let’s try this again. bib #12,258
Yankee. Hotel. Foxtrot. (at House of Blues)
one last time… #EnterSandman (at Yankee Stadium)
I’m really excited to be working with Rob Stavis and the entire team at Bessemer Venture Partners.
After 3 incredibly rewarding years as part of the Foursquare team, seeing the company grow from 20 to 160 super talented people and from 1M to over 35M passionate users, it was a very hard decision for me to leave for this new opportunity. I still believe strongly in the team, the product, and in Dennis’ leadership and vision for where things are headed.
To Dennis, Naveen, Evan, Holger, and my entire Foursquare family - thank you for taking a chance on a business school punk and letting me learn so much from all of you.
I’ve always loved working with people with great ideas and I’m really looking forward to collaborating with my new colleagues at BVP, some of the brightest people in the venture capital industry, and tons of phenomenal entrepreneurs in this new role.
awesome stuff from Benjy.
If you work in the tech industry then your daily conversations are littered with tech terms. You’ll probably have at least a vague idea of what these mean, but if you’re not in a technical role it’s sometimes hard to put these concepts and buzzwords in precise context.
In this post I’ll briefly explain ten basic terms that engineers use every day. Whatever your role in the tech industry, you’ll benefit from knowing exactly what these mean.
Brevity will require me to leave many important details out. If you’d like me to elaborate further, or if there are other concepts you’d like explained, let me know! I’ll be happy to write another post in this vein in the future.
guys in the last meeting today insisted I visit the Red Square. so they took me. (at Красная площадь / Red Square)
Love this from the New Yorker. Right now, we’re all Sox fans.
these kids can play (at Trancoso)
crew on our boat was doing flips all day (at Paraty - RJ)