Hangry: A Startup Journey (Legacy Lit)
Friday, 09 December 2022

In this book GrubHub founder Mike Evans reveals the inside story of how he co-founded and developed GrubHub after wanting a pizza delivered late one night. In Hangry, he details step-by-step the grind of building an innovative business, with each chapter including sharp lessons for entrepreneurs and startups that Mike learned on the fly.

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Hangry reveals a decade of eighty-hour work weeks, detailed steps of how Evans garnered his first customers, his hunt for financing dollars, cliffhanger acquisitions, the near collapse of his marriage, a brutally difficult merger, and a pair of tumultuous quit/unquit moments, all to steer the company to become one of the most successful startups in the world.

Author: Mike Evans
Publisher: Legacy Lit
Date: November 2022
Pages: 272
ISBN: 978-0306925535
Print: ‎ 0306925532
Kindle: B09Y5GDMMR
Category: General interest

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Administering Relational Databases on Microsoft Azure

Author: Prashanth Jayaram et al
Publisher: Independent
Pages: 622
ISBN: 979-8706128029
Print: B08Y4LBTP4
Kindle: B08XZQJHMK
Audience: Azure DBAs
Rating: 2 or 4 (see review for details)
Reviewer: Ian Stirk

This book aims to help you pass the Azure Relational Database exam DP-300, how does it fare?



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Author: David Beazley
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date: September 2021
Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-0134173276
Print: 0134173279
Rating: 4
Reviewer: Alex Armstrong
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