Ep 29: Binary Noggin CEO Uses Code to Help People

Our guest today is Amos King, CEO of Binary Noggin, a team of software engineers and architects focused on building technically superior products.
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Our guest today is Amos King, CEO of Binary Noggin, a team of software engineers and architects focused on building technically superior products.

Founded in 2007, Amos and his team use their expertise in Elixir, Ruby, Phoenix, Nerves and other open source technologies to develop sustainable solutions. Binary Noggin uses Agile methodologies to test each iteration and introduce strategies that make the software development process more effective for companies’ long-term success.

Amos is an Agile practitioner who loves writing great code and helping others develop ingenious solutions across a broad range of verticals. A leading expert in emerging software languages, he approaches every project with curiosity and a collaborative mindset. As champion of Binary Noggin’s culture, Amos fosters integrity, trust and continual growth internally and among clients.

During our discussion, Amos also shares:

  • How his career started
  • How he followed the Dave Ramsey plan and saved money
  • How COVID affected his business
  • Who his typical client is
  • How they start on projects
  • What challenges he has in his business
  • What mistakes he has made in his business

Use the timestamps below to skip around to the specific topics you’d like to hear.

[0:48] – Meet Amos

[4:01] – How his career started

[8:11] – From St. Louis

[13:42] – Meetup group

[15:31] – Money in the account

[17:55] – COVID

[18:54] – Typical client

[21:28] – Starting projects

[24:49] – Challenges

[27:41] – Noggin Day

[29:24] – Mistakes

[35:22] – Contact Amos

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Bernie Wurts

Since 1994, Bernie Wurts has been working with individuals and business owners to help them map out their retirement and succession plan.

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