Posts we tagged 'startup'

How BugHerd helps Startup ScriptRock Kick Ass

As a tech startup we love to help out others in the same position. Any startup’s strength is in how quickly it can innovate over its competition. Larger, more established companies may have a wealth of resources at their disposal,...

Startups we think will blow up

Being a startup we often get asked which startups we think will blow up. By blow up I mean get big, not spontaneously combust. Here’s our current picks:

Kickstarting Open Source

The Rails.app project is an Open Source project on Kickstarter (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1397300529/railsapp) and it is aimed squarely at solving a problem we’re all too familiar with. The project aims to make it easier for folks to set up a Rails environment...

Check out our latest interview

Alan Downie and Matt Milosavljevic were recently invited along to an interview for the Commsec Entrepreneur Series. In the interview the guys cover some of the topics we get asked regularly like: Where did the idea come from? Why is BugHerd unique?...

Tech23 BugHerd voted People’s Choice at Tech23

Another crazy/great week! Matt and Alan flew back to Australia from 500Startups in Mountain View, Alan heading home to Melbourne and Matt staying in Sydney to represent us as one of 23 startups pitching competitively at Tech23. Vincent followed along...

Demo Days at 500Startups can be a tough crowd

You think it’s tough pitching your brand-new startup to a room full of sceptical, knowledgeable industry experts, angels and venture capitalists? Try warming up that same crowd with some clever, funny satirical rap. DJ Real is a great performer and...

Silicon Valley incubator 500Startups invests in Bugherd

It’s been a crazy, do-not-adjust-your-set kind of week. We experienced a rush of site visits and signups on 9 June following coverage in US tech press including TechCrunch, GigaOm, VentureBeat, ReadWriteWeb, and AllThingsD. At the time we were getting ready...