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Growing Our SaaS Company To $1M+ ARR: 7 People, 3 Years, No VC Money. Key Lessons Learned

Read about the success story of the company that was able to cross the $1.3M ARR mark and used by 2,200+ companies from 70 states. This case becomes an interesting example of how a small team of 7 people without external investors can achieve great things. Find out more details in the article “Growing Our SaaS Company To $1M+ ARR: 7 People, 3 Years, No VC Money. Key Lessons Learned" by Mike Kulakov.

How to Build a Startup & Understanding Venture Capital

A lot of first-time founders think that a billion-dollar idea for a startup is what they need to succeed. However, Mark Suster in the article “How to Build a Startup & Understanding Venture Capital” reveals that what they really need is a “basecamp”, which is the first level of success or validation at a startup, according to the author. Read the article to find out more.

Cyber criminals tap into web social engineering toolkit

Recently security researchers found out a web social engineering toolkit that enables cybercriminals to create fake update notification campaigns. Find out more details in the article “Cyber criminals tap into web social engineering toolkit” written by Warwick Ashford.

AirPods Are a Tragedy

Apple claims that AirPods are building a “wireless future.” Many people think they're a symbol of disposable wealth. The truth is bleaker. The article “AirPods Are a Tragedy” by Caroline Haskins provides profound research on where AirPod came from, where it’s going and what its existence explains about our current moment.

Goodbye, Object Oriented Programming

After programming in Object Oriented languages for decades, the author was gung-ho to leverage the benefits of Inheritance, Encapsulation, and Polymorphism. The Three Pillars of the Paradigm. However, in reality, he couldn’t have been more wrong. Read “Goodbye, Object Oriented Programming” by Charles Scalfani to find out why.

We hope that the articles we mentioned were useful and will have a beneficial influence on the development of your business. Stay tuned and see you next week!