How To Build This
A platform for makers to find the right tools
Ayan Barua- Cofounder, SifteryI might be totally biased here folks, but honestly, it's gotta be Siftery! Some of the things we are building now will spice it up even more.
TechCrunchWhen companies have to pick what kinds of services they want for their operation - like marketing or human resources - they can easily be paralyzed by choice. That's why Vamshi Mokshagundam and Ayan Barua decided to start Siftery, a database of sorts where companies list their software stacks.
GigaomWe've seen a massive change in the enterprise software market in the last dozen years and it can be described by four numbers (20, 10, 12, and 4).
NewCo ShiftGet Shift Done: Management Adding a new online solution to the lineup your company already uses can be a challenge. After all, how do you know they'll all work together? It used to take a time-consuming combination of research and trial and error to answer that question. That is, until Siftery came along.
Tech in AsiaThe development of our app, Siftery, started in mid-2015, with the first user account registered on July 30. For the remainder of that year, the app remained in closed beta, with the number of users at only a few hundred large. The team decided that January 20, 2016 would be our launch date.
Ryan Mickle- YC alum, Products, Silicon Valley HBO S3Save weeks, months, and thousands of dollars with reviews from thousands of VC and YC backed founders.
TechCrunchWhile running Yardsale, a previous Y Combinator startup based around essentially making it easy to sell your old stuff, Ryan Mickle had the benefit of talking to alumni and colleagues to figure out what to use to build it.
Startup with Google is a new site that brings together all the company’s resources for founders and their startups.
TechCrunchGoogle launched " Startup with Google " today, a new site that brings together all the company's resources for founders and their startups. As the name implies, the focus here is on Google's own tools, services and initiatives (think everything from Firebase and Android Studio to Analytics and Google's various cloud security tools), but the site also highlig… See more
TechCrunchGoogle has a new website compiled using search data and built by its News Lab, working together with Xaquin G.V., an interactive visual data journalist. The site uses data related to searches made by users about "How To" do things, which represents a massive amount of activity on Google, it turns out.