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Recommended content for agile startups and entrepreneurs - March 2015 edition

Our recommended sources of information and education for startups, entrepreneurs, or anybody who works with them.

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How to use Story Points to Estimate a Web Application Minimum Viable Product

A user story is a concise description of functionality valuable to a user. Once Points are estimated for each, a ballpark budget may be computed.

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Project Roadmaps can Manage Uncertainty in Startups' Web Applications

How to communicate about realistic budgets and a timeframes because success requires clear communication on Estimates, Targets, and Commitments.

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Get the Current Year in the Ruby programming language

'' gets the current year in Ruby, but there are other options in the standard library.

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Two new videos! How a Ruby on Rails developer can help prevent a Data Breach

Videos of the data breaches and Ruby on Rails are now up on YouTube! Level up on your security knowledge because good software security needs to be a moral stance!

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Learn how Upworthy scaled a Ruby on Rails application to serve massive traffic

Upworthy's backend is built on Ruby on Rails with an effective use of the Fastly CDN to deliver very high performance at scale.

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Avoid thrashing to release your project on time and budget

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Joe Moore has Pair Programmed for 27,000 Hours

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My new tenkeyless Code Keyboard!

The Code Keyboard Kenkeyless (87-key without a Number Pad) with Cherry MX Green is a great programmers' keyboard.

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John Saddington and Obie Fernandez at the Atlanta Ruby Users' Group

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