Business of DevOps —1 min read
When is software "done"?

"When will it be done?" they ask. "When can we stop paying developers to maintain this software?"

Business of DevOps —2 min read
Why?

Why are you reading this? Why do people read what you write?

Business of DevOps —41 min episode
Tiny DevOps episode #33 Emily Omier — How to "sell" open-source

Does your company produce open-source software? Are you considering doing so? Emily Omier helps open-source startups with product positioning, and today she joins me to discuss how you can position your open-source project, if you have one, and help you decide if you should have one.

Business of DevOps —29 min episode
Tiny DevOps episode #29 Rob Walling — Does "DevOps" Matter to Investors?

Rob Walling, co-founder of the TinySeed accelerator for bootstrapped SaaS companies, joins me to discuss what investors and potential acquirers look for in the technology they're investing in.

Business of DevOps —41 min episode
Tiny DevOps episode #23 Ashleigh Cornelius — On a Mission To Connect With Local Businesses

Ashleigh Cornelius is the founder of Localise, a UK-based startup on a mission to bring consumers together with local, independent businesses. We talk about the vision and story of Localise, and some of the challenges he's faced as a (mostly) non-technical founder building a technology startup.

Business of DevOps —28 min episode
Tiny DevOps episode #16 Lukas Vermeer — Can small companies do effective A/B testing?

In this episode I speak with Lukas Vermeer, former head of experimentation at Booking.com, and currently working with Vista. He answers the question of whether A/B testing makes sense in small companies and startups, and with small numbers of customers. We also discuss the broader topic of experimentation in general, and applying the scientific method to business development.

Business of DevOps —33 min episode
Tiny DevOps episode #11 Mike Taber — Doing DevOps as a Single Founder

Mike Taber is the single founder of Bluetick.io, the SaaS which automates email follow-ups. In this episode, we talk about his life as the single Dev, single Ops, single Marketing, and single everything else in his company.