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Notes Essays —CS183C: Technology-enabled Blitzscaling — Stanford University, Fall 2015 — Medium
The theory and basis of this class is that Silicon Valley is special because we have a lot of experience and operational knowledge about scaling companies — which is coined as Blitzscaling by Reid Hoffman and Chris Yeh.
technology  tech  blitzscaling  scaling  SiliconValley  startup  class  course  online  free  Stanford  ReidHoffman  JohnLilly  ChrisYeh  AllenBlue  business  startups  scale  org  agile  organization  company  corp  corporation  administration 
january 2016 by rafaeldff
Chet Haase's Blog: Consumer JRE: Leaner, Meaner Java
We have several outstanding issues with Java as a consumer desktop platform... The good news is that we are aware of these issues. The better news is that we're working on the problems. The best news is that we are close to solutions and intend to delilve
blog  post  ChetHaase  Java  JRE  JavaSE  desktop  applet  development  consumer  ConsumerJRE  JDK  6  Java6  jvm  launch  startup  quickstart  kernel  JavaKernel 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
A Chat with Aaron Swartz
Aaron talks about how work begun on reddit and how he was subsequently fired, about Chomky and politics, and about prejudices in the tech community.
interview  AaronSwartz  reddit  YCombinator  politics  technology  wikipedia  CC  CreativeCommons  startup  founder  prejudice  misoginy  racism 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
SmugBlog: Don MacAskill » Blog Archive » Server Analysis - Sun victory!
SmugMug CEO decides that Sun provided the best value among server vendors. Also, interesting dicussion of pros and cons.
blog  post  Sun  server  system  systems  hardware  market  SmugMug  startup 
february 2007 by rafaeldff
Y Combinator: Startup Library
Nice compilation of online articles on startups and entrepreneurship by Y Combinator (Paul Graham's fund).
list  catalog  article  articles  essay  essays  YCombinator  paulgraham  startup  economics  business  entrepreneurship  entrepreneur  company  management  startups  tech  technology  web2.0  readinglist 
october 2006 by rafaeldff
O'Reilly Radar > Where Does The Apple Stop And The Worm Begin?
The role of ISVs when their platform evolves into their market. Or, to put it another way, shut up whining that "my OS just bundled the only cool feature I ever made" and work harder and faster (that's what is so cool about being small, isn't it?) that th
blog  post  article  O'Reilly  Radar  nat  NathanTorkington  oreilly  business  startup  tech  technology  market  economy  platform 
august 2006 by rafaeldff

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