startup life

Singularity University – GSP15

A few weeks ago I learned that I was accepted for the Graduate Studies Program at Singularity University, located at the NASA Research Park in Mountain View, California. Needless to say, perhaps, but I’m looking forward to this summer!! I […]

At this point, anything can happen

Welcome to your future. Will you take the red pill or the blue? Or the purple, or the pink, or the dark red, or the multicolored one? This sparkly one with unicorns and rainbows, perhaps? (yes please!) As I came to […]

Sometimes, it’s really hard…

This startup life. This path I’ve chosen, this career I’m having… Most of the time, I love it. I love the uncertainty, I love the people, I love the long hours and all the hard work. But every now and […]

You’ve got to ask

“If you could give a piece of advice to yourself at the age of eighteen, what would it be?” “If you want something, you’ve got to ask. Hard work isn’t enough. Yes, you need to work hard. But then you’ve […]

Crunch time!

In San Diego. Crunching. Making magic happen. This Monday, I got to play with our alpha product for the very first time. It’s an amazing process, seeing it come to life! In one way, it is so satisfying. It’s getting […]

So where do you live?

February 23, 2014

It should be an easy question. Just name a city. Or a country, or even a continent. Even LinkedIn only recognizes one home town. Tell us what one place you live. Period. Yet, the simple question always ends up with […]

All work and no play? Or?

February 16, 2014

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” But that presumes that work and play are two different things. Fine – there are moments every day, often several, where I need to do something that is not overly […]

A discussion on philosophy, getting things done, and the meaning of life, the universe and everything.

So far in 2014 I’ve spent at least three days a week in Stockholm, putting in some serious crunch hours with my amazing team mates. When I am here, I always make an effort to find a couch to crash on […]

The pain of pivoting

I’ve done it before. It’s not the first time and it definitely won’t be the last. We needed to make a change to the project. The goal is still the same, but the road we take to get there looks […]

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