Now – building my next venture.
Past – built, grew, and sold ZoomShift.
I'm an indie maker, full-stack developer, believer in product-led growth, and somewhat of a designer.
I write as a personal outlet, and I publish what may be helpful for others.
Feedback Is Free
Feedback is free, which means you should question it. Things that are free have a hidden cost. The cost of feedback varies, but a common form is opinion.January 11, 2021
Ship When It's Right
I constantly hear about the importance of shipping. The shared mantra seems to be ship fast and often. If you’re not shipping, you’re slipping. Is this actually good advice?December 27, 2020
Good Company Tenets
Do we need a set of mutually agreed-upon guidelines for how SaaS companies should operate? A set of core tenets to follow for being a “good” company — a gut check on putting your customers before profits.December 27, 2020
SaaS Billing Mistakes
Adding subscription billing to your SaaS product seems simple at first, but implementing it well can be harder than it looks. It’s easy to end up with an over-complicated and leaky subscription flow if you’re not careful.April 30, 2020
Slack Can Hurt Your Productivity
There’s no arguing it — Slack is a great product. Everyone seems to be raving about the magical team chat app that boosts productivity overnight. If you’re not using Slack you are missing out on an easy productivity boost, right?March 7, 2016
How to Spy on Competitor Signups
Knowing how many signups our competitors get has always been a question I’ve wondered about. This number is the key to estimating how they are growing. Here's how you can get it.February 22, 2016