When the stress of tech startups gets too high, one of my favorite things to do is to go to Cape Cod. There is something about driving across the bridge over the canal, looking at the big blue sky, and
Unlike the urban sprawl of Silicon Valley, the Boston tech community is small and compact. Within a few square miles, we have a diverse mix of big tech, startups, biotech, world class research facilities, and top notch universities. It’s
I’ve binge watched enough Netflix behind-the-music documentaries to know that if CloudHealth were a rock band, today would be the scene where I announce I’m leaving the band. Yes, today is my last day at CloudHealth by VMware.
If you are in the technology industry, you likely spend the majority of your waking hours focused on work. This near constant focus on a single activity often makes having good personal hobbies critical to your overall health and wellbeing.
In the early formative phases of CloudHealth, I ran an experiment called “The Sale.” The idea of the experiment was to try to sell my crude Minimum Viable Product (MVP) for $50K, which was my estimated average selling price for
After leaving my job to start CloudHealth Technologies, I asked several colleagues I respected in the industry to become advisors for my journey. My first advisor was Jeff McCarthy, a partner at North Bridge Venture Partners, who agreed to let