Eric Sink

Eric Sink

Eric Sink is the author of Eric Sink on the Business of Software and Version Control by example. He is the founder of SourceGear, a source control system vendor. He also founded the AbiWord project, and lead the team that built the SpyGlass browser, now known as “Internet Explorer”. He’s the first to have coined the term “Micro-ISV”. This is his talk about selling Teamprise to Microsoft in 2010.

Talks by Eric Sink

Things I learnt in selling Teamprise to MicrosoftSeptember 2010
Product ManagementSeptember 2008

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