The meat grinder approach for startup ideas
I first heard of the meat grinder approach for finding startup ideas in a post by Tyler Tringas. Tyler doesn’t try to find good business ideas. He uses the meat grinder approach to filter out all the bad ideas he has.
Merry Christmas 2016
Here are a few of my favorite Christmas themed links for Software Developers.
Software Soup Today you can add Google maps to your application with a few lines of code. Just think about how crazy that is?
Remembering how to listen as a tech community
Have you ever talked to someone who’s not listening to you?
A Programmer’s invisible resistance
I’m sure as computer programmers you’ve felt resistance before.
What Software Developers Can Learn From Naruto Uzumaki
I believe that you can learn from everyone even if they’re a fictional character. If you have no idea who Naruto is then you’re definitely in for a treat. This is another post in a series that I’m writing on what software developer can learn for the lives of others. I’ll cover a mix of […]
Consistency over quality
Today I decided to press the publish button on a podcast that I’m not completely happy with. Don’t get me wrong I don’t think I’ve ever published something that I’m 100% happy with. I don’t think there’s anything that’s perfect. But back to the podcast.
Starting Small As A Software Developer
We all start small. I found this short list by Justin Jackson on what starting small looks like. I’ve had trouble starting small in the past. I’m the type of person who wants to start at level three not level one. This post reminded me of something.
One way to tell if you’re patient enough
How far in the future are you thinking? Recently thanks to Gary Vee I’ve been thinking about the importance of patience.