Selina Tobaccowala talks about the changes she’s observed in the industry since founding Evite in 1997. By Jessica Stillman (Contributing Writer, Women 2.0) From her first foray into entrepreneurship cofounding Evite out of her Stanford dorm room in 1997, to her current post leading the tech team at SurveyMonkey as the company’s VP of product [...]
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Evite Founder Selina Tobaccowala Will Talk About Going From Dorm Room To Billions On February 14 At Women 2.0 Conference
From Evite founder to SurveyMonkey Senior VP, Selina Tobaccowala will be speaking and sharing her story at Women 2.0 Conference on February 14 in San Francisco – get your ticket now to join! By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Women 2.0 welcomes SurveyMonkey’s SVP of Product & Engineering Selina Tobaccowala as a speaker [...]
Women are the buying power of the economy, and are increasingly moving into leadership positions in tech, but what helped them achieve their success, and what did they learn about scaling a business? By Courtney Mayeda (MBA, UCLA Anderson) From candied apples to the photo booth to the cute stuffed monkeys serving as centerpieces, the [...]
I love the challenges of pair programming — knowing when to stop for direction, when to brazenly code on, and when to take breaks. By Annie Chang (Student, Hackbright Academy) Time flies when you’re having fun, and we’re almost 20% done with the Hackbright Academy program. I like to think that my glass is 80% [...]
By Lindsay Harper (Founder, Swayable) So you have your genius idea that you just know everyone is going to love, why on earth would you need to do user testing? After all, since the idea is genius everyone is just going to “get it” from the first visit right? To validate your genius idea (or [...]