cashwaltzThe MicroISV Digest for the week ending May 11th, 2009.
(If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at with the word digest in the subject.)

News and Announcements

  • Ronnie Pitts, Austin Valley Software Corporation, has launched CashWaltz, a family-focused expense tracking service designed to let each family member contribute to the task of maintaining the family budget by simply sending a text message, email or instant message. Ronnie is looking for feedback, and offering free accounts until 6/17.(via email)
  • Jason Nichols, Padlock Software LLC, has just released Padlock License Manager for Java, which let’s you create trial versions of your Java-based software. Jason is looking for feedback on his site (nice!) and product (useful!).(via email and BOS)
  • Peter Severin,, has released WireframeSketcher, a wireframing plugin for the Eclipse IDE and is looking for product and site feedback (via BOS.)
  • Robert Ringham,, has made his first sale of Whiteboards Can’t Jump, an iPhone app that let’s you click and post your whiteboard/postit/napkin art and vote on the artisitc contributions of others. And before you scoff, he’s made his first iPhone app sale – can you say the same? (via BOS)
  • Sorry – no Startup Success Podcast this past week – I’m writing the last chapter (Chapter 5 – Money: raising, managing & making) of The Web Startup Success Guide and I was maxed. Never fear, Pat and I will have show #25 out this week.

Relevant Blog Posts, Videos and Articles

  • Nothing this week.

Further (mostly relevant) Reading

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