Michael Lehman, the MicroISV Evangelist, and Bob Walsh, author of “MicroISV: From Vision to Reality”, co-host a weekly interview show featuring developers who both develop the software and run their own businesses.
In this episode of The MicroISV Show, we interview Jim Holmes and James Avery, authors of the new O'Reilly book:
Windows Developer Power Tools (companion website).
Jim and James talk about how the book was written (65 collaborators!) and give their top five picks for Power Tools for MicroISVs:…
The MicroISV Show hosts, Michael Lehman and
Bob Walsh, recently visited the
Software Industry Conference 2007. While there we did a few traditional MicroISV show episodes which will go live soon.
In addition, this event has an "exhibit night" at which Microsoft had a booth. We…
May 21 - Redmond
June 5 - Boston
June 11- Silicon Valley
In this special edition of The MicroISV Show, Scott Burmester, Don Campbell and Rohit Puri talk about the upcoming Office Live Review for MicroISVs. Are you coming?
How to Register:
Click on the…
This week we talked to Dave Collins of
www.SharewarePromotions.com about how to choose, maximize and monitor your marketing efforts via online advertising via Google AdWords and other services. Dave and his company are masters at this complex art and he reveals some of his secrets and points
This week Bob and I talk with David Shadle, Microsoft User Experience Evangelist about how design influences software development and vice versa.
Here are links David suggests you check out as you start thinking about design for a new product or enhancements to existing…
Michael Lehman and
Bob Walsh visit Nick Hodges at the Borland developer tool spinoff now called CodeGear
www.codegear.com and talk about how CodeGear came about, Pascal, Delphi and native code.
A video version of this episode will be posted shortly.
Does your software make you feel more or less empowered? Do you want to throw a party for your favorite software company or throw a brick at your screen? What emotional reaction your customers have to your application is huge, especially for the MicroISV.
Lou Carbone, founder and CEO of…
It's a brave new world for MicroISVs in which it's no longer enough to drag some controls onto a form and simply make sure they're lined up and the tab order is right. The mantra "form follows function" is becoming more and more important for developers
as advent of Windows Vista,
This week Michael Lehman and Bob Walsh talk to
Dr. Edward Hallowell, author of the book
"CrazyBusy - Overstretched, Overbooked and About to Snap! Strategies for Coping in a World Gone ADD".
Crazy Busy refers to that state of "acquired" Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) that…
On this weeks show, Michael and Bob talk with Kevin Epstein, author of
Marketing Made Easy and proprietor of the Stupid Marketing
site and blog where his theme is: "It's not that I hate marketing; I just hate bad marketing."
Kevin, a Silicon Valley veteran with a career that spans…