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Creating Faster, More Efficient Feedback Loops in Real-Time with UserTesting CTO, Kaj Van De Loo

IT Visionaries

06:25 min | 8 months ago

Creating Faster, More Efficient Feedback Loops in Real-Time with UserTesting CTO, Kaj Van De Loo

"Welcome to another episode of it visionaries today. We have the chief technology officer of user testing. Kyw vande liu kai welcome to the show thank you. I'll right right to it user testing. The name seems obvious what it's four but tell us what is user testing the company. What do they offer what you guys do as you might guess. We have. Companies tests experiences wade uses with there could be karen customers. Potential customers partners employees at people have never heard of them. What have you so essentially anybody. Who's creating an experience can use our platform to get feedback integration process whether it's an early sketch one feedback on or design before you can start developing if it's throughout the development of the experience and of course experiences that already are out in the wild and being used anything in all of that that you want experience anything that you've created any experience you've created whether digital or physical that you want feedback. So that's what i want to dive into. Because that's what's fascinating because this isn't just a product that test software. You mentioned the physical in fact on your homepage. The user testing homepage. There is a woman clearly or to me clearly providing some type of feedback on a makeup product in. You just said it. Physical as well tells the big difference between because i think a lot of people here user testing and they started thinking of software centric application inside of my software. So imagine i. I am a software maker. I install another software inside of my software in attracts users. Attracts what they do. It gives me feedback loops of how they're interacting with software but user. Testing is a little bit different tells how your unique approach to testing both software has well as physical products and we compliment all these other forms of getting insights into how your product or how your experiences used by giving you heal human insights into what people actually think while they're doing this. So tha other tools. You can get insights into what people click on and how long they dwell on a particular page or whatever it is but we connect you die wick out to your customers or your users and they tell you they think out loud. They give you their personal feedback. We court everything they do record the face as well. It's almost like you're sitting there talking to someone when they try out experience you have created whether it's a website or mobile app or visit gates periods. So did this is like being. Would someone in their home wine. they about may be tried on and they talk to you they are. They're fantastic self. It's a vaguely human connection that you build their this week. They have spilled empathy in a way that will this data that we collect another ways can never do so. How does your role in back this experience. Your customer so use your testing. It sounds like you know if i if i were to start listening to podcasts. When ray beginning not too much idea in front of it it's now starting to sound like a marketplace. It sounds like if i bring you my product you have users that will play with intest the product. They're going to be willing to record themselves. It sounds like how does the technology of what user testing provide help narrow the gap for a. Let's say when your clients for them to collect feedback. How do you guys make their lives easier. Oh there's a lot of technology involved in this whole process of you getting to the interesting moments that matter to you understand how you can improve the experience you're providing it starts with the different ways that we can define audiences so you can bring your own test participants if you want if you have. Maybe your most loyal polled listeners. If you wanna hear from them what they think if you want to hear from people who have never heard of you we have a panel of many. Many people signed up who frequently take these tests and they check in and received or something available for them to to to test that you can relatively easily cover defined people who've never heard of us. We cannot support the south spectrum of your most loyal people out to people who've never heard of you and in all of this. This quite some sophistication in how we distribute tests out to potential participants at we try to target these tests as as we can so that the participants who are most interested and most likely to be good testers that we most likely to give good feedback that we target them with a particular test. So there's a lot of technology already in just how these how you find your audience. There's a lot of interesting technology and we're doing a lot of exciting work this area. At the moment how the experience gets a coded and then perhaps the most technology intensive area is around the analysis of the results. You get just five fifteen minute videos back. That's auto time for you to sit and listen and watch all of those but that's where we have a lot of machine. Learning we transcribe everything that people say. We analyzed the transcripts for strom emotions. We count entrusting moments. We analyzed if it's a web sized we can analyze the flow through the side. We can see where people have been clicking all of this than complements what they actually said any attempts guide you towards the highlights and we can automatically highlight wheels for you and so that you as yen user who's trying to produce a better experience that through get feedback nicely packaged.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The planet this is business rockstars and this is Joe make hand he's the CEO and co founder of nodes source and we were talking about race and how to really take calculated risks so what's your advice on that yeah I mean you know there is no sort of magic formula here I think everyone has to kind of evaluate their own risk parameters but you know for me at having been on summer at some very early age one of the things that I've done particularly starting note source was yeah I didn't dive right into it right you know if somebody says quit your job and and follow your dreams it's probably because they're already wealthy enough to be able to do something like that and I don't think the majority of folks are in such a privileged position and also one of the things that I did was and I recommend this to some folks is you know have a full time job and kind of have something on the side because in essence you can start to evaluate okay man's got kids are got you know mortgage payment or bills or whatever it might be and if I just leave all that to go focus on this thing and this doesn't