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The Foundation of Working Remotely

Working remotely takes effort. If you’re a company that’s about to take the jump or has been working at it, there are a few key areas to focus on. With advances in technology, it’ll only be moments before most companies blur the lines between working in person and remotely.

The One Reason Why You Should Stop Asking Users What They Want

Steve Jobs famously said: “A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” We hear this constantly in product development, and while this saying has been somewhat demonized as of late, I would wager to say that most of us don’t really know what teaching looks like in…

WWDC 2015: The 5 Things You Should Know

Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) concluded this week in San Francisco California. Here are my five notable takeaways from this year’s event.

Swift Everywhere

At this year’s WWDC, Apple announced the open-sourcing of their Swift programming language. What does this mean and where can we expect to see Swift go in the near future?

Isomorphic. Round 2

We’ve been talking about sharing JavaScript between the server and the browser for years. What if we could share JavaScript between the server, browser, and native applications?

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