tumasoftThe MicroISV Digest for the week ending March 16th, 2009.
(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

  • Nico Westerdale, BitsDuJour, has redesigned and relaunched BDJ’s Software Marketing Resource. The site is a very useful combination of articles, features and forum for small software vendors. Check it out. (via email and BOS).
  • Alex, Jitbit Software, is looking for beta testers of their new hosted helpdesk software. (via email)
  • Steve McLeod, Poker Copilot, is gearing up for version 2 and is looking for some advice on making the jump. (via BOS)
  • Betsy Tuma, Tumasoft, is looking for bloggers interested in reviewing Preset Viewer 2.0, a Photoshop brush, shape, pattern & style browser. (via email).
  • Bart Park, Janitor programmer, has launched his first product, ImageMark, a Windows image watermarking program and would like some feedback on his site and product. (via BOS)
  • EV, Eneset Technology, is looking for feedback and suggestions on his new web site for his product FLV Mate, a cross-platform application for uploading and hosting videos to Amazon S3.(via BOS)
  • Show #18 of the Startup Success Podcast featured an interview with Patrick Lightbody, founder of BrowserMob, an web site/service load testing microISV. With BrowserMob, you can spin up actual FireFox browser instances running Selenium to pound your site – by the thousand, via Amazon Web Services.

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