Members Helping Members - Educating, Informing, Supporting
If you're like me, you may have known some code in the past or you've always wanted to at least get a cursory understanding of it.
Code School is a super cool resource from a startup based in Tampa, FL.
I've taken a lot of their free courses, but I came across this "Hall Pass" to get 2 free days of Code School to take unlimited courses.
Check it out here: …Continue
Added by Michael Erwin on September 27, 2013 at 10:51am — No Comments
So I forgot to share this earlier, but if you haven't checked out LaunchRock.com you need to.
In 5 minutes, I created a splash page/signup page for one of my projects:
For free, in 5 minutes, and it looks great, it's mobile responsive, has a direct plugin to Google Analytics.
Oh ya, and it's…Continue
Added by Michael Erwin on May 7, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments
This seems to fall right in line with what Leo & Kathryn were talking about this morning.
Outside of the major entrepreneurial hubs (Silicon Valley, NYC, London, etc.), there's just not enough deal flow to make investors (both Angel & VC) and accelerators as successful as they need to be.
What the article suggests: a not-for-profit entity educates the market, instead of tries to profit from it. I wonder what that sounds like!…Continue
This looked interesting and could be a great resource for startups to find other entrepreneurs/startups across the county. So far only two members in Knoxville. I just joined so I don't have a review for the community yet but it would be great if some EOK people joined and reviewed it as well.
Added by Michael Erwin on August 9, 2012 at 11:08am — No Comments
Came across this today via a Wall Street Journal article. I don't have a current use for it but thought it could be useful for those out there looking for partners in a startup they'd like to start or those who'd like to lend their experience and expertise in helping someone else startup a company as a cofounder.
There is an application process to make sure members are quality, experienced entrepreneurs/engineers/etc.…Continue
Added by Michael Erwin on August 9, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments