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
Well, it’s official: May 1st will be my last day with CloudHealth by VMware. It’s a bittersweet moment for me, bringing to a close an eight year chapter of my career. My journey started in 2012 when I
CloudHealth was an eight year journey for me, starting with me quitting my job in 2012 and continuing through to today, two years on the other side of an acquisition. I’ve been doing a bit of reflecting on the
A little over a year ago I drove through Boston on my way to Cape Cod. The pandemic had started to spread across the country, and the previous day my company closed our downtown offices for mandated work from home.