Coders for hire? Perhaps not. "Coding" is a term that has been quickly adopted to describe the (often very well-paid) profession and hobby of millions around the world, likely due to its brevity. However, its terse and increasingly commoditized usage is doing a disservice to the highly educated
I sat down with my good friend and incredible sales leader Jorge Soto for a great discussion on some of the unspoken truths around starting and growing a company, as part of his new series #StartupsUnedited. Jorge has produced countless videos around sales, entrepreneurship, and the occasional jam session. To
When I began selling software services years ago, there were a number of assumptions I made about how the world behaved. Specifically, as an engineer, I believed that people were rational, behaviors were predictable, and products / services were bought on the basis of their merit. What a rude awakening I
...figure out the price of what you're selling. If you're going to set a fixed price for an item, the price should be set to... well... the cost of the item. Common sense, right? If that's pretty straightforward, then the next obvious question is: how much should the item cost?
At Bitmatica, we've been thinking hard about how to disrupt project management. And I think we've finally figured it out. When Google launched Material Design a few years ago, we knew it had vast potential beyond software interfaces, and decided it was time for material to meet the real world.