The Y Project is both DeveloperMemory.com (my latest startup) and a series of posts covering various non-coding issues I encounter as I build out this startup.
In the sidebar you’ll see a poll of the current posts I’m may give the full Project Y treatment: be sure to vote for the one your most interested in!
Posts so far:
[dropcap1 variation=”red”]1[/dropcap1] Finding a great startup domain name – Oct. 19, 2011 – There’s thousands of advice posts on picking a domain name; In this post I’ll try to filter down to the few most important ideas, take a quick look at how the interaction between name and market focus work, and share 6 online tools that I found useful in my hunt for Project Y’s URL.
[dropcap1 variation=”red”]2[/dropcap1] Picking a VPS – or getting Rackspace for free! – Oct. 25, 2011 – Every web/mobile startup needs at least one VPS. Who are you going to pick? In this post, I do my due diligence – and then luck out.
[dropcap1 variation=”red”]3[/dropcap1] A prelaunch page for your startup – Nov. 3, 2011 – Startups can survive anything except obscurity, which is why you need to start building your audience and market for your startup before you start coding your killer disruptive app. One very effective approach is creating a prelaunch page for your startup. That’s what I’ve done today for Project Y – a.k.a DeveloperMemory.com. A good alternative approach: Your startup needs a pre-launch signup landing page.