The Startup Success Podcast

Information you need as a startup, indie or microISV.

Show #36: Michael Grosse on Startup Cash Management

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The Startup Success Podcast

The Startup Success Podcast

This week Bob and Pat talk with Michael Grosse, First Vice President – Wealth Management, of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney on the realities, perils and opportunities that come with startup funding. This is a whole new level of play for most developers, and Michael gets down to specifics of what happens after you get the money.

Bob talks about the advantages and reasons for doing a closed private beta, and Pat points out another nice Microsoft BizSpark benefit – BizSpark Incubation Week for Windows 7 @ Boston Oct. 5th.

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Written by Bob Walsh, Self-Funded Startup Consultant

September 7, 2009 at 7:27 pm

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  1. “Software Project Survival Guide”, book by
    Steve McConnell, contains Beta-testing
    “sub-chapter” in Chapter 9: Quality Assurance.

    there are also other useful resources, such as
    Release checklist, plans, etc.


    September 16, 2009 at 9:19 am

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