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Are Your Eyes Too Big for Your Project?

With Thanksgiving behind us and the December Holiday fast approaching, it always gets me thinking about overeating. One more piece of pie won't hurt me, or constantly grazing all the treats laid out even when I am not hungry. It doesn't seem like a big deal until you are so stuffed you feel awful for a couple of hours, or even worse, you step on the scale in January, and you wonder where that 10 lbs came from. Where are you going with this? Thanks for the digestion tips, Chip, but how does this apply to the software project I am working on?  Just like having one more piece of pie, adding another feature or a string of changes to your project or sprint can cause you and your team a large amount of heartburn. Making choices like this in a vacuum, without considering the impact on other features or the team, doesn’t just hurt yourself. It impacts the entire team, the project, and your budget.  Suddenly everyone is sitting on the couch saying I don't feel well. Meal/Sprint [...]

By |2022-12-15T15:33:32-06:00December 15, 2022|Development, Strategy, Technology|0 Comments

Ask Andy: 7 Things Developers Want YOU to Know

Rednaxela Terrace is a street in Hong Kong. The name might look familiar if you squint: that’s Alexander spelled backwards. How’d that happen? English is written and read from left to right, but Chinese is read from right to left. The name was probably transcribed by a Chinese city clerk operating under their own understanding of language. Similarly, many misunderstandings between entrepreneurs and developers come from differing expectations. We featured Andy’s crash course in developer-speak on the Modern Logic blog, and today, he’s providing Part 2. Let’s go beyond recognizing words to understanding the underlying expectations developers have when entering a new project. Here are 7 tips developers want YOU to know! […]

By |2021-12-01T11:38:44-06:00December 2, 2021|App Development, Cool Stuff, Development, Spotlight, Technology|0 Comments

Ask Andy: A Common Vocabulary for Developers & Entrepreneurs

When startup entrepreneurs connect with developers, they often don’t speak the same language. That’s why Andy Rahn, Principle Engineer at Modern Logic, presented a crash course on developer jargon at Twin Cities Startup Week. Read on, and you’ll be conversational in Developer-Speak in no time! […]

Parlez-vous Developer-Speak? Andy Will Help You Overcome Your Language Barrier

When startup entrepreneurs connect with developers, they often don’t speak the same language. That’s why Andy Rahn, Principle Engineer at Modern Logic, will present a crash course on developer jargon at Twin Cities Startup Week. […]

The Astropad Story: Post Webinar Overview

On April 21st we hosted a webinar: Building SaaS Products that Scale; The Astropad Story: Pivots, Threats, & Opportunity View Webinar In this webinar, Dustin Bruzenak, Modern Logic CEO, had the opportunity to interview Matt Ronge (CEO and Cofounder of Astropad) on his startup journey. A big thank you to Lighter Capital and co-host Zach Hoene (VP of Strategic Partnerships) for making this webinar series possible. […]

The Astropad Story: Pivots, Threats & Opportunity

Building SaaS Products that Scale The Astropad Story: Pivots, Threats & Opportunity: The Second Webinar in this Series On April 21st Modern Logic will be co-hosting a webinar with Lighter Capital, a Seattle based VC and Astropad’s CEO, Matt Ronge. Wednesday, April 21st 10:00 am PST, 12:00, CST Register Now Event Description Defining your value proposition, building a simple product and launching it into the market gets you to the starting point. Refining your offering and beginning to scale and pivot in the face of competition is an entirely different animal. […]

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