Sometimes you succeed against all odds, by fighting bugs of all kinds.
It is true: In Greece, you sometimes feel like a crying wolf on the hill. However, wolves are proud creatures and know how to survive.
Somehow, this is the story of successful Greek startups, like Bugsense. You can find here the interview I took from John Vlachogiannis and Panos Papadopoulos, founders of Bugsense.
What I personally keep in mind from this interview?
a) The laughter ( my recorder suffered from the jokes we made with each other)
b) The interview itself ( one of the reasons I am writing is to challenge myself with learning new things constantly, realizing my ignorance about a shattered world around me)
c) The disagreement I had with Panagiotis on our suffering country Greece
It was an intriguing discussion with opposed arguments based on my favourite “dialectical method” as originated from Plato in The Republic (380 BC)
“The dialectical method is dialogue between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject, who wish to establish the truth of the matter by dialogue, with reasoned arguments”.
Photo from www.bugsense.com