Growing a Fintech Unicorn: Alex Tonelli's Anthology of Lessons Learned. During our conversation, he shared the lessons he learned as a young founder navigating the hurdles of building a fintech startup. As well as actionable tips on product, funding and hiring.
The big tech companies aren’t invincible. The tech giants — Google, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook — have advantages that they don't hesitate to wield against competitors.
It all began when my college informed us that they want an Internship certificate. So my reaction is What? I don’t want to do that tedious stuff, rather than I should do a startup.
I don’t know about you but in my view, work culture seems to have taken a 360- degree turn since the time I got into the workforce in 2012. For years before that, I saw people stay in the same job for years.
He’s kind of a big deal, you know. Neil Patel has been a constant in digital marketing and e-commerce space for a long time now — sharing advice to the world on what it takes to achieve online success.
College is a great place, you make new friends, try new things, and have no shortage of homework. During my freshman year at Iowa State, aside from doing normal college things, I spent my time learning as much as possible about how people have made technology solve problems for society and everything that goes into making these ideas a reality
AA few months ago, I had an idea for a SaaS product while on vacation. As soon as I got back, I made a list of to-dos and started going through it to bring my vision to life. This article outlines some of the issues I faced and the lessons I learned.Needless to say, developers enjoy writing code — and being a typical developer, I jumped straight to just that. Within a day or two, I had a super basic MVP. But there was a problem, the API I was using to power my core service tracked usage costs in fractional dollars and my payment back-end used cents (arguably a more ergonomic way to handle money and better at avoiding rounding errors).
10 things I did to get Digital Press off the ground (eventually growing to 20 full-time employees, 60+ clients, and 7-figures in revenue).
Ifyou’ve been programming for longer than a hot minute, you know the fun of going deep into a new project. You get to start from scratch, with no dead weight or legacy code.
all of these things are important to a successful business, but they are not what makes a company successful. What is it?
Not another React tutorial, but a Manifesto on Code Reusability. “After a few months, it became apparent to both of us (Marc Andreessen) that AOL saw itself as more of a media company than a technology company.”
*This interview first appeared in my newsletter here. Sign up to be the first to read all my interviews here.* Ryan Hoover is the founder and CEO of Product Hunt.
How (Not) To Mismanage Artificial Intelligence In A Startup. My learnings from the trenches of machine learning and early stage startups.
Summary from an Ask Me Anything session from a section leader in Stanford’s Code In Place program. I recently had the pleasure to serve as a section leader.
Less than a decade ago, we could only dream of being able to spend five minutes on a job that required 10 hours to complete. All we could hope for was a magic wand. Cargo dancing with tambourines could also help, but there was no guarantee (pun intended).
The first is: Are you sure you need AI? Top lessons from Google UX Experts and other helpful tips for your next AI venture
An end-to-end guide on the power of Forwardable Emails, with strategy, rationale, and examples to help build your unfair advantage. Let's dive into The Entrepreneur’s Unsung Superpower: Forwardable Emails
Docker was (and still is) a fantastic developer productivity tool, probably the most momentous change after the introduction of Linux. Then VCs came and gave them $300M: it truly was the beginning of the end.
Building a Data Team in a Startup. What is a data team, when does a company need it, how I formed a data team, and recommendations to form the team.
This may actually be one of the best times in history to raise early-stage capital.