On March 2015 the greek version of “The Economist”,
Economia.gr published an interview with me. The main topic was the acquisition of BugSense from Splunk, the history and the transition from Greece to the United States.
Unfortunately the interview is in Greek so only my greek friends can enjoy.
The last 5 months of my life were -without any doubt- the craziest in my life.
Long story short,
Splunk acquired BugSense and we are joining one of the most hot, promising and intriguing companies of Silicon Valley.
I’m extremely glad with my new role, helping Splunk conquer the HUGE data from the mobile space.
I big thanks to the ex-BugSense team, we worked perfectly together, we accomplished great things, we had fun and last but most important, we will remain a strong team.
I don’t always post photos of myself in my blog,
but when I do, they are taken from
The Cult of Done Manifesto
There are three states of being. Not knowing, action and completion.
Accept that everything is a draft. It helps to get it done.
There is no editing stage.
Pretending you know what you’re doing is almost the same as knowing what you are doing, so just accept that you know what you’re doing even if you don’t and do it.
Banish procrastination. If you wait more than a week to get an idea done, abandon it.
The point of being done is not to finish but to get other things done.
Once you’re done you can throw it away.
Laugh at perfection. It’s boring and keeps you from being done.
People without dirty hands are wrong. Doing something makes you right.
Failure counts as done. So do mistakes.
Destruction is a variant of done.
If you have an idea and publish it on the internet, that counts as a ghost of done.
Done is the engine of more.
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