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Why you should give a Lightning Talk

This is a guest post from Joe Corkery. Joe is Vice President of Business Development at OpenEye Scientific Software in Cambridge, MA. Remarkably, Joe has been with OpenEye for nearly 13 years helping it grow from 3 people to over 40 at last count. In an earlier life, Joe ran away from writing code to […]

In search of talent

This is a guest post from Ricardo D. Sanchez. Ricardo is a software engineer working for HomeAway in Austin, TX. He is an aspiring entrepreneur working nights and weekends on his software startup, Palo Software. He is also passionate about bringing techies and entrepreneurs together, something he is able to do with his blog and […]

Building an MVP in 10 days

This is a guest post from Joca Torres. Joca is the director of product development and product management at Locaweb, Brazil’s leader in web hosting, cloud servers and SaaS applications like email marketing and online stores, serving more than 250,000 customers. His first startup experience was in the early 1990s when he founded and ran […]

Why the hurry to launch an MVP?

This is a guest post from Joca Torres. Joca is the director of product development and product management at Locaweb, Brazil’s leader in web hosting, cloud servers and SaaS applications like email marketing and online stores, serving more than 250,000 customers. His first startup experience was in the early 1990s when he founded and ran […]

Guest Blog: Gregory Menvielle, Pyramedium – Why I’m attending BoS 2012.

A guest blog from Gregory Menvielle, CEO and Founder of Pyramediumand one of the smaller ISVs that come to Business of Software on a regular basis. We were happy to see Gregory when he came up to Cambridge recently to look at a Mummy (he is an Egyptologist in another life…). We love hearing stories […]

Business of Software – where entrepreneurship is catching apparently…

Anyone who has been to Business of Software will have bumped into our amazing camera guy, Lerone Wilson at some point in the course of the event. There was us thinking we were paying him to make those awesome Business of Software videos that you can view at your convenience post event but NO! In […]

Should you come to Business of Software if you are a small, bootstrapped business?

I thought this would be a good opportunity to run this guest blog from Stephen Kellett of Software Verify, prompted by a note I received this morning… I haven’t had permission to publish the details of the email so I have removed any personally identifiable information. The essence of the question though is, ‘Should bootstrapped businesses […]

Guest blog: Professor Noah Wasserman: The ‘When’ and ‘How’ of Letting Go of your Company.

Seems appropriate that one of the first guest blog posts on our new look site will be from one of the first speakers we recorded back at Business of Software 2008. Professor Noam Wasserman is professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the author of the recently-published Amazon bestseller The Founder’s Dilemmas: Anticipating […]

Today I quit my job to focus on my startup

Guest blog post from Dan Nolan who came to Business of Software and then quit his job to run his startup. Good luck Dan! I recently attended Business of Software in Boston, and at the conclusion of the event Paul Kenny asked everyone to make a tangible commitment to act on something they had learnt during the conference. My […]

“What’s Your Tuva?” Guest blog from Lisa Wells, Product Principles

A nice guest blog by Lisa Wells, Product Principles on this year's Lightning Talks. Every Fall for the last three years I’ve made a pilgrimage to absorb wisdom face-to-face from software greats like Seth Godin, Joel Spolsky, and Eric Ries at the Business of Software (BoS) conference. It’s an expensive conference, but it’s worth every penny to get […]

Inventing Purple Cows. Guest blog from Richard Muscat.

A guest blog from Richard Muscat, a designer and Head of User Experience at Red Gate Software. He studied creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship at the Edward de Bono Institute in Malta and seems to spend most of his time moving cats off his armchair. My upcoming workshop at Business of Software boldly claims that […]

Guest post: John Knox. Business of Software 2011 Scholarship – why don’t VCs support their entrepreneurs too?

A guest blog post from John Knox. Moving Average. A long time attendee at Business of Software, this year he has generously sponsored a scholarship for young entrepreneurs to attend the Business of Software Conference in Boston (24-26th October). Deadline is MIDNIGHT PST TIME TODAY! Business of Software 2011 Scholarship Peldi, CEO and Founderof Balsamiq […]

Guest blog: Practice your pitch workshop. Ricardo Sanchez.

A guest blog for Business of Software from Ricardo Sanchez, leader of Ontechies.com out of Austin who is organising, alongside Jason Cohen and Zuly Gonzalez, the, 'Practice your pitch workshops' at Business of Software in two weeks. (Some tickets still available if you are quick). Ricardo Sanchez: Would you like to pitch your startup to […]

Guest blog: A love letter to Business of Software

A guest blog from Patrick Foley who produced last week's entertaining, 'All hail the Wannapreneur!' video. Patrick is an ISV Architect Evangelist at Microsoft and co-founder of the Startup Success Podcast. http://patrickfoley.com/about/ We would be very interested in hearing from you if you wanted to write a post about how you can get the most from the […]

Business of software guest blog: All hail the wannapreneur!

Last week I adopted a word: http://www.savethewords.org/ You might want to adopt one too. My word was mingent. I was encouragd to use it where I could. I laughed so much watching this 2 minute video that I have the perfect opportunity to do just that. Not completely safe for work but enjoy. This is a guest post from Patrick […]

Guest blog: Zuly Gonzalez on Business of Software 2010

Sometimes other people can put things so eloquently it seems a shame not to share. We were thinking about some of the value that delegates at last year's Business of Software conference took from the event then Zuly Gonzalez at Light Point Security – Making browsing the web a safe, worry-free experience – posted her take. […]



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