Posted on February 16, 2017
Sales is a soft skill and engineering is a hard one. So why is sales easier to measure?
As you would expect, we talk a lot about performance management at work. I recently shared an article from Professor Beekums that talked about development measurement. My astute co-founder asked a very on point question:
The (Almost) Universality of the $onInit Lifecycle Callback in AngularJS
AngularJS 1.x's Component functionality brought with it new lifecycle callbacks that are not restricted to controllers within Components. full post »
Make a product decision, reduce the size of your potential market
Adding product features increases the size of the addressable market at the expense of the potential one. full post »
SDR Value Calculator: How to determine if a Sales Development Rep will bring value to your company
Does your organization generate enough leads and close enough deals to benefit from an SDR? This calculator can help you estimate the numbers you'll need.
Equity Calculator: Is it even possible for this startup deal to make me rich?
Looking at an early stage deal? Find out how much that early equity stake grows with the business.
The Return to VIM
“I’ve come full circle in my choice of text editor. After 10 years away, I’m back on VIM” full post »
7 days to build a form: The reality of being post-MVP
Achieving product-market fit begins the post-MVP but pre-scale stage of a startup. full post »
Code Schools are the Payday Loan of Software Development
Just like Payday Loans, code schools offer a short term benefit with a high cost. full post »
Disrupted - Dan Lyons' ill fated trip through the startup world
I enjoyed reading Lyons' take on our startup world and found that it lead to some interesting discussions around the office. full post »
Startup Riot 2008-2016
Startup Riot was a grassroots pitchfest that celebrated young companies. full post »