Providing for Startups: the New California Gold Rush

California clipper, Wikimedia Commons The California Gold Rush (1848–1855) lasted only 7 years. In that amount of time, it brought 300,000 people to California, invigorated the US economy, played a key role in ushering California to statehood in 1850, and caused a precipitous population decline of Native Californians. One of the most profound lessons of... Continue Reading →

Dust.js as a React Delivery Vehicle

Even people in love with Single Page Apps and pooh-poohing server side rendering know that SPAs cannot just materialize in the browser. Something has to deliver them there. Until recently, AngularJS was the most popular client side JS framework, and I have seen all kinds of ADVs (Angular Delivery Vehicles) - from Node.js (N is... Continue Reading →

Pessimism as a Service

Taking human nature into account, rolling with the imperfections of reality, expecting and preparing for the worst pays off tenfold once the projects get serious - Pessimism as a Service in a nutshell.

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