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Katie StaufferKatie is the Founder of Recode.
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Read moreKatie started her career as a programmer at Google in the late ’90s and is a frequent speaker at tech events.
Katie says she first started learning to code when she was 12 and had no idea what a programming language was.
She learned the basics quickly, but it took a few years for her to really figure out what was going on.
When she did, she realized there were lots of things that needed to be done in order to make things work.
“When you get a big company that’s a massive company, you know that it’s not just about a few thousand people, you need to have the resources to actually build that massive company,” Katie said.
That’s when Katie began researching and building the technology and business model that would eventually become Google.
Katie said she has learned a lot about what it takes to build a successful business, from the challenges of building a product from the ground up, to the benefits of having a big team, the challenges in getting your product out there, and how to navigate the world of technology.
Katy is also a fan of tech startups, which has led to a lot of questions from her peers about how she thinks startups can thrive.
“I think if you’re an entrepreneur, you have to think outside the box,” Katie told Recode in an interview.
“You can’t be an innovator and just be a little bit of a visionary and say, ‘Well, I’m going to build this great product.’
You need to be able to build something bigger than just that.
I think if people have that mentality, they can create a lot more.”
Katie’s experience is just one aspect of how she believes technology can help companies thrive.
She also believes technology is going to help change the way people experience the world.
“The more technology becomes part of our lives, the more we will be able be in touch with each other,” Katie explained.
“Technology is going the way of voice mail, the way we get emails, the ways we communicate.
Technology is going into every aspect of our daily lives.
So I think that’s going to have a big impact on how we live our lives.”
Katy also believes tech companies are the ones that will change the world, and that’s not a good thing.
She said that’s the way she sees it.
“I think the people who are actually driving the world are those who are really smart and have really invested in themselves and are really motivated to create a great product,” Katie added.
“They’re not just in it for the money.
They want to create something great.”
Katies experience in the tech industry has led her to think about how to take the best of technology and apply it to change the lives of others.
That includes how technology can be used to solve problems.
“Technology can be a powerful tool for people in a variety of different ways,” Katie noted.
“And it can be transformative in ways that we can’t even imagine.”
Kates experience as a developer has led Katie to think beyond the traditional way technology is used.
“It’s been incredibly rewarding to work on this project because I’ve learned so much about how technology is changing our world and changing the way that people interact with each another,” Katie concluded.
“We can’t continue to be complacent in this world, but we also can’t let technology stop us from being better.
We need to find new ways to do things that work.”
Recode’s Kara Swisher is the author of the new book, The Power of Product.
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Recode is the home of “Reality Check.”
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