As I’ve been curating all of Atlanta’s Tech Startup Blogs, I’ve noticed something that separates the top of the pack from everyone else: consistency. Every. Single. Day. It’s funny that we talk all about startups as being a learning machine and experiment machine rather than a “business”, because no two … Keep reading >>>
The unemployment rate for a decent software developer in Atlanta is zero. The demand for quality software developers is booming as Atlanta quickly becomes one of the top five tech startup cities in the US. I have lived the scarcity of software development resources first hand over the past several … Keep reading >>>
I’ve used Blogger for a long, long time for my personal blogging, including 87 posts that chronicled our adoption of our children from Kazakhstan in 2005. But 2005 was a long, long time ago, and Blogger really just hasn’t grown or otherwise improved much since then. Yes, it’s still … Keep reading >>>
15 people enjoyed the Firehouse Subs at StartupChowdown and then stayed to enjoy a great session of Pitch Practice. Here’s who pitched.
- Better Charities – When you donate, we let you see where your money goes.
- Parkent Cycles – secure docking stations for your bike.
- SafelyStay – put trust
Here’s a (non-exhaustive) list of Atlanta Tech Startup Blogs in alpha order. Raise your hand if you’re not here. Seriously, if you don’t see your favorite Atlanta Tech & Startup Blog listed, please tell me. I’m personally blown away by the sheer number if high quality blogs from Atlanta. … Keep reading >>>
After attending Saddington‘s first Human Capital & Culture meetup this morning, and reading Lindsay‘s post of her experiences with the culture-first model, I want to paint a picture via a simple analogy of how any company’s culture is built, from the beginning. The analogy is a brick house, … Keep reading >>>
I’ve worked for about a dozen companies since I started working at age 12. “Company culture” as something that can and should be intentionally created and maintained is not something that was part of my vocabulary until just recently. My mindset has always been “get it done, and have fun … Keep reading >>>