Co-founder of Transistor.fm
Appears in 119 Episodes
The whole team is on the show! Jon, Helen, Jason, Josh, and Justin are on the mics to discuss our recent team retreat to Nashville, Tennessee. If you're wondering what...
This week Jon and Justin are joined by Marcella Chamorro. Previously, she worked in startup marketing but has recently transitioned to coaching founders and teams. We ...
Jon and Justin welcome Joshua Anderton to the Transistor team! Josh is an amazingly talented full-stack web developer (Laravel, Rails, Tailwind CSS, Alpine, and more!)...
Jon's back from his first real vacation in years. In this episode, we discuss how we've been removing inactive accounts on Transistor, SVB, Section 174, Revin is shutt...
Last week's episode hit a nerve! "The idea that every small software company in the world will be able to be in perfect compliance will every foreign federal, provinci...
Sales tax compliance: nobody in SaaS wants to talk about it. Jon and Justin tried to do something about it and it turned into a nightmare. According to Stripe Tax, the...
The whole Transistor team got together for a retreat in Montréal. Jon, Justin, Helen, and Jason chat about the experience. What should we talk about next? Twitter: @bu...
As a part of Transistor's 4-year anniversary, Jon and Justin answer your questions
Transistor celebrates 4 years since the launch
We got the whole band together: Helen and Jason join Jon and Justin to talk about what it's really like to work at TransistorHelen, Jason, Jon, Justin, all squeezed in...
Jon and Justin are reunited in the COVID capital of British Columbia
Jon and Justin record one last episode for 2021
We answer listener questions about bootstrapping, SaaS, and partnerships
Plus, what's with this summer SaaS slowdown?
What happened at Basecamp? We announce our first full-time team member. And: cost/benefit analysis.
And, evil crypto Teletubbies
Just the weirdness of it
2021 and still no flying cars
Justin lost his voice and sounds like Steve-O.
Justin is worried. Jon says "chill."
What do you do when you can't solve a problem on your own?
One of our competitors was acquired; what does that mean for us?
What happens when your SaaS grows 300% over the quarantine?
Resisting oppression and resisting being an oppressor
A quick update from Justin
Will we still be supporting Internet Explorer in a decade?
Simon is quitting his job and going full-time on SnapShooter
What do you do when a competitor steals your idea? (plus: Justin and Jon have the giggles).People in tech get bent out of shape about who owns certain ideas, UI patter...
Catching up with the real-life stuff that's going on
Bake that bread!