• MicroISV Digest The MicroISV Digest for the week ending September 15th, 2008. (If you’re announcing the public debut of a microISV, startup or have other news to share, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject.) News and Announcements Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky graduated Stack Overflow to public beta today. For those […] Bob Walsh No responses September 15, 2008
  • Elephants and ants, big companies and startups. Over at the Business of Software forum today “Dashboards” asked a really good question: As a microisv, we often rely building our business through Google services (SEO,adwords..) but is it a good idea to just rely on Google? What are the options for a small guy to defend its business. The OP points out this […] Bob Walsh 5 responses September 14, 2008
  • MicroISV Digest The MicroISV Digest for the week ending September 8th, 2008. (If you’re announcing the public debut of a microISV, startup or have other news to share, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject.) News and Announcements Starr Horne (ChatSpring Live Chat) has branched out and started a how-to blog about […] Bob Walsh 4 responses September 8, 2008
  • Tips for Micro-ISVs going mobile (Part 1)… By Paul Golding To Mobilize or not to Mobilize? You’re a Micro-ISV and already have a product or service out there on the desktop or web. Now you’re thinking to take it mobile, but you’re new to the world of mobile apps. What should you be thinking about? In part 1 of this article, I’ll […] Bob Walsh 2 responses September 4, 2008
  • 8 new habits you need for your microISV or startup. Starting a microISV or startup, putting bread on the table and having a life of some sort is definitely a tall order, but it can be done. The biggest step is dumping the habits, patterns and assumptions that may have served your cause when you’re a corporate drone but spell instant failure as a rock […] Bob Walsh 2 responses September 2, 2008
  • MicroISV Digest The MicroISV Digest for the week ending September 1st, 2008. (If you’re announcing the public debut of a microISV, startup or have other news to share, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject. Also, to make this post a bit more visually interesting, I plan to include one small image […] Bob Walsh No responses September 1, 2008
  • Contest over. You won. A while back I mentioned the Presdo API contest I was going to be one of 4 judges for: well, after much deliberation (and a bit to eat and drink) Ben, Allen and I cast our votes, Mike chimed in from afar and Dean Mao walked away with a new iPhone, as did the two […] Bob Walsh No responses August 29, 2008
  • Accomplishing More By Doing Less [Editor’s Note: From time to time I invite guest posts here by those people, companies and services doing things of relevance and interest to the microISV/startup community. Servoy is one of a growing number of companies providing SaaS support. Interested in doing a guest post at here? Drop me a line.] By Bob Cusick Managing […] Bob Walsh One response August 27, 2008
  • MicroISV Digest As you probably heard, Gavin Bowman is moving on to bigger and better things and I’ve taken over stewardship of the Micro ISV Digest. For now, very little is going to change, except the space between micro and ISV. If you’re announcing the public debut of a microISV, startup or have other news to share, […] Bob Walsh 3 responses August 25, 2008
  • Passing the Torch: the Micro ISV Digest For the past three years Gavin Bowman has been keeping the microISV community informed and motivated with his weekly Micro ISV Digest. Sadly (for us) Gavin has decided it is time to pass the torch as he leaves V4 Solutions to focus on Antair full time and a new blog. With Gavin’s blessing and support, […] Bob Walsh 3 responses August 20, 2008