Berkeley Pizza: from pizza in the farmer's market to a sit-down restaurant. Another thing I love about The Lean Entrepreneur is how Brant and Patrick are treating their book like a startup. One example is in their marketing, which in today's environment requires providing value. This doesn't mean pointing to the product and describing the product's value, but rather the marketing provides value itself.
As part of their book campaign, Brant and Patrick have teamed …
…the user with six different categories: Cafe, All Cuisines, Dessert, Pizza, Sushi and Chinese. A search bar dominates the center of the design, allowing users to directly input whatever dish or restaurant they may be looking for.
To test this design, we asked users to tap where they'd go to discover the best sushi restaurants — with a small catch. We started on the "All Cuisines" page.
Here's what we found ( full report here ):
In setting up this test, …
from the posting:
The ideal candidate has extensive experience making pizza dough from scratch and is able to portion and toss the dough; possesses the ability to hand stretch the pizza (without using a rolling pin) and cook the pizza to order in a high temperature oven. The cook will also prep and maintain all food items necessary to make a variety of pizzas (toppings, sauces and related prep).
At least 2-4 years of experience working a high volume …
Evening - We will be throwing a Pizza & Beer party, followed by an evening of Ignite! events and presentations.rooms will also be available. (Please see the schedule for full details!)
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Breakfast
8:30 AM - 5:40 PM #2012 - 2
6:00 PM # ChefConf main event is over!
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday# ChefConf Workshop Sessions…
Well.. One official meeting and another Code School Beta.
Thursday, March 8th, 7 to 9 PM
Join us at Panino's Pizza in Downtown Orlando on Thursday, Feb 9th from 7pm to 9pm for our first meeting of the new year! We may hack together or try a Coding Dojo , like the Orlando : we pick a problem (usually from group Project Euler ), pick a language ( , duh), and discuss an implementation, then get to work!
Tuesday, March 13th, 6:30 to 10 PM
Join us at Panino's Pizza in Downtown Orlando for our first meeting of the new year! I thought we could try a Coding Dojo , like the Orlando : we pick a problem (usually from group Project Euler ), pick a language ( , duh), and discuss an implementation, then get to work! We work in pairs to practice pair programming , we write tests first to practice test-driven development , and we time-box each pair (usually …
…fun in our hacking evenings without grabbing something to eat. In first sessions, we ordered some Pizza, which was great but expensive. So, we decided to prepare something on our own. Before starting we usually go to a near supermarket and buy the ingredients. We already prepared ham and cheese sandwiches, hot-dogs, cheeseburgers and tapioca (a brazilian wrap made of manioc ).
, we've satisfied our requirements. But how to keep people motivated and participating on every session? …
And now:singing an ode to pizza to the tune ‘Imagine.' couldn't even make this up.
I'm gonna need a transcript of these lyrics so I can learn them and then sing this in karaoke. Thanks!
Herman Cain Pizza Jams
…If you haven't done this yet, don't miss the opportunity!
The3.1 will be at our office:
321 11th in SOMA
Saturday, July 23rd, 12pm to 5pm
Beer and Pizza will be provided! Make sure to let us know you're coming so we have enough food and we'll see you on Saturday.
See the official announcement
Hello Chefs! Once again, the folks at White Pages will host a Seattle area Chef users meetup, and we'd love to see you there! Opscode will be in attendance, and will also present a tour of features in the highly anticipated Chef 0.10 release.
Pizza and beverages will be provided by Opscode.
Wednesday, May 11th, 2011 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
1301 Fifth Ave, Suite 1600
Seattle, WA 98101
7:00pm - Meet, hang out and enjoy some pizza!