The Impact of Generative AI on Software With Theory Ventures Founder & General Partner Tomasz Tunguz (Pod 650 + Video)Generative AI has taken the world by storm, and VCs and SaaS founders are looking at new opportunities it can bring. Even considering the more conservative fundraising market in 2023, there are opportunities for startups to get investor attention with AI. Tomasz...
“What Do You Mean They Quit?!” Don’t Give Your Engineers a Reason to Leave with Notion’s Head of Engineering: Michael Manapat, Change.org’s CTO: Elaine Zhou, and Plato’s CEO: Quang Hoang (Video)
Discover the pillars that helped build long-lasting employee satisfaction at Change.org and Notion.
Top 10 Learnings Architecting a High-Throughput Critical API With RevenueCat Co-Founder & CTO Miguel Carranza (Pod 564 + Video)
Miguel Carranza, CTO at RevenueCat, shares ten learnings from firsthand experience in architecting an API & SDK that is currently on 5,000+ apps and has seen 3x growth Year-over-Year.
Loom CEO Joe Thomas: 4 Ways to Get to $10 Billion by Working Async (Without Burning Out) Pod 531 + Video)
Loom CEO Joe Thomas shares how async communication improves the work experience, enhances company culture, and builds a better business.
How To Innovate Faster with Community: Insights From Co-creating Product with Community with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij (Podcast 512 and Video)
Join GitLab CEO, Sid Sijbrandij, as he discusses GitLab’s journey to $5B, choosing the right business model that balances high revenue potential and community contributions, and co-creating the product with the wider community to deliver safer software faster.
The Future of AI, Open Source, and Enterprise SaaS: Where It’s All Going with Databricks’ CEO, Ali Ghodsi (Podcast #505 and Video)
Ali Ghodsi, CEO and Co-Founder of Databricks shares the value open-source software has delivered for enterprises and the current state of open-source.
If Your Enterprise Customers Want An SLA — Just Give It To Them. You Owe Them That Much.Many start-ups, and even larger SaaS vendors, are reluctant to provide a Service Level Agreement — an SLA — that says they will, well, stay up. It’s not our fault, they think. What if Amazon goes down? Or our email provider? That’s not our...
SaaStr Podcast 444 with Twilio Founder Jeff Lawson and SaaStr Founder Jason Lemkin: “A Deeper Dive on How to Collaborate with Developers”Ep 444: Jeff Lawson, Twilio CEO and the author of “Ask Your Developer: How to Harness the Power of Software Developers and Win in the 21st Century,” shares secrets on bridging the gap between your technical team and leadership team to maximize success. This...
SaaStr Podcast #419: How to Collaborate, Manage, and Work with Developers featuring Twilio’s Jeff Lawson
Jeff Lawson is a software developer first, and the CEO of SaaS superstar Twilio second. He knows both sides of the executive & engineer equation intimately. He gets what goes on in a developer’s brain and the detailed process of building software
SaaStr Podcast #386: How to Win When There are 1000 Players in Your Market
How do you compete in a tough marketplace with thousands of competitors? Join Adam Blitzer as he shares insights from launching a company in a crowded space.
SaaStr Podcast #383: Growing Product and Engineering Orgs from Zero to IPO with Twitter and Redpoint Ventures
Nick Caldwell has built and grown product and engineering organizations at PowerBI (0 to 300 engineers), Reddit (500M MAU) and Looker ($2.7B sale to Google). Nick will share 5 big lessons he’s learned along the way that you can use as you build your company’s product and engineering functions from its earliest days to its largest successes.
SaaStr Podcast #382: The Honest Answers on What’s Next for Events
SaaStr SVP & GM, Amelia Ibarra, sits down with Alon Alroy, Co-Founder & CMO at Bizzabo to answer the million-dollar question: what’s next for b2b events?
Paradigm Shifts and the Future of Data Infrastructure with Snowflake, Neo4j, and Cockroach Labs
Digital transformation as we know it has come and passed. Companies that prepared for a digital-centric future are flourishing, but those who have been reluctant to change are now faced with serious challenges. Data infrastructure is the backbone of the digital world and its future lies with the technologies that can truly take advantage of all the resources available across the cloud. We take a look at the future of data infrastructure and its importance in the digital-centric world.