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Botox and the Art of Designing Empathy

Alex Walker, 24 hours ago
Research shows that looking at faces changes the way we think. Can you use this knowledge to trigger empathy in your users?
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How Do I Install a Bitbucket Server?

M. David Green, Jul 01
If you decide that your organization's needs are best met by your own Bitbucket server, there are several paths that can get you there....
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8 Ways to Stay Productive When Starting Your First Business

Andrew Lau, 2 days ago
Your first business is the hardest because, as a lifelong employee, you're used to other people keeping you accountable. Here's how to...
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When Does it Make Sense to Use a Bitbucket Server?

M. David Green, Jul 01
Bitbucket is one of the world's leading providers of cloud code repositories, but were you aware that they also provided the ability for...
05:38
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How Can I Use Tags in a Git Repository?

M. David Green, Jul 01
Have you been using version control, such as Git, but not using tags? This screencast introduces Git tags and explains how they are useful...
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What Is Telemedicine & What Do You Need to Know about It?

Josh Althuser, 3 days ago
Telemedicine is an emerging market preparing to disrupt healthcare. Josh Althuser gives entrepreneurs a primer.
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Is My Private Code Safe on a Private Repository in Bitbucket?

M. David Green, Jul 01
When you are considering safety in terms of cloud hosted code repositories, there are really three things that you might want to keep in...
Design & UX

How to (Almost) Painlessly Troubleshoot Your Client Sites

Konrad Caban, 3 days ago
FInding, tagging and removing bugs may not be glamorous but it's a product development phase. Konrad has a toolset for painless...
Design & UX
Alex Walker, 24 hours ago

Botox and the Art of Designing Empathy

Research shows that looking at faces changes the way we think. Can you use this knowledge to trigger empathy in your users?
04:28
Workflow
M. David Green, Jul 01

How Do I Install a Bitbucket Server?

If you decide that your organization's needs are best met by your own Bitbucket server, there are several paths that can get you there. You can use a Docker container, you can use a...
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Andrew Lau, 2 days ago

8 Ways to Stay Productive When Starting Your First Business

Your first business is the hardest because, as a lifelong employee, you're used to other people keeping you accountable. Here's how to stay productive.
05:03
Workflow
M. David Green, Jul 01

When Does it Make Sense to Use a Bitbucket Server?

Bitbucket is one of the world's leading providers of cloud code repositories, but were you aware that they also provided the ability for organizations to run their own instance of...
05:38
Workflow
M. David Green, Jul 01

How Can I Use Tags in a Git Repository?

Have you been using version control, such as Git, but not using tags? This screencast introduces Git tags and explains how they are useful for things like releases of your codebase....
2 Comments
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Josh Althuser, 3 days ago

What Is Telemedicine & What Do You Need to Know about It?

Telemedicine is an emerging market preparing to disrupt healthcare. Josh Althuser gives entrepreneurs a primer.
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Workflow
M. David Green, Jul 01

Is My Private Code Safe on a Private Repository in Bitbucket?

When you are considering safety in terms of cloud hosted code repositories, there are really three things that you might want to keep in mind. These three considerations are privacy,...
Design & UX
Konrad Caban, 3 days ago

How to (Almost) Painlessly Troubleshoot Your Client Sites

FInding, tagging and removing bugs may not be glamorous but it's a product development phase. Konrad has a toolset for painless troubleshooting of bug.

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Brad Hanks, 10 hours ago

Inbound User Growth is the Best Kind of Growth — Here’s How to Get It

Brad Hanks explains why inbound user growth is the best kind of growth, and how he's built this kind of traffic for his project.
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Alex Walker, 24 hours ago

Botox and the Art of Designing Empathy

Research shows that looking at faces changes the way we think. Can you use this knowledge to trigger empathy in your users?
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Andrew Lau, 2 days ago

8 Ways to Stay Productive When Starting Your First Business

Your first business is the hardest because, as a lifelong employee, you're used to other people keeping you accountable. Here's how to stay productive.
2 Comments
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Josh Althuser, 3 days ago

What Is Telemedicine & What Do You Need to Know about It?

