Month: July 2012

The Ruby Freelancer’s Show 021 – Can You be “Agile” as a Freelancer?

Panel Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Summer Camp) Eric Davis (twitter github blog) Evan Light (twitter github blog) Jeff Schoolcraft (twitter github blog) Discussion Working in teams Client interaction Trying new techniques “Hurry up and wait” Freelance development is an experiment. Influence on/working parallel with development teams. “Agile is not really defined” Adaptation to change Pivotal Tracker Showing regular…

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The Ruby Freelancers Show 020 – Get Clients Now! with C.J. Hayden

Panel C. J. Hayden (twitter getclientsnow.com) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Summer Camp) Eric Davis (twitter github blog) Evan Light (twitter github blog) Jeff Schoolcraft (twitter github blog) Discussion Following Up Keeping the Pipeline Full Use the book as a coach. Work with the book. Advantages of one-on-one coaching. Benevolent Peer Pressure Getting Things Done by David Allen Socratic Questioning…

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The Ruby Freelancers Show 019 – Branding

Panel Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Summer Camp) Eric Davis (twitter github blog) Jeff Schoolcraft (twitter github blog) Discussion Businesses need a brand Easier to talk about, than to build How to name your business vs. building a brand “Real words and interesting” “Not-real words and compelling” Igor Naming Guide Dictionaries of uncommon words SEO Phonetic ambiguity…

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