Dec 5, 2023
For software developers, I believe 2024 will bring better ways to get things done—some cutting-edge and others decidedly low-tech.
For many businesses, the lack of a benchmark, as well as the tools to measure and improve engineering efficiency, represents a massive and enormously costly problem.
How do leaders cultivate and sustain that vital creative energy as their startup scales and the metrics shift from survival to success and sustainability?
When I was in my late twenties, I started my first company—one that would ultimately grow into a tech unicorn, with hundreds of employees and hundreds of millions in annual sales. But first, I had to reckon with an existential challenge: I didn't know what I was doing.
Today, developers—the driving force behind so much tech advancement—are being held back by outdated processes and a lack of tools. I believe clearing those bottlenecks is much more than a matter of convenience: it has major impacts on the pace at which humanity can progress.
Harness is a rapidly growing startup that is disrupting the software delivery market. We are building an intelligent software delivery platform that enables engineers to deliver software faster, with higher quality, and with less effort. The Harness Software Delivery Platform includes Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Feature Flags and Cloud Cost Management. The platform is designed to help companies accelerate their cloud initiatives as well as their adoption of containers and orchestration tools like Kubernetes and Amazon ECS.