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  • #7817 Reply
    Rebecca
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    this site was ranking for all kinds of stuff 2 years ago, then it dropped big time and now its back again ranking for every software app

    the pages claim to have reviews but there are no reviews anywhere. and half the comparison info is wacky inaccurate

    #7818 Reply
    Jesse
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    #7819 Reply
    Matthew
    Guest

    >> Alternatives to SlickStack. Terraform, Ansible, Dotenv, Capistrano, and Chef are the most popular alternatives and competitors to SlickStack.

    https://stackshare.io/slickstack/alternatives

    not even close lol

    #7820 Reply
    Diane
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    Who owns Stackshare, they have been rather secretive since the beginning which is weird. They clearly have some money, you don’t get glowing profiles on TechCrunch and s**t (before your app even has any userbase) without serious connections.

    #7821 Reply
    Christina
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    https://www.google.com/search?q=link%3Astackshare.io

    520,000 backlinks on Google. This is one of the highest I’ve ever seen

    #7822 Reply
    Kathleen
    Guest

    don’t get glowing profiles on TechCrunch

    don’t you like how Techcrunch pretends like they don’t accept bribes and everything is ethical journalism when its clearly the exact opposite lol

    #7823 Reply
    Beverly
    Guest

    sounds exactly like the Genius.com corruption

    #7841 Reply
    Peter
    Guest

    >> Who owns Stackshare

    I checked and this guy named Yonas B. was the founder, tons and tons of articles written about him for it… you’d think Stackshare was the next Google from all the media attention he was able to get.

    However, Crunchbase and others now say “Fikile M.” was the founder. But of them are black people with similar looking faces, what is going on?

    #7842 Reply
    Richard
    Guest

    https://www.crunchbase.com/person/yonas-beshawred

    I think he became a trans woman and changed his name in the process

    #7843 Reply
    Amanda
    Guest

    I think he became a trans woman

    well, that would explain things!

    #7844 Reply
    Sandra
    Guest

    but yah, how the hell did Stackshare get over $7 million in funding? it’s a glorified copycat of Alternative.to software directory

    https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/stackshare/company_financials

    #7845 Reply
    Kevin
    Guest

    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/02/black-founder-in-silicon-valley-we-need-to-work-twice-as-hard-to-win.html

    looooollllllll

    This is part of CNBC Make It’s series on what it’s like to be Black in Silicon Valley. Silicon Valley has long been a culture dominated by white men, with a fraught record of following up on commitments to fix its race problem, from major tech companies that have barely moved their numbers on diversity to a lack of funding for Black founders. Here, CNBC Make It spoke with Black professionals to hear their experiences.

    Being a Black founder in Silicon Valley means always carrying the weight of wondering whether your Blackness will affect your success, Yonas Beshawred, the founder and CEO of San Francisco-headquartered tech company StackShare tells CNBC Make It.

    #7846 Reply
    Maria
    Guest

    “Black founder in Silicon Valley: ‘We need to play the game and work twice as hard to win'”

    > be black
    > tell NBC Silicon Valley is racist
    > immediately get $7 million in funding for your half-baked software directory

    #7847 Reply
    Kathleen
    Guest

    well, that was in the middle of the #BlackLivesMatter saga, so.

    #7848 Reply
    Justin
    Guest

    https://builtwith.com

    be like 🙄

    #7849 Reply
    Wayne
    Guest

    Can’t wait for StackShare to shut down in 2025 right after Yonas buys a mansion in Los Angeles and a holiday beach house in Miami.

    It was hyped to s**t just like Quora and then overnight everyone stopped using it. Relies entirely on user input (employees revealing their private software decisions, which is probably an security issue for many companies too). There is no way for this site to stay around long-term as some type of VC-funded growth experiement.

    Congrats on the grift, bud

    #9176 Reply
    Keith
    Guest

    this thread lmaoooooooooooo

    can you imagine being one of the investors??

    #9177 Reply
    Robert
    Guest

    Black Trans Stacks

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