When apps are about to launch the one question everyone has is less so the “How much should we charge for this thing?” and more frequently, “Should this be free or not?” But it doesn’t stop there! There’s paid, free, trial or freemium! Yes, selling your app is harder and confusing than you thought it was months ago, but let’s compare the two and see which is the lesser evil.
Diego Woitasen, on 12/8/15 2:27 PM
The average startup’s greatest struggle is locating startup funding. You have the idea, product, service and manpower, but when it comes to collecting the cash to push your project to market you need a little help and a lot of patience.
We’ve compiled a few conventional and unconventional (yet, increasingly popular) ways to get you that dough you need to get your startup off the ground.
Diego Woitasen, on 11/24/15 12:30 PM
Being rejected from the App store doesn’t mean it’s the end, but it does mean you should re-evaluate what you’ve previously created. Check out some of the reasons your app may have been rejected – it may just be that you need to make some easy changes or start back at square one – but we doubt the latter. Take a peak!
Some of your favorite brands began as startup success stories. It’s not about how much money you have, but the product you pitch. Check out some of the most successful companies and their journeys to becoming the giants they are today.
Salt recipes and Multi Operating System support is something that we should have in mind. Here at Diamond we use SaltStack to provision our environments automatically. All of them are set up using recipes starting from the developer’s desktop, using Vagrant+Salt, up to QA or production if the application is running in our infrastructure.
As a software development company, one of the challenges the DevOps team faces is when an application runs on client premises. Different clients, different infrastructures and sometimes different operating systems (We develop under Linux, so different distributions can be more precise). Configuration management services offer tools to sort out this issue, and recipes in Salt is no exception.