work out then you're kind of in a bad situation right and that's when you dead right for a while you have a job that's correct yes so I would like to speak to an ad agency in New York while I was kind of cultivating nodes and what that enabled me to do was to say okay I have a full time job I know that I'm able to kind of keep this going and yes I'm gonna work a lot of extra hours on on my passion project which is the company that I want to start but that way I can go into it kind of knowing all right do I have customers are sick is there a market to sell into what is that market look like and who the people that I need to potentially hired help me build that business while not being radically distracted with your personal finances and I think that's one of the biggest things about calculating that risk is if you are constantly distracted with your personal finance financial obligations can't focus on the good points so it's really doing that research and understanding your market and if there is a market that's correct yeah I mean you looking into you know whether it's you wanted to start a new fast food company are you doing something like a tech company to figure out if there is actually market there is is challenging but doing that work up front I think is extremely valuable because you may have this very silo to sort of in your own bubble believes that you have the next grade you know photo sharing app but there's not really a market for that anymore no one's going to care in any sport a lot of not only your potential money into something like that but your time and that's the most valuable piece for knowledge from nor is that if you're spending too much time on something that really doesn't have a a big opportunity to sell into then you're probably wasting your time let's take a step further how do you know if there is a market where do you go about starting that research yeah great question so you know from my from my personal experience I think it goes back again to pattern recognition right so I have an enterprise software company we sell to other business so consumers start ups very very different right you may come out with an axe you know hover board Hey this thing doesn't didn't really exist before it actually was put out into the market but when it comes to things like more B. to B. or enterprise related companies look at what you know companies in fortune five hundred have been doing for a long time right you can look at the H. R. in this re or accounting or finance the the the parts that run the operations of the business and if you see opportunities to to sort of it proves that aspect of the business world then go size that market right so for example let's take a chart how big is the H. R. market well let's say we just want to focus on benefits will how big is that benefits market how many companies use H. R. companies that provide their benefits now you've got a market that you can actually look into because more importantly if you bootstrap the business you want to get those first couple of customers to show that you can actually sell into them within secondarily if you go to fundraise one of the things that investors look for is how big is that market and and tell me how big it actually is and having that research having that answer is a master differentiator for folks that are going to be able to raise money and those who are not for entrepreneurs and have a great idea they now know that there's a market for it and then a big question becomes how my gonna on this project I love that your an example of having humble beginnings but finding a way to get it done and the majority of your businesses are all of that I think you said you started with bootstrapping so tell me about this bit strapping process yeah so in my opinion bootstrapping a business can really test the mettle of you as an ox nor it's that great that we talked about earlier right and I think one of the benefits of doing that is number one you are really in control of your own destiny at that point now granted you know you may have to work a couple jobs like I mentioned you kind of have this thing bring on the side Sir can you have a lot of your time and resources but in doing the bootstrap in through the bridge trapping process you can number one starts to determine is there something really here we talk about the market we also talk about other people I can hire other customers available to the source and if you bootstrap that you kind of have a proof point there that is extremely valuable in the case that you want to potentially go to raise money so in the process of boot strapping I believe that what you'll learn about how you can actually position the value of your company to prospective investors is is orders of magnitude higher than if you just walked into you know Silicon Valley and ask a bunch of the seas Hey look at my paycheck and tell me what you think it forces you to make more strategic wiser decisions that's your money you're spending one of their own money as a little harder to spend you want to make sure you really really are making good decisions yeah you basically have skin in the game right I mean I think this is one of the challenges with a lot of folks that just raise money initially is that if you don't have skin in the game meaning you know sweat equity of course you're gonna work a ton of ours and and work really hard but if you've got your own money that you worked hard for into that business you're going to think a little bit harder about a lot of decisions to make right you did eventually end up raising money so tell me a little bit about that pitch process yes so first and foremost I have had no experience vision of the seas it is a a rather daunting experience if you don't have any experience doing it but fortunately you know I was raised doing a lot of cedar arts and music as a child my mother taught children's theater so being in front of people are sort of presenting if you will kind of came in second answer so I had an edge there however there are some some things that I think on screen or should think about before they go into that initial pitch one is no that venture capitalists are professional deal makers this is all they do right they'll see a thousand pictures in a year so what are you going to do to be able to differentiate and more importantly expect them to ask questions and interrupt your process and slow so that they want to see how you can react to that sort of stuff right I think the other thing with with pitching is if you can find anyone in adviser or mentor and another option when it's done it before and just five fifteen minutes and have coffee with them tell me what was your first pics like what do I need to be prepared for what do I wear what why do who I talked to I look at these little things can actually make a bigger impact because its reputation over and over and over