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Learn what joining a remote startup accelerator is like from Tony Chan, co-founder of CloudForecast.io, who was accepted into the Spring 2021 batch of TinySeed, the MicroConf Startup Accelerator and Fund.
Tony is a member of the MicroConf Connect community from launch and has been building CloudForecast, an AWS cost management tool that helps engineering teams monitor and eliminate wasted spend without spending. He is a 3x applicant to TinySeed, having applied over each of the application rounds.
TinySeed is currently accepting applications for the Fall 2021 batch of companies that we will welcome into our accelerator. If you'd like to apply, head over to https://tinyseed.com/apply
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