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Fullstack Fargo: A Meetup for Fargo’s Skilled Developers

Fullstack Fargo: A Meetup for Fargo’s Skilled Developers

There’s an awesome group for Fargo’s growing community of developers, and it’s called Fullstack Fargo! This meetup is hosted once a month and  is open to developers, UI/UX designers, and the like interested in all things full stack development! We’re always excited to see events and opportunities for fellow nerds in our community; we wanted […]

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Pivot! A Great Way to Strengthen Your Startup

Pivot! A Great Way to Strengthen Your Startup

There is a dirty little truth in the startup world. Everyone pivots. But what does that even mean? Pivot is basically a shift in your business strategy to adapt to feedback. Sometimes it’s a small shift to change how you monetize your app or product; sometimes it’s a major shift into a completely different market. […]

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So, You Have a New Product? Let’s Price That Thing.

So, You Have a New Product? Let’s Price That Thing.

Properly pricing your product can be one of the trickiest steps of a new product launch. Pricing too high causes problems, pricing too low causes problems, and pricing just right is really hard to do. But it doesn’t have to be. There are a few simple steps you can follow to make sure that your […]

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What the Heck is Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?

What the Heck is Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?

If you’re a businessperson, an entrepreneur, or someone with a whole lot of cool ideas, you’ve probably heard the term “MVP”. If not, you’re in for a treat. These three little letters carry a lot of power. So, MVP. What the heck is that? In short, a minimum viable product, or MVP, is a very […]

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Restful Rails API, Just Add Water

Restful Rails API, Just Add Water

I make a habit out of hunting for fun new web applications and services across the interwebs. These applications can be very different but one thing that does not change is the need for them to have a decent API. When I find a service that has a nonexistent, a poorly documented, or an inconsistent […]

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