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  • Marketing for App Launch: DOs, DON’Ts, and Strategies for Success

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    If an app lands in the App Store and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?   Unsurprisingly, would-be app entrepreneurs are largely focused on the process of mobile app development. When they imagine the build and release of their glorious app, they think about conceptualizing, researching,...

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  • Closing Out Our Award-Winning 2017, Distillery Joins the Entrepreneur 360TM

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    Distillery 2017 was a fairly massive year for Distillery. What will 2018 bring?   We promise we won’t let it go to our heads. But we can’t promise that we won’t — at least occasionally — wander over to our newly expanded awards display to ever so slightly bask in all that glorious gold, silver, and...

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  • Moving from RubyMine to Atom: Is It Worth the Effort?

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    Introduction It’s pretty hard to find a topic more popular and more frequently discussed among programmers than the process of choosing a text editor. I’m not here to participate in that discussion, because it always ends up with everyone defending their own interests. Instead, I’m here to explain...

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  • The Top Web Development Trends of 2017

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    As a custom software & web development firm dedicated to helping our clients stay one step ahead of the competition, we wanted to share with you some of the most noticeable trends that affected our development processes in 2017. Here are the top five trends we felt deserved...

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  • What Makes a Good Developer? A Manager’s POV.

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    There are a lot of high-achieving, brilliant-minded developers at Distillery. My duty as a project manager is to improve my skills and theirs, thereby helping them achieve amazing results that make both them — and our clients — look good. Unfortunately, in my experience, not all dev teams know how to significantly increase...

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