Dealing with "the big client" as customer-funded business
What is being customer-funded and how do we deal with prioritizing "the big client" over regular ones.
The state of testing at Firmhouse and what to improve
We're big on automated testing at Firmhouse. An overview of what we use and what we can improve.
A model for scaling technical content and documentation
A scalable content production approach by using raw forum posts as source for polished documentation content.
Strategy doesn't happen in tickets
We fully switched to using Linear for development. The only thing I have a big beef with is that suddenly everything becomes a ticket. And it's very easy to fall into the trap that you start using Linear for more than it's suited for. Especially because tickets aren't suitable for strategic work.
My take on NFTs: expensive JPEGs and so much more
This is a blog post of various thoughts notes from the past few weeks when diving into NFTs.
I have a new side-project and it's called ClubCard
Have fun following me along!
Rails 6, TailwindCSS, TailwindUI, and Stimulus New App Guide (November 2020)
Get started quickly a new Rails 6 app with TailwindCSS, Stimulus included. Follow these instructions and commands.
New book: Demand-Side Sales by Bob Moesta
This book is about just that: Selling products without doing "sales".
Our deployment strategy for on-premise customers (in China)
Last year (2019), one of our customers asked if it was possible to run our full recurring commerce platform to sell product subscriptions in China. Hosting something in China is not as straightforward as hosting something for the rest of the world. This article explains how we got it done.
Remove flickering flash messages on Turbolinks
If you're using Turbolinks, and flash messages in your Rails app, then this
might come in handy.
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