On June 17, 2013, Stanford University is offering a free online course on coursera:
About the Course
Spiritual sequel to Peter Thiel’s CS183
The notes for this course are also available here:Â http://startup.stanford.edu/
This course is quite interesting, because it really shows how a lot of startups in Silicon Valley are rapidly bootstrapped at a technology level.Â These days a lot of these startups use Linux out of the box, and don’t even bother looking at the alternatives.
Obviously, I like FreeBSD a lot, and think FreeBSD is a great platform for startups.
What are the things that we as a FreeBSD community can do to improve the FreeBSD platform,
and make it a no-brainer decision for startups to use it for their new companies?
The startups of today become the billion dollar companies of tomorrow, so it is important that FreeBSD is a part
I’d love to hear the ideas of people in the FreeBSD community for how to make FreeBSD better for startups!