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Scott Crawford

Scott Crawford

Feedback requested and appreciated... long-time friend is helping launch a developer-friendly startup that can render code in 3 dimensional visual presentation. Git -compatible, idea is to optimize development focus and speed-up bug squashing among other benefits: https://www.codewalker.biz/services
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This might be of interest to a few folks: https://phpbestpractices.org/ Not sure how universal the terms "best practices" might be but it provides some good reasoning for the items highlighted.
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MailChimp and the Un-Silicon Valley Way to Make It as a Start-Up http://nyti.ms/2dDYClA #startup #entrepreneurship #growth
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Want 10x Growth? This Is What You Need to Focus On in 2018 https://blog.drift.com/shift-from-supply-to-demand/ #growth #startup
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This is one of the finest blogs I've found which great articles about software business development, sales, and marketing http://www.forentrepreneurs.com #hackerpreneur
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Douglas Rushkoff: Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus—How Growth Became the Enemy of Prosperity
#startup #business
Scott Crawford

Scott Crawford

Continuing on with a research binge for another project tonight... just came across "The early principles of the X Window System" (Wikipedia) - certainly worth passing along: - Do not add new functionality unless an implementor cannot complete a real application without it. - It is as important to decide what a system is not as to decide what it is. Do not serve all the world's needs; rather, make the system extensible so that additional needs can be met in an upwardly compatible fashion.... Read More
Continuing on with a research binge for another project tonight... just came across "The early principles of the X Window System" (Wikipedia) - certainly worth passing along: - Do not add new functionality unless an implementor cannot complete a real application without it. - It is as important to decide what a system is not as to decide what it is. Do not serve all the world's needs; rather, make the system extensible so that additional needs can be met in an upwardly compatible fashion. - The only thing worse than generalizing from one example is generalizing from no examples at all. - If a problem is not completely understood, it is probably best to provide no solution at all. - If you can get 90 percent of the desired effect for 10 percent of the work, use the simpler solution. - Isolate complexity as much as possible. - Provide mechanism rather than policy. In particular, place user interface policy in the clients' hands. Read Less
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Scott Crawford

Scott Crawford

Came across this outstanding resource after finding a need to re-polish my accounting skills: http://www.accountingcoach.com/ Lot's of great reference material here, along with great lead-ins to more technical aspects of costing principles, valuation, and ratio analyses - and all presented through a very polished user experience.
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Scott Crawford

Scott Crawford

(Finally) starting to bring another startup online that I've been assisting for the last few years; comments / feedback very much appreciated prior to our official launch in the coming weeks.... http://holamovil.com/ http://theholacard.com/ https://youandthreeequalsfree.com/
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Sergey Brin: Don't come to #SiliconValley to start a business http://read.bi/28Uu8LV #startup

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