How engineers came to believe in narratives

Mustard's founder Ndubuisi and Chief Evangelist Andrew kick-off the podcast by speaking about the Mustard (formerly De Charles) genesis story. The story covers how geeky engineers obsessed with building products, came to experience and believe in the power of narratives.

Mustard’s founder Ndubuisi and Chief Evangelist Andrew kick-off the podcast by speaking about the Mustard (formerly De Charles) genesis story. The story covers how geeky engineers obsessed with building products, came to experience and believe in the power of narratives.

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