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  • Blurred Lines

    Blurred Lines

    robots.thoughtbot.com 27 Aug '15, 12pm

    In order to design their iconic furniture, Charles and Ray Eames first created a new technique to mold wood, and then produced their own tools to enable this technique. Throughout the process, they were constantly learning more about the wood they were working with. How far could they...

  • Configure CircleCI for Go

    robots.thoughtbot.com 28 Aug '15, 10pm

    One of the things I love about CircleCI is how easy it is to get started with any language: just turn it on! But for working with Go, like with Travis CI , I find that a bit of customization creates an even better CI experience. For reference, here’s a complete circle.yml configuratio...

  • Create a Retention Curve with Mixpanel and Google Sheets

    robots.thoughtbot.com 23 Aug '15, 12am

    It could be said that an early-stage business has reached product/market fit when it has a trifecta of non-trivial new user growth, retention of those users, and meaningful use by those users “Non-trivial new user growth” and “meaningful use” typically mean something different per-pro...

  • What Not to Ask

    robots.thoughtbot.com 21 Aug '15, 1am

    Despite our best intentions, spending time developing software that people won’t use can be devastating to morale and to a product’s long-term viability. How can we stop wasting time on developing features (or whole products!) that won’t be used? How can your customers’ most painful p...

  • CSS Transitions and Transforms for Beginners

    robots.thoughtbot.com 24 Aug '15, 5pm

    Let’s start with CSS transitions. Transitions are the grease in the wheel of CSS transforms. Without a transition, an element being transformed would change abruptly from one state to another. By applying a transition you can control the change, making it smooth and gradual.

  • The team at Thoughtbot share their process for product design sprints

    The Product Design Sprint

    robots.thoughtbot.com 18 Aug '15, 7pm

    Participating in a Design Sprint orients the entire team and aims their efforts at hitting clearly defined goals. Sprints are useful starting points when kicking off a new feature, workflow, product, business or solving problems with an existing product.

  • Better Commit Messages with a .gitmessage Template

    robots.thoughtbot.com 06 Aug '15, 12am

    It can be tough for your team to know exactly why they need the changes you’re proposing in a pull request. What if we could give them more context? There’s an episode of The Weekly Iteration where a simple trick was mentioned. After adopting it myself, I have noticed my co-workers co...

  • Create a Retention Curve with Mixpanel and Google Sheets

    robots.thoughtbot.com 01 Jul '15, 12am

    It could be said that an early-stage business has reached product/market fit when it has a trifecta of non-trivial new user growth, retention of those users, and meaningful use by those users “Non-trivial new user growth” and “meaningful use” typically mean something different per-pro...

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