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Friday Ship

#243 – S.P.A. 17


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#242 – Big Bangs

This week Parabol announced its Series A financing raise and launched Sprint Poker on Product Hunt.


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#241 – Remote Strategic Planning

Photo by Donald Giannatti This week, Parabol kicked off its strategic planning process.


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#240 – Freeze and Thaw

This week, we stood by our colleagues affected by the weather in the southern U.S., while we launched a major new feature, Sprint Poker.


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#239 – Inclusive Holidays

This week, Parabol worked a short week to celebrate the Lunar New Year.


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#238 – Sprint Poker Beta Feedback

This week we’ve been focused on digesting and responding to feedback from early Sprint Poker meeting users.


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#237 β€“ Who do you know?

  This week, we opened a number of new roles with plans to double our team size by the end of the year.


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#236 – Reliability

This week, we spent developer time on improving Parabol’s reliability.   Parabol is a reliable app. Since 2017, we’ve had only a few hours of downtime...


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#235 – V

This week, it seemed like the world stopped holding its breath and got back to work.


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#234 – Deeper Meaning

This week our team struggled to keep our head in the game, while US democracy was attacked by a mob. Most weeks in Friday Ship we talk about the expec...


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#233 – 2020 is Hindsight

This week we said, β€œso long!” to 2020 and reflected back on the year. When this year began our company was just 3 full-time employees. Then, the pande...


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#232 – With Gratitude

This week we asked several of our customers for help, and they showed up for us in a big way.


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