This is the first in a new series of blog posts in which we pick the brains of proven entrepreneurs and interesting figures in the startup world, find out what makes them tick, how they approach their problems, and what advice they can share.Written by Gavin Morrice —
I can still remember how my face lit up with delight at the laptop screen in front of me. This was back in 2008 — I was sitting in my small apartment in Ålesund, Norway. It was the first time I tried Ruby on Rails and I was like a dog with two tails.Written by Gavin Morrice —
While working on a current iOS app I was using the very useful BubbleWrap gem for persisting values within a few classes. While BubbleWrap is great, but I found that having to call
App::Persistence throughout my app wasn’t ideal.
One of the questions we’re asked regularly by our clients is where they can find funding to help them launch their project. Typically, the client has a great idea, they’ve already put a lot of thought into their solution and we’ve provided them with a development estimate, so they know how much it will cost to develop their solution. The next step in their process is to find the money required to turn their idea into a profitable, successful business.Written by Gavin Morrice —