4 lessons I learned that are relevant to both
1. It’s about people.
If 6 years of management consulting taught me nothing, it's that people are key. Every problem, every issue is about a person. To get project across the line, you've got to understand who the stakeholders are, what they want and earn their respect. For start ups replace people with customer or user. Without . . .
Start-up 101: Things I knew all along, but somehow didn't do
After spending 6+ months at Telstra’s Muru-d Accelerator, I was invited back to share a few lessons learned.
A question came from the audience,
If you had your time over, what would you do differently?
My answer - I’d remove features, release a product earlier, and start selling sooner. We spent too much time 'getting feedback' . . .
AngularJs is a powerful framework that makes in easier to build awesome user experiences. I started learning 3 months ago and wish I knew these things earlier.
1) Don't even bother learning ngRoute, go straight to UI-Router. It is significantly better and more powerful. https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router.
2) Its an MVVM framework, . . .
RactiveJs - It is probably all you need
Backing the Google Horse
As someone who is still . . .
A few fundamentals that I seemed to miss
I first learnt to code using Ruby on Rails and got my application working with a few scaffolding commands here and there, which was great as the routes were produced for me and everything worked. However, I struggled to build more complex applications because I didn't understand how to ‘navigate’ effectively through my application . . .