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Actual lessons from Kiko
5 great tips on how to build up a company.

A Spec-tacular Failure
Interesting in the sense that this shows how important it is to have proper software specifications

Is it smart to be buying or trading up when you are in a down market?
Very interesting graph that illustrates his argument.

Mr Angry’s rules for recruitment agencies dealing with contractors
Having been a contractor in the past, I can tell you these are some very good rules on how to recruite quality contractors.

The Return Policy – Friend of Foe?
The ups and downs of offering a no hassle money back guarantee.

Top 5 business maxims that need to go
Quick little read that has some good take-aways.

How To Run A Beta Test… Or Not?
The experience of someone who ran a beta test for his own company, the good and the bad.

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