19 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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By Emily Wilder of Signal vs. Noise 7 months ago.
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…VoiceBunny and Voice123 . This Q&A is part of our " Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud" series which profiles companies that have $1MM+ in revenues, didn't take VC, and are profitable. It has been edited for length and clarity.

Tell me a little about VoiceBunny and Voice123.

Voice123 is a marketplace and VoiceBunny is a production house. Alex Torrenegra

With Voice123, when you need a voice actor, you can post a casting call or you …

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By Patrick of Kalzumeus Software 1 year ago.
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Patrick : For those of you keeping track at home, not only has Matt bootstrapped a company with the rest of his team which protects life and property using a SaaS application, but they bootstrapped it to the point where rather than going to NOAA, National Ocean and Aeronautics Administration, getting data directly from them, the folks at the White House preferred to consume that and make consequence and decisions affecting millions of Americans directly through Stormpulse. [ …

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By Ninh Bui of Phusion Corporate Blog over 1 year ago.
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…something off like this is because we're treating the conference itself as a bootstrapped startup. Bootstrapped in the sense that each ticket sale allows us to do something bigger and better for the conference. This approach has allowed us to fly over some of the most exciting people in both development and design to come share their warstories in a just-in-time manner. Our weekly speaker announcements are basically a direct result from this approach. This has for the most part been made …

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By Dominic of Blog | The Working Group 2 years ago.
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3. Tom bootstrapped the Toronto Zombiewalk from 2004-2008

4. Tom is far away the most entertaining Karaoke singer in the Toronto tech scene.

But humour aside, we're delighted to have Tom join us because he adds a great depth of experience in Product Management , specifically in driving product development decisions through the lens of user analytics . This will help our team continue to improve our own products like PostageApp , as well as the products that …

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By Matt of Signal vs. Noise almost 3 years ago.
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The problem with the "follow your passion" chorus: We can't all love the products we work with. Someone has to do the jobs and sell the things that don't seem sexy but make the world go round.

It's something we've seen in our Bootstrapped, Profitable, and Proud series. Braintree processes credit cards. You won't meet too many people who claim to "love" credit card processing. Even Braintree's Bryan Johnson admits, "I'm …

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On Trevor Turk over 3 years ago.
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…, CEO and Co-Founder of GitHub. This is part of our " Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud" series which profiles companies that have $1MM+ in revenues, didn't take VC, and are profitable.

Introducing rollout: Condionally roll out features with redis

When we're ready to alpha the feature, we'll roll it out to staff. For beta, we might roll it out to some specific friends or people who request access. Then, when it's time to go live, we'll …

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By Trevor of Trevor Turk over 3 years ago.
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…, CEO and Co-Founder of GitHub. This is part of our " Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud" series which profiles companies that have $1MM+ in revenues, didn't take VC, and are profitable.

Introducing rollout: Condionally roll out features with redis

When we're ready to alpha the feature, we'll roll it out to staff. For beta, we might roll it out to some specific friends or people who request access. Then, when it's time to go live, we'll …

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By Matt of Signal vs. Noise almost 4 years ago.
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This is part of our series " Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud" which profiles companies that 1) have $1MM+ in revenues, 2) didn't take VC, and 3) are profitable.

Q&A with Andy Wilson of Logik

What does your business do?

Logik helps companies find, organize, process, and make searchable terabytes of digital documents for legal discovery. I always say we sell digital aspirin to attorneys experiencing discovery migraines.

How successful is your business?

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