Ever wanted to meet the development team of a Web 2.0 startup? Well, here’s your chance. We talk with Zillow’s development team and get a look a their new API that you can use to build Zestimates into your own sites.
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8 Responses to “Meet the developer brains behind Zillow”
[…] Got a few cool videos up today on ScobleShow. First, a couple from my tour through Zillow. There’s the dev team (sorry the audio was a bit bad at first, but it gets better after the first few minutes) where we talk about what development trends inside the Web 2.0 business and then we meet the CFO and talk about a range of things about Zillow’s business. That dude is smart. […]
[…] Robert Scoble visited the Zillow offices several weeks ago, right before the Blog Business Summit. He posted two videos filmed during his visit on the Scoble Show today–one with our CFO & VP of Marketing, Spencer Rascoff, and another with 4 of our talented developers. […]
Thanks for the insights into a burgeoning company with an interesting product. You asked some provocative questions to which the Zillow team seemed forthcoming with their responses.
Keep up the good work - Not only do we get fresh insights into the “edgy” and often mainstream companies but your sense of enthusiasm and passion bleed through your video and blog postings. Thanks again - Brandon
One point in particular, this is the first of your interviews I’ve seen that included multiple people and the Zillow Dev Team did a great job at speaking one a time and encouraging participation by each of the various dev team.
[…] I wish I were still in Seattle (just got back to Half Moon Bay from Seattle) but tomorrow if you’re there you should drop by Zillow for lunch tomorrow. They have the best view of any startupbeen to (and I’ve been to a lot). You’ll meet these guys, if you go. Filed under: blogging @ 2:01 pm# […]