When it comes to products, the little things are what make something stand above the rest.Read More The Little Things
use Google Analytics, which I’ve talked a little bit about not too long ago. During that time period, I wanted to know if people were actually reading this blog. Well, about 76% of you will if the page shows up in under one second. If it takes longer than that, only 56% of you will.Read More Your Bounce Rate is Probably Wrong – For Bloggers Anyway
I’ve been writing software a loooong time. I’ve seen a lot of ways to do things. Scrum, Agile, XP, Waterfall, etc. This is my own dumb way of doing things. It’s one that makes more sense. I call it D.I.S.A.R.M. after all, in real life, your business is trying to disarm the competition.Read More How to D.I.S.A.R.M.
I searched for myself on Github … here’s the linkRead More We’re a Little Too Open Source — Public Service Announcement
My blog isn’t particularly popular (or unpopular). I don’t really care too much about advertising it’s existence… that’s what google is for.Read More My Blog: Pure WordPress vs. Static Files With Hugo and WordPress Hybrid
I get contacted a lot with job offers. Most of them want me to work “for no money” and accept payment with equity.Read More Payment with Equity
Data can tell you who to sell to, it can tell you when to sell a certain product, it can tell you whether you should launch a product, and when to bail out of a business. Data can answer the questions: who, what, when and where. However, data cannot tell you how or why. That’s […]Read More Data Can’t Drive Your Business, Veers Into Oncoming Competition
For most – if not all – of my career, I’ve focused on small businesses and startups. The challenges that need to be solved are the best, and while they always go through the same growing pains, they always tend to find new ways of solving them.Read More What’s The Difference?