Tagged In lean startup :
As a student looking for internships, two points that mattered most to me were finding a place with great mentors and finding a place where I could build strong relationships. Two months into my internship at Wealthfront, I’ve looked back to evaluate whether I achieved my goals. To me, the most beneficial aspect of the […]
Damon Edwards was kind enough to post his video of me giving my talk about Wealthfront at the dev2ops meetup at Box.net. Enjoy!
Tuesday night I gave a talk at Box.net for the DevOps crowd. It was a lot of fun and folks seemed to enjoy it. Mostly it was about being a lean startup and the code we’ve written to stay lean. I’ve uploaded my slides to Slideshare if you’re interested: Scaling(?) at Wealthfront View more presentations […]
This morning we had the pleasure to present at the Lean Startup Stage at SXSW. We presented our case study on lessons learned in Agile, continuous deployment and creating high performing teams. Wouldn’t you love to build and deploy your software at impressive speed? We’ve just heard Eric speaking about maximizing the time through the […]
A few weeks ago, as part of our “Lean Startup for Geeks” series of talks, we hosted Miško Hevery. Miško, who has inspired countless engineers to test effectively, spoke about the Psychology of Testing. Enjoy his slides and a recording of his presentation! Check out our next talk in the “Lean Startup for Geeks” series […]
We’re excited to have Steve Blank in our next Wealthfront Lean Startup event on February 18 at Wealthfront HQ in Palo alto. Steve’s talk “Why Fighter Pilots Run Startups” will be about why startups are not small versions of large companies. Steve Blank is a retired serial entrepreneur, founding and/or part of 8 startup companies […]