Show #7: Joel Spolsky, part 1.
In our seventh show, we interview successful ISV founder, blogger, author and IT legend, Joel Spolsky about his latest startup: Stack Overflow.
This is part 1 of our interview with Joel.
Also, Pat and I chew over the interaction between business and technical decisions building a startup, I have a few tips on getting your startup’s Twitter presence up and Pat talks about the PDC Roadshow.
What can we do to help you? Who should we go interview? What knowledge should we go find an expert in and pick their brains? Let us know!
Bob Walsh is on twitter at http://twitter.com/bobwalsh or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Foley is on twitter at http://twitter.com/patrickfoley or you can email him at email@example.com
URLs mentioned in this episode of the Startup Success Podcast.
- Escape from Cubicle Nation.
- The book, Escape from Cubicle Nation: From Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur, at Amazon.com.
- Bob’s new ebook, The Twitter Survival Guide, is out! More here and here.
- Create a free Twitter Page background at Twitbacks.
- Find people looking to solve the problem your startup addresses at Twitter Search.
- Twitterfeed will tweet about your new blog post for you.
- Tweetburner shortens URLs and lets you track clickthroughs.
- TweetDeck is an excellent Adobe AIR Twitter client that runs on both Macs and Windows.
- A programmer’s best online friend: Stack Overflow.
- Joel Spolsky’s Joel on Software.
- The Business of Software forum.
- The now “retired” Google Answers and the very much alive Yahoo! Answers.
- Yelp.com review site.
- Microsoft Professional Developer Conference (PDC) One Day Event.
- The Stack Overflow Podcast, Show #30 with Richard White of UserVoice.com.
- Customer Feedback 2.0 at UserVoice.com.