I have an obsession with data.
In this post I’ll show you what I did with data and Elixir, Poolboy, Mogrify, AndreaMosaic.
This should be named “Introduction to OTP” but I always wanted to be like Kyle.
When I started learning Elixir, the acronym OTP didn’t mean anything to me. But this is one of the main features of Elixir.
If you are new with Elixir, read on.
In a Forbes article, David Marquet pointed out the origin of the word “company,” … the com- in company is derived the same root that gives us companion and comrade and the pan- is derived from the word for bread. So a company describes a group of people breaking bread together. David Marquette And that’s […]
According to Wikipedia, an asset is, “Anything tangible or intangible that can be owned or controlled to produce value. … Simply stated, assets represent value of ownership that can be converted into cash.” Given this definition, can we agree then that “asset” is a really crappy way to refer to people? Of course, most people […]
I recently visited my client in San Francisco. It was the first time we met in person.
Putting names to faces is a great experience. Getting to know people as fully functional human beings makes a huge difference in the way we work together. Don’t skimp on doing this. It is worth every penny.
For my part, I wanted to make a good impression and sweet, delicious coyotas hit the mark.
Have your Codepen blank and ready so you can test it for yourself.
I am part of SoftwareDev Tools, a relatively small team responsible for making software products for software developers. We all work on several products and we have to switch hats constantly.
Here is what I have learned to be more productive and have less friction when switching from one app to another.
A lot of the talk about “growth” centers around signing up users, conversions. It sure feels good. But ultimately, you want long-term customers who can also be your advocates?
Do you have a clear strategy to turn customers into evangelists?
A lot of the talk about “growth” centers around signing up users, conversions. It sure feels good. But long-term retention is the goal.
Do you have a clear strategy?
Travel experiences are unique for each human being. What’s fun or enjoyable to me, might not be so for you.
There is a lot of travel data out there that’s already hard at work. However, there’s a lot more information that tells of the subjective experience of travelers. Unfortunately, much of this is not yet digitally accessible
If you are not figuring out how access to this information, then your product will become become irrelevant.