I’ve made a bunch of mistakes and learned just a few things in ten years. From a simple desire to find better ways to build software, Atomic Object now stands as a team of 27 incredibly talented people who have successfully delivered hundreds of projects to a national client base. I’ve decided to leverage our size and success to dedicate some of my time to blogging and speaking on a topic I feel passionate about, namely, how do you build and run a successful software product development company? I not only have a rich base of experience upon which to draw, but Atomic is an unfinished experiment and a living lab for my ideas. Our transparency and culture of teaching gives me scope to share what I’ve learned, what’s worked, what’s failed and what we’re still figuring out.
As with Atomic’s projects, I’m starting by listening and being sure I understand how best to help my audience. If you’re the founder or leader of a software development company, where are your pain points? What roadblocks are you hitting as you work to build your company? What would you like to know more about? What challenges have you struggled with? If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, what’s holding you back from launching your own firm?
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For more about me, my story, and what I’m hoping to achieve, check the About page.
- Founder Transition – My Final Job at Atomic - September 9, 2020
- Leadership in a Time of Pandemic - April 3, 2020
- Software Product Development in a Time of Pandemic - March 16, 2020
- Eleven unquestioned assumptions of business – and why they’re wrong - March 3, 2020
- A framework to define and describe organizational culture - January 21, 2020