We’re proud of our engineering culture at Envoy. We’re also proud of the fact that 50% of our team works from their homes (the balance is in our San Francisco HQ) and we feel like a unified, high-functioning team.
No team is created equal. Establishing tenets to guide software engineering teams is vital to their success. What follows is a list of items highlighting important principles of a successful team's philosophy.
On June 26, 2008, our friend Michael Seibel introduced us to 7 prominent investors in Silicon Valley. We were attempting to raise $150,000 at a $1.5M valuation. That means for $150,000 you could have bought 10% of Airbnb. Below you will see 5 rejections. The other 2 did not reply.
Originally published by Bryce Neal at bryce.is on November 1, 2015 and featured in the GoLang Newsletter issue 83 (with proper syntax highlighting).
Lately I’ve been doing more work in the Go programming language. Today I thought I would share three “gotchas” that caught me off…