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Landsman on software

Ian Landsman talks about his 15-year history of building HelpSpot

How fragile is the prosumer SaaS market?

Justin lost his voice and sounds like Steve-O.

What it takes to launch a SaaS

Justin was a guest on the Framework podcast

THE FEAR

Justin is worried. Jon says "chill."

Do you really need to build an audience?

Reverse engineering success

Break out

What do you do when you can't solve a problem on your own?

Talking about an acquisition

One of our competitors was acquired; what does that mean for us?

It's just too much

What happens when your SaaS grows 300% over the quarantine?

Waking up

Resisting oppression and resisting being an oppressor

Why there's no episode today

A quick update from Justin

Building software for 2030

Will we still be supporting Internet Explorer in a decade?

Simon is going full-time

Simon is quitting his job and going full-time on SnapShooter

They stole our idea!

What do you do when a competitor steals from you?

Starting over again on our SaaS

Catching up with the real-life stuff that's going on

What should we build next?

Bake that bread!

How coronavirus is impacting revenue

Josh Pigford sees a lot of SaaS revenue analytics; what's he seeing that we're not?

Giuuuuuuuunta

"This is like unveiling Banksy."

Pants-driven development

We're still in it

How are founders handling the pandemic?

Waking up to the coronavirus

Maybe you shouldn't start a software company

Chatting with Marie Poulin, Oki Doki

All that he wants

"Sorry for the delay"

Should you start a startup with your spouse?

Michele and Mathias started their company with a hope for a better future

What's driving you now?

"Everybody needs to build a website for Uncle Larry"

Clearing the air

Should you rebuild your app?

Anxiety about what might happen with the business

What do you worry about when you own a software company?

A cloudy feeling of dread

You need to get out of town

Who gets paid, and who doesn't?

"In our universe, the parts that people pay for is interesting."

What's your sustainable competitive advantage?

A chat with Nathan Baschez (Substack, Gimlet, Product Hunt)

The challenges of being in (the wrong) business

Don't optimize for the horse you're riding if you're riding the wrong horse

What happens tomorrow?

Advice for new software founders going into 2020

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