Over the years dynamic languages such as Python and Ruby have become cherished by startups. As for .Net it is more rarely heard to be used by startups. That’s interesting indeed, because this platform is definitely bigger than most of the popular ones. So I wonder why a platform as widely adopted and supported as… Continue reading Why is .Net not so popular with startups?
This time I would like to tell you how to organize your startup if the bank or investor you referred to considered you project too risky for funding. Where to find the money to make the project happen? The way to get this problem solved is crowd funding - financial phenomenon that became so popular… Continue reading Launching Startup with Crowdfunding: does it work?
In IT world everybody knows what Dedicated Development Team approach implies. Right now take half a minute and try to describe your associations with DDT: Hmmm…5 developers… more?.. big project…half a year or longer… long negotiations…administrative formalities…we will start in a month?…Hmmm…maybe we are too small for this… That’s what most probably has come to… Continue reading New look of DDT approach. “Casual” style?