The MicroISV Digest

The MicroISV Digest for the week ending November 30th, 2009.

(With 2010 just one month away, I need your feedback on what – and whether – the MicroISV Digest should be. Please comment on this post what you’d like to see it cover more, less or differently. And apologies for missing last week – by the time I could get to it, it was Thanksgiving here in the US.)

(If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject.)

News and Announcements

  • Martin Kleppmann, Go Test It, has announced his startup will be acquired by Red Gate Software: plenty of good lessons to learn there and congratulations Martin! (via email)
  • Radomir Mladenovic and his small team have launched LogDigger. LogDigger simplifies and accelerates the process of reporting bugs in a Web application, complete with usage history, form data, annotated screenshots and server logs. (via email)
  • Show #46, of the Startup Success Podcast features (by pure coincidence) an interview with Martin Kleppmann, founder of Go Test It. Martin offered a 30% discount to SSP listeners. You’ll find The Startup Success Podcast at iTunes.

Relevant Blog Posts, Podcasts, Videos and Articles

And…

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Comments

  1. I find the Relevant Blog Posts and Articles to be the best part about the MicroISV Digest. I’d put more into this and switch it’s place with News and Announcements. I think you have something unique here in that you are fairly consistent, have a good focus and a following with it.

  2. I like everything so far, and agree with Bryan that the “Relevant Blog Posts, Podcasts, Videos and Articles” is one of the best parts.

    With my schedule, aside from a core set of blogs/sites that I check out, I tend to miss a lot of new stuff. So it’s nice that you’ve distilled all the info that’s out there and can introduce me to something new.

  3. To go against the grain, I’ll say that it’s the “News and Announcements” section I prefer. It shows great example of (successful) microISV, which surely helps people making the jump to that world. But the “Relevant Blog Posts, Podcasts, Videos and Articles” is also very interesting. Keep this as it is ;-)

  4. I agree with Laurent. I look forward to the news and announcements every time.