We’re cruising along at Edthena, but there’s a lot of pressure to go faster.
Edthena recently celebrated the one-year-to-the-day anniversary of our first employee joining our team.
A great video example of how teachers and students are using Autism Expressed. It answers the question, “Who is is this program designed for?”
The everyday experience of interacting with video online is best summed up as “instant,” but the time it takes to upload video can be frustrating.
It was announced late Monday that Open SSL, used to power encryption for an estimated two-thirds of the Internet, had a vulnerability that went undetected for two years. Edthena promises layers of security to our users, so this needed immediate attention. Here’s how we responded.
Automated user feedback isn’t perfect, but helps us hone in on areas to improve.
I have just applied for a research grant, which provides funding for innovative businesses over the course of two years. If we can win this grant, it will mean we can hire, scale, service more students and schools, and identify important metrics that will prove and improve the efficacy of our product.
Each month I spend time analyzing our long-term projections budget document. The purpose of this exercise is to determine our runway: How much money do we have in the bank and how long do we think it will last?
Autism Expressed is about to roll out a training program for 60 new users. Here’s how that will look.
I realized this week that I might be suffering from the Spring Break Blues. As someone who attended school in America, I grew up knowing and loving spring break and being off from school.
But now, as someone working at a business in the education sector, my feelings have turned from love to loathe.