Code Story Review — August 2019
Hello! Welcome to the second monthly review of Code Story. In August, we released episodes with Alvaro Sabido and Jonathan Perichon.
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Code Story — E6: Jonathan Perichon, Checkr — codestory.co
Through a chance internship in LA, Jonathan Perichon made his way from France to the United States. In doing so, he fell in love with the culture and opportunity. After working for a startup requiring background checks for its users, he saw first hand how antiquated and slow the process can be. After about 6 months, he and his co-founder set off to build an API driven solution, facilitating the submission, reporting and workflow of background checks for candidate workers… and much more.
Code Story — E5: Alvaro Sabido, Caribu — codestory.co
When Alvaro Sabido saw a picture of someone in the military holding a book up to a webcam, attempting to read to their child back home, he set out to create a solution to integrate a video chat and a children’s book — and what would eventually be called Caribu.
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