In this episode Nick Bradbury, author of FeedDemon, talks about living the MicroISV life, being acquired by NewsGator and more.
Nick's blog is at http://nick.typepad.com and his products are available from
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…
This week Michael and Bob talk with author and investor Jessica Livingston whose recent book, Founders at Work, give great insight into the startup process and the many twists and turns that many have encountered on the road to
Jessica is a partner in a firm that gathers startups…
In this episode, Bob and Michael talk to Phil Wright, founder of two MicroISVs:
componentfactory.com selling .NET software components.
Phil talks about how he got his start as a MicroISV, the challenges and joys of moving his business from the UK to Australia, and the…
This week Bob and I had a great time talking to Don Dodge the Director of Business Development on Microsoft's Emerging Business Team.
Don and his group work with startups by introducing them to product groups, helping build partnerships and, in rare cases, some startups have even been acquired by…
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…
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:…
Joining Michael Lehman as co-host of The MicroISV Show is Bob Walsh, Managing Director of Safari Software (www.safarisoftware.com), author of "MicroISV: From Vision to Reality", author of the soon to be published
"Clear Blogging", and proprietor of 3 websites which are useful…
This edition of the MicroISV show is an interview with Craig Krantz of Krow LLC who worked with Microsoft to develop the Project Glidepath Software Factory add-in for Visual Studio.
More information about Project Glidepath is available at
Project Glidepath is an…