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Title says it all. I'm a mid level developer, but as I move more into senior roles, I know I want to take a more technical lead on projects, with the hope of moving into a technical side cofounder role. How to pick the right startup, at the right time?
I mean its either this or a big money jump to FAANG or fintech as a senior. ...
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Delfast Inc. was founded in 2014 in Ukraine by Daniel Tonkopiy and Serhii Denysenko. A smart electric bike development company, Delfast manufactures efficient and eco-friendly vehicles that meet both commuting and professional needs of a rider. Their e-bike also happens to hold the Guinness World Record Holder for the longest distance on a single c ...
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Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast (now on Twitter!), where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. Myself, along with Danny and Natasha had a lot to get through, and more to say than expected. A big thanks to Chris for cutting the show down to size. Now, what did we get […]
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I'm a long time programmer and like you, I've developed a number of "micro" startups which go through customer validation, and creation of a MVP, but usually fizzle out before any customers actually pay for the product.. I'd really appreciate any resources that you have on how I can learn to generate leads, even the basics. Books, articles, webinar ...
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As indicated in the title, I was heartbroken by the breakup but decided to work on something to keep myself busy. I've gone over more than 20k messages on whatsapp, the script itself does a wide range of text analysis, from simple stats such as how many each one had texted to a bit more complicated ones such as sentiment analysis, topic extractions ...
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We’re excited to announce an update to the Extra Crunch Partner Perk from Zendesk. Starting today, annual and two-year Extra Crunch members that are new to Zendesk, and meet their startup qualifications, can now receive six months of free access to Zendesk’s Sales CRM, in addition to Zendesk Support Suite, Zendesk Explore and Zendesk Sunshine. […]
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Facebook’s dating feature expands after a regulatory delay, we review the new Amazon Echo and President Donald Trump has an on-the-nose Twitter password. This is your Daily Crunch for October 22, 2020. The big story: Facebook Dating comes to Europe Back in February, Facebook had to call off the European launch date of its dating […]
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Geocoding startup what3words — which chunks the world into 3mx3m squares, giving each a unique three-word label to simplify location sharing — has nabbed another in-vehicle integration, via a partnership with Here Technologies. The pair said today that OEMs using Here’s navigation platform can include what3words as an in-car nav feature directly th
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Ryan Hoover / Product Hunt: Product Hunt announces founder of Mino Games and angel investor Josh Buckley as its new CEO  —  Today we're introducing the new CEO of Product Hunt.  But first, the backstory...  The last seven years have been the most challenging and rewarding of my life and career.
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The average annual pay raise in the United States was only 3.1% and that was the highest it had been since 2008. The inflation rate for that same year was 2.3%, which means the average person only had a net increase of 0.8% in their actual purchasing power. It is a commonly accepted fact that job-hopping is a much faster way to increase your salary ...
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Yes, the media f’ing gorged on the Quibi story yesterday. We did, they did, everyone did. And really, truly, how could anyone not? Nearly $2 billion came in (with $350 million heading back), a star-studded lineup of executives and production teams, an absolutely massive advertising campaign, and a PR strategy that all but begged the […]
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Is there a company or way for me to have a business address somewhere? My operations are 100 percent online and I don’t want to use my home address as a business address. Also, it’s getting quite troublesome that I have to check the UPS every day for mail. ...
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The venture capital industry’s comeback from fear in Q1 and parts of Q2 to Q3 greed is worth understanding. To get our hands around what happened to private capital in 2020, we’ve taken looks into both the United States’ VC scene and the global picture this week. Catching you up, there was lots of private […]
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It’s only been a few months since Lili announced its $10 million seed round, and it’s already raised more funding — namely, a $15 million Series A. The startup, founded by CEO Lilac Bar David and CTO Liran Zelkha, is creating a bank account and associated products designed for freelancers, with features like early access […]
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I work at a startup — it’s just over a year old. Love the people, work and mission of the company...only thing is, payroll is always late as fuck.
Right now we are going on a month and 5 days, and this is not new. He said he has been dealing with the bank flagging his accounts and not letting him access money (which maybe??) but it’s been a “ba ...
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Hi all!
As a fairly new startup with only a handful of clients on our SaaS platform, we want to make sure our method of logging for tech support and business insights is good before we scale. We have some basic logging going for our application to AWS Cloudwatch; however it's already becoming difficult to conceptualise how we're going to run ana ...
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Long story short, I lost almost everything because of the pandemic in New York and I just started a small business selling handcrafted snack. I can't afford to open a store so I made an online shop first. Hope things get well, I can only sell and ship within New York States now because of Home Processing regulation. The snack I make is a nougat-lik ...
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By Dharmesh Shah , Co-Founder & CTO at HubSpot Pricing is a feature of your customer experience. Brian Halligan, HubSpot’s CEO, often says: “It’s not what you sell, it’s how you sell.” If you’re scaling a SaaS company, your product matters. This is pretty well understood. But today, companies win and lose based on their customer experience — and th ...
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Facebook has been making a big play to be a go-to partner for small and medium businesses that use the internet to interface with the wider world, and its messaging platform WhatsApp, with some 50 million businesses and 175 million people messaging them (and more than 2 billion users overall), has been a central part […]
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