Interesting talk addressing the challenges of finding product market fit, in the form of a case study about Weebly . It’s worth the 1h you will spend listening, if you are into this kind of stuff. The transcript and slides can be found on the Startup School’s website.
Managing a 100% remote company
This video about Gitlab was posted recently and is a very interesting case-study on how a company can normally function while having all of its employees working remotely.
Making it in Madeira
Living outside of the big cities or big technology/financial hubs sometimes is the synonym of being left out of everything whats going on and being far away of many opportunities for your own professional development. On these places the ecosystem is vibrant with lots of events and meetups, either focused on networking or to share […]
Tribes and Startups
Yesterday I’ve read a very interesting post, on the blog “onStartups“, about the different roles you can find in a tribe and how that structure can be compared to today’s startups. For me the great value of article, is the explanation about how different people with different skills and backgrounds, are actually quite important to […]
Latest readings: Rework
In the end of 2010 i bought this book called “Rework”, written by some people from 37signals, but i didn’t had the time to read it till recently. After doing it, i just have to say that it is amazing, i never thought i would read a book about business like this one. They challenged […]