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Daniel Gebler

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Episode 6 - Daniel Gebler

EU-Startups Podcast

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21 Sep 2020

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#04 with Daniel Gebler // CTO Picnic

alphalist.CTO Podcast - For CTOs and Technical Leaders

the durch supermarket unicornIn this episode of the Podcast Tobias is talking to Daniel Gebler, the CTO of the “dutch supermarket unicorn” Picnic about his story from the 4k Demo Scene to operating and growing picnic to a billion Euros marketcap and 5000+ employees.Topics we touch in this episode:- How Picnic works- Why they chose to build an app-only platform- Picnics secret sauce in data science, supply chain and fulfillment- How there business and tech literally exploded with Corona- His thoughts on MicroservicesAnd many more!Thanks a lot to Daniel, we had a great time!


25 Jun 2020

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S2 E20: Daniel Gebler, Picnic

Code Story

A resident of Amsterdam, Daniel Gebler found his way into tech through an artistic route – through creating demos, combining visuals and music through technology. A husband and Dad of 2, he enjoyed rock climbing, but mostly bouldering indoors – though he loves to go out in the trees with his friends when he can. After leading R&D at Fredhopper, he took several years to do research on large scale systems. Coming out of his research in 2015, he joined Picnic – the online supermarket delivering groceries directly to your home, free of charge.Today’s Sponsors:Ladder.sport – use code: BETTEREVERYDAY for 30% offPayoff.com/CODESTORY – pay off your credit card debtGo.RIMS.org/CODESTORY – to save 25% on a yearly membershipEpisode Resources:PicnicLeave us a review on Apple PodcastsAmazing tools we use:If you want the best publishing platform for your podcast, with amazing support & people – use Transistor.fmWant to record your remote interviews with class? Then, you need to use Squadcast.Code Story uses the 1-click product ClipGain, sign up now to get 3hrs of podcast processing time FREECredits: Code Story is hosted and produced by Noah Labhart, Co-produced and edited by Bradley Denham. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Google Play, Breaker, Youtube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/code-story/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands


23 Jun 2020

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Daniel Gebler - CTO at Picnic

Speed Change Repeat - Emerging Technology in Business

On today's episode we are hosting Daniel Gebler who currently is the CTO of Picnic, a company, which takes the experience of doing groceries online. They are the fastest growing Dutch scale up. With Daniel we talk about building out a data native company, what is the role of AI in their business, future of retail and education. He also warns us to be careful with the possibilities of AI. "We shouldn't do everything that is possible with AI" when referring to possibly knowing more about the customers' demand than the customer himself. You can subscribe and listen to the „Speed Change Repeat“ Podcast on Spotify and iTunes. We publish new episodes weekly on Thursdays hosting leaders from all industries on topics around Artificial Intelligence and Sustainability.


14 Feb 2020

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Daniel Gebler (CTO, Picnic)- CTOcast #30


- How a strong academic background contributes to the CTO role- Picnic: the modern milkman transforming urban distribution with technology- Why did Picnic start in the Netherlands?- A journey from MVP to platform at scale- Route optimization to minimize food miles- Growing from a small team to agile a scale- Data as enabler, driver and for continuous optimization- Picnic coins to incentivize tech team collaboration- Open source as a part of engineering culture- Recruitment as an engineering disciplinePicnic Tech Blog: https://blog.picnic.nl/Picnic Tech Stack: https://stackshare.io/companies/picnic-technologiesPicnic Tech Team: https://join.picnic.app/Picnic Open Source: http://picnic.tech/


11 Feb 2020

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How Picnic conquered the Dutch food market in a very short time - with Daniel Gebler, CTO Picnic & Stephan Schulze, CTO at Project A Ventures | PAP#054

Project A Podcast

What structures are necessary to face an extremely rapid company growth? How to overcome siloed organizational behavior and which technical systems can be recommended for analysis and management? Picnic is an online supermarket, that delivers groceries in the low-price segment directly to people’s homes without delivery costs. With this service they met a huge customer need and the company has been growing very fast since then. Due to this, they build up such an effective infrastructure that supported them to become a very successful company in the Netherlands in a very short time. Facing the challenges of this enormous growth from a team of 30 people up to a team of 3000 people, structural changes were indispensable. Daniel Gebler, CTO of picnic, explains what was needed regarding the products the company has, the organizational structure and the technical requirements. Find out in our podcast about how teams are organized around product clusters, how they work with a dual leadership model, how they define their KPI’s and also how they organize their data analytics. Guest: Daniel Gebler, CTO at Picnic Host:  Stephan Schulze, CTO at Project A Ventures Language: English RSS Feed:  http://project-a.libsyn.com/rss If you want to know more about Project A check out: Blog: https://insights.project-a.com Podcast: https://www.project-a.com/en/media/podcast Newsletter: https://www.project-a.com/en/media/newsletter


7 Jun 2019

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Daniel Gebler (Picnic) on everywhere commerce

TNW Conference

In this keynote we will show how a unique combination of IoT, AI, Drones and autonomous vehicles is forming the next generation of commerce. From mobile to voice interfaces, from manual to autonomous warehouses, from human operated to self-driving cars. The technology is there, pilots are in operation, and broad adoption is not far away. We will show how Picnic and other retailers are building logistic platforms that unlock the next generation of commerce experience.Full video: https://youtu.be/_gqqQy8oKjgAll about TNW Conference: https://tnw.to/conference


11 Jul 2018