May 26, 2020

E16: Kyle Campbell, CTO.ai

Noah Labhart @nlabhart

Kyle Campbell is a native Canadian and high school dropout growing up in Nova Scotia. He’s been working with technology since he was eight years old. Learning computers, building websites, and even starting an online record label. A husband and a dad, he loves the outdoors, camping and motorbikes, and frequently hits the trails with a group of tight-knit campers. After moving into entrepreneurship post-high school, he worked his way up through the ranks of several companies in the Vancouver area, and founded his own companies along the way, one of which got acquired by Zillow. Post that Kyle started to consider the current complexity of the infrastructure and DevOps landscape, Cloud, Kubernetes containers, et cetera. So he set out with the mission to make DevOps successful, easy to use, and bring developer tools to where development happens by enabling developer shortcuts.

https://codestory.co/podcast/e16-kyle-campbell-cto-ai/

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