Lessons from Running a Startup with Founder Brian Faber

In today’s episode of “Work in Programming ‘’, we have Brian Faber who is the CTO and Co-Founder of Mayday. We talk about Brian’s journey of teaching himself programming, skipping university, and landing his first major development project to build Game Boy Advanced games. We also venture into his learnings building his start-up, Mayday.

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What’s it actually like working on a product team in tech? Each episode, Matthew interviews folks from all facets of the tech industry. We’ll be interviewing developers, product managers, scrum masters, and managers what their day to day is like, what practices keep their team r

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