Serial Entrepreneur, Co-founded multi million dollar companies with successful exits, avid reader, passionate about education.
My team is currently evaluating Okta and I'm trying to understand if it does things that GSuite does not do and if / when we really need it.
Yea totally and I just noticed my typo, we've used google sheets as our backend directly :) comes in handy.
Totally second that! Was waiting for someone to mention Miro, I've also demo'd it with a large touch screen television and it's awesome as a remote collaboration tool.
Totally, there are bankers in my family who tell me how things used to be and how computers changed things around so much in a good way, despite their fear of otherwise. Other than that we've used…
The Skype idea is a good one!
More of a pulse of what's out there mostly and also check out UI / UX patterns. Sometimes I find things I can use.
My homepage is set to product hunt, it's nice to see check out and discover new products :)
I've used spreadsheets to build a model for our business and forecast how we will do given the current numbers and course correct sooner rather than later. Helped me and my team focus and hit our…
Yes! I had the exact same thought of matching it with Clearbit. Will get to that once we're done completing our data stream.
We've identified tools that can serve as proxies to identify the need for the product we are building and to also help us identify potential users. With the list we've got we're working backwards to…
We decided to give it a shot and it's been pretty good. It's quite useful as a discovery platform to get an understanding of how and how much a tool is being used.
It's good so far, will add…
Given a chicken/egg scenario of building a 2-sided marketplace comprising of demand and supply. Which side would you address first? Or is there a different way of looking at this problem?
We are thinking of getting an account on BuiltWith to get insights into usage of tools and libraries on the web. If you have used it, would you recommend it / suggest alternatives?
Nesting can make things a bit complicated.
Ease of use, being able to do multiple things in once place versus too many things all over the place.