Monthly Archives: November 2009

Hallrank: Simplifying and Quantifying Market Research

While churning through startup ideas and moving some down the field, I find myself having countless decision points along the way. Decisions that are very market-dependent. I can often make a call, but some things I would ideally want input from my potential customers or trusted advisors. I wanted a way to poll individuals, making the process painless for them and capture the data in such a way that I could easily distill the answers …

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Django in the Triangle

Django in the Triangle

Jacob Kaplan-Moss recently wrote about the growing size of the Django community. It seems as though we are starting to feel some Django-related growing pains here in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park. Given recent developments on the Triangle Zope & Python User Group (TriZPUG) mailing list I thought I would take some time to discuss the current state of Django in the Triangle, who’s using it, and what is in the pipeline. Django’s growing popularity …

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