The module design pattern is a particularly popular design pattern used inthese days. The main reasons for its use are: "Private" variables via closure imports A simple example of a module design pattern implementation looks like this: (...)
Fortunately, that's the case here — after all, Jason and Know Your Company ) "Is there anywhere we've been all talk and no action?"used to answer all those emails themselves, so it was familiar territory. Shortly after 's talk, Jason asked everyone (via
The earful he received from the support team was what it took to finally get "Everyone on Ann hopped on the case and assigned everyone in the company …" implemented.
…it. The publisher showed the cover to bookseller buyers any they didn't like it. All the while, Jason andkept pushing my cover design.
After a few tweaks and some uncertainty we had a cover for REMOTE . I'm honored that Jason and David advocated for my design. Thanks tofor going with the cover.
Pick up a copy of REMOTE if you don't have it yet. I designed the cover.
Happily, there are many ways to productize your relationships with customers or your expertise as a consultant.
[ Patrick notes : The transcript below has my commentary inserted like this, as usual.]
What you'll learn in this podcast:
Why having multiple packaging options (for example, …
One of my favorite conferences every year is Microconf , because it focuses on small software businesses, which is where my heart and soul is businesswise. I know a lot of folks can't justify a trip out to (though you should really come in 2014 if you possibly can — 2013 is only a few days from me posting this and already quite sold out), so I always ask and (the organizers) for a copy of my video so I can produce a transcript and put it online. My 2012 talk …
1:00 Hey everybody! Today we have 37signals' David Heinemeier Hansson!
3:20 Launchedu.co conference information, email email@example.com with questions
4:00 Sourcebits, begin your mobile app development journey
5:28 Sharefile, secure file transfer, built for business - use promo code TWIST for 30-day free
8:00 What's gone on in the last three years?
…the site, so the margin is almost 100% profit. A perfect lifestyle business and the mailing list of customers that I'm building up is invaluable for marketing my other projects such as the monthly Consulting Masterclass and my new book about consulting .
Really proves out the value of selling your byproducts ! (Thanks Jason and for popularizing the concept!)
Thanks to Jason, David, and all of my coworkers at 37signals. I've learned an immense amount in the past year from everyone about how to make products that we are proud of. Thanks for answering my questions, being patient, and taking time out of your day to help me out.
Thanks to those who toil away at open source thanklessly and tirelessly. Your work does not go unnoticed. Thanks to those who work hard behind the scenes to make the impossible possible for thousands of open source consumers. …
Sean, Jason, George, Alex, Stephen, Todd. All of these guys played a big role in shaping our culture and success. They've each followed their own path, and moved on to work in other cities, at other firms, or different industries. The door is always open for anyone who's worked with us, and we enjoy hanging with them and sharing stories and memories from time to time. I hope that never changes.
After three years of sharing a design studio, and seven years …
…app. A few months later when I noticed he was looking for guests for an upcoming episode 297 and getting me and my app in front of 100,000 people. Hopefully I'll have more stories like this closer to launch.Jason episode I volunteered and reminded him about the exchange last year. This lead me to being on
After 4-5 weeks of doing this, I'll choose whichever journalist seems to be the most relevant and offer them an exclusive for a story on the launch. Again it's …