You can learn more about my background . Feel free to with any questions. Briefly, I've had a 40-year run in technology, developed 16 products (mostly software), won some awards, created and sold a few companies, developed more than 50 million customers along the way, and all of it largely began in 1980 with . For me, Airtable is simply the dBase of this decade. Airtable Discussion Topics For this podcast we'll likely drift a bit, but these are the general guideposts. I tend to look at and this philosophy doesn't stop with Airtable. I like to explore the edges of all technologies and when I do, it leads me to discover unique opportunities to do things a bit differently. Coding in a "Code-Free" Database The irony does not escape me "Code-free" is code for "potentially limiting" Modern apps and innovation tend to require a little code Data Scaling and Search in Airtable Apps Workers spend 1.8 hours every day — 9.3 hours per week, on average — searching and gathering information. Search is not so simple ( ) If you had an index of all your Airtable data, where would you feel comfortable storing it? Our perception of search requirements are woefully underestimated Script Blocks and Why They Matter (Greatly) Opportunistically Integrated Airtable and Data Science We don't leverage data well Machine learning is very difficult, but certainly possible
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