Entries tagged startups in 2010
Take a look at http://lanyrd.com/places/san-fra...[... 29 words]
What are the main things a non-technical co-founder of a tech company should focus on while the site is still being developed?
Building the right product.[... 32 words]
If I’m bootstrapping a company and expect to get funding within months, what structure of company do VC’s look for? C Corp, S Corp, LLC?
Apparently a Delaware C Corp makes everything a whole lot easier once VCs are involved.[... 46 words]
Add it to lanyrd.com and make sure you list all of the speakers. Then anyone who signs in to Lanyrd and is following at least one of your speakers on Twitter will be told about your event.[... 59 words]
I haven’t been to GDC, but it’s a game development conference. SxSW interactive is almost entirely web stuff, so it would be a better fit for a web entrepreneur.[... 51 words]
Why is Java perceived as not cool for startups? We seem to be getting a lot of feedback lately that a startup should be using Ruby on Rails, PHP, Python, etc., if they want to be agile and iterate quickly.
You should re-evaluate your beliefs. Dynamic language programmers spend a great deal of time thinking about code quality and maintainability. TDD (and BDD), which I believe was first popularised within the Ruby community) are extremely widespread, and profiling and debugging tools are widely used and constantly improved. A strong test suite provides far more effective protection against bugs than static typing and an IDE.[... 152 words]
[... 27 words]
Would you recommend using Google Go with web.go, or Node.js for a new web server project which will involve high IO?
We’re trying to build exactly this with http://lanyrd.com/—not just for technology conferences, but they are definitely our largest niche.[... 208 words]
It depends on what you mean by “outsourcing”.[... 130 words]
What would the level of interest be in a “FailConf” where people shared their business and technology epic failures and lessons learned?
[... 36 words]
Anecdotal evidence from crowdsourcing style projects I’ve worked on tend to support the basic principle (if not the exact ratios). The vast majority of the work on projects I have been involved with ends up being performed by a tiny subset of highly active users.[... 60 words]
Quora isn’t one community, it’s thousands of separate communities—a community for each tag, and then a community for each user comprising their followers. As such, I think it will scale much better than the Stack Overflow community did, without needing to split out in to separate verticals.[... 64 words]