Survey - State of Development 2015

Published 30 October 2014 by C. G. Brown

There are many new trends in software development. We're on the cusp of the next wave of cloud computing, where even small organizations can take advantage of technologies like Docker to rapidly deploy and scale. 

We want to help our customers learn more about this rapidly changing space, so we've created a brief survey on the state of development. Please take a few minutes to share your experiences. If you complete the survey, we'll share the detailed results with you so you can learn a bit more about what's next for your peers (and possibly for your competitors).

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Topics: Business, Software Development, DevOps

We Want To Hear Your ProjectLocker Story

Published 27 October 2014 by C. G. Brown

Since 2003, ProjectLocker has helped thousands of customers with their software development projects. Over the past eleven (!) years, we've heard a lot of great stories from our customers about how ProjectLocker has changed the way they do business, or alleviated problems that were keeping their teams from moving at full speed. 

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Topics: Craftsmanship, Startups, Business

What Startups Can Learn From Restaurant Coupons

Published 23 September 2014 by C. G. Brown

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Topics: Startups, Atlanta, Business, SaaS, Pricing, Metrics

Be Honest About Your Mistakes

Published 19 September 2014 by C. G. Brown

Entrepreneurs have more pressure on them than just about any other type of professional. They are wearing multiple hats, doing whatever needs to be done. They face the numbers' awful truth, every day. They get no days off. Employees and their families are looking to them for their livelihoods. It's no wonder that so many are depressed

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Topics: Startups, Business

BMWs, Cup Holders, and the Promise of Product Management

Published 27 August 2014 by Runako Godfrey

Being intentional about product choices is becoming increasingly recognized as a winning strategy for product management. The basic idea is that by relentlessly focusing on the core of your product, you can create a more lovable product that is easy for your customers to use. Companies like Apple and Basecamp extoll the virtues of rejecting most customer-requested features to prevent dilution of their offerings. 

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Topics: Business, Product Management

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