Year: 2024

What tacos taught me about process optimization

On a recent work trip, I found myself in a taco restaurant near Madison Square Garden. While...

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What’s happiness got to do with IT? Probably a lot more...

Frederick Taylor, seeing the matrix in 1911 When Frederick Taylor looked at workers, he saw machines. The...

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Cybersecurity is a wicked learning environment

I recently rediscovered a post on Daily Dave from Halvar Flake. In it, he eloquently describes what some of us...

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Here’s why startups need to think about security from the beginning

Launching a startup can make you feel like a sea turtle hatchling—there’s danger everywhere, and most don’t...

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The art of choosing tech for your startup: Build, buy, or...

Is it better to build new tech from scratch, buy an existing product, or use an open-source...

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Navigate the Startup Tornado: A guide to crafting effective job descriptions

With apologies to Sharknado, sometimes being in a startup is like trying to build a house while...

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A Founder’s Take: Navigating Building Products in the New Generative AI...

A few months ago, while co-founding Fixify, I was struck with fear (which is rare, given how...

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Theodore Roosevelt and ChatGPT

In September of 1901, while touring the Worlds Fair in Buffalo New York, then President McKinely was...

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