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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! […]

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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. […]

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