I came into the software world at the crossroads of the change from waterfall to agile. Most of my older colleagues had spent their careers in waterfall: writing detailed requirements, building comprehensive designs, writing code that adhered closely to the
All early stage entrepreneurs get asked this question at some point in their venture: do you have product market fit? It’s a simple question that investors and advisors use to assess the risk in a business. But unfortunately, it’
This afternoon I gave a talk at StartMIT, a 2 1/2 week course that is held each January to introduce MIT students to entrepreneurship. The topics covered by the program include everything from fund raising to team building to
I met Carol Schutlz in 2013 when my startup, CloudHealth Technologies, was still in its earliest phases. Our small team was actively hiring across all functions, and Carol offered to partner with us to find top talent. I have worked
A couple weeks ago Keith Cline and I got together for a chat on the Venturefizz podcast. Keith and Venturefizz were early partners of CloudHealth Technologies, helping us recruit key early talent and establish our employment brand in the Boston
I recently came across my original pitch deck for CloudHealth Technologies. It was like finding a time capsule in the ground, perfectly preserving a moment from when CloudHealth was a one-person business fueled by nothing more than hopes and dreams.