19 episodes of Starting & Sustaining since the first episode, which aired on December 20, 2016.
Drew Wilson, Founder of Plasso
January 28th, 2017
39 mins 10 secs
bootstrapping, fundraising, plasso
Drew Wilson is a maker at heart. He's created many products with varying degrees of success, but they've all ultimately led him to where he is now, working on Plasso.
Josh Pigford, Founder of Baremetrics
January 15th, 2017 | 37 mins 37 secs
Josh is the founder of Baremetrics, a tool for calculating and visualizing your SaaS metrics.
Natalie Nagele, CEO of Wildbit
January 6th, 2017
37 mins 38 secs
business, marketing, saas
Natalie is the CEO of Wildbit, makers of Postmark, Beanstalk, and DeployBot, and it's where I work full-time these days.
JD Graffam, Serial Acquirer of SaaS Apps
December 29th, 2016
50 mins 2 secs
acquisition, agencies, business, saas
JD Graffam runs multiple agencies and SaaS applications, including Sifter, which he acquired from me in Spring of 2016.
Tyler Rooney, Cofounder and CPO of Format
December 28th, 2016
48 mins 8 secs
domains, format.com, portfolio, saas
Tyler Rooney is the Cofounder of Format.com, a portfolio hosting service based in Canada.
Peldi, Founder of Balsamiq
December 26th, 2016
36 mins 7 secs
balsamiq, business, plugins, saas, support
Peldi originally set out to create a wireframing plugin for Jira but ultimately ended up creating a tiny empire of wireframing tools via plugins, downloadable software, and more recently SaaS.
Pat Allan, Creator of Thinking Sphinx and Flying Sphinx
December 24th, 2016
32 mins 42 secs
business, flying sphinx, open source, software, sphinx, support, thinking sphinx
Pat Allan is the maintainer of the Thinking Sphinx Ruby gem that interfaces with the Sphinx search engine. He has since turned that into a side business with the Flying Sphinx Heroku Add-on.
Anthony Eden, Founder of DNSimple
December 22nd, 2016
33 mins 35 secs
business, dns, dnsimple, domains, fraud, infrastructure, saas
Anthony Eden talks about building and running DNSimple, dealing with fraud, and how exhausting it can be running an infrastructure product at times.