Category Startups

Unlearn your MBA and build real stuff – By David Heinemeier Hansson

David Heinemeier Hansson is the creator of Ruby on Rails, partner at 37signals, and among may things a race car driver. He is really brilliant, build some come really cool products using Ruby on Rails and has some pretty interesting ideas and views about business schools, starting companies, running them and building products that bring […]

Silicon Valley, London, NYC: Startup Genome Data Reveals How The World’s Top Tech Hubs Stack Up

This is a post by Techcrunch, done on April 11 2012,  by Rip Empson Last year, we covered an ambitious collaborative R&D project called “Startup Genome,” created by three young entrepreneurs, Bjoern Herrmann, Max Marmer, and Ertan Dogrultan. The goal of the ongoing project was (and is) to take a comprehensive, data-driven dive into what […]

Michael Arrington

Michael Arrington, a former corporate attorney who, via his TechCrunch blog, has become one of the most influential figures on the Web, is the quintessential blogger: intense, passionate, consumed with his subject, opinionated, sleep-deprived, forward-thinking, easy to irritate and apt to air his grudges in public. Arrington’s vast network of Silicon Valley sources—many gained through […]