Telemedicine is an emerging market preparing to disrupt healthcare. Josh Althuser gives entrepreneurs a primer.
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Konrad Caban, 3 days ago

How to (Almost) Painlessly Troubleshoot Your Client Sites

FInding, tagging and removing bugs may not be glamorous but it's a product development phase. Konrad has a toolset for painless troubleshooting of bug.
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Joshua Kraus, 4 days ago

To the Clients Who Stiffed Us...

One risk freelancers face is spending substantial time on a project without ever getting paid. Joshua Kraus talks to four freelancers who have been there.
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Andrew McDermott, 7 days ago

You're the Best Developer on the Team — Why It'll Cost You Your Job

Being the best developer - or the best at anything - can cost you everything, if you let it. Andrew McDermott explains why, and how to avoid that fate.
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Paul Maplesden, Aug 17

Which Productivity System Is Best for Me?

Paul Maplesden looks at the major productivity systems, and discusses the pros and cons of each choice.
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Shaumik Daityari, Aug 13

3 Ways to Run Mobile Marketing Campaigns in Developing Countries

Mobile marketing requires a different approach in developing countries, where smartphone penetration is low. We look at three of those strategies.
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Matthew Brown, Aug 11

Freelance Pricing: Trends & Tips to Help You Charge More

Freelance pricing is often undervalued and unsustainable. Using data, you can increase your income and increase your chances of staying in business.
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Alex Walker, Aug 11

UX Design 2016: Too Many Hunters – Not Enough Gatherers?

As 'web people', we talk a lot about 'capturing customers', but not so much about what to do with them when we succeed. We can learn a lot from airlines.
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Daniel Schwarz, Aug 10

How to Work From a Café or Bar Without Becoming a Freeloading Jerk

Many freelancers and remote workers are hesitant to start working from cafés because they don't understand the etiquette. Daniel Schwarz clears it all up.
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Ellie Martin, Aug 09

11 High-paying and Remote Jobs In High Demand in 2016

Ellie Martin presents some of the highest-paying work opportunities for those looking to work remotely in the tech industry.
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Tomas Šlimas, Aug 09

Using Social Media Influencers to Market Your Business

Companies like Travel Ticker, GoPro and Kardashian Beauty rely on social media influencers to share their brand. Tomas Šlimas looks at how they do it.
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Andrew McDermott, Aug 06

This Development Tool Hurts Developers — Here's How to Win Anyway

Every development team depends on this tool, but when it's used the wrong way, the results can be catastrophic. Andrew McDermott explains how to win anyway.
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Paul Maplesden, Aug 04

The Beginner’s Guide to Creating Effective Business Reports

Paul Maplesden draws on his experience as a reporting manager and business owner to explain how actionable, effective business reports are created.
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Alex Walker, Aug 04

The Trolley Problem: Will Our Cars Grow up to Be Heroes?

The Trolley Problem is one of the great 'thought experiments' in ethics. But it's a thought experiment that's about to play out in the real world.
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Rebeka Bergin, Aug 03

How to Master the Habit of Forming Good Habits

Rebeka Bergin looks at the essential mechanics behind forming good habits, something that many of us often find too difficult to persist with.
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Daniel Schwarz, Aug 02

Is Sympli the Design Collaboration Tool That Developers Won't Hate?

Designers and developers need to work closely to get the best out of each other. Sympli, the latest attempt to make a seamless collaboration tool .  
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Daniel Schwarz, Aug 01

How to Hire Your First Remote Team

Remote teams are happier and more productive, but there are a few things you should know before you start hiring remote employees. Daniel Schwarz explains.
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Joshua Kraus, Jul 30

Oh, the Lengths We'll Go: Extreme Stories on Getting the Job Done

Deprivation, root canals and office bondage... some freelancers and entrepreneurs will do anything to get the job done. Joshua Kraus talks to six of them.
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Andrew McDermott, Jul 30

8 Common Mistakes That Get Developers Fired

Think you'll avoid those silly mistakes that get others fired? Think again. Andrew McDermott explains the 8 mistakes that really get developers fired.
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Daniel Schwarz, Jul 28

How to Deal with Distracting Housemates When Working from Home

Working from home when living with those who don't understand working from home can be tough. Here's how to make it work.
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Amber Leigh Turner, Jul 27

20 Social Networking Sites for Business Professionals

Many of us actively use sites like Twitter and Facebook to promote our businesses. Let's look at 20 social networking sites for business professionals.