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Over the past year, Frappe has become a more democratically run company. In June 2021, we elected the first Leadership Council. Here is the story.
Why everyone should aspire to become an artist.
Both flat organizations and hierarchical ones fail, time to try something new?
How should be company growth in the post-COVID world? Is money and size the only measure of a growing company? It is time to look beyond.
Challenging and breaking ‘industry practices’ takes an open mind and more importantly, courage. Sometimes it’s chaos, other times…
Frappe team trips are usually an emotional affair. This time things were different.
As I learn to write better with every piece
Covid demanded the well-being of teammates be set on a high priority and enhanced the work ethics at Frappe
Frappe Redesign 2020 is the culmination of an 18 month effort. The biggest and longest project we have delivered to date.
By restricting others from hosting their service, projects like Elastic and MongoDB miss the point of open source.
Starting from first principles makes progress seem slow, uneven and complicated. Is it worth it?
Zerodha's (Rainmatter) investment into ERPNext signals a massive acceptance of Open Source in enterprise software. Here is why it matters.
Automating memberships at IFF with ERPNext, so they can focus on keeping the Internet free and healthy.
Two Fridays evenings spent on deciding what the job titles at Frappe should reflect
Remote work is nothing like working in an office. Will we ever adapt to it or will it force us to become someone else?
A summary of activities in the month of July in Frappe
One of the most common objections potential customers have is that they don't want to pay per user, but only for services. Our view on why this is not ideal for anyone.
A peek into the Frappe Team Activities for the month of June 2020
There was some debate/banter around a topic between two colleagues at Frappe in July. One of them decided to write about it.
A really simple model on how you can really win in the software business