a16z Podcasting with Sonal Chokshi
The a16z Podcast is a show that is produced by Andreessen Horowitz, an investment fund based in Silicon Valley. The a16z Podcast covers topics including software engineering, biology, media, cryptocurrencies and entrepreneurship. A16z is one of the most popular podcasts about technology.
Sonal Chokshi is the editor in chief at Andreessen Horowitz and the showrunner for the a16z podcast. For five years, she has been interviewing entrepreneurs, engineers, artists, and investors, exploring how software has increasingly impacted our lives and transformed society.
The success of the a16z Podcast is largely a result of Sonal’s high editorial standards and her ability to ask the right questions and drive conversations in fruitful directions. Much of the content of Software Engineering Daily has been shaped by a16z, and I have listened to every single episode.
Sonal Chokshi joins today’s show for a conversation about podcasting and technology. Sonal shares her beliefs for why the podcast medium has taken off, and describes how her background in education, ethnography, and technology has shaped the completely distinct voice and flavor of the a16z Podcast.
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