How to record a Snapstorm, by Staszek Kolarzowski
Snapchat is no longer just an app for teenagers. Look carefully and you’ll find entrepreneurs, founders, and even developers, all happy to share their knowledge with others.
The lean way of building startups: treat features as options, by Kamil Nicieja
Every early-stage startup must reach two milestones before it can scale.
How to build an MVP without coding anything, by Kamil Nicieja
We like to think that we’re logical creatures who make rational decisions based on future value.
Should you pursue a vertical market or a horizontal market?, by Kamil Nicieja
Get to know the difference between a vertical and a horizontal market.
Color blending in SCSS, by Jan Dudek
Clean up your colors with custom blending functions in SCSS.
What to look for in a technical co-founder, by Kamil Nicieja
If you want to launch a startup and your expertise lies in a non-technical area like sales or marketing, you’ll need to find a technical co-founder.
Embracing remote work to travel the world, by Paulina Chojnowska
A lot of us can work remotely, but choose not to. Here’s why you should at least try it.
Running product retrospectives, by Matt Drozdzynski
Iterate on your processes as often as you do on your product; they will help you improve it faster.
Why startups need coffee, by Paulina Hajdys
Good coffee is an often unspoken benefit and a companion to most things we do at work.
Your worst boss, by Karola Morawska
The first step of self-improvement is to recognize your symptoms.
How to recognize and solve organizational problems, by Ola Guła
All the issues your company might be undergoing can be fixed with the right methodology.
9 tools that help me be more efficient, by Ola Chalfen
When you’re assigned hundreds of tasks, being organized is a must. A few simple tools can help you.
Finding work–life balance at a startup, by Karola Morawska
We strive so much for some balance between our personal and professional life, but why?
How to avoid distractions when working from home, by Karola Morawska
Working remotely doesn’t make you efficient on its own, but there are a few healthy habits that can help.
Optimizing Rails deployment on Heroku, by Jan Dudek
Short feedback loops are crucial to every agile engineering team.
Building bots for Slack, by Matt Drozdzynski
Learn the principles of Slack bot design based on our lessons from building the @pilot bot.
Implementing baseline rhythm in CSS, by Jan Dudek
Vertical rhythm is a typographic concept that’s so often misunderstood by front-end engineers.
Handling organization crisis at growing companies, by Karola Morawska
As your company grows, it’s going to face several problems common to almost every other organization.
Designing bots for 2020, by Kamil Nicieja
Because the best way to predict the future of messaging bots is to invent it.
Storytelling for startups, by Karola Morawska
The most compelling way for startups to succeed is by having a great story.
Lessons learned from 50 user onboarding flows, by J. Michael Probert
Growing companies put tons of effort into their conversion funnel—but when a user decides to sign up, do they get the same white-glove service?
Lessons learned from building a product team, by Matt Drozdzynski
Building a product team is hard. Here’s our story to help you avoid the mistakes we’ve made.
The Chatbot Dilemma, by Kamil Nicieja
Is building a chatbot a reasonable choice for your business or you’re just following a trend?
Why messaging bots are perfect for early-stage startups, by Kamil Nicieja
Building a prototype? A messaging bot offers a few advantages over a full-blown app.
3 myths about Cucumber and Gherkin, by Kamil Nicieja
Understanding Cucumber will help you understand the domain of your business in a better way.
I have my MVP—now what?, by Matt Drozdzynski
You built something people want. Now figure out how to reach and serve those people.
Becoming a Better Manager, by Matt Drozdzynski
The lack of management is as bad, if not worse, than bad management.
How to get the most out of your remote team, by Staszek Kolarzowski
Working with a remote team is both easy and valuable when you have the right tools and processes.
How to hire remotely, by Staszek Kolarzowski
Hiring remote employees is a fast and easy process, but there are a few things you should know.
Why you should hire remote employees, by Staszek Kolarzowski
Hiring remotely can help accelerate your business, whether new or established, in a number of ways.
Start with a Minimum Viable Process, by Matt Drozdzynski
Processes should be designed like products—they need to solve a real problem and get adoption, or they die.
Hosting multiple Heroku apps on a single domain, by Matt Drozdzynski
How to share the same domain across multiple Heroku apps to avoid issues with cookies, CORS and ugly URLs.
Running asynchronous standups with Zapier and Asana, by Matt Drozdzynski
Staying in-sync with a distributed team is not easy. When your company spans many time zones, traditional management techniques often stop working.