SaaS Product Power Breakfast #4. With special guest Anshu Sharma!
Dave and I are getting into the swing of the power breakfast thing on clubhouse. Every Thursday, 8am Pacific time. It is more like afternoon tea for me than breakfast, but breakfast in California is a fine thing. Dave has some good summaries of past shows on his blog.
If you need a clubhouse invite, just ping me
This show we have a special guest, Anshu Sharma. Anshu has been a very successful product leader at Oracle and Salesforce, and is an accomplished investor. Now he has a start up in the data protection (or as the Americans call it, privacy) space, Skyflow. He also has vests.
Patagonia puffy vests will be a topic.
In theory I'm going to interview him, but it will be a free flowing discussion. My questions will start with Anshu's theory of the Slack Fallacy. I urge you to read the post before the call, but if you don't we will explain. I think it is one of the most insightful blogposts I've read on tech, and dear reader, I have read many.
We will also dig into category creation, product management at scale, and why data protection and privacy are the centre of his new company.
We may or may not discuss polymorphic encryption. If you don't know by now, I'm a bit of a data protection geek. Ironic I know, doing this on Clubhouse.
Anyway, Dave and I would love to hear from you on the show. Come along and have a listen. Dave is in charge of interruptions this week, so the more the merrier.
But wait, there is more.
I'm going to try and turn this into a podcast, technology gods willing.
After the show, I'll pen a post on the stack fallacy in HRTECH.
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