Month: October 2018
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CodeStream Master Plan

    Peter Pezaris   Software Development

We founded CodeStream because despite having worked in the communications space for over two decades, connecting and enabling conversation for millions of customers, and witnessing and participating in a wide array of innovations for personal and business communication, it was our observation that there was one audience in particular that had been left underserved: software developers. So we set out to fix that.

“Show Off your Workstation” Giveaway

    Michael Gersh   Company News

We just got in a new batch of CodeStream t-shirts and upon seeing one of our developer’s latest workstation setup we thought we’d have some fun in giving a few shirts away.  Just show us your latest workstation setup for a chance at one of them, and for one lucky participant we’ll also throw in a $100 Amazon gift card that you can put towards some new equipment.

CodeStream brings Slack into VS Code

    David Hersh   Product Updates

The latest update to CodeStream for VS Code (v0.14.0) allows you to connect your Slack workspace to a CodeStream team. Instead of creating a new, separate set of channels and DMs on CodeStream, you’ll have access all of your existing Slack channels and DMs. Start chatting with your teammates right away, even before you’ve invited them to CodeStream, because they’ll be receiving your messages on Slack… just as if you had posted them from Slack yourself!

Confessions of a First Time VC

Mr. Andrew Miklas co-founded PagerDuty, Inc. in 2009. He joined S28 in December 2017 and serves as a Partner. Mr. Miklas holds a BSE in software engineering from University of Waterloo from 2001-2006, and an MSc, in computer science from University of Toronto in 2006-2008.

Claudio Pinkus: Thanks for taking the time to talk to me today. The first question is what is it that you think makes for successful companies? What are the most important ingredients? Please narrow it down to the essence.
Andrew Miklas: I think the traditional answer – “founders, market, and product” – is pretty close to the right one. More specifically, my partners and I have a theory that for any successful startup, there are probably only seven or so unique factors that drive its success.