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Last month, investors went absolutely bananas for software initial public offerings, or IPOs. No company highlighted the craze more than Snowflake (NYSE:SNOW) — shares of which have more than doubled from their initial price. 

But in the Snowflake-induced haze of IPO stocks, another company caught my attention: JFrog Ltd. (NASDAQ:FROG). This company checks off a lot of boxes that I look for in an investment: founder-led, strong balance sheet, and a barbell approach that seems to be working very well.

That said, two issues give me pause. Read below to get the whole story.

Cloud online storage technology concept. with magnifying glass

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First, the company from 30,000 feet

I’m a big fan of solid mission statements. When those mission statements can easily convey what a technology company does to a non-techie like myself, I like it even more. JFrog’s mission is “to power a world of continuously updated, version-less software.”  The company calls

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a car parked on the side of a road: Tesla


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  • A widely shared clip on Twitter appears to show a Tesla Model 3 dramatically failing an automatic braking test in China.
  • In the clip, originally posted to the social media site Weibo, a simulated pedestrian on a controlled path is mowed down by the car.
  • In the US, AAA has found major flaws with many automakers’ emergency braking software, including Tesla. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

 

Tesla’s automatic braking apparently wasn’t enough to save a simulated pedestrian in China.

Video from social media site Weibo, posted to Twitter this month, shows a stuffed dummy on a track walking in front of a quickly accelerating Model 3. It doesn’t end well for the inanimate walker.

 

Jalopnik first spotted the video. Tesla didn’t respond to questions about it. 

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It’s not clear who organized the event where the clip was taken,

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