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EnterpriseReady is a show aiming to change the enterprise software narrative from how to sell to the enterprise, to how to build for the enterprise.
||ExplicitEp. #5, The Evolution of Enterprise with Edith Harbaugh of LaunchDarkly||In episode 5 of EnterpriseReady, Grant meets with Edith Harbaugh, CEO and Co-Founder of LaunchDarkly. They talk about Edith’s experiences building advanced enterprise features, and how enterprise sales have changed over the years.||3/5/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. #4, Open Source with CoreOS’s Alex Polvi||In episode 4 of EnterpriseReady, Grant chats with Alex Polvi, co-founder and CEO of CoreOS, which was recently acquired by Red Hat, to dive into detail about the nuances of building and selling an enterprise product that has an open source core.||12/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. #3, Product-Market Fit with Segment’s Peter Reinhardt||In episode 3 of EnterpriseReady, Grant chats with Peter Reinhardt, co-founder and CEO of Segment, to discuss how finding and maintaining product-market fit helped grow his enterprise-facing company.||11/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. #2, The Early Days of GitHub with Tom Preston-Werner||In episode 2 of EnterpriseReady, Grant chats with Tom Preston-Werner about how the open source company he co-founded, GitHub, rose up to become an essential coding resource for developers everywhere.||10/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. #1, Delivering Software That Enterprises Love with Chef’s Adam Jacob||In this episode Grant interviews Adam Jacob, founder and CTO of Chef. Adam has been building Chef for over 10 years and during that time he has learned a LOT about how to deliver software that enterprises love.||10/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Insightful analysis + great guests
Love this new podcast
It takes experience to condense knowledge
Cogent insights; clearn, logical, and convincing. Fun to listen too.
Highly recommended for people in the enterprise software world, and I love the SaaSy host...