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AUTHOR PROFILE
Emily Omier
Emily Omier

Emily helps open source startups accelerate revenue growth with killer positioning. She writes about entrepreneurship for engineers, and hosts The Business of Open Source, a podcast about building open source companies.

STORIES BY Emily Omier
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Avoiding Feature Bloat
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Building for Customers’ Love
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Painkiller or Vitamin? 
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Achieving Product-Led Growth
Is the Startup Grind Really Necessary?
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Founders Need Community, too
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Solo Founder or Co-Founder?
What Does Kubernetes Cost You?
Open Technology, Financial Sustainability and the Importance of Community
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Recessions and Startups
What Do Authentication and Authorization Mean in Zero Trust?
The Social Model of Open Source
The Cultural Changes Zero Trust Security Demands
Economic Uncertainty and the Open Source Ecosystem
Why the Castle and Moat Approach to Security Is Obsolete
Q&A: What Is Zero Trust?
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: How to Talk to Customers
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: How to DIY Your DevRel
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: How Do You Tell Your Story?
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: How to Build a Community
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Do Engineers Hate Marketing?
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Side Business or Full Time?
Open Source Collaboration and Creativity Comes to Hardware
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Making Open Source Pay
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Adopt the Founder Mindset
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Bootstrap or Take VC Money?
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Do You Need a Salesperson?
Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Open Source Business Models