Check out Founders Network members making headlines in this week’s member news roundup. Founders Network offers peer mentorship for over 500 tech startup founders. To learn more about FN, please visit www.foundersnetwork.com
Neha Sampat, Founder of raw engineering announced the launch contentstack.io (via Lisa Hoover McGreevy, FiercecContent Management). raw engineering is a San Francisco-based engineering firm that builds killer mobile and Web apps and manages scalable cloud infrastructure.
Solomon Hykes, Founder of Docker spoke at Gigaom Structure (via Derrick Harris, Gigaom). Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud.
Tyler Dikman, Founder of LoungeBuddy was featured in The New York Times discussing the growth of lounge operators (via Jane Levere, The New York Times). LoungeBuddy unlocks the mystery of airport lounges.
Samar Birwadker, Founder of Good.Co announced it is now available worldwide for workers to rate each other (via Natasha Baker, REUTERS). Good.Co is fixing hiring and retention using a scientific, people-first approach to personal strengths identification as a way to quantify workplace culture fit.
Anson Liang‘s startup TrustLeaf released their first guide on “How to Borrow Money from Friends and Family” (via Daniel Lieser, MyCorporation). TrustLeaf helps small businesses raise money from friends and family.
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