Thanks to this website tear down that we asked our new friends Brecht Palombo and Scott Yewell at the ‘Bootstrapped with Kids‘ podcast we just noticed that we don’t actually say that Business of Software is a Conference, in Boston, on our homepage (among many other things). We don’t even say why people might want to come.
You can see the site tear-down here and feel free to weigh in with your thoughts too.
We are in the process of rebuilding the website, blog and other bits of the Business of Software community so we have made a quick temporary fix, settling on the utterly modest line, ‘3 days of peer learning for leaders of the world’s best software businesses‘, as a start.
This was a very helpful reminder to us that we must never stop thinking about things from the customer’s or prospect’s perspective but we did wonder if there was anything else that we should be doing/not doing/supporting through the site?
We will, at the very least, recognise the contributions of others but this is also a good chance to let us know about tools you believe in that you think we, and our community, will find useful. Who knows, we might be your next customer? For more details see.
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