Jordi Romero discusses his background in programming, starting with creating applications for his father's architecture office and eventually becoming a freelancer, specializing in web development and creating a time tracking application.
The speaker discusses their journey of self-employment, discovering their passion for programming, and the importance of open source projects in gaining valuable experience and collaboration opportunities.
The speaker discusses their journey of starting a software business, raising money, and growing their team, reflecting on their decision to start in Barcelona instead of San Francisco and the changing ecosystem in Barcelona.
The speaker discusses their journey from programmer to CEO, learning about integrating technology with business, forming partnerships, and ultimately selling the company, emphasizing the importance of curiosity and continuous growth.
The speaker discusses their experience at Redwood and how they realized they needed to start their own company focused on software for companies due to their lack of influence and passion for the project, leading to the creation of Factorial.
The speaker discusses the process of starting a business, the challenges faced, and the importance of gaining users for validation, leading to their current success with a large team and high turnover.
Having a strong team, defining company culture, and seeking knowledge are crucial for success; personal relationships, communication, and hobbies are also important; being an entrepreneur and having a child is possible and motivating.
The speaker discusses the importance of being open-minded, seeking inspiration from various sources, and connecting with like-minded individuals in order to have ideas and be successful as an entrepreneur.
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "El origen de Factorial con Jordi Romero - Podcast 122" by Itnig