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Alex Yaseen

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An interview with Alex Yaseen

The Visual Developers Podcast

0:22 - Episode begins1:40 - Notion’s API is coming soon?2:31 - Notion.vip Newsletter4:13 - Bubble’s new integration with Slack6:10 - Marcel’s tweet / #UnpopularOpinion10:16 - Nelson Abalos Jr (PixelGeek) has launched his community!11:00 - Webflow has updates to Alt Text12:57 - Zapier now has Zap Details!14:30 - Why Ben’s leaving Integromat for Zapier18:15 - Ben’s making a cloneable site that helps share + tweet about social issues

1hr 1min

4 Sep 2020

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Parabola: No-Code Data Workflows with Alex Yaseen

Software Daily

Every company has a large number of routine data workflows. These data workflows involve spreadsheets, CSV files, and tedious manual work to be done by a knowledge worker. For example, data might need to be taken from Salesforce, filtered for new customers, and piped into Mailchimp. Or perhaps you need to sort all your customers to find only the ones who have spent more than $50.These data workflows might require some basic knowledge of SQL, or an understanding of how to make an API request. Not everyone knows how to execute these technical commands. A software company can be slowed down due to a shortage of technical analysts who have the necessary programming skills to build these data workflows.Parabola is a low-code tool for building data workflows. Parabola lets the user drag and drop different components together to build an application without using a programming language. Parabola lowers the technical barrier for knowledge workers who want to build these kinds of data workflows. Alex Yaseen is the CEO of Parabola, and he joins the show to talk about the ideas behind Parabola and his goals with the company. parabola.ioparabola.io/careersTwitter: @alexyaseen

26 Feb 2020

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Parabola: No-Code Data Workflows with Alex Yaseen

Business and Philosophy

Every company has a large number of routine data workflows. These data workflows involve spreadsheets, CSV files, and tedious manual work to be done by a knowledge worker.  For example, data might need to be taken from Salesforce, filtered for new customers, and piped into Mailchimp. Or perhaps you need to sort all your customers to find only the ones who have spent more than $50. These data workflows might require some basic knowledge of SQL, or an understanding of how to make an API request. Not everyone knows how to execute these technical commands. A software company can be slowed down due to a shortage of technical analysts who have the necessary programming skills to build these data workflows. Parabola is a low-code tool for building data workflows. Parabola lets the user drag and drop different components together to build an application without using a programming language. Parabola lowers the technical barrier for knowledge workers who want to build these kinds of data workflows. Alex Yaseen is the CEO of Parabola, and he joins the show to talk about the ideas behind Parabola and his goals with the company.  Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com Show Notes parabola.io parabola.io/careers Twitter: @alexyaseen The post Parabola: No-Code Data Workflows with Alex Yaseen appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

55mins

26 Feb 2020

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The Rise of Devsumer/No-Code with Ilya Sukhar and Alex Yaseen

Village Global's Venture Stories

Erik is joined on this episode by Ilya Sukhar (@ilyasu) of Matrix Partners and formerly of Parse, and Alex Yaseen (@alexyaseen), co-founder and CEO of Parabola.They start by talking about what exactly “devsumer” is and why it’s important. They discuss some of the biggest names in the space and how these tools are enabling people who are not engineers to have the kind of leverage that engineers typically enjoy. Ilya and Alex talk about the trends in the space and what they would be looking for if they were running a venture fund focused on devsumer. They discuss some of the common pitfalls founders face and some of the unique forces at play in this market. They talk about why people get excited about what they can build with the tools and how they intersect with some of the more developer-focused applications that exist.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Venture Stories is brought to you by Village Global and is hosted by co-founder and partner, Erik Torenberg. Colin Campbell is our audio engineer and the show is produced by Brett Bolkowy.

37mins

21 Apr 2019

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