I’d been hearing a lot of buzz around jQuery and how much developers like it. While I myself am not a front-end developer and prefer doing mostly back-end work in Java or Rail, after I saw jQuery in action at SXSWi I wanted to learn to code it in first hand. One of the reasons…Keep on Reading
lessons to innovate & inspire!
This is a follow-up to my prior post Pre-Launch Prep. First, pat yourself on the back for making it through the launch! Now let’s focus on next steps. The product team’s job is to create and design features that will keep users engaged, and engineering team’s job is to make users happy. Happiness == (bug…Keep on Reading
Being at the ground floor of a startup is the best, not that I’ve ever come in at a later stage, but having gone through the full lifecycle of one startup I can vouch for the beginning being the most exciting and romantic period. You define the product, engage with users, research technologies to use…Keep on Reading