#1683 Founder of Google Docs takes on a big problem (Dec 3rd, 2018)


You may not know Steve Newman, but you probably regularly use the software he created. In 2005 he launched Writely, a pioneer online word processor which sold to Google and became the basis for Google Docs.
At Google he noticed a massive problem. Catch this interview to see what it was and how it led him to found Scalyr, which does log analysis to help DevOps teams solve problems faster.

Steve Newman is the founder of Scalyr which is a blazing fast log management platform for the DevOps front line.

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