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Myth #32: Success happens overnight

Written by UX Myths / Original link on Apr. 26, 2011

The Apple iPod instantly turned the MP3 player market upside down, right? Amazon changed the book selling business like a shot, didn’t it? Well, in fact they didn’t. No matter how it may seem from the outside. The fact is that it takes many years to be an overnight success even for internet entrepr…


I'm going nomad - introducing Nelmio

Written by Jordi Boggiano / Original link on Apr. 23, 2011

After almost three years working at Liip, I have finally decided to take the plunge and start my own business. Together with Pierre Spring, in early May we will start building up Nelmio. Why? To keep it short, Liip is a great company to be employed at - and they're hiring - but both Pierre and I ha…


I'm going nomad - introducing Nelmio

Written by Jordi Boggiano / Original link on Apr. 23, 2011

After almost three years working at Liip, I have finally decided to take the plunge and start my own business. Together with Pierre Spring, in early May we will start building up Nelmio. Why? To keep it short, Liip is a great company to be employed at - and they're hiring - but both Pierre and I ha…


Terminal (Bash) arguments tricks

Written by Jordi Boggiano / Original link on Apr. 13, 2011

Reading David DeSandro's last post on how to store strings in variables in terminal, or any bash-y shell (I'd say any unix shell but I'm sure there is a weird one out there that does things differently) for that matter, it struck me that many web developers seem to have a big disconnect with the sh…