


    What was Ev's very first job? (01:44) And Ben's? (03:50) 🚣‍♀️

    What are the roles of different co-founders? (10:31) 🏃

    What do you do when you can't afford to hire new staff but you still need to GSD? (16:59) 💥

    How do you maintain a unique startup culture? (25:44) ❄️

    What did Ev learn from developing an open-source platform? (36:41) 🍭

    If open-source is so amazing, why WOULDN'T I make my product open-source? (41:50) 😵

    Why does Ben choose to follow the open-source movement? (43:46) 🧚‍♂️

    How do open-source companies make money? (49:37) 💰


    VOTE FOR INSTACLUSTR FOR STARTUP OF THE YEAR:


    https://startups.hackernoon.com/california/redwood-city-united-states


    💎 Get approved for 10-20x higher credit limit with Brex - https://bit.ly/37doqiH


    VOTE FOR TELEPORT FOR STARTUP OF THE YEAR:


    https://startups.hackernoon.com/california/oakland-united-states


    Connect with Ben and Ev:


    Connect with Ev at goteleport.com

    Connect with Ben at instaclustr.com

    Follow Ben on Twitter at @BenBromhead


    Learn more about HackerNoon and Startups of The Year:


    For more information visit startups.hackernoon.com

    To read HackerNoon stories, check out hackernoon.com

    • 46 min
    In Decentralization We Trust

    In Decentralization We Trust

    Is decentralization fair for everyone? This Week On Planet Internet, Utsav Jaiswal, Sidra Ijaz, and Amy Tom talk about the decentralization movement. What's the latest with DeFi? Can AI & decentralization be friends? 🥺


    🌍 THIS WEEK ON PLANET INTERNET:


    The great debate on whether to use social financing options or stick to personal financing 😵

    Are trusted AI models fair? ⚖️

    Is it possible to create a successful decentralized video platform? 🎥

    Are social media algorithms biased? 😪

    What's going on with Thailand's digital currency? 💳


    🗒️ SHOW NOTES:


    The debate between personal finance and social finance on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/personal-to-social-finance-the-great-journey-unfolds

    AI & decentralization on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/in-decentralized-ai-we-trust

    Decentralized video on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/why-youtubes-biggest-competition-will-come-from-decentralized-video-platforms-hk163763

    Thailand's digital baht on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/thailands-digital-baht-likely-to-be-asias-first-cbdc-hi4337e8

    The tweet that tests the Twitter algorithm: https://twitter.com/bascule/status/1307440596668182528


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    • 48 min
    What Is Being a FinTech CEO like?

    What Is Being a FinTech CEO like?

    Big money, get paid. Tom Sosnoff, Co-CEO of tastytrade, and Sean Salas, CEO of Camino Financial, join Amy Tom this week to discuss FinTech startups. What is Wall Street REALLY like? How has the finance industry evolved? Listen to find out - DUN DUN DUNNNN 😵


    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:


    What was Tom's very first job? (01:15) And Sean's? ✨ (02:10)

    What was Wall Street like in the '80s? 👯‍♀️ (07:51)

    Why did Sean start Camino? 👩‍👦‍👦 (10:10)

    How has diversity changed in the finance industry over the years? 🌈 (15:58)

    Tom talks about what he wishes he knew at the start of his career 🍳 (23:15)

    How should we think about financial education for minorities? 🤔 (30:48)

    What does the future of FinTech look like? 🤯 (35:03)


    🫐 Vote for Camino Financial for Startup Of The Year in LA:


    https://startups.hackernoon.com/california/los-angeles


    Brex - https://bit.ly/37doqiH


    🍅 Vote for tastytrade for Startup Of The Year in Chicago:


    https://startups.hackernoon.com/us/chicago-il


    Connect with Tom and Sean:


    Check out Tom's live content on tastytrade.com

    Follow Sean on Twitter @seandsalas

    Check out Sean's podcast: https://www.caminofinancial.com/fundamental-fairness/


    Learn more about HackerNoon and Startups of The Year:


    For more information visit startups.hackernoon.com

    To read HackerNoon stories, check out hackernoon.com

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

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40 Ratings

Mirjanar ,

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Cool to hear the team. Have been publishing stories on Hacker Noon for a few years. Great to see and hear the actual voices of the team. Utsav, Natasha, Linh, David - see you back on the internet!

Rodney McKeown ,

Good

As an immigrant, loved hearing more of Linh's story, but overall the feed is little too crypto centric.

Laendra11 ,

Great!

Juan Benet interview was great. Surprised how humble he is - and how willing he is to explain and breakdown how complex things work.

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