Tag: sticky

Before you go to YC, read this essay from leanstack

Just as I’m getting prepared to complete my application to YC for dietician.ai, I stumbled upon leancanvas from leanstack.com and this 3-part essay titled In Search of Unicorns. Re: leancanvas…just wow.. what an awesome tool to put into my toolbox. I started using it right away and it immediately gave

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Decision Making – Three-Point vs 2×2

I love “nerding” out on scenario modelling, decision making, and spending time thinking about “how I think”. Often, I do those deep dives when faced with difficult decisions. Typically, the framework I go to is the Three-point Estimation technique (best case, worst case, likely case) which you can read more

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Re-writing your resume? Focus on this!

I had a call yesterday with my previous manager and he coached me on an important point regarding my resume: The resume needs to pass the 10-second scan test – if the first gatekeeper scans your resume, is there enough there to allow you through gate #1 (call candidate)? The

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Value-based Product Development

TLDR: My raw written and mental notes from an SFU RADIUS Slingshot event February 27th The notes I made at the event: page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4 page 5 About the event… Firstly, for those that haven’t heard about it, RADIUS is a social innovation hub based

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How to find a Technical co-founder? Search Google

I’m currently looking for a Technical co-founder for dietician.ai. Since I’m at the pre-money stage, it’s going to be just me and this other person. I’m looking for some fairly simple requirements: A full-stack Developer Ideally, someone that has used Edamam API (this is the food database API I intend

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Winning the Web 3.0 Contest by Read Write Web

This page is more of a historical account, rather then a deeper exploration into the topic. In 2007, I saw this page on readwriteweb: The post was a discussion of something I have been passionate about for a long time (mid-90’s), the web. ReadWriteWeb was running a contest asking users

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