This is a guest post from Rick Burnes, the new vice president of content products at BookBub.
When the history ebooks are written, this month could go down as a turning point for the Boston tech community. Two Boston IPOs this month — Wayfair’s on Oct 2 and HubSpot’s on Oct 8 — were major milestones for companies that could become new anchors for the local startup ecosystem. Read MoreStrong STEM RootsSTEM Slam to motivate next generation of female developers/engineers
On October 27, a stellar ensemble of local STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math) stars will take the stage at Microsoft NERD to tell stories about their journey from girl geek to successful members of Boston's tech and innovation ecosystem. Basically, getting the word out about how women in tech rock this town. Read MoreFast GrowthWatch EF Education First's new $125 million building come to life
This morning in his daily "Term Sheet," Dan Primack had quite the interesting little story about the pitch contest at Atlas Venture's annual meeting. It seems being the biggest loser is akin to a reverse Sports Illustrated jinx. Read More
In what seems like a never ending quest, more and more companies are looking to win what appears to be a wide open race to become the go-to online delivery service for Boston. In addition to Caviar, Instacart, GrubHub, Drizly, Postmates, Favor, now DoorDash, a West Coast delivery startup, has arrived in Boston to add just another possible option to get your food dropped on your doorstep. Read MoreTipping pointKendall Square passes from tech center to biotech center