Khash Sajadi

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Khash Sajadi is the co-founder and CEO of Cloud 66. Passionate about championing developer tools that can improve daily workflows, Khash has more than 20 years of experience working in a variety of roles, from a vice president's position at Lehman Brothers to CTO of startups in Silicon Valley. He has a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering and a master of science degree in management of software projects.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Khash Sajadi and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

SaaS economy in the age of containers

On cancer and startups

On cancer and startups

The impact and the importance of the VCs investment on startups. Is it always positive?

Smart products, dumb designers

Smart products, dumb designers

While focusing on minimalism and "doing less" is a great way to make users love your product, being your product’s primary and daily user is a sure way to reduce customer churn

Party like it’s 1999

Party like it’s 1999

Open source is often pitched as the only way to sell software to the enterprise of today. But what should you consider to build a business around a highly popular open source project?

The startup pitch: It’s a short elevator ride

The startup pitch: It’s a short elevator ride

Any startup accelerator or startup mentor is obsessed with the elevator pitch, but it's time to rethink what that means

Google's infrastructure for everyone else

Google's infrastructure for everyone else

By promoting containers as the building blocks of infrastructure, Google is hoping to leapfrog over Amazon to become the infrastructure setup of the future. Their advertisement campaign for Google Cloud Engine also points to this goal....

Defining the 'open' in open source

Defining the 'open' in open source

An open source project is about community. I’m happy to use it, fix it, contribute to it and benefit from its openness. But should I feel the same way when companies exploit open source for commercial reasons?

Why tech journalism needs more tech experience

Why tech journalism needs more tech experience

Open source has made developers the kingmakers of the software industry. Is software journalism up for the job?

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