The Lean Startup methodology basically says: Come up with a hypothesis Build the cheapest, smallest thing you can to test the hypothesis Measure, and learn as much as you can from that investment Understand what additional resources you can invest next time (and zero is an option) Go back to step #1 There’s much more to it than that, and I’d strongly encourage any business or community builder to read the whole book, but that’s the core. I was talking to a friend of mine about successes and failures, and he mentioned that it looked like I’d had a string of…Read
I liked the teacher. I loved the subject. A hot girl sat in front of me. Hell, I even got straight A’s during the semesters. Let the record show that I got an A in physical education. But I skipped class 57 times. I’m not sure how many school days are in tenth grade, but 57 seems like a pretty high percentage, and it was high enough that they failed me. Up to that point, I didn’t care. The point is that I learned the material, right? Why make me stick around and keep a chair warm when I could read the…Read
Hi. I’m Brent Ozar.
I live in California with my wife Erika. I'm on an epic life quest to have fun and make a difference.
I co-founded Brent Ozar Unlimited to help make your SQL Server go faster. I also maintain sp_Blitz® and the open source First Responder Kit repo.