The Coda Growth Squad

Nick Cobane

Sales Ops & Strategy, Go-to-Market Operations
I love to make:
Unnecessarily complicated recipes
Risky investments using financial instruments I only loosely understand
I collaborate best when:
I’ve had time to digest a pre-read
There is room for asynchronous follow-ups
I’m always excited to share:
Overzealous opinions of restaurants
Pictures of my dog looking dumb and/or beautiful
This year, I want to discover:
Sea foraging
A good bagel in San Francisco
My favorite Coda building block:
Templates! Cribbing other people’s hard work is the real secret to success and using ‘/’ commands to do it makes me feel like a l33t hacker. E.g. /unbiased voting :
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Why are we doing it this way?
It’s a new process but it’s faster than the previous way we used to handle it (by 25%).
Can we make this meeting longer?
We tried that already and we didn’t accomplish anything more.
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My favorite published doc:
- It’s video poker in a doc; what’s not to love?
GIF that describes my process:
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