I’ve always been a builder. As a kid it was computers, and simple electronic gadgets. In high school it was my debate team. Then in college I learned to build circuits and software. I moved on to more complex projects such as building CAD tools as an R&D Engineer at Synopsys, and then SaaS (software…Keep on Reading
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Engineering is often an enigma. In the following interview with Semil Shah of TechCrunch we chat about how I discovered engineering, then startup land, and how I’m trying to demystify it through mentoring and blogging. I originally joined Mint.com as a founding engineer because I wanted to learn how to setup a company, and experience the…Keep on Reading
CRM and Social Media are hot buzz words amongst the tech community, but if you attend a small business conference even in Silicon Valley the vast majority of attendees who are small business owners still do not even know what these words mean. As a result they do not know how to incorporate them into…Keep on Reading