hypios boosts R&D through online competitions with tens of thousands of Solvers
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Now is the time to start hiring the staff that can help you perfect your company's product. If a prototype is the first manifestation of your big idea, the beta transforms it into a product you might actually sell. The focus here is on usability and design. Phase three: Develop the beta product - May. 24, 2006
36 Startup Tips: From Software Engineering to PR and More! This is a collection of startup tips covering software engineering, infrastructure, PR, conferences, legal and finance. They describe best practices for an early-stage startup. We hope that you will find these tips useful, but also please remember that they are based on subjective experiences and not all of them will be applicable to your company. These tips originally appeared as separate posts on the BlueBlog, the blog of AdaptiveBlue. [Ed: Alex Iskold is founder and CEO of AdaptiveBlue, as well as being a feature writer for RWW.]
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The List of N Things
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The Founder Visa
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The Anatomy of Determination
How to Disagree
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Lies We Tell Kids
The Pooled-Risk Company Management Company
Can You Buy a Silicon Valley? Maybe.
Why to Start a Startup in a Bad Economy
A Fundraising Survival Guide
The High-Res Society
You Weren't Meant to Have a Boss
A New Venture Animal
Cities and Ambition
How to Be an Angel Investor
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