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Birth of Java - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Date: 11/9/2005
Length: 5 minutes
Speaker(s): Kim Polese
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: Polese describes the development of Java at Sun and the various things that made it a success.

Other Videos in Series

Birth of Java - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese describes the development of Java at Sun and the various things that made it a success. Watch More
Ethics in Business - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese talks about the importance of being ethical and not being evil while running a business. Watch More
Importance of the Community and Data and Process Automation in Businesses - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese empahsizes working with the community and the role of data and process automation in business. Watch More
Lessons Learned - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese shares some lessons learned along the way and gives advice to budding entrepreneurs to never stop learning and to find the right people and the right idea for their business. Watch More
Popularity of Open Source - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese discusses why open source is popular amongst venture capitalists. Watch More
Setting Up Infrastructure - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Kim Polese, CEO of SpikeSource, relates the challenges she learned while starting a company. She realized that though entrepreneurs might see potential in their technology and have the right people in their company, that alone
will not ensure success in the marketplace. It requires making sure that all the pieces are in place for that company, she says. Watch More
Software as a Service - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese talks about how software has transitioned from a product that generates revenue to a service. She sees the software industry slowly shifting towards this idea. Watch More
Solving a Real Problem - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: According to Polese, SpikeSource is solving a real problem, which makes it really exciting. Watch More
Value of the Long Tail - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese explains the concept of the "long tail". Watch More
When Should You Open Source? - Kim Polese (SpikeSource)
Kim Polese
11/9/2005
Summary: Polese believes that entrepreneurs should open source their proprietary software only if the open source supports and enables their core business. Watch More

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