Following these nine simple steps should make your work with remote developers both enjoyable and productive.
Considering freelance developers for your next project might open up many opportunities and lead to amazing projects being delivered. So why not give it a shot?
They say the only thing which is constant is change. This applies very well to startup technology world. Also, technology grows exponentially and its development unfolds right before our eyes and we don’t even realize it. It continues to evolve and change at faster and faster rates.
Marketing is a bit of a wild card. It's unpredictable. It's counter-intuitive at times. It has no clear correlation between the amount of time and effort you put in and the outcome (assuming you are doing something). Here's a guide to help you wrap your head around the marketing voodoo.
Founders’ egos are their worst enemies when it comes to sales. They spend months or even years developing technically impeccable product. The product launches and then…. **Crickets! #fail** Here's a guide on how to sell your product - sales requires skills, too.
Here are 3 mistakes beginners should avoid when coding your personal side project.
Insurance is frequently overlooked by startups. Many founders don’t even think about it until it’s too late. They see it as an unnecessary expense and a hassle. At the end of the day, attorneys are just vultures- you can’t trust them. And those insurance sales guys are THE WORST.
This is more than just a blog post. It’s the flag planted at the summit of a just-climbed mountain. It’s the victory lap at the end of challenging race. It’s an acknowledgment of finally achieving a decade-long goal.
Taking the first step is the most essential but at the same time one of the most difficult times in the life of a start-up. Here's part one of a series for developers on how to launch your startup, written with the input of a developer.
This is the 3rd week of Amanda’s coding journey as she pairs with a mentor to learn Python & Django.