again that will actually make you successful in the fundraising process and so tell me a little bit about your co founder yeah how do you guys work together yeah great so my co founder Dan Sean I have known each other than no jazz communities for for years and she is and it's sort of an iconic figure in the no GS munity right so she's extremely focused on evangelizing in supporting the open source side of no J. S. and making sure that it continues to grow today no J. S. is the fastest growing open source project on earth ahead of any other technology we've actually got more than a third of soft Abella purse on the entire planets are self identified as no chance developers so the work that he does in there is extremely critical to the success of no J. S. just as a technology I'm kind of more like the business got right I focused heavily on you know one of the strategic initiatives that we need to accomplish in say twenty seventeen or how we think about the commercial aspect of open source of one of the macro trends that are happening sort of the C. suite when there's big concerns around cyber security for example and that gives us a really good balance because she has the potholes really on the open source community with no and I have the polls more or less on the commercial Joe McCann he's the CEO and co founder of nodes source this is business rockstars all money managers might seem the same but while some give their clients cookie cutter portfolios Fisher investments Taylor's portfolios to your goals and needs some only call when they have something to sell Fisher goals regularly so you stay informed and while some advisors are happy to wear in commissions whether you do well or not Fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do that.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"And it's been proven that if you can medicate with cannabis and and see video actually have a better healing process all I I think anybody who knows anything about concussions or as had anybody in the family or friend experience compassion a big part of content post concussion since symptoms is is nausea something that marijuana helps tremendously and with absolutely and you mentioned your your wife was diagnosed with a brain tumor my my my my my other passed away from brain tumor sap had a sister passed away from cancer during chemotherapy the thing that helped my mom the most was marijuana bar none help you get over not to help her take her pills yeah without marijuana it would have been on fat overly worse experience for I mean ultimately obviously he passed away but it would have been like to Porcher every single day had she not had marijuana and to be able to just get the medical side of it passed in Massachusetts was like was like fighting a war and this is think something that's helping people I'm so glad you have this CCTV the tell stories like that one in really you know on top of it all there's a lot of patience you know as things legalize even in California there's new patients that aren't gonna look at you know the traditional methods of marketing you know magazines advance social media they're they're just they don't that doesn't exist in our world so that ten five fifteen minutes we have them while they're in the dispensary is a chance for us to like expose them to other categories to consume I mean a day doesn't go by that I don't have somebody in my looper friends.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The biggest entrepreneur destination on the planet this is business rockstars and this is Joe make hand he's the CEO and co founder of nodes source and we were talking about race and how to really take calculated risks so what's your advice on that yeah I mean you know there is no sort of magic formula here I think everyone has to kind of evaluate their own risk parameters but you know for me having been on for it from a very early age one of the things that I've done particularly starting note source was yeah I didn't dive right into it right you know if somebody says quit your job and and follow your dreams it's probably because they're already wealthy enough to be able to do something like that and I don't think the majority of folks are in such a privileged position and also one of the things that I did was and I recommend this to some folks is you know have a full time job and kind of have something on the side because in essence you can start to evaluate okay me I've got kids are got you know mortgage payment or bills or whatever it might be and if I just leave all that to go focus on this thing and this doesn't work out then you're kind of in a bad situation right and that's when you dead right for a while you have a job that's correct yes so I would like to speak to an ad agency in New York while I was kind of cultivating nodes and what that enabled me to do was to say okay I have a full time job I know that I'm able to kind of keep this going and yes I'm gonna work a lot of extra hours on on my passion project which is the company that I want to start but that way I can go into it kind of knowing all right do I have customers are sick is there a market to sell into what is that market look like and who the people that I need to potentially hired help me build a business while not being radically distracted with your personal finances and I think that's one of the biggest things about calculating that risk is if you are constantly distracted with your personal finance financial obligations can't focus on the good points so it's really doing that research and understanding your market and if there is a market that's correct yeah I mean you looking into you know whether it's you want to start a new fast food company are you doing something like a tech company to figure out if there is actually market there is is challenging but doing that work up front I think is extremely valuable because you may have this very silo to sort of in your own bubble believes that you have the next grade you know photo sharing app but there's not really a market for that anymore no one's going to care and then he poured a lot of not only your potential money into something like that but your time and that's the most valuable piece from launch from nor is that if you're spending too much time on something that really doesn't have a a big opportunity to sell into then you're probably wasting your time let's take a step further how do you know if there is a market where do you go about starting that research yeah great question so you know from my from my personal experience I think it goes back again to pattern recognition right so I have an enterprise software company we sell to other businesses so consumers start ups very very different right you may come out with the next you know hover board doesn't didn't really exist before it actually was put out into the market but when it comes to things like more