"Rockset is like magic. Holy carp making query lambdas and then using them on the server is so much easier than Mongo. True story. This is my first time in here. My coworker made our previous query lambda. I'm sold now! It's soooo fast!"
Customer love notes keep me going. It is like the wind beneath my wings. I helped build query lambdas and I am so proud of the work we did - the value we created for our customers.
Our users tell us time and again how easy it is for them to get started with our product. And yes, I do a little dance and a fist bump every time I hear that :)
"It’s dead simple"
"It's easy to integrate into an existing API or Front End. It feels natural to work with."
"Rockset took our 6 month roadmap and shrunk it to a single afternoon"
It makes my heart sing when I hear that our users are able to unleash their creativity and build innovative solutions to problems that may have seemed impossible before.
"we can do things we have never been able to do before"
"Changed the way I am building my product"
"Build real-time analytics features I thought were impossible due to complexity and cost"
As I reflect over my time here at Rockset, I was thinking about how much I have grown. All the things I get to do every day, all the features and improvements I shipped to prod, the experience of working in a tight-knit team, wearing multiple hats and the journey overall. In mid-2019 when I was first considering this role, I didn’t fully realize what I was signing up for - and needless to say, it has been quite the ride!
As a UX team of 1, I am that person in the company who spends a significant chunk of my time researching our customers, learning about the space, problem solving and owning product design. Also: building our design system and product branding, building company assets and sometimes consulting on our website too. On any given day, it’s not uncommon to do two or more of these. The context switching can be intense and managing time well is a non-negotiable pre-requisite to being successful.Continue reading
This post was originally published on April 28 2021 in Rockset's blog