Weekly Roundup 33

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Every week I come across some great articles. Here are some of the posts I feel you will enjoy reading as much as I did.

The build-vs-buy debate is interesting, and most tech companies will err on the side of build. Nočnica Fee explains the short-sightedness of this decision by way of a story of how a company goes from "make money" to "run servers".

I have never really enjoyed the daily standup because it gives me no useful information and feels like a status update. The team from LinearB shares the 3 questions that we can ask to make this meeting more valuable.

How do you spread the word about your product when you are just starting? Gabor Cselle gives 9 tips to add virality into your product.

Everyone knows about ToDo lists. Drew Bredvick explains why Not-ToDo lists are as important when deciding what to work on.

Hiten Shah looks at some of the strategies Atlassian employed to become a $10 Billion company. The most interesting part of the case study is that they were self-funded and profitable before working with investors.

Ramit Sethi shows you how to know which type of customers won't buy from you so that you concentrate on the ones that will.

Hope you enjoy reading these articles as much as I did.