B. to B. or enterprise related companies look at what you know companies in fortune five hundred have been doing for a long time right you can look at the H. R. industry or accounting or finance the the the parts that run the operations of the business and if you see opportunities to to sort of proves that aspect of the business well then go size that market right so for example let's take a chart how big is the H. R. market while let's say we just want to focus on benefits will how big is that benefits market how many companies use H. R. companies that provide their benefits now you've got a market that you can actually look into because more importantly if you bootstrap the business you want to get those first couple of customers to show that you can actually sell into them within secondarily if you go to fundraise one of the things that investors look for is how big is that market and and tell me how big it actually is and having that research having that answer is a master differentiator for folks that are going to be able to raise money and those who are not so for entrepreneurs and have a great idea they now know that there's a market for it and then a big question becomes how my gonna on this project I love that your an example of having humble beginnings but finding a way to get it done and the majority of your businesses are all of that I think you said you started with bootstrapping so tell me about the trapping process yeah so in my opinion bootstrapping a business can really test the mettle of you as an ox nor it's that great that we talked about earlier right and I think one of the benefits of doing that is number one you are really in control of your own destiny at that point now granted you know you may have to work a couple jobs like I mentioned you kind of have this thing bring on the side Sir can you have a lot of your time and resources but in doing the bootstrap in through the bridge trapping process you can number one it's hard to determine is there something really here we talk about the market we also talk about other people I can hire other customers of it which is running and if you bootstrap that you kind of have a proof point there that is extremely valuable in the case that you want to potentially go to raise money so in the process of bootstrapping I believe that what you'll learn about how you can actually position the value of your company to prospective investors is is orders of magnitude higher than if you just walked into you know Silicon Valley and ask a bunch of the seas Hey look at my page and I can tell me what you think it forces you to make more strategic wiser decisions that's your money you're spending one of their own money as a little harder spends you want to make sure you really really are making good decisions yeah you basically have skin in the game right I mean I think this is one of the challenges with a lot of folks that just raise money initially is that if you don't have skin in the game meaning you know sweat equity of course you're gonna work a ton of ours and and work really hard but if you've got your own money that you worked hard for into that business you're going to think a little bit harder about a lot of decisions that you're gonna make right you did eventually end up raising money so tell me a little bit about that process yes so first and foremost I have had no experience vision of the seas it is a a rather daunting experience if you don't have any experience doing it I'm a fortunately you know I was raised doing a lot of cedar arts and music as a child my mother taught children's theater so being in front of people are sort of presenting if you will kind of came in second nature so I had an edge there however there are some some things that I think on screen or should think about before they go into that initial pitch one is no that venture capitalists are professional deal makers this is all made to write the LCS thousand pitches in a year so what are you going to do to be able to differentiate and more importantly expect them to ask questions and interrupt your process and slow so that they want to see how you can react to that sort of stuff right I think the other thing with with pitching is if you can find anyone an adviser or mentor and another Oscar nor that center before and just five fifteen minutes and have coffee with them tell me what was your first pics like what do I need to be prepared for what do I wear what why do who I talked to I look at these little things can actually make a bigger impact because its reputation over and over and over again that will actually make you successful in the fundraising process and the tell me a little bit about your co founder yeah how do you guys work together yeah great so my co founder Dan Sean I have known each other the no jazz communities for for years and she is and it's sort of an iconic figure in the no GS community right so she's extremely focused on exams allies and supporting the open source side of no J. S. in making sure that it continues to grow today no J. S. is the fastest growing open source project on or had any other technology we've actually got more than a third of the softball purse on the entire planets are self identified as no chance developers to the work that he does a bear is extremely critical to the success of no J. S. just as a technology I'm kind of more like the business got right I focus heavily on you know what the strategic initiatives that we need to accomplish in say twenty seventeen or how we think about the commercial aspect of open source of one of the macro trends that are happening sort of the C. suite when there's big concerns around cyber security for example and that gives us a really good balance because she has the holes really on the open source community with no and I have the polls more or less on the commercial Joe McCann he's the CEO and co founder of nodes source this is business rockstars do you have a problem hearing the television do you need to crank up the volume your family screaming and then put on your TV years TV years has helped millions of people just like you Allen.