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Tech Startups: How to Outsource

May 2013 Blogged by Allan Tan

Tech Startups: How to Outsource

Many tech startups are against outsourcing startup products because they failed to understand the dynamics of working with third-party providers. But the truth is that outsourcing product development work is the best strategy you can make… if done right.

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Improve Java Web Development Server Startup Time

August 2009 Blogged by Jaycobb Cruz

Improve Java Web Development Server Startup Time

When developing an application in a web server environment, the ease of use and startup time of the application are crucial elements for best performance. Due to this, the Hot Code Replace (HCR) debugging technique was developed to “facilitate experimental development and to foster iterative trial-and-error coding,” effectively improving…

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Green means Growth

June 2008 Blogged by Allan Tan

Green means Growth

Green means “growth“. This is why we chose green as our new corporate color. However, what does it really mean?

Growth is an opportunity and, at the same time, a challenge. It means more people and projects to manage. It also means more income (and more expenses). Growth should always be handled with care… too much growth can put your organization out of…

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A New Home!

May 2008 Blogged by Nicole Rivers

A New Home!

We now have a new home – bigger and bolder. We moved to our new office space last weekend. The move was fun, but painful… Our new space houses all the facilities we need, such as workstations and meeting rooms. Everything is perfect… well.. almost… Our Internet provider did not deliver their promise of weekend-line transfer.

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Freedom Over Security

November 2006 Blogged by Allan Tan

It’s been quite a personal struggle for me to choose between freedom against security. Freedom pushes me hard to be creative and explore the unknown but the risk is high. If none of the creativity works, failure is immediate. On the other hand, security reduces risk of failure as financial income is consistent. I’ve tried […]

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Building Something out of Nothing

May 2006 Blogged by Allan Tan

I started the vision of my first lame attempt to build the next generation software last 2004, after 7 years of getting bored from corporate pressure of delivering enterprise application. I realized that working hard for 12-16 hours a day does not fulfill my needs. So to start off, I did some consulting for a […]

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