Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Seaside Startup Sells For Serious Samoleans
via TechCrunch. Unfortunately there's no mention of it in the TechCrunch post; the only reason I know it's a Seaside startup is because one of the founders told me so after one of my several blog posts about Seaside. Unfortunately also the lead TechCrunch guy says he's not going to pay attention to the story any further because it's not going in a glamorous or exciting direction - just one that makes money. Further proof of the fundamentally weird dynamic between programmers and businesspeople.
Posted by Giles Bowkett at 6:29 AM