In this week’s episode we meet with Eric Goldman & Anthony Accomazzo. They demo their product Sync Inc, which lets users sync their Airtable base to a Postgres database to permit querying data using SQL.Read More
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In this episode we’re joined by cultural advocate, author, and operations specialist, Paul Matsushima. Paul showcases two bases for us, the first being a ledger to track annual financial transactions and the second base being a CRM to track contacts, campaigns, and communications.Read More
On today’s episode, we speak with William Porter, owner and principal developer of Rucksack Technology, writer, and photographer. His knowledge of database development makes for a great conversation about the pros and cons of Airtable’s interface and inner-workings.Read More
In this episode we talk with Jen Rudd. Jen specializes in automating repetitive processes and integrating software and platforms.Read More
For our third section of the 2020 Winter Series we revisit episode 6 with Justin Barrett. Justin has worked in many fields and has gained a ton of experience, and now uses Airtable in his personal and professional life. He shows us how he optimizes his bases to make them not only functional but user friendly.Read More
This week we talk with Nicole Dyers. Nicole is a genealogist and uses Airtable to keep track of her massive amounts of data. See how she organizes all of it and is able to link data together.Read More
To start off the Winter Series, we talk with James Jackson. James is a product designer and discusses how Airtable is one of the best design platforms. He also tells us about his Weekly Summary Base for tracking team projects.Read More
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- Eric Goldman & Anthony Accomazzo, Co-Founders of Sync Inc February 15, 2021In this week's episode we meet with Eric Goldman & Anthony Accomazzo. They demo their product Sync Inc, which lets users sync their Airtable base to a Postgres database to permit querying data using SQL.