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The planet this is business rockstars and this is Joe make hand he's the CEO and co founder of nodes source and we were talking about race and how to really take calculated risks so what's your advice on that yeah I mean you know there is no sort of magical formula here I think everyone has to kind of evaluate their own risk parameters but you know for me at having been on separate from very early age one of the things that I've done particularly starting no source was yeah I didn't dive right into it right you know if somebody says quit your job and all your dreams it's probably because they're already wealthy enough to be able to do something like that and I don't think the majority of folks are in such a privileged position and also one of the things that I did was and I recommend this to some folks is you know have a full time job and kind of have something on the side because in essence you can start to evaluate okay me I've got kids are got you know mortgage payment or bills or whatever it might be and if I just leave all that to go focus on this thing and it doesn't work out then you're kind of in a bad situation right and that's when you dead right for a while you have another job that's correct yes so I would like to see to an ad agency in New York while I was kind of cultivating nodes and what that enabled me to do was to say okay I have a full time job I know that I'm able to kind of keep this going and yes I'm gonna work a lot of extra hours on on my passion project which is the company that I want to start but that way I can go into it kind of knowing all right do I have customers are sick is there a market to sell into what is that market look like and who the people that I need to potentially hired help me build that business while not being radically distracted with your personal finances and I think that's one of the biggest things about calculating that risk is if you are constantly distracted with your personal finance financial obligations can't focus on the good points so it's really doing that research and understanding your market and if there is a market that's correct yeah I mean you looking into you know whether it's you wanted to start a new fast food company are you doing something like a tech company to figure out if there is actually market there is is challenging but doing that work up front I think is extremely valuable because you may have this very silo to sort of in your own bubble believes that you have the next grade you know photo sharing app but there's not really a market for that anymore no one's going to care in any sport a lot of not only your potential money into something like that but your time and that's the most valuable piece for knowledge from nor is that if you're spending too much time on something that really doesn't have a a big opportunity to sell into then you're probably wasting your time let's take a step further how do you know if there is a market where do you go about starting that research yeah great question so you know from my from my personal experience I think it goes back again to pattern recognition right so I have an enterprise software company we sell to other business so consumers start ups very very different right you may come out with the next you know hover board right it doesn't didn't really exist before it actually was put out into the market but when it comes to things like more B. to B. or enterprise related companies look at what you know companies in fortune five hundred have been doing for a long time right you can look at the H. R. in a stray or accounting or finance the the the parts that run the operations of the business and if you see opportunities to to sort of proves that aspect of the business world then go size that market right so for example let's take a chart how big is the H. R. market well let's say we just want to focus on benefits will how big is that benefits market how many companies use H. R. companies that provide their benefits now you've got a market that you can actually look into because more importantly if you bootstrap the business you want to get those first couple customers to show that you can actually sell into them within secondarily if you go to fundraise one of the things that investors look for is how big is that market and and tell me how big it actually is and having that research having that answer is a master differentiator for folks that are going to be able to raise money and those who are not for entrepreneurs and have a great idea they now know that there's a market for it and then a big question becomes how my gonna on this project I love that your an example of having humble beginnings but finding a way to get it done and the majority of your businesses are all of that I think you said you started with bootstrapping so tell me about this bit strapping process yeah so in my opinion bootstrapping a business can really test the mettle of you as an ox nor it's that great that we talked about earlier right and I think one of the benefits of doing that is number one you are really in control of your own destiny at that point now granted you know you may have to work a couple jobs like I mentioned you kind of have this thing bring on the side Sir can you have a lot of your time and resources but in doing the bootstrap in through the bridge trapping process you can number one to start to determine is there something really here we talk about the market we also talk about other people I can hire other customers available to the source and if you bootstrap that you kind of have a proof point there that is extremely valuable in the case that you want to potentially go to raise money so in the process of booze trapping I believe that what you'll learn about how you can actually position the value of your company to prospective investors is is orders of magnitude higher than if you just walked into you know Silicon Valley and ask a bunch of the seas Hey look at my page and I can tell me what you think it forces you to make more strategic wiser decisions that's your money you're spending one of their own money as a little harder response you want to make sure you really really are making good decisions yeah you basically have skin in the game right I mean I think this is one of the challenges with a lot of folks that just raise money initially is that if you don't have skin in the game meaning you know sweat equity of course you're gonna work a ton of ours and and work really hard but if you've got your own money that you worked hard for into that business you're gonna think a little bit harder about a lot of decisions that you're gonna make right you did eventually end up raising money so tell me a little bit about that pitch process yes so first and foremost I have had no experience vision of the seas it is a a rather daunting experience if you don't have any experience doing it unfortunately you know I was raised doing a lot of cedar arts and music as a child my mother taught children's theater so being in front of people are sort of presenting if you will kind of came in second nature so I had an edge there however there are some some things that I think onscreen or should think about before they go into that initial pitch one is no that venture capitalists are professional deal makers this is all they do right the LCS thousand pitches in a year so what are you going to do to be able to differentiate and more importantly expect them to ask questions and interrupt your process and flow so that they want to see how you can react to that sort of stuff right I think the other thing with with pitching is if you can find anyone in adviser or mentor and another option when it's done it before and just five fifteen minutes to have coffee with them tell me what was your first it's like what do I need to be prepared for what do I wear what why do who I talked to I look at these little things can actually make a bigger impact because its reputation over and over and over again that will actually make you successful in the fundraising process and so tell me a little bit about your co founder yeah how do you guys work together yeah great so my co founder Dan Sean I have known each other than no jazz communities for for years and she is and it's sort of an iconic figure in the no GS munity right so she's extremely focused on evangelizing and supporting the open source side of no J. S. in making sure that it continues to grow today no J. S. is the fastest growing open source project on earth ahead of any other technology we've actually got more than a third of the soft Abella purse on the entire planets are self identified as no chance developers to the work that he does in there is extremely critical to the success of no J. S. just as a technology I'm kind of more like the business guy right I focus heavily on you know one of the strategic initiatives that we need to accomplish and say twenty seventeen or how we think about the commercial aspect of open source of one of the macro trends that are happening at sort of the C. suite when there's big concerns around cyber security for example and that gives us a really good balance because she has the whole strictly on the open source community with and I have the polls more or less on the commercial Joe McCann he's the CEO and co founder of.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Helps tremendously with absolutely and you mentioned, your ear wife was diagnosed with a brain tumor when my mother passed away from a brain tumor sap had his sister passed away from cancer. During chemotherapy. This thing that helped my mom the most was marijuana bar. None helped her get over another help take pills. Without marijuana. It would have been unfathomably worse. Experience for I mean, ultimately, obviously he passed away, but it would have been like torture every single day, had she not had marijuana to be able to get the medical side of it passed in Massachusetts was, like, was like, fighting a war, and this is something that's helping people. So glad you have the TV that tell stories like that one in really on top of it. All there's a lot of patients as things. Legalize even in California. There's new patients that aren't gonna look at, you know, the traditional methods of marketing magazine's events social media. They're just they don't that doesn't exist in their world, so that ten five fifteen minutes, we have them while they're in the dispensary is a chance for us to expose them to other categories to consume. I mean a day doesn't go by that. I don't have somebody in my Lupu friends asking me about how does what they do. With where they should go get their products. The stigma is being removed quickly. And I think the combination of big pharma taken huge hits on this opiate crisis is really expose the fact that this plant, actually got to speak at.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dangerous. All right. Sherri, thanks so much appreciate the update live up. I'm just looking at a picture right on. This is unbelievable. The monoply it's it is. It's just like a an ant farm all traffic jam. It's unbelievable. All right. Let's get on our roadways and check them out now with Brian is still think kind of light, a light load there pretty much all the way around. We do have we still have that one accident down in Wilton WalMart road at Davis road. CHP is on the way there, an ambulance is on the scene there. Now, everything is over on the right shoulder to be blocking part of the roadway there. That's a little narrow area otherwise things moving well on our freeways, eighty from Roseville. Nine minutes gets into the cab city split another nine on the cap city freeway gets to downtown. Thirteen minutes makes it in from elk grove on I five fifteen minutes now on highway ninety nine fifty from Folsom in eighteen minute. Drive in from woodland on I five. It's twenty one minutes sixteen if you're coming in from Davis, eastbound, I eighty across the causeway couple of issues on the westbound side, just usual. Heavy traffic as you head out across the causeway, that direction at west capital also just past highway one thirteen in Davis understand that we have some debris in the two left lanes. Traffic is starting to slow down in that area. It's a little heavy slowdown. But it's very brief. At the Roseville, automobile factory certified pre-owned vehicles are backed by manufacturer warranties and include at least a one hundred sixty point inspection with seventeen dealers twenty one new car brands the Roseville autumn all these driven to be the best traffic on the tans every ten minutes, mornings and afternoons. Ryan, nobles news ninety three point one. K. F B K today, will turn out mostly sunny. It'll be a warmer day with a high of eighty one clear to partly.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

"Yeah. I also I liked the three six which was at the time Philly and required and actually liked Brooklyn in that matchup as well because they're just a scrappy team and they play hard. And I think it'd be really really tough in the playoffs fun. So I think it'd be I think that'd be a fun match up. I would enjoy that. I think to the raptors in bucks are gonna plow through the pistons magic who are amazingly the playoffs right now. That's probably gonna change. But if we're looking at like today, and like this this week, we're looking at those teams in the playoffs and. I like I like that that three six matchup of Sixers versus nets the pistons would get trampled. But it's fine. So. As far as pickups and stuff. I had tweeted that bogut had just finished as like MVP of the Australian basketball league and says it's you guys that he was looking sign with a team. He's going back to Golden State Milwaukee's picking up pal. We have a lot of different movement around the NBA. And amazingly the Celtics are not wanted teams that seem to be even interested in making any moves whatsoever. And I think this is we're talking a while ago that we should maybe pursue a guy like perk who supposedly Mark Mark had emphasized that. He was a rock in the locker room, which seems like something we could really use. And the he was the guy who kept the tempers from flaring during the two thousand eight Ron. Talking back out because it's true. He really did keep the team from rendering each of the problem with this teams into doing cater. I think they'd probably goes both ways I think that the he was a motivator in locker room. I don't know why that was a weird way to pronounce motivator locker and. He was a motivator. But I like not that we're trying to sign perk thought at that happened a while. And then he wanted to ten day. And I I liked it a lot and he'd never pursued it. A person is the guy that we bring in is just a locker room guy. That's available. I mean, I don't I don't necessarily like any of the guys that are available. I liked bogut because of just his play style. I mean, if Baines is still struggling with health, I don't mind bogut as a pickup. Used to be a really a great player. I use MVP. The Australian league granted step down from the Bill. Yeah. But I mean, obviously, he's now locked up, but you know, it's we are really competing in this this arms race of of guys on the waivers and pick up the ten day market. Is there somebody that you see? But. Reason why. No. Issue. Reading. So that really narrow down the field in terms of interests on the other might be interested a lot of people, but you're now to five fifteen minutes for gained matchups. Not at all in some of them would actually be a problem like presumably if. Have heat. Today to opposite. I do think that there are some people out there like vision, national guy are really only interested in Jenner for that doesn't seem especially interested in states because I soon you'd be okay me in my role as Mike wave offense. That's all. I really expected him. I candidates CB chains s. Unrig caspi. You know, I've been on that train for a long time. He always plea around their minutes. Shane lurking is available. Yet. He could be repeating season is over come by thirteenth possible. Marsin were tat is another person. I think who could be tensioning interesting. I in a worry about his adventures in Washington Wizards. Locker room when the John wall situation was still unfolding in no help at her. He was lattice voices in the room. Zor. Bit of Zibo Henchi be interesting more the locker room he actually played. Last year for free today decided. Down for actually, helping them. Maybe Jerry jacker Mika hookah for v. Interestingly intentionally useful positionally veteran to arrive allied to mean, locker room presences, and you know, break lesson case. Yeah. I'm none of those names really jump out to me as far as like guys that I really want to pick up. And I think that we just missed opportunities with the guys that we should have been pursuing whether that's pouch assault, which I had a slight interest in or or even bogut who I had a slight interested. And you know, I think the for whatever reason we're not even looking well with that. We have our California road trip coming up where the schedules and get much easier. We got Golden State coming up and then back to back head up to Sacramento northern Kelly for matchup with are the holder of our pick which were hoping is lottery coming up on the back second that back to. Better bic. And then we Adele a for two games in the staple center. Got the Lakers on Saturday and the clippers on Monday. Not a good outlook. Fortunately, the Lakers are performing about as well as we are at least at least in terms of single game style goes. So that's. Constellation sure I'm actually going to that game. And I feel like I'm watching a bad match up which is interesting like I'm gonna watch too bad teams. It's going to be like a hawks nets matchup or something from like two years ago. Sorry over so. Yeah. We'll see what happens before that. You guys can always check out the links at the top of Celtics dot com. We appreciate if you had to the site and look at all our stuff from our content or articles and also the top we have variety of shirts and our store tickets to any of those games in California. You're out there on the west coast. You can also find the pod on I tunes we will play Stitcher spotted by an any pod catcher views, and if you subscribe, you will miss any of our awesome. So it's hopefully won't be as bad on our next episodes. I apologize for that or set. And if you do like, what you hear you more animated like this again, we can always use five star reviews and comments if you really excited about it. If you don't like something here suggestion, Nick sure, let us know comments on any of our self excited particles for Twitter with our hashtags yell pot of serious. I want you guys to come at tweets at toper underscore L. And we want guys sell. Coverage that you want just the way you'd like it Justin, thanks for bearing with my anger this episode. I really appreciate. Like, I. Part of grieving. We'll get there. I'm starting to feel more optimistic. Yes. Maybe. I guess thanks for listening.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"The discounted cash. Flow estimated future cash flow. So that's that's the way things worked way back when and as I say, I think that that that model was reasonably helpful. But so fast forward from two thousand and eight to the present day and much of this model is now dysfunctional the the reserves in question are in excess of needs in some of more than about a trillion and a half dollars a trillion point four. So the the federal funds rate has a lever has lost its potency. And so, where's the fed do it? Well, it, you know, it's still has the capacity to create credit, but the transmission mechanism as they say is is not what it was a lot. And so it's it's much harder to connect these the impulse to the outcome in any direct way. But what the fat has retained is the capacity to work through the imagination of the market. So never mind the the primary never mind the impulse of the fed binding securities in credited the accounts of the bank's never mind that for a second just consider that when the fed takes action say to cease and desist the normalization of. Its policies as it did early in January. It sends this kind of electric brainwave into the markets head suggesting that the fed will ever be on guard against market declines. And if it sees him walking declined coming it will stand by to loosen policy to lower interest rates and to infuse the banks with new credit. So I think that the the current model the fed you asked I'll number of minutes ago, how functionally this works, and I think the way it works now is to condition the market to expect evermore credit in support of ever higher asset prices. And so I I think it's become a psychological connection rather than mechanical one. Well, that was a fantastic. Thank you. But it sounds like, you know, they sort of had things rigged. And then they broked I'm sorry. They broke their own machine. They kept using it in broke. The bull market was young. Ben bernanke. You got on the sixty minutes Joe and looked into the camera. And so they can raise rates and five fifteen minutes if they wanted to if they had to. But time passed and wouldn't you know, it we all became acclimated to very low funding cost, in fact funding costs in some cases.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"Right. But I'm saying that was how many years ago? Can you imagine if they experimented with that technology today? I you know for me the problem with the ours just the size. It's can you. Imagine you strapping that's the on a plane. That's just ridiculous van. Until you try have you tried it? Michelle got you're such a dick. Us able you deserve to be the editor in chief of developers. Here rather note. Tiny little tray in front of your chair have a movie theater on your is. It's been as much as I would like to keep this conversation going. I would like we are already ten minutes into this. See this should have been podcast, right? Like like five fifteen minutes segments. Indeed in the so, please you went to availed did write anything there. Okay. First of all what what did you see anything? You just go for the drinks and food while everyone goes there. I was that was really well that will you. So what was there anything like you were really just about over there? So there is one cool product. It's kind of over price. I think the targets they're selling a new backpack that has built in CI wireless charter like one of the pouches. It's kind of ridiculous. I used to have targets bag that had a built it costs two dollars who's going to pay that much for back haul after member does anybody. Remember the those fuel? They were the first bag swing food a battery pack in the in the bag, the I don't remember what the name was like Brandon may be by that thing it was one hundred and fifty dollars back then. And I think that battery pack could barely charge like a small little AA battery today like they were bad, and the battery pack was large the Peguis huge. Like, you know, that's the problem. Those those products. I it's you know, what the sad part is people by the man be cool. If like you move a little and then it gets off the wireless trash out. So what I was about to say, it's a gimmick the pouch kind of like tiny. So is not really much room to move around. But then you've got the problem. Have you have you guys noticed how slow phones charged with cheats, just it defeats the purpose because of our slow we can guess you week it quick charge three battery packs right now like everywhere, it's it's the whole idea of if you do nothing on your phone for. Hours than. Yeah. Put it on the cheap charger or while Sean until you what had imagine when you have to charge that backpack. It has like a little power Bank inside of this actually like removable. Even like, it has to be legally it has to be how many mile, right? Yeah. How many months was? I don't think I don't. I don't remember. It's somewhere on the website. That's also the first time. I've said MAs. Yeah. Like the. Oh, yeah. The battery was one other cool product there. I know idea this actually existed. Fro? I'm sure you guys have heard of planet. Computers that general nine million this year wanted to go actually have a successor. Yeah. They had a prototype there. It's called the Cosmo Cosmo communicator, and like they call it basically the same thing as the V one accept that. As a secondary display in the front. So you don't have to like open it up all the time. Nice. They're only customer went unveil. And you can tell that they knew that because they called it a communicator. It's definitely a niche product. But I mean, I I know of someone like one of my friends has one and they are hardcore through the asked about during PDA's just about anything. They are UK grow up as it's just if somebody gave me a pocket PC two thousand or seats without to Compaq ipaq from back in the day like that user interface was well designed to be used as a PDA. So was so of the palm pilots, whereas Android, not so much. That's the problem. You know, did let me finish. I was talking about there. You cape. May maybe they will do some more along the lines of doctor who and maybe release a sonic suit screwdriver for once. But you know. Fix it pretty much..

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"Base are often helps markers who are managing Bidzos programs to optimize in about five fifteen minutes. We provided to do list console rather than than having to open tables. In excel spreadsheets and go that the teams involved deal some heavy lifting. The comes run our console. So right in the center is is really the out of the answer, Adam. But, you know, whether it's the the agency or the brand were pretty much aimless RJ gets the most surprising thing that you have found analyzing this data or maybe a different way of s in. That question is what do you consistently see advertisers over underestimating will well to eighteen his all has been all about video the rages video. We've seen a lot of markers. Devote a ton of time and money into creating just tons and tons of videos, and the surprising thing is video doesn't work across all audiences, and it doesn't work across all levels of the funnel. So a lot of marketers. We work with agencies. No, that's not true that doesn't work. And then we surface the data here for your audience for your images are actually work a lot better in their lot cheaper for you to create in. You can spin out a bunch of different versions of them in the same amount of money that you're spending on video. So that's been a big surprise in two thousand eighteen video work super well for a lot of lot of different segments of different goals. But food videos, for example, we do a lot of analysis on videos food videos killed it this year on both Facebook and Instagram the top food video has getting meatballs in. So kind of. You know, surprising thing I wouldn't have guessed but food in general always performs the while. So at a return announcement. Was thirty eight times the average so video is have been well you mentioned this year. And I want to have you elaborate on that. You know, they say that you can ever step in the same river twice because once you stepped in the river, you have altered in some inexorable way. How much do you see now or do you anticipate seen the conclusions drawn by the pattern eighty nine algorithm? Changing as audience preferences changes as the people using different social media platforms continued to evolve I suspect there is no truth that will last forever, even for very long, in some cases. Yeah. So the old story tells when I worked at exact target we published or on the best day to Email and the ones that was published that was the worst day to sending everybody said Tuesday's baby only sent on Tuesdays at so in member. Wednesday with Saturday or whatever the aces in the same way. But even faster paid social changes on a daily or weekly basis. So our algorithm re runs every twenty four hours in the customers that we see the best results.

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"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"five fifteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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