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Startups

Attack of the Atlanta code schools!

The unemployment rate for a decent software developer in Atlanta is zero.  The demand for quality software developers is booming as Atlanta quickly becomes one of the top five tech startup cities in the US.  I have lived the scarcity of software development resources first hand over the past several … Keep reading >>>

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Startups

Moving From Blogger to WordPress

I’ve used Blogger for a long, long time for my personal blogging, including 87 posts that chronicled our adoption of our children from Kazakhstan in 2005.  But 2005 was a long, long time ago, and Blogger really just hasn’t grown or otherwise improved much since then.  Yes, it’s still … Keep reading >>>

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Pitch Practice Startups

Pitch Practice 5-23-2014

15 people enjoyed the Firehouse Subs at StartupChowdown and then stayed to enjoy a great session of Pitch Practice.  Here’s who pitched.

  • Better Charities – When you donate, we let you see where your money goes.  
  • Parkent Cycles – secure docking stations for your bike.
  • SafelyStay – put trust
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Digital Marketing

Atlanta's Tech Startup Blogs

Here’s a (non-exhaustive) list of Atlanta Tech Startup Blogs in alpha order.  Raise your hand if you’re not here.  Seriously, if you don’t see your favorite Atlanta Tech & Startup Blog listed, please tell me.  I’m personally blown away by the sheer number if high quality blogs from Atlanta. … Keep reading >>>

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Startups

Startup Lesson 29: Culture is built brick by brick

After attending Saddington‘s first Human Capital & Culture meetup this morning, and reading Lindsay‘s post of her experiences with the culture-first model, I want to paint a picture via a simple analogy of how any company’s culture is built, from the beginning.  The analogy is a brick house, … Keep reading >>>