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Why Amy joined Tidelift

One Saturday night in February, I was doing what “the cool kids” do on Saturday night—looking through LinkedIn job postings. I live in a smallish ...
Amy Hays
by Amy Hays
on June 19, 2018

Long live the SFD

By Benjamin Nickolls on May 31, 2018
This is a first draft; raw and unedited. You’re seeing it as it came out of my head. Conversational, informal but free.  This is a shitty first ...

Death of a standup

By Jeremy Katz on May 1, 2018
As with most startups (and companies in general), it’s important for the team at Tidelift to stay in pretty close communication so that everyone ...

Why Amanda joined Tidelift

By Amanda McDermott on April 17, 2018
The other day, I was asked, “Why don’t you write something about why you joined Tidelift?” I’d been stressing about this all week because I initially ...

Why Brian joined Tidelift

By Brian Weisberg on April 10, 2018
It’s the fall of 2010. A recent graduate from Babson's One-Year MBA program, I moved to the Triangle area of North Carolina to be closer to my wife’s ...

Why Lauren joined Tidelift

By Lauren Hanford on March 27, 2018
My Tidelift journey started with a (fairly) random acquaintance's social media post that intrigued me. This acquaintance was at a local design ...

Why John joined Tidelift

By John Bintz on March 22, 2018
Ever since I’ve owned my own computer—an Amiga 500, for those who remember what those are—I’d been doing art on computers. From drawing with a mouse ...

Making the most of bringing your distributed team together

By Jeremy Katz on March 12, 2018
From the beginning, we have been a distributed team at Tidelift. Of the founding team, only Donald and I are in Boston while Luis is in San Francisco ...