Lessons from 2020

I have a small document where I try to weekly write goals and what I’ve achieved. Sometimes I don’t update it, but I reviewed my 2020 version and will try to take out some takeaways. Covid-19 was incredibly disruptive to our lives, but it accelerated ‘digital transformation’ in a number of industries, and we saw… Continue reading Lessons from 2020

Everything great starts small

I’m an Entrepreneur, and a few years before I officially became one. One of my best friends said to me ‘I’ve always thought you were very entrepreneurial’. I think I shirked away from that. I’ve thought recently about why a I shirked away from that for a few years. I think one reason is that… Continue reading Everything great starts small

Friday wins – celebrating shipping and delivery

More meetings? At Aflorithmic we recently have been experimenting with Friday Wins. It’s important in a startup to enable the company to build things and talk to customers. This matters a lot to ‘building something people want’. However, I wanted to talk a bit about a meeting style that I’ve found that works pretty well,… Continue reading Friday wins – celebrating shipping and delivery

The rise of the creator class

Unbundling of people or ‘rise of the creator class’ If you work in Tech you end up exposed to trends, and if you’re a product-focused engineer you think a lot about ‘product’, product strategy and what’s ‘coming next’. One question in our current ecosystem is ‘what’s next after marketplaces’ we’ve already seen very successful companies… Continue reading The rise of the creator class

Interview with a Data Scientist – Ian Wong of OpenDoor

I interviewed the interesting and fascinating Ian Wong – he’s the technical co-founder of OpenDoor, which I personally think is amazing as a concept! 1. What project have you worked on do you wish you could go back to, and do better? Pretty much any project I’ve worked on in the past Two projects stick… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist – Ian Wong of OpenDoor

Interview with a Data Scientist: Trent McConaghy

At PyData in Berlin I chaired a panel – one of the guests was Trent McConaghy and so I reached out to him, to hear his views about analytics. I liked his views on shipping it, and the challenges he’s run into in his own world. 1. What project have you worked on do you… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist: Trent